Ian Wright hits out at Arsene Wenger: He's demoralising this Arsenal player

Rachel Hardy
February 13, 2017

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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. (Then Chelsea manager Jose) Mourinho called him a "specialist in failure".

After falling to two defeats in the space of five days last week, it was a much-needed victory for Arsene Wenger's side.

"But we have to fight like mad to come back and fight against the teams around us". When you don't win you can not as well say that all is well. You have to analyse that something is not right. "It is our job to find where and to have a strong united response". "I try not to look at the media as such but nowadays social media is everywhere and everyone dabbles in it and without trying to see something, it will pop up somewhere".

"We absolutely have to be united or we have no chance to do it. It's hard of course but I think we have enough quality to do it".

But rival fans didn't see the amusing side.

Arsenal started the game with great character and a positive attitude, despite any speculations surrounding Wenger's future after the last two defeats against Watford and Chelsea.

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Arsenal have scored at least 2 goals in 12 of their last 13 matches against Hull in all competitions.

"I don't know what Arsenal are going to do, but they have to win trophies again". City were in the game before the goal and they were in at after but they were just missing the talent that Arsenal had in front of goal.

Is Wenger approaching the end of his Arsenal reign?

Ralph Hasenhuttl has enjoyed a lot of success as manager but it has been mostly in the lower divisions. They all come to England. We have to prepare well to face a Hull team with more confidence than when we played them, so we have to prepare well.

Asked if this was the hardest season to finish in the top four, he replied: "I'll tell you at the end of the season".

Arsenal are going to have to significantly sharpen up to claim a win off them, especially as Hector Bellerin is expected to miss out.

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