Arsene Wenger 'Coming To The End' Of His Time With Arsenal

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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has risked inflaming tensions with an already restless supporter base by urging fans to be more like those of bitter rival Tottenham Hotspur.

"I felt he was not completely confident technically today", Wenger said.

"Until we led we created some very good chances", Wenger said.

In the 2014 Champions League round of 16 first leg Ozil missed a penalty at 0-0 and greatly struggled in the aftermath as Bayern went on to win 2-0.

That may happen again but Wenger said on signing his current deal he expected to challenge and eventually win the title, which seems far from happening.

After consecutive losses in the premier League, Arsenal moved into third place for the moment - nine points behind Chelsea, which visits Burnley on Sunday. "Despite his great job with the north Londeners, I am now unsure whether it is good decision for the club or not", he said talkSPORT.

The Gunners will host Hull City on Saturday and they hope to break their negative streak - back to back defeats against Watford and Chelsea.

"We play the first game away from home - so it's important that we protect as well the second game". Eventually he was replaced by returning Mohamed Elneny.

One issue clouding all this is that Wenger is said to be capable of "moodiness" in this regard, with his outlook at this point nearly completely influenced by the latest results. The Hull City captain will be a big miss but the Tigers showed they can cope without him after an impressive performance against the Reds.

"We're playing against a great team", said Silva, who will be without injured key players Michael Dawson (calf) and Abel Hernandez (hamstring).

Arsenal overcame a 10-man Hull City side by two goals at the Emirates.

Wenger's side lacked attacking goal against the Premier League leaders and Welbeck showed his qualities as a substitute.

Of the four mentioned, Allegri is the only one to have won titles in one of Europe's top leagues, and bringing in someone who can guide them to top spot in the Premier League must be the Gunners' ambition if Wenger leaves.

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