Arsene Wenger to leave Arsenal at the end of his contract in 2017

Arsene Wenger, who has come under increased pressure, this season is expected to leave Arsenal at the end of his contract in 2017.

Some fans have become frustrated after a poor run of form that has left Arsenal 13 points off the league leaders Leicester City. They have also been eliminated from the FA Cup as well as the Champions League.

With teams such as Manchester City and Chelsea underperforming and with others such as Liverpool and Manchester United under new management, it was expected that this year would have been Arsenal’s.

But the team has failed to be up to the standard and found themselves distanced in the title challenge and may have to accept a third place finish.


West Ham Draw hits Title Chances

Bad news for Arsenal fans, the title isn’t looking good at the moment and the players know it too.

The fans and players both are in a panic at the moment, especially after a brutal draw which was an essential game to win to secure their spot. Even Arsene Wenger has admitted that the Arsenal’s hope for the title is looking very grim at the moment.


West Bromwich Albion

West Bromwich Albion also known as the Baggies, are one of the teams in the top flight English Premier League.

Founded in 1878, the club play host to other teams in the Hawthorns, which has been the Baggies’ home ground since 1900.

Owned by Jeremy Peace and managed on the field of play by Tony Pulis; the Baggies are currently one of the longest serving teams in the EPL. Despite not being rated as one of the top teams in the top flight, the Hawthorns, which has a capacity of 26,850, is one of the most dreaded places for opposing teams.

Teams like Arsenal and the likes have had to struggle to leave the Hawthorns with positive results in the last couple of seasons—with the Gunners losing 1-2 the last time they visited.


Aaron Ramsey feels that fans these days are too unforgiving

After having gone through a superb start of the season, Arsenal have slowed down their pace and now all eyes are being focused on Leicester City as the team of Claudio Ranieri are on their way of making history and lifting the Premier League title which is something that the club has never been able to do in the club’s entire history.

The recent drop of points of Arsenal have been when playing against Manchester United and Swansea City as they lost both matches against these teams and also had to settle with a 2-2 draw when facing off with Tottenham Hotspur.


Arsene Wenger will strengthen his squad in the summer

During the previous transfer window, Arsene Wenger only signed 1 player and it was Petr Cech who was acquired for a fee of around £10 million.

Many fans of the Premier League club were angry at the French coach as they wanted to see a few more signing being made that could help out the club in their journey of winning the English league but after everything was said and done, Cech was the only reinforcement during the winter transfer window.


Tony Pulis aim is to collect 40 points with West Bromwich Albion

40 is the magical number that ensures survivability and this is what Tony Pulis is aiming to collect in this season as the coach of West Bromwich Albion wants to continue competing in the Premier League and avoid the dreadful relegation zone.

West Bromwich Albion have so far collected 32 points after having played 26 points and they are in a fairly comfortable position as the team of Tony Pulis need only a few more points in order to .


West Brom appeared to take a different direction

West Brom appeared to take a different direction when they brought in Tony Pulis as the manager.

The club has been known for its beautiful and flowing football over the years. The new manager, however, was someone who was much more pragmatic in his attack. Even though Pulis has an impressive record as a manager after having not been relegated in his entire career, his style of football has not been enjoyable always. It was questioned whether the union was the right fit for both parties. Pulis has admitted that he had the same worries when he took over.


Arsene Wenger was able to put more smile on his face

Arsene Wenger was able to put more smile on his face after his team managed a quite convincing 2-1 win over title rivals Manchester City.

This victory cements Arsenal position as one of the title challengers this season. In previous years, the gunners have been criticised for losing the metal when it came to the big teams. Arsenal have suffered a couple of thrashing at the hands of City in the last decade. However, they significantly had the better of opportunities when the two teams met each other at the Emirates on Monday night.


Mauricio Pochettino believes that Tottenham’s new signing Son Heung-min has the potential

Mauricio Pochettino believes that Tottenham’s new signing Son Heung-min has the potential to be an important player for the club going forward.

After deciding to part company with both Roberto Soldado and Emmanuel Adebayor in the summer, the club needed to make some signings in the striking department in order to avoid an overreliance on striker Harry Kane. After an impressive campaign last time around, Kane has been struggling to keep up with his impressive goals to game ratio. In fact, he has not scored in six league appearances so far this season. This is a cause for concern for the club, but it seems that Son Heung-min has the potential to step up.


Ian Wright speaks his mind about what Arsenal need to do in order to be champions

Ian Wright had playing career which spanned for over 14 years. During his playing career, Wright has made his way through a number of clubs including: Crystal Palace, Arsenal, West Ham United, Nottingham Forest, Celtic and Burnley.

However, it was during his time when performing for Arsenal when he truly managed to stand out and lift big titles such as: The Premier League and the FA Cup just to name a few.

It’s been over 10 years since Arsenal has been able to win the Premier League title and even though Ian Wright is no longer in the playing grounds, he is still up to date with news and everything surrounding the world of football.


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