Arsenal legend Ian Wright has asked that long time manager of the club Arsene Wenger exit the Emirates Stadium.
The retired player turned top pundit claims that the club are in a crisis from top to bottom so the Frenchman should leave for it to be sorted out.
Arsenal suffered a second straight defeat in the Premier League on Sunday as Liverpool tore them apart at Anfield 4-0. This is a season where the Gunners’ fans were hopeful that things could change and that their Europa League involvement would help them push more for the Premier League as they relegate European football for now.
The club has not won the title since 2004 and it seems this would not change anytime soon.
“It’s an absolute nightmare,” Wright said. The legend, who scored 128 goals for Arsenal, says Wenger needs to go as he does not believe in him anymore.
“Do I think he should go? I’d like him to go because I do not believe now he can motivate the players. It’s for himself and for his own sanity…..That team has not played for Wenger for years.” Continue reading IAN WRIGHT: WENGER SHOULD LEAVE ARSENAL
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp waltzed into the team with much fanfare.
In the later part of his first season, he built up so much expectation at Anfield. He helped the Reds
dream again after too many disappointments. However the dream is yet to turn into silverware, till date.
The Liverpool squad needs more spine as they are decent to an extent. A strong defender who is actually good would be helpful. A holding midfielder, who would allow the playmaker push forward, is essential and then a consistent proven striker to finish off the moves.
Most of the players are injury prone. This played a large part in killing off the momentum last season. The inconsistencies the team showed this season ended is laughable. They can defeat the league leaders away then lose to the small boys at home in the following game.
With Dominic Solanke set to join the team, Klopp needs to look for more. More! Continue reading WHAT KLOPP NEEDS TO DO
Liverpool FC continued their brilliant form against the top six in the Premier League with their 3-1 victory over Arsenal on Saturday.
Goals from Brazilian forward Roberto Firmino, Senegal international Sadio Mane and summer signing Georginio Wijnaldum ensured the Reds returned to the top four.
The win ensures Jurgen Klopp’s men did the double over Coach Arsene Wenger and his boys – considering that they humbled them at the start of the campaign. However, it also questions the level of inconsistency of the team, considering that the same team crumbled when they face Leicester City.
Wenger had to make difficult calls ahead and during the clash. He left out his best player Alexis Sanchez – and there have been reports of an altercation between both parties. He was clueless on how to manage Liverpool’s dominance in the first half of the game. When the Chile international joined in the second half, he brought the much-needed spark in the attack and he was obviously involved in the only goal the Gunners scored.
“It was one of the best games we have played so far because of the strength of our opponent. We did really well. We had hard words after the defeat at Leicester. We analyzed it and that wasn’t enjoyable. We had another opportunity and we took it today. It’s the rollercoaster of the Premier League,” Klopp said after the game. Continue reading LIVERPOOL CONTINUE TOP SIX BRILLIANT FORM
For the support the fans of the Merseyside club has shown him so far, Robert Firmino has said he would repay them by making sure he wins a silverware for them to celebrate, come next season.
Wednesday night saw the fans of the Liverpool club at the Riverside stadium echo the chant ‘Bobby Firmino’ and the former Hoffenheim man has given them thumbs up for that.
Firmino has been a major agent to Liverpool’s flight to the top of the table, and he has attributed this to the vocal support which the fans have given him, calling it a source of inspiration for him.
The Brazilian attacker says he loves it when the fans call his name. Speaking to the official Liverpool FC Magazine, Firmino said:
“I love hearing the fans calling my name and at the moment they are calling me Bobby Firmino.
“It is exciting when they are shouting your name and singing for you.
“That is a sign that we are doing something well and also a sign that they love what you are contributing for the team and an indicator of their overall support for the team.” Continue reading FIRMINO TO REPAY FANS SUPPORT WITH SILVERWARE
Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius has revealed that it was manager Jurgen Klopp who convinced of the move to the Premier League outfit.
The German was signed from Schalke in the summer for around £5 million. He needs no introduction to the Premier League after having been part of the Manchester City youth team for a couple of years before moving onto Germany. Fans would not have imaginedKarius being first-team player given his significantly lower transfer fee. However, he has been able to quietly replace Simon Mignolet from the starting line-up in the last few weeks.
Karius has certainly rewarded the faith shown by the manager and it may take a serious blunder in order to drop him right now. One of the reasons for Klopp showing a lot of faith in the goalkeeper was because he knew him from his time in German football with Borussia Dortmund. It is clear that Klopp has been tracking the 23-year-old for some time now. Continue reading Karius Speaks about How Klopp was Influential in Liverpool Move
Steven Gerrard might have left Liverpool and moved on to play the Major League Soccer in America, but, he still feels gutted about the fact that he slipped during the Chelsea game in April last year and missed out on winning his maiden Premier League.
Gerrard had an illustrious career playing at the top level in his country for one and half decades and he won everything in that time period apart from Premier League.
That dream of his could have been fulfilled in 2013-14 if Liverpool had managed a draw and a couple of wins in their last three games.
They were dominating everyone at that point of time and were leading the table.
Everyone was backing them to be going to bag at least one point versus Chelsea and then, beat the two minnows thereafter to seal the title.
But, the fate was not going to have it that way.
Gerrard who had had such a great season, that one, as a player and as a leader, became the reason of his team losing the way versus Chelsea.
He slipped at a very crucial juncture in that game which helped the opposition score a goal and get 1-0 up. Continue reading Steven Gerrard might have left Liverpool and moved on to play the Major League Soccer