Arsenal fan compares Wenger to Mugabe

Posted March 18, 2017

"It worked well for him".

Arsenal now sit in fifth place, five points adrift of Liverpool in fourth although Jurgen Klopp's side have played two more games than their rivals.

"We have just extended the contract", said Wenger.

Forget the protest, comparing the Frenchman to Zimbabwe dictator Robert Mugabe is all you need to know about fans thought of Wenger.

"You always think Arsenal are going to be vulnerable from set plays, they are not the biggest team in the world, so Arsene Wenger will probably have to play Olivier Giroud in this game, even if he does not want to. What is for sure is that we are in a position where we can't waste points".

Nevertheless, they'll be happy to have the points on the board already with the pressure all on Arsenal to respond and secure all three points against West Bromwich Albion this weekend to avoid the gap stretching any further.

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So what better time than the current to stir themselves back into action against a visitor that still looks mentally lightweight and could be made to pay from a West Brom speciality - the set-piece. However, it was the Baggies that came out on top in the corresponding fixture from last season and that should provide them with hope for this weekend.

Welbeck and Alex Iwobi have overcome illness but Kieran Gibbs is a doubt with an unspecified knock, while Mohamed Elneny (ankle) will miss out again, despite returning to first-team training this week.

The Egyptian worldwide has missed our last three matches in all competitions including last weekend's FA Cup quarter final win over Lincoln City and recent defeats to Bayern Munich and Liverpool.

Winning the FA Cup and making the top four in the league is now the goal for Arsenal and Wenger, who is yet to commit to next year at the club. Success is not down to me to judge, I will leave that to the media. "It's good today. You say anything and everybody takes it without checking any information".

But Pulis reckons Baggies fans will have to wait until next season to see the best of the midfielder, who joined from Hull in January for £10m. We want to play in the Champions League next season.