“It is down to how you respond and what kind of focus and effort you show to turn things around,” Wenger said.
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Chelsea manager Antonio Conte and Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger have no margin for error as they fight to avoid being frozen out of the Premier League's top four and next season's Champions League.Just seven months later that optimism has given way to the harsh realities of winter and the realization that both Conte and Wenger could be out of a job at the end of the season.However, Wenger once again finds himself vilified by Arsenal fans after the Gunners slumped to sixth place, crashed out of the FA Cup at Nottingham Forest and succumbed to a tame League Cup final loss against Manchester City Sunday.Arsenal Thursday suffered a second chastening 3-0 defeat to Pep Guardiola's league leaders in just five days and Wenger admitted confidence at the club was low.
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