Arsenal FC’s coach, Arsène Wenger on Saturday, said that he has made a decision regarding his future at the club and has not told anyone about it.
“You will soon know,” he said;
When asked, How soon? Wenger replied, “Very soon, but I’m not necessarily worried about my future right now when we are in a unique bad patch where we haven’t been for 20 years.”
Arsenal having lost four of their last five league games are now sixth in the EPL table with 50 points, could miss next season’s Champions League qualification with this current form. “We have a big fight on our hands now, there is no other way to do it but to fight for the rest of the season,” said Wenger.
Arsenal supporters are unhappy with the recent turn of event at the club. Yesterday, supporters chartered a plane showing a banner with the message “Wenger Out’’.
The Gunners conceded almost two similar goals from set pieces as Craig Dawson scored a brace in the 12th and 75th minutes, Hal Robson-Kanu scored in the 55th minutes, while Arsenal’s goal was from Alexis Sanchez.
West Bromich Albion’s manager, Tony Pulis, in a post-match statement said, “We know what we’ve got, we concentrated on keeping Arsenal in front of us, they are hard to handle if they get behind you, and trying to score from set plays. The key is the quality of the delivery, and we had that. Craig Dawson should have had more goals this season because he’s missed a few chances.”