McPhillips rues red card after Blackpool threaten Arsenal in Carabao Cup

McPhillips rues red card after Blackpool threaten Arsenal in Carabao Cup

McPhillips rues red card after Blackpool threaten Arsenal in Carabao Cup

Arsene Wenger says taking charge of a Premier League club would be "odd" after teasing a return to management early next year.

Arsenal got back to winning ways after beating Blackpool 2-1 at the Emirates in the Carabao Cup.

Real Madrid are now seeking a new boss and Wenger is one of most fancied names, according to bookmakers.

"Back then, I could never have imagined I'd be here one day, but it was always a dream of mine and you have to try and follow them".

"The most important for me with Aaron - I spoke with him last week - is his spirit, his quality, his performance", Emery said. "I want Arsenal to be happy and to win football games".

Under new manager Unai Emery, Arsenal are now fourth in the table, just four points behind Premier League leaders and reigning champions Manchester City, despite losing their first two league games this term.


As well as being his first for the club, the goal also earned Lichtsteiner a minor record by making him the oldest Arsenal player (34 years, 288 days) to score in nearly 10 years.

"I am a supporter".

After losing their first two games under Emery, Arsenal have shown signs of being ready to challenge for a top-four spot again in the Premier League.

"We are looking for the confidence in each goalkeeper".

"When there was interest again past year, I was very interested in coming to Liverpool straight away in my head, but you also have to see what the plan for you is and how you will fit into it". "I felt I worked very hard for this club, I dedicated my whole life for this club to be in good shape when I leave it".

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