10 reasons to RANT after Arsenal's humiliating 2-1 defeat at Newcastle

10 reasons to RANT after Arsenal's humiliating 2-1 defeat at Newcastle

ARSENAL remain the only side yet to pick up any Premier League points away from home in 2018 after losing 2-1 at Newcastle this afternoon (Sunday).

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His experiences at Inter and Real Madrid are obvious drawbacks but they should not be in any way dealbreakers, because nearly every manager Arsenal will be looking at to replace Wenger when that time comes will have been sacked at some point. "They had the belief that we could score and we did it and after you could see we were suffering sometimes as it's a very good team so to beat a team like this is very impressive".

The Arsenal fan and former player coming out with some pretty odd reasoning.

"The Premier League has been created with people who had a progressive mind and wanted to be in front of the rest in Europe".

But it was Newcastle who landed the knockout blow in the 68th minute.

Rafa Benitez has admitted that moves have been made to keep him at Newcastle beyond the end of next season, and spoke about being proud that his management record has seen him linked to the Arsenal job.

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Arsenal's away form has contributed to them now being stuck in a battle for sixth spot with Premier League surprise package Burnley.

After taking the lead, the visitors took control of the game for the next ten minutes or so and they nearly got a second goal when a good passing move ended with Alex Iwobi forcing a good save from Martin Dúbravka. "Wenger knows it's not good enough". "Once you're in a negative spiral like this it is very hard to get out of".

"I think (City were) far better over a consistent time", Merson told talkSPORT.

The visitors were unbeaten at Newcastle in over a decade but they made a decision to throw that record away, putting in a display worth being vilified and berated for.

Newcastle enjoyed another escape four minutes later when Lacazette robbed Mohamed Diame and fed Joe Willock, only for the teenager to mis-kick with the goal at his mercy on his Premier League debut.

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