Under-fire Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger, has vowed to fight tooth and nail to restore Arsenal’s hard-earned reputation of finishing fourth in the Premier League year in year out.
Speaking to Dafty News, the 89-year-old Frenchman said, “I won’t rest until we have finished, languishing well behind the top three again.
“It’s going to take time and plenty of hard work on the training ground to regain our status as fourth place giants, but with a bit of luck, some dodgy selections, coupled with laughable tactics on the park, we’ll hopefully start dropping valuable points at home to the likes of Palace and West Ham throughout the forthcoming season.”
When asked about his hopes of being knocked out and humiliated in the early stages of The Champions League by a German side, Wenger was guarded in his reply
“It’s too early to start setting our sights too high. Let’s concentrate on getting hammered by the likes of Watford and Burnley first”