This has been going on for too long now…
Arsenal capitulated against Swansea City at the weekend, following a similar collapse against Anderlecht midweek.
The Gunners’ players don’t seem to be completely at fault either, with their poor form not being helped by some dodgy decisions by Arsene Wenger.
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Here are five reasons the manager is at fault for the goings on at the Emirates…
No team spirit
The Gunners surrendered three goal and one goal leads in the space of five days. This does not speak well of the fight or spirit in the changing room.
It has long been a problem for Arsenal, and seems to be one that Wenger cannot fix. A new manager will be needed to instill some steel into the team.