Wenger: Gunners are together

Arsene Wenger believes Arsenal's 2-0 victory at Swansea is evidence of the great "solidarity" at the club.

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Arsene Wenger believes Arsenal's 2-0 Premier League victory at Swansea on Saturday is evidence of the great "solidarity" at the club.

The Gunners' win at the Liberty Stadium keeps them firmly in the mix for a top-four finish as they backed up their victory over Bayern Munich in midweek.

The 2-0 success at the Allianz Arena was not enough to help Wenger's side reach the last eight of the Champions League, but he believes it marked a turning point in their efforts to qualify for next season's competition.

He said: "I am a great admirer of the attitude of this team, and to win such a big game on Wednesday has transformed the belief of this team.

"We have struggled to find that belief this season but we have seen here you cannot question the solidarity of the players.

"They are showing qualities we will need up to the last day of the season."


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terling needs to be told though that upon entering the Arsenal squad he will re-enact the final scene from Highlander where he will be thrown around a warehouse by cartoon dragons and then be a mere mortal that will only ever spend three to four weeks a season playing football and the rest on the physio's bed. There can be only one.....player available at The Emirates.

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he game changed in our favour when Carrick came on. We were able to play further up the pitch due to having a player who can give and go with the ball and keep possession. Yet barkley made some runs and Townsend scored a good goal but carrick's inclusion and chiellini's withdrawal made the biggest difference to the flow of the game

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o, you've not silenced anyone Andros, i'm afraid. We know you can score a great goal, and it's really handy to have your direct running and willingness to shoot on the bench. But until you can do the other things expected of a winger (beat the man, put a decent cross in, stay wide etc) then you can't expect more than a regular cameo. Wonderful goal though, what a hit! No wonder Buffon wanted the shirt.

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