Submitted by -Mezzo- 959d ago | opinion piece

Arsenal Fall to Bayern Munich, Head for Another Trophyless Season

BR - Sometimes the simplest truths are the hardest to accept. For Arsenal and Arsene Wenger, after this latest and most illustrative of losses, they're also the most damning.

Bayern Munich romped past Arsenal on Tuesday night in the UEFA Champions League, winning comfortably and easily, 3-1, at Arsenal's Emirates Stadium. The return leg is scheduled for three weeks in Munich, but the teams might as well play a training match instead. (Arsenal, Bayern Munchen, UEFA Champions League)

mmj  +   959d ago
Like I just said in another article, the board don't care about trophies it's all about finishing top four for the Champions League money.

As long as Arsenal continue finishing top four they'll continue to back Wenger.
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Thefreeman012  +   959d ago
I think that arsenal have an inferiority complex at the moment... They don't really need to spend as much as arsenal fans think. Arteta, carzola ox, wilshire are pretty good

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