Outgoing Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger is not happy to bid farewell to the club he has managed since October 1996 without taking them to the Europa League final. Wengers exit could have been applaudable had Arsenal not lost 2-1 on aggregate to Atltico Madrid in the Europa League semifinals on Thursday. The longest serving manager […]The post Arsene Wenger unhappy leaving Arsenal appeared first on The Herald Nigeria Newspaper.
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Arsenal travel to the Spanish capital to take on giants Atletico Madrid tonight, but what do we have to do to achieve what many pundits and fans alike are ruling out? In 2006, Arsenal went to Madrid´s Iconic Bernabeu Stadium unfancied and looking on their way out against a colourful Real Madrid team. That time […]
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Arsenal take on Atletico Madrid for a place in the Europa League final. Arsene Wenger is aiming to keep alive his dream of ending his Arsenal tenure with a European trophy. The scores are level at 1-1 after an enthralling game at the Emirates which saw Atleti rescue a result having been reduced to 10-men for the majority. Antoine Greizmann’s late goal has put the tie heavily in their favour. The Gunners now must score at least once to go through, but winning in Spain would come as a surprise – Arsenal have lost every Premier League away games in 2018. Fortunately, Wenger’s side have no fresh injury concerns ahead of the game. Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Alex Iwobi could feature. The hosts have Diego Costa available. The former Chelsea hitman was an unused substitute for the first-leg after sustaining an injury. Gooners, what are your predictions? Let us know in the comments…
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