06 March, 2018
Former Leeds United head coach Uwe Rosler believes the Arsenal players need to stop hiding behind Arsene Wenger and find the right solutions for their poor form. Until now I've managed to do it. Meanwhile, Wenger is in the firing line, and while it's understandable as he's responsible for what happens on the pitch, it seems a shame that a club like Arsenal, that has prided itself on its desire to do things the right way, is behaving in such a cowardly way. "At the moment my future is not my main worry".
Arsenal captain Laurent Koscielny has revealed the mood around the dressing room following the Gunners' loss to Brighton & Hove Albion, away from home. We know we are in a bad situation a bad period. "In many ways, he revolutionised what English football is when he arrived in his country and he has always conducted himself with great elegance and grace and his teams have been fantastic to watch but you can't really say that anymore".
"We are talking about shall he quit or not - I can never say that", Henry explained.
Yet even with some of his own fans calling for the Frenchman to step down at the Amex Stadium, Wenger remained confident in his own ability to reverse their slump. We need to recover physically first.
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Bayern went behind in the first period before second-half goals from Sandro Wagner and Robert Lewandowski . Lewandowski also turned provider for Coman to double the advantage.
Brought in to inspire Arsenal to challenge for a top-four spot in the Premier League, Henrik Mkhitaryan has failed to ease the pressure on under-fire manager Arsene Wenger since his arrival. "We have to be realistic". We need two teams to collapse [in the Premier League].
It has often been said about Arsenal over the last number of years that on their day they're a match for anyone.
That stark contrast in form showed early on as Brighton took the lead from a run of the mill corner, Petr Cech far too easily beaten in the air by Shane Duffy, who headed back across goal for Dunk to slam in the opener.
And the second goal didn't see the Czech Republic keeper cover himself in glory either as Brighton forward Glenn Murray headed the ball under his body in the 37th minute to double the hosts' advantage.
Only Bournemouth and Everton have rescued more points from a losing position than Arsenal this season and the Gunners hinted at a comeback as Aubameyang deftly flicked Granit Xhaka's pass beyond Brighton stopper Mathew Ryan.