Arsenal's Away Record In 2018 Is Utterly Dreadful

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The "WengerOut" brigade have been in loud voice over recent months, and Sunday's defeat at the hands of Newcastle - which leaves Arsenal just two points clear of seventh - has increased the pressure on the Frenchman.

"Of course [the away form] is a concern because traditionally we have a very strong record away from home".

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"Benitez sort of sets his teams up - even at Liverpool - not to get beaten, and you go from there". You wonder how you can lose this game. It's very harsh to swallow a defeat like this. The simple truth is, he has as impressive a CV as any manager that Arsenal could hope to attract in the near future, has seasoned Premier League experience and is a master in European matches. "Once you're in a negative spiral like this it is very hard to get out of".

Benitez paid tribute to Pep Guardiola's Manchester City saying: 'Without any doubt they deserve the title. "The amount of goals, chances and points, to do that in the Premier League, with the contenders we have, is because the players are so good". They have let in very few goals and they play such quick football.

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Arsenal fans have seen their star players leave, bad performances, have staged protests and put up banners, now they are absent for games and perhaps rightly seek changes. They have been superior to everything else'.

Wenger, who was also unhappy with a challenge by Magpies midfielder Kenedy on Alexandre Lacazette, added: "Every big game this season has been decided by mistakes that could have been avoided with VAR".

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"At 1-0 up we were in control and doing really well", he said. The puzzling thing was their absence for the crunch UEFA Europa League quarter-final against CSKA Moscow last week, and it happened against Arsene Wenger's predictions that they will eventually turn up, which they did not. When Gerard played behind him with the pace that Torres had, they caused havoc in rival defences together'.

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