The reason why Arsenal lost?

//The reason why Arsenal lost?

The reason why Arsenal lost?

While the accusing finger is being pointed at David Ospina for inexplicably dropping the ball over the goal-line for one of Olympiakos's goal, I'm squaring the blame at Wenger.

After 2 defeats, Wenger is right to say: 'we are not out of it'. In typical Arsenal style, the Gunners have made it tough for themselves. Now in-form Bayern Munich have to be put to the sword and there is no room for error against Zagreb at home and Olympiakos away.

So why am I saying Wenger is to blame? Well, in the post-match interviews after the Zagreb defeat, the Arsenal boss was making it sound like beating the Croatian champions would be easy at The Emirates. I'm guessing that he thought the Greeks would be equally easy.

I just think Wenger has underestimated the 'minnows', and now Arsenal face an uphill struggle to qualify for the knock-out stages.

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By | 2015-09-30T04:27:00+00:00 September 30th, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments

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