Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger admits fan protests got to him last season

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger admits fan protests got to him last season

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger admits fan protests got to him last season

Their strike-rates and the types of goals they score aren't too different.

"Granit Xhaka has it in his locker to play that ball over the top", Henry told Sky Sports News.

Arsenal talisman Alexis Sanchez was sidelined for their opening match of the Premier League season with an abdominal strain.

Arsene Wenger revealed after Friday night's victory that he had offered Giroud the chance to leave North London but the French striker rejected the opportunity and instead vowed to fight on at the Emirates Stadium, a decision which he's gone on to explain.

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So as fans cried out for a world-class 30-goal-a-season striker, they had to make do with a very good 20-goal-a-season man. Yes, you score goals and we know Arsenal will score, but you need to be able to not concede.

'Why do you want to play what I call "the Arsenal ball" to the winger who comes in the pocket? He plays in a fairly traditional centre-forward way, bringing others into play brilliantly at times (a part of his game which is quite underrated).

With the likes of Coquelin, Xhaka, Elneny and hopefully Cazorla competing for those midfield spots you could say that the always attack minded Welshman is a bit of a luxury player whose impact off the bench could be more than from the start, don't you think? As they exchanged pleasantries, the man - who had immediately recognised him - asked him if he appreciated how significant a presence the Premier League was in the country's daily life. Yes, it looks pretty, but we want to go to goal.

Thierry Henry watched Manchester United destroy West Ham on Sunday and saw elements of the Arsenal Invincibles side that went a whole league season unbeaten in 2003/04. He scored five goals as a substitute, and got seven inside the last 10 minutes of matches. That is where I would like to see him play.

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