Arsenal must defend 'pride' against Bayern - WengerBy Gladys Abbott Mar 07, 2017
Wenger would not say whether Sanchez would start against Bayern - when Arsenal have to overturn a 5-1 deficit from the first leg - but said Mesut Ozil will not be in the squad despite taking part in training on Monday.
"I wanted us to play direct and by direct I mean to win the ball in the air and to win the second ball".
Wenger claimed after Saturday's game that Sanchez had been left out for tactical reasons.
It was and is the most un-Arsenal of Arsenal and if you try to envisage that this was how they were set up and how they had practiced, their first half performance made a mockery of that notion, as the Gunners were off key and off message. No player is bigger than the club, and Wenger was clearly setting the example that whether you're on £130,000 a week or £13 a week, everyone gets the same treatment.
Cape Town - Former Arsenal midfielder Gilberto Silva believes it's time for Arsene Wenger to pack it in and make way for a new manager with fresh ideas. "We do play it sometimes".
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Gone but never forgotten! A few things about these conversations struck me about their relationship with one another. Everyone was in crisis mode, so seeing them away from the settlements and able to enjoy themselves is a nice change.
"You make a [selection] decision and people always have a very emotional analysis and an emotional response to this kind of decision". I sympathise with him as a manager and a man, I have a good relationship with him. From the Alexis Sanchez situation to Wenger's age old tactics, there are numerous issues that seem to be clear to everyone besides those actually in a position to change it all.
Arsenal have failed to beat Liverpool at Anfield in their past three attempts, and they know they require all three points if they wish to keep their Premier League dream alive. "I think when it doesn't go well these things are interpreted negatively", Wenger said. It's a team sport and the most important thing is that we focus on our collective.
Ducker writes that Pep Guardiola considers Sanchez as a far more complete player than the one he coached at Barcelona, and that City believe he will come much cheaper than their other transfer targets due to the Chilean's expiring contract. A happy performer on the football front is a player who comes out of a game and has won it and has performed well.
According to the "invisible wall" "the time has come" for Arsene Wenger to step aside for a new manager having spent more than 20 years in the dugout.
We asked a host of Arsenal fans and Twitter influencers their views and you can read them below.
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