Friday, 2 March 2018

'Nothing is permanent in life', Wenger says as Carragher calls on Arsenal board to confirm his departure after Man City defeat

Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger has declared that nothing is permanent in life after watching his side beaten again by Manchester City in the Premier League.

Arsenal recorded a third straight loss on Thursday when Pep Guardiola’s men whipped them 3-0 in the Premier League leaving them 10 point behind Tottenham in fourth place.

Sub-zero temperatures and the apathy caused by Arsenal’s display at Wembley on Sunday saw thousands of seats go unoccupied at the Emirates.

The lines around the pitch were painted blue ahead of kick-off in case an expected snow shower covered the field.

Speaking to reporters after the match, Wenger said, “I am confident that nothing is permanent in life.

“It is down to how you respond and the focus and effort you show to turn things around.

“Do you want the fans to be happy when you are 3-0 down? I am surprised you are surprised.

“It was combination of the weather conditions and the fact we had a big disappointment on Sunday.”

Meanwhile, former Liverpool defender, Jamie Carragher, has called on Arsenal to end the uncertainty surrounding Arsene Wenger’s future, by announcing his departure now.

Speaking on Sky Sports after the Gunners were beaten 3-0 by Manchester City on Thursday, Carragher feels it is the only way Wenger will get the send-off he deserves.

Wenger’s men were booed off by a half-empty Emirates Stadium at half and full time and Carragher feels the club has to take immediate action.

“I think tonight was nothing about what was happening on the pitch.

“I think last season there were scenes at this club and there was anger among supporters. There were marches against Arsene Wenger which I thought were a disgrace. I don’t like that.

“But I think tonight was worse.

“They (the fans) aren’t actually interested. They haven’t turned up. I’m not having a go at them for not coming, because I can understand.

“There were a few boos at the end but it wasn’t like it was last season. That was anger. Now it’s almost resignation. They’re just waiting for the manager to go,” he said.

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