Arsenal manager calls on Gunners to show potential against Manchester United
There have been occasions where Arsenal have been a class act this season, most notably in the Champions League which saw the Gunners comfortably win their qualifying group and set up a last sixteen tie with AC Milan.
January 20th, 2012
However, Arsene Wenger has regularly been left frustrated by some of the performances from his team this term, something which means they sit four points off the Champions League places going into this weekend’s matches.
Wenger is naturally keen for the team to once again qualify for this elite European competition and has called upon the players to beat Manchester United on Sunday and prove that they can mix it with the best.
“You want to play big games, and this is a big game that comes at a moment when we want to convince people that we are capable of coming back into the top four. There is no better opportunity than Man Utd to show that,” the Arsenal boss said.
“We are really frustrated because we made the minimum of our last two games, we were twice leading and in the end we lost them both.
“We play a big game, yes, but another thing that is important is to come back to winning habits.
“We were on a very strong run before that, and we lost that run in a way that is difficult to accept because everything went against us in the two games – but we have to accept that and win our game on Sunday.”