Wenger admits Premier League title is Chelsea's to lose
Feb 12 2017 by Dustin Murphy
The German's form has been called into question at times throughout the season and that has only intensified after an abject performance in the defeat at Chelsea last weekend.
Two consecutive defeats look to have all but ended the Gunners' Premier League title hopes and have brought on another wave of the fan unrest that has plagued the Emirates Stadium in recent years.
"So that means it's possible".
"You have to be good at training all the time", he continued.
"When you don't win the game we analyse together why we don't win, it's important to get clarity about what happened and rectify what didn't work". "I think 30% should be leaving the club".
Now at Monaco, Jardim could be set to win Ligue 1 and prevent Paris Saint-Germain from winning a fifth consecutive title-his team are three points clear and have scored 70 goals in 24 games. "It takes self-management, self-discipline in the group".
"There is a lot of speculation surrounding Arsene".
"They have won a few FA Cups but now they have set the bar high so I think the league is the one now they want to win and even the European Cup". "Does he have to change his tactics or his way of doing things?" I've no pretence to know where I could go one day.
"But the work he has to do at the moment is hard, because it is mental work. For now, something is missing".
"It is never over", Arsenal's manager Wenger told a news conference on Thursday.
"I don't want to come out on that because it is hard enough to keep some things internal", he said.
"It's not me at stake, it's Arsenal Football Club and the season of Arsenal Football Club which is at stake", he said. If I say no, I lie.
Nevertheless, from bursting runs from deep and carrying the ball to the final third or showing his strength and battling against his rivals, it was a really solid performance from the England global who will hope to keep his place in the side moving forward. I'm trying to become a coach.
"When you don't win you can not say that all is well". The craft is too hard.
Theo Walcott was virtually anonymous at Stamford Bridge so I wouldn't be surprised to see him drop out with Oxlade-Chamberlain starting from the wing.