Removing Wenger won't end problems for Arsenal: Ex-defender Clichy

Removing Wenger won't end problems for Arsenal: Ex-defender Clichy

Removing Wenger won't end problems for Arsenal: Ex-defender Clichy

The Gunners are in danger of missing out on a Champions League qualification places for the first time since the 1996/97 season.

"What is important is a good football team on the pitch playing good football".

But Manchester City defender Clichy, who was part of Arsenal's last Premier League title-winning team in 2004, warned that a change may not be as beneficial for the club as it is expected to be.

He has said the decision is made but was again less than forthcoming when asked about the situation at his pre-match press conference on Tuesday morning.

"I would say for many years he had not always an adjusted finishing quality, but he's improved a lot on his finishing and that's why he scores more goals". "Don't worry, you will get that (answer) soon".

Wenger backers point to the fact Arsenal have consistently finished in the top four and have been stable, growing financially in the process.

Asked if he had been set a specific target, the Frenchman replied: "No. I love this club", Wenger told television reporters at the Emirates Stadium. "I will have 24 hours to think about that".

And as for whether he feels like fans are with him or against him at this moment in time, he continued, "I'm not in politics - it's not about majority or minority". I am quite pleased that people can realise it is not as easy as it looks. That's all we have in our hands, everything else is something people like to talk about.

The Gunners are next in action on Wednesday night, welcoming London rivals West Ham to the Emirates, before a trip to Selhurst Park to take on Crystal Palace at the weekend.

'We have many games in April, we need to have everyone on board and to work like we did against Manchester City, then we have a chance.

To add, a video on social media during the game - which ended 2-2 - surfaced which appeared to show Arsenal fans fighting amongst themselves.

Three fans were pictured by Standard Sport's chief football correspondent, James Olley, standing outside Arsenal's training base with three large banners and a sign saying #WengerOut #AlexisIn.

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