Oxlade-Chamberlain wants Wenger out!

February 4, 2017

ALEX OXLADE-CHAMBERLAIN appears to have thrown his support behind the movement calling for Arsene Wenger to quit Arsenal.

The Gunners were outplayed by Chelsea in a 3-1 defeat which all but ended their title hopes for another season.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain liked a tweet calling for Arsene Wenger to quit Arsenal on his official Twitter page
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain liked a tweet calling for Arsene Wenger to quit Arsenal on his official Twitter page

And following the match, the midfielder liked a tweet from ArsenalFanTV which read: “ARSENE WENGER NEEDS TO GO!!”.

The channel is popular among football fans, who enjoy the opinionated views of the Gooners faithful.

And Oxlade-Chamberlain may have hinted that he agrees with those who think Wenger is done at the club.

The Ox's last like came from the end of January after an impressive showing through the middle
The Ox’s last like came from the end of January after an impressive showing through the middle

 

In today’s early kick-off, Chelsea dominated Wenger’s outfit to take another huge step towards the title.

Marcos Alonso scored a controversial opener before a moment of genius from Eden Hazard.

The Belgian spectacularly doubled Chelsea’s lead early in the second half with a stunning goal, picking the ball up on the halfway line, weaving his way past a number of Gunners defenders before calmly lofting the ball over Petr Cech for 2-0.

Chelsea wing-back Marcos Alonso nods the Blues into an early lead against Arsenal
Chelsea wing-back Marcos Alonso nods the Blues into an early lead against Arsenal
Eden Hazard scored a superb solo second goal to seal the win in the second half
Eden Hazard scored a superb solo second goal to seal the win in the second half
Arsene Wenger glumly watches on as Arsenal lose 3-1 to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge
Arsene Wenger glumly watches on as Arsenal lose 3-1 to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge

That contender for goal of the season knocked the stuffing out of Arsenal with Chelsea still looking the more likely to score until the final kick – with former Gunner Cesc Fabregas rubbing salt into the wound with a 25-yard chip past Cech after a woeful clearance.

Olivbier Giroud scored a late consolation but it was not enough to convince some fans that Wenger has what it takes to challenge for the title.

SOURCE: thesun.co.uk


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