WENGER: BAYERN HAMMERING IS STILL AFFECTING ARSENAL

 

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In their next game the Arsenal will face the Liverpool side and Arsene Wenger the head coach of Arsenal want his players to be focus for their clash against the Reds.

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In the recent past the Gunners were downed by the German Giants Bayern Munich and the Arsenal manager thinks that his crew still thinks about that heavy defeat against Bayern.

Tomorrow they will play against the Liverpool side as they manager urges his player to stay focus and he determined to turn this season around for them.

If they win their match against the Liverpool side then they will be fours points clear than the Liverpool team and they will ahead of Liverpool in the Champions league race.

The French coach knows that the negative thought in their lost against Bayern Munich will not favor them.

In an interview he added: "When you have a bad result like that, of course it plays on your mind,"

"But I just think you have to focus on the way we want to play and on the desire to win, to fight and to take the opportunity you have to show your quality.

 

"After that, the recent history being negative, that doesn't help. But you have to be strong enough to deal with that.

 

"Things can change very quickly at the end of the season with many big teams playing against each other.

 

"It is very difficult to predict how many points will be needed [for a top-two finish] at the moment. We are in the mode now where we want to win our next game."

The Gunners have 12 days gap after they last played their match against the Sutton United in the FA Cup, the manager thinks that his side should guard against delightedness.

He voiced: "For us, after a little break, it is important to switch on quickly. We have seen that is not easy – Liverpool showed that against Leicester.

 

"After a break, it is important that you are ready from the start again. You lose a little bit the rhythm of the competition and for us it is vital to start strongly at Liverpool."

 

 

 

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