'No accountability' for Arsenal players under Arsene Wenger, says Ian Wright

Tyler Owen
March 3, 2018

Sky Sports pundit Andy Townsend has revealed the name of the manager he wants to see take over from Arsène Wenger in the Arsenal hotseat.

Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright says he "could not make a case" for Arsene Wenger to remain as manager beyond the end of this season.

It was not only Kompany's performance that was reminiscent of many of his dominant displays in City's Premier League title-winning campaigns of 2012 and 2014.

And with furious fans continuing to demand a change in leadership, Arsenal could finally part ways with Wenger in May. That's the last worry I have at the moment.

"I am just amazed that I have to always answer things that are exactly the same", he said.

Wenger has confirmed the left-back will now miss tomorrow's game and Sunday's trip to Brighton while Monreal is also a doubt for our Europa League clash with AC Milan and next weekend's game with Watford.

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Hollow words, many fans will have thought, but there has been a slight erosion of the 68-year-old Wenger's power in recent months through the biggest overhaul of the Frenchman's backroom staff since he was appointed in 1996.

Arsenal face AC Milan in the last 16 of the Europa League next month, a hard assignment in a competition that still includes Atletico Madrid and RB Leipzig as unsafe potential future opponents. So I am still amazed that I still have to answer these types of questions.

"Hard to put into words my emotions about yesterday." he said on Instagram. It's a journey we've all been on and this is one trophy.

"You cite only the games we've lost but we've won many games as well". The performance against City exposed all the frailties that Arsenal has always been accused of: no backbone, no leadership, a poor attitude.

"We didn't play against a poor team in the semi-final, we played against Chelsea and we have shown that we can fight".

The England worldwide struggled to make an impression on the game and 24 hours after his performance at Wembley, the 26-year-old has criticised some of the decisions made throughout.

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