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Arsene Wenger: "I'm disappointed and determined to put things right"

13 April 2017

Cape Town - Sam Allardyce was delighted with the way his side executed their game plan at Selhurst Park on Monday to record a comprehensive 3-0 win over Arsenal.

Andros Townsend, Yohan Cabaye and Luka Milivojevic were all on the scoresheet as Arsenal left south London with just two wins from their last seven games.

"I think it would be inconvenient to speak about me, it's more painful to lose the game like the way we lost this one".

"The club is Arsene Wenger's from top to bottom because he's been there that long, and rightly so".

And Gold believes that Wenger is in a similar position and will end up staying on as Arsenal manager because he knows the club inside out. It looks on the pitch you can see that.

Overmars (pictured above), who played under Wenger at Arsenal, now holds the director of football role at Ajax in his native Holland.

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2016-17 will surely see to that. and maybe even Wenger's job. It's really odd. We were unbeaten for a long time away from home, and now we can not win. "I think we won many second balls as well, but in the decisive duel I think they were stronger, especially Benteke tonight". When asked about finishing in the top four, he responded: "Very hard, certainly."I want the fans to support the team". If he signs a new contract, prepare for things to turn nasty in North London which makes you wonder why does a 67 year old man need all this hassle.

"We thought we'd bounced back well against Manchester City and West Ham at home, but tonight that wasn't us at all".

Spurs fans took to Twitter after Arsenal's defeat to heap more misery on the Gunners fans. "Go for the trophies - because finishing in the top four has affected the whole club".

Wenger's blind loyalty in Walcott, and other underperforming players - we're looking at you, Granit Xhaka - has come back to haunt him. I have followed them over land and sea (and Leicester – yes, I once went to Filbert Street).

"The win over Arsenal was extraordinary and really surprised me because they had beaten us 3-0 and played very well so to get turned over like that by Palace was an incredible result".