Silva warns Hull to stay focused ahead of Arsenal test
- Author: Julie Sanders Feb 11, 2017,
Feb 11, 2017, 14:57
A number of Arsenal fans have called for Wenger to be axed after the season collapse they have endured in the second-half.
Arsenal host Hull in the early kick off on Saturday lunchtime and we've got betting tips and predictions for the 12:30 kick off. You just feel that he looks winded.
"It's not me at stake, it's the season of Arsenal that is at stake". We woke up a bit late, conceded two quick goals and it was hard to come back.
On Tom Huddlestone: "I'm really happy with him".
"The players have let him down badly".
They will need to ensure they don't make a similarly slow start as they did against Watford and find themselves with an uphill task. "He has been so faithful to his team, it has been misplaced". The 67-year-old Wenger has been in charge of Arsenal since 1996 and has a win ratio of 57.4% for the London club.
Right now, Arsenal only have a tenuous grasp on the title race in the Premier League. Alexis Sanchez leads the first goalscorer betting at 11/4, closely followed by Olivier Giroud at 3/1, while Abel Hernandez, Dieumerci Mbokani and Oumar Niasse are tied at 12/1 apiece at the head of the visitors' side of the market.
Ian Wright however explained that he spoke with Wenger on Thursday, February 7, 2017, claiming the former Nagoya Grampus 8 coach would dump the Gunners at the end of the current campaign.
Arsenal have won seven of their last eight Premier League meetings with Hull and although the Tigers have enjoyed an upturn in fortunes under manager Marco Silva, you can envisage one outcome here.
"The blame culture is part of the perception of people, but what is important is that we have a good opportunity to show that we are a united strong unit and that we bounce back". His name should be familiar to gunners fans, seeing as it was he who orchestrated their Round of 16 Champions League elimination three seasons ago.
We want to maintain our Premier League status and we know it is going to be a big job.