Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger continues to be a target of criticism from Gunners fans after he decided not to make any outfield signings in the transfer window.
Former Manchester United player, turned Sky Sports pundit, Gary Neville has been among Wenger’s critics, claiming that the Gunners must change their personality to win the Premier League title.
The French manager caught wind of these comments and fired back at Neville, as the Daily Star reports.
“Opinions for me have to be documented. We won the cup last year. You don’t win the (FA) cup unless you are mentally strong, believe me. That’s why I don’t agree with that,” Wenger said.
Although Arsenal have won the last two FA Cups, they have not won a Premier League championship since 2004 – the season that they stayed unbeaten.
The Gunners have finished in the top four in each of those seasons since, but Wenger will have to prove that not acting on a large budget was the right move.
Arsenal are still looking to establish a scoring attack, with the team still waiting for Theo Walcott to break out and hoping to see Olivier Giroud overcome his inconsistent play.
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