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Crisis Talk: Where do Liverpool and Arsenal go from here?

The ESPN FC team discuss Arsenal's defensive struggles in their 1-2 defeat to Manchester United, and whether or not Arsene Wenger will step aside as manager.

Both Liverpool and Arsenal's seasons plumbed new depths at the weekend as the crisis clubs lost more ground in the Premier League. For Liverpool, a 3-1 defeat at Crystal Palace was their fourth loss in a row in all competitions. Arsenal, meanwhile, lost 2-1 against Manchester United and this is their worst start to a season since 1982.

There were murmurs of "Wenger Out" among some sections of the Arsenal support on Saturday evening, while Liverpool fans must be wondering what is up with Brendan...

 By Kevin Palmer
8 hours ago

Champions League: English clubs reach last chance saloon

Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini says that his players lack confidence in Europe.

As Manchester City and Liverpool prepare for a make-or-break week in the Champions League, here are five points to consider ahead of the action on Tuesday and Wednesday:

City enter last chance saloon

Manchester City appear to have developed a debilitating mental block as they continually fail to live up to their billing in the Champions League, with manager Manuel Pellegrini under increasing pressure to find a rapid solution to their European woes as he prepares for the daunting visit of Bayern...

 By Nick Miller
14 hours ago

Arsenal will remain in limbo until Arsene Wenger leaves

ESPN FC's Craig Burley wasn't impressed by either Arsenal or Manchester United in Saturday's feature match.

There's a half-decent argument to be made that Arsenal's 2-1 defeat to Manchester United on Saturday wasn't, in isolation, Arsene Wenger's fault. It's tough to blame Wenger directly for Jack Wilshere expertly picking out David de Gea's chest with the goal at his mercy, for example. Or for Kieran Gibbs lashing the ball into his own net. Or for Aaron Ramsey looking like a shadow of the player he was last season.

But, of course, you can't treat that game as an isolated case. Not when, in the 26...

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Arsenal's lack of confidence proves fatal in Man United defeat

ESPN FC's Craig Burley wasn't impressed by either Arsenal or Manchester United in Saturday's feature match.

With confidence low after a 2-1 defeat to Swansea before the international break, the last thing Arsenal needed was to have that shattered further as they head into the busiest period of the season.

Yet that was exactly what happened on Saturday against Man United. If they had gained some belief from a first half in which they should have been ahead, all the work was undone by the own goal for United's first and the fact that the Gunners looked shaken to pieces by falling behind.

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Excuses aplenty for Louis van Gaal and Arsene Wenger

ESPN FC's Craig Burley wasn't impressed by either Arsenal or Manchester United in Saturday's feature match.

A common complaint about Arsene Wenger is that he makes too many excuses. This time, Wenger admitted that the fault lay within his own team's inability to convert territorial dominance into goals. As Arsenal suffered once more at the hands of Manchester United on Saturday, he might have recognised that United won with far more excuses in hand.

"It's a game that we dominated for 80 percent of the time," Wenger suggested. "We have not had many games against Man United like today, but we were...

1 day ago

Player Ratings: Typical Wilshere, as Arsenal plunge further into crisis

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says his side were in control for most of the game, but couldn't score when it counted.
Jack Wilshere hobbled off with an ankle injury, and Arsenal suffered their second straight Premier League defeat, this time to Manchester United.

Arsenal never cease to amaze. They dominated Manchester United for long periods yet still somehow conspired to lose 2-1.

They even managed the remarkable feat of falling behind without conceding a shot on target. Instead, Kieran Gibbs turned an Antonio Valencia shot into his own. United's second goal came from a more familiar source: With Arsenal chasing an equaliser, the Gunners were caught on the counter, and Wayne Rooney clipped home.

Olivier Giroud grabbed a spectacular consolation in the...