Arsenal fans' group votes overwhelmingly for Wenger to go


With Arsenal languishing in sixth place in the Premier League, 13 points behind Tottenham in fourth place, Arsenal legend Ian Wright has admitted that he thinks the Gunners may even finish lower than sixth place which they are now occupying.

"There have been contacts with PSG, but I have always been loyal to Arsenal", stated Wenger last September.

Unai Emery looks certain to be replaced as Paris Saint-Germain coach after Tuesday night's Champions League defeat at the hands of Real Madrid, with Wenger reported to be one of their top targets once again.

"They're in a bit of a rough patch but they are still a side full of champions", he said.

"He tried, he went out, but couldn't absorb the training session so we had to leave him behind", Wenger said.

"After that, mentally as well I believe that the lack of confidence, linked with the physical aspect, made us lose some balls where they took advantage of it". This is an opportunity we have to take, yes, of course. In the second half, it was all us. "We play Sunday, Thursday, Sunday,'s almost physically impossible to play this number of games".

The Gunners face AC Milan in their Round of 16 first leg on Thursday evening.

Phillips argued that the survey outcome did not negate the fact that fans love the manager, but that the former want change at the club. "I'm not doing well, so I'm the guy who can get advice from him".

"When I arrived at Arsenal, they said to me, 'Why are you outside of the box, you will never score goals?' with my position being on the left or whatever it was".

While Arsenal's season heads towards a write-off, Brighton are unbeaten in all competitions since 20 January. They have little hope of finishing in the top four, they're out of the FA Cup and their listless performance in the Carabao Cup final against Manchester City was humiliating.

A large majority of travelling supporters at the AMEX Stadium chanted "we want Wenger out", with the club 33 points adrift of runaway leaders City and closer to the foot of the Premier League table than the summit.

"Our form allowed that to happen".

"It's not the easiest time for the club, but we are here to help, do our best, and put Arsenal on the level that it was before".