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Again we lose a big game due to mistakes of our own. Same shit every ssn. Either that or we don’t turn up. When’re we actually going to win? — Merteswagger (@RuuAndThatsAll) October 5, 2014
Still the most accurate description of Arsenal yet. pic.twitter.com/8ZCctnWQkt
— Big Friendly German (@ZineAFC) October 5, 2014
Ah yes, yesterday’s game had the outcome many of us expected but it was still a bitter pill to swallow. Trust me, it was. In fact, I stopped watching in the 70th minute…
The first goal was avoidable, and so was the second. Per laid the blame of the loss at the foot of the forwards, saying we failed to take chances in the final 3rd; I beg to differ. I think the problem was with the whole team; our defending was suspect for large parts of the 1st and 2nd half as well. So let no one section of the team bear the brunt of the walloping. A cultured left foot thinks so as well.
Now, Wenger’s post match interview
Wenger eyes are bloodshot here; tell me about it! I’m thinking about how I’m going to live down the next few days in an office filled with Chelsea fans…I think I’m in a worse situation than Wenger at the moment. And so, like I said, the lessons learned here should be applied in our next game, we need to. If Wenger does by a strong, quick defensive midfielder in January, then maybe he’ll dump this 4-1-4-1 he’s been playing with Ozil on the left, just maybe.
And the irritant’s post-match interview as well…
You can’t take it away from him though, there’s something he keeps doing that we never seem to learn from. And if you beat your opponent 4 times out of 6 and draw on the remaining two, you’re certainly better tactically.
Yes, there, I said it; Jose Mourinho’s tactically better than Arsene Wenger. This however, doesn’t make him a better manager, being a manager isn’t only about tactics.