Arsenal stumbled to a draw with a hard working Aston Villa side on a cold rainy night in Birmingham in a game which lacked tactical interest. Both teams didn’t create many chances and the game was overall very sloppy. Another lack-luster performance will be sure to leave The Boss and gooners everywhere disappointed with the lack of end product.
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A frenetic day at the Emirates Stadium saw goals aplenty as Arsenal secured their first Premier League win of the month against the old enemy on a splendid Saturday lunchtime kick-off. The Gunners put out a strong lineup in the standard 4-2-3-1 to take on those other North Londoners. Wojciech Szczesny found himself back in the starting lineup, relegating Vito Mannone to the bench whilst Jack Wilshere continued his much lauded return to the squad alongside Mikel Arteta in the holding positions.
In another thrilling encounter between Arsenal and a side they really should be beating without too much difficulty, the Gunners twice declined the offer to take a much needed three points meaning they are now worse off in the league than this time last year and any time in the last 30 years.
Every time Arsenal stumble, the knee-jerk reaction is a call for Arsene Wenger’s head. But the man has become so integrated into Arsenal’s existence that it feels like blasphemy just thinking about a life without him steering the once almighty ship of Islington. His previous achievements – both in terms of trophies and players – have made him the most successful manager in club history, but is it time for Wenger to step down and infuse new life into the first team?
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