Arsenal and Wenger repeating history in Champions League knockouts
Feb 17 2017 by Joanne Wise
In the process, Arsenal has become the first English team to concede 200 goals in the Champions League.
But when his most loyal supporters such as former goalkeeping coach Bob Wilson and the man between the posts during Arsenal's 1970/1 "Double" season, say even Wenger "can only take so much", perhaps the writing is on more than just a sticker.
Arsenal's failings against Bayern were mostly their own doing, with the Gunners giving the ball away under pressure and the German champions taking full advantage.
It was a surprise to many when the 27-year-old full back, who isn't a regular starter for the Gunners, was handed the armband by Laurent Koscielny after the Frenchman was forced off with injury early in the second-half. With fans grumbling about the lack of spark, Ancelotti said Saturday's win gave them the boost needed to take on Arsenal.
Wenger will face the press on Tuesday evening and is expected to "respond to speculation that Mesut Ozil's place in the team is at risk after admitting the club's record signing is low on confidence", says the paper.
ARSENE WENGER'S future at Arsenal is uncertain, but who are the Arsenal bigwigs who could pull the trigger? "But I feel that this is a good opportunity". "They were outclassed, outplayed".
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"This is 20 years of work here". I can't ever say I'd like to see him go; he's nearly my football father. This is a massive low point for him.
"He has accumulated a team that isn't good enough to win the Premier League and is nowhere near good enough to win the Champions League, so something has to change".
On paper, PSG had no chance of beating a Barcelona side boasting the best front three in the world, not to mention Andres Iniesta and Sergio Busquets ticking things over in midfield.
Wenger has been in charge of Arsenal since 1996, but Cross has indicated he is now ready to "make a clean break from the club". "So for him I was also especially happy". Some fans were also singing "Where's our manager?" and as they did I looked down and realised I could not see him because he was sitting down. Tellingly, a number of Wenger's former players were all left stunned by the abject nature of the performance at the Allianz Arena, with the likes of Martin Keown and Lee Dixon joining Ian Wright in questioning whether Wenger should continue.
On their day, the Gunners can fire down the very best, as evidenced when they beat Chelsea 3-0 earlier in the season. "I think Arsene has a lot of experience, the experience to manage this moment, this result and look forward to the next game".
"It's been too many years of young players developing and waiting - where is that trophy?"