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Wenger - Wake Up And Focus

Wenger - Wake Up And Focus

Such a simple instruction from the manager, but something we desperately need to act on.

Speaking to arsenal.com following our second successive away defeat, the manager said.

'That's now twice where we have given the game away. At our level that is frustrating and not good enough. It's down to a lack of composure and the right decision making. It really is a concern. We have given 6 points away in the last two games in a way that is unbelievable. It is time for us to wake up and be focused.'

Wenger is expecting a reaction against Man U and he's looking for us to take all 3 points to make up on lost ground.

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Writer:Arsenal Site Staff
Date:Tuesday January 17 2012
Time: 8:27PM

Comments

0
For a blessed moment i thought he was talking about himself.
Wyn Mills
18/01/2012 00:42:00
0
But just in case you drift off again then be like Arsene and wear your duvet when out and about.
nikolaijns
18/01/2012 00:53:00
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How about we just win the Champions league! Easy solution to the problem right guys?
ajwb
18/01/2012 00:59:00
0
right!!!!!!!!
shewore
18/01/2012 09:36:00
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Winning the CL?.......ha ha, you too need to wake-up and focus ajwb!!!! lol
mutters
18/01/2012 11:21:00
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Im telling you folks.. Lets get mentally prepared for seasons of mid table finishes (below top 4 above top 8) . Something I'm resigned to.
Sajit
18/01/2012 14:49:00
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...Not if we can get back the form of October-November. A few returnees and we can be stronger.
Naijagunner
18/01/2012 15:37:00
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OT- It will seem Newcastle is besting Arsenal in scouting for effective French & African players, these days. With Demba Ba and Pa***** Cisse, the Geordies will be a very dangerous offensive side.....and we still have to play them at home, 4 days after playing CL v Milan. Mhmmm.
Naijagunner
18/01/2012 15:43:00
0
Hey! I only spelt his name: PAP-I-S-S Cisse.
Naijagunner
18/01/2012 15:44:00
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The chairman doesn't seem to care how well we do as long as the money rolls in, so what sort of message does that send to the players? Wenger knows he has a job for life even if he gets us relegated, and a lot of players that he thinks are better than they are put in lackadaisical shifts every other match and still start the next one. Djourou has been talking big about winning the match against MU, but why wouldn't he, he's one of the mediocre players Wenger should have sold years ago but has been protected instead.
elbondo
18/01/2012 18:22:00
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