Published: Tue, December 05, 2017
Sport | By Wilson Duncan

'I'm not Pochettino' - Wenger refuses to give up on Arsenal's title chances

'I'm not Pochettino' - Wenger refuses to give up on Arsenal's title chances

While Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has just about accepted his team can not win the title, Wenger was unwilling to do likewise. Arsenal are now 15 points behind league leaders Manchester City after five defeats in their first 15 games. We can not accept that. "I am here to fight as long as I can".

"I am here to fight as long as I can, as long as mathematically it's possible you have to fight, you cannot give any other message out", he said. "That's very hard to accept". "You can not give any other message out".

Theo Walcott could be set for an Arsenal exit when the transfer window opens next month, according to Ladbrokes. When the performance is of that quality, we have to be efficient.

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Arsene Wenger of Arsenal looks on during the Premier League match between Arsenal and Manchester United at Emirates Stadium

Walcott arrived in north London some 11 years ago as a prolifically talented teenager, but never really made the breakthrough that early promise hinted at - only once starting 30 matches in a Premier League season, back in 2011/12.

United are the closest to the Citizens, but even the Red Devils are eight points off the pace.

And with Arsene Wenger reportedly willing to allow the winger to leave, the bookies make West Ham 6/4 favourites for his signature. With so many teams to surpass in order to get to the top, it's not very realistic.

Walcott is the Gunners' longest serving player having been at the club for nearly 12 years after signing from the Saints back in January 2006.


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