It's Not Easy - Arsenal Star Frustrated By Europa League Ineligibility

It's Not Easy - Arsenal Star Frustrated By Europa League Ineligibility

It's Not Easy - Arsenal Star Frustrated By Europa League Ineligibility

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger voiced concerns about fan apathy after thousands of seats at the Emirates remained empty in Sunday's 3-0 win over Watford.

Deeney inspired Watford to a comeback win against the Gunners at Vicarage Road in October, the forward telling the media after the game that Arsenal lacked "cojones". But one day. I can not say anything more because there is nothing to say about it and I do not want to offend Arsene, whom I adore and for whom I have a lot of respect.

"I thought we had a very good first half". "It gets us out of this negative spiral a little bit".

He later returned the favour to Mkhitaryan who netted his first premier League goal for Arsenal and the Gunners' third of the day.

Both players joined the Gunners in January and despite playing minimal games together they have gelled. It certainly showed in his last game against Watford, where he picked up a goal and an assist, and stuck a celebratory front flip for good measure.

And on his 141st appearance for Arsenal, Ozil, who is well-known for his creative abilities, subsequently became the fastest player in Premier League history to reach 50 assists.

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"That's life. I have to deal with it".

Arsenal are sixth in the league with 48 points and face an uphill task to qualify for next season's Champions League by finishing in the top four.

One route into Europe's elite club tournament would be by winning the Europa League, but Arsenal will need to do it without Aubameyang who is cup-tied and can not play.

"Yes of course I worry because I want our fans to be behind the team and to be happy", Wenger said.

"I see Jack here because he is an Arsenal man", the Frenchman said in February. And they're [rules] a bit ....not maybe stupid but something like that. It may have been becoming a coach myself that makes me feel differently.

Arsenal put up a clinical performance against Watford, to register a much needed victory at the Emirates. "I am going to say no". "We are not so far to the end of the season so, any injuries, you lose them for the rest of the season".

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