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Piers Morgan goes gaga on Wenger after loss

Newcastle 2-1 Arsenal: Piers Morgan goes gaga on Wenger after loss

April 15, 2018 By Emmanuel K. Budu-Annor
The animosity between these two grows with each passing match-day.

Renowned British television personality, Piers Morgan, has torn into Arsene Wenger once again after Arsenal surrendered a goal lead to be pinned back by Newcastle. Alexander Lacazette opened the scoring in Sunday’s EPL encounter inside the 14th-minute but saw his goal canceled by Ayoze Perez 15 minutes later.

Matt Ritchie then set Rafa Benitez’s side on the path to victory by scoring the host’s second. Agitated by the outcome of a game many were expecting the Gunners to win, Pier Morgan took to Twitter to spew his antipathies about Arsene Wenger. 

He then furthered his misgivings by mocking his team's chances of winning this season's Europa League with another epic tweet. Check out his series of tweets below: 

Arsenal currently seats at 6th position with 54 points – two points more than Burnley after playing 33 games. With automatic qualification into next season’s Champions League already down the drain, Arsene Wenger faces a huge task to ensure safe passage for the Gunners via the Europa League after seeing his side paired with Atletico Madrid for the semi-final.

Time up for Arsene?

 

 


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