Friday, 12 January 2018

Arsenal legend blasts Arsene Wenger over Iwobi

Ex Arsenal incredible striker, Ian Wright said mentor Arsene Wenger wasn't right to have played Alex Iwobi against Chelsea in their Caraboa Cup semi-last after the player was accounted for to party in front of Arsenal's FA Cup misfortune to Nottingham Forest. 

Wright blamed Wenger for showing lacking "administration" by taking a powerless position on the issue. 

The youthful midfielder was gotten on a video moving and shouting at a level in Soho, purportedly at 2.37am the day preceding Arsenal's 4-2 FA Cup misfortune at Nottingham Forest. Iwobi, 21, played in that amusement – and was additionally chosen for Wednesday's goalless Carabao Cup semi-last first leg with Chelsea. Wright was incensed, demanding Wenger's choices send the wrong message to players and just serve to make the club a 'joke'. He disclosed to Sky Sports: "In the present atmosphere, for a youthful player to go out and do that with Arsenal experiencing what they're experiencing now… "Experienced players needing to leave, there's no administration — Arsene Wenger ought to have improved a position on this. "Since Arsenal must discover what we are losing right now. Individuals chuckle at us — they consider it to be somewhat of a joke with what's happening right now — players would prefer not to be there. "It just feels like we are losing control." Iwobi was chosen in front of Theo Walcott, for example, and Wright stated: "What's it saying to Theo? "He has a youth that is gone out under 48 hours before the amusement, still plays in that diversion, plays in this diversion and you can't get a diversion before him. "You must begin considering your own future." He included: "I think (Jose) Mourinho wouldn't have that. I don't think a Man United player would (go out 48 hours before an amusement).

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