Almost one third of all seats at the Emirates have been empty at recent home Premier League matches, with Arsenal languishing in sixth place and already out of the battle for a top-four spot. Wenger, at his press conference today, fails to recognize a problem (s).
Wenger also spoke on his future at the club.
And as a result the Arsenal boss insists that their league match against West Ham this weekend is effectively being used as a warm-up for Thursday night's Europa League semi final.
Arsenal supporters' liaison officer Mark Brindle said: "We know our match in Madrid is already shaping up to be an expensive one for our supporters with the early May Bank Holiday increasing travel costs".
Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger, has named Pep Guardiola and Sean Dyche as the two standout choices to win the Premier League Manager of the Year award this season. For us, it's the biggest priority now.
"We must once again show our desire and try to fight for our victory, because this is the most important point of the season and we are hungry for trophies". "It's very hard to explain why because until last season, we were one of the best teams in terms of the away record", he said.
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'I think as well that it is a tradition of English football to have that and overall I must say it is much better.
Close to 19 Arsenal players on Wednesday night, April 18, visited London's Barracuda building with the Gunners stars meeting in a private room.
Vieira won three Premier League, FA Cup and FA Community Shield titles during his time at Arsenal. 'The atmosphere is much better when people stand.
"You have more tourists at the games than real fans and we must understand than we need real fans in the stadium at prices that they can afford".
The Arsenal youngster's second loan spell at the Dutch second-tier outfit ends this season.