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Arsene Wenger blames poor officiating for Leicester defeat

11 May 2018
Arsene Wenger blames poor officiating for Leicester defeat

Iheanacho is hoping for more action and goals after leading his side to victory over Arsenal. Focus on young coachArsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis is on board with a young appointment, while the Kroenkes also had big success in the National Football League last season by naming Sean McVay as the Los Angeles Rams' head coach when he was just 30.

Arsene Wenger felt his side were unlucky to be reduced to ten men and also questioned the penalty decision given against them but did praise the players' spirit after their 3-1 defeat to Leicester. We watched it again. Those feats will see Wenger ranked as Arsenal's greatest manager, but the urbane Frenchman's professorial image sometimes obscured his fierce will to win. That's how I look at it. "Away from home we have had the effect of many things: a lack of confidence because of a few bad results, and after that we neglected some games because we were in the Europa League". If the team has one or two good away results next season they will play for the Premiership, I'm convinced, because there is something special in that team that will come out next season. "Because to accept to commit to five years when you build the stadium to work with restricted resources and keep the club in a position where we can pay our debts back, I personally feel I did my best job in that period". If the same Arsenal that dismantled Burnley last weekend turn up in Yorkshire then it will be the ideal farewell to the boss. Wenger greeted the gesture with a wave to the Leicester fans and again showed his gratitude after the game. I would like him to bring his own ideas, his own speech, a different way of seeing the game.

"I'm grateful for the reaction of the crowd", he said.

"As a professional, a person and the way he approached and also for the club and especially for football and I think everybody in football should thank him for everything he did".