Soccer Football - Premier League - Arsenal vs Manchester City - Emirates Stadium, London, Britain - March 1, 2018 Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger looks dejected. REUTERS/David Klein
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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says he is not in denial about the Premier League club's faltering campaign, believing that the north London outfit are worse off than last season.Wenger has drawn widespread criticism from supporters and pundits as Arsenal lie sixth in the table on 45 points, a staggering 30 points behind league leaders Manchester City after 28 matches.Arsenal were comfortably beaten twice in five days by Man City, starting with the League Cup final followed by a league defeat last Thursday, leading to increased calls for the north London club's long-serving boss to end his 22-year reign.
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