Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger anxious after Crystal Palace defeat

Arsenal have lost in embarrassing fashion again.

That was Arsene Wenger's first major error on the night. It was all sideways passing, very ponderous and quite frankly boring.

"I just think from top to bottom this club is not right; the talk of Wenger staying or going and the contracts of Sanchez and Ozil". Apparently young Hector, he with the ponytail affectation, was upset by this. Is that the type of man you want to bring your daughter home?

"I don't think the fans are split".

However, Palace were perhaps grateful that the error-ridden defender remained on the pitch as his inept positioning gifted them the opening goal. How many more humiliation trophies will he collect before finally gives up the ghost?

"It is hard for me to comment from the outside what is happening with Arsenal".

That offer is likely to be in the region of £30million but could go higher if Arsenal and Spurs get involved in a battle for the player's signature in the summer. Not anymore, not this Arsene-al; things have changed.

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"Honestly, I am disappointed", Wenger told a news conference. In the last 20 consecutive seasons, they have finished in top four. Well, not in my name, nor with my money he wont.

The Gunners suffered a humiliating 3-0 loss on Monday night, leaving hopes of booking a place in the UEFA Champions League next season in tatters. However it's a long time ago and there's no sign of any improvement.

"I'm serious. They bottle it, they're cowards, they duck out of challenges".

Arsenal supporters protested against Wenger in large numbers at Palace in what appeared to be a turning point.

And the fixture list pile-up could become worse if Arsenal beat Manchester City in the FA Cup at Wembley and progress to the final on Saturday, May 27. My late father, who stood on the North Bank before WW2, took me; he has a memorial stone on the North Bank Terrace.

"It was more painful for us to lose this game in the way we lost it". Its time for a change, but do those at the top understand that? But Arsenal are different.

"We thought we had got out of this little patch and hopefully we haven't been dragged straight back into it. Judging on that performance, it looks like we have". We played with a desire to win the game tonight, with a very offensive team because we knew we had to score goals.

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