Arsène Wenger Concedes Trophy Hopes After Bayern Munich Defeat: The Nightly EPL
Depending whether you prefer to read BBC Sport or The Guardian, Arsene Wenger’s outlook for his club’s chances of qualifying for the next round of the UEFA Champions League either looks dead and buried or there’s still hope. The Guardian leads with a headline (see below) that says Wenger concedes trophy hopes after Bayern defeat, while BBC Sport writes that Wenger retains hope.
While Arsenal are not mathematically eliminated from the UEFA Champions League, it was another disappointing performance from the Gunners. Wenger was unwilling to make changes early in the match. And his tactic of playing Theo Walcott up front by himself looked particularly silly given the height and strength of the Bayern Munich defense.
The question for Arsenal fans is when will your patience run out? What has to happen in order for Wenger to be forced out (or upstairs)? How bad does it have to get before someone else, who would be able to get Arsenal back to winning silverware, gets a chance to replace Wenger? Share your opinions in the comments section below.
Here are tonight’s Premier League news headlines:
- Arsène Wenger concedes trophy hopes after Bayern Munich defeat — The Guardian
- Arsene Wenger retains Arsenal Champions League hope — BBC Sport
- Kevin Keegan evokes infamous rant against Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson — The Mail
- Well-grooved Bayern highlight Arsenal’s deficit of true quality — The Guardian
- Paulo Di Canio is too high maintenance for the Premier League — The Mail
- Jack Wilshere shines in Arsenal’s collision with the Bayern juggernaut — The Guardian
- Lady Bracewell-Smith slams Stan’s silent treatment of Arsenal fans — The Mail
- Arsenal shouldn’t have even won the corner kick they scored from v Bayern Munich — 101GG
- Manchester City’s Vincent Kompany poised to return against Chelsea — The Guardian
- Manchester City chief executive Ferran Soriano at centre of Barcelona spying row — The Telegraph
- Roma ‘prepare £4.5m offer’ to tempt Roberto Mancini back to Serie A — The Independent
- Bradford players to wear embroidered tracksuits in honour of 56 who died in fire — The Telegraph
- Benitez has admitted he would be interested in becoming Spain boss at some point — Sky Sports
- Liverpool can overturn Zenit’s lead, says José Enrique — The Guardian
- Stoke City: Brek Shea in the frame for Premier League debut against Fulham — This Is Staffordshire
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