Arsenal’s out of form winger Theo Walcott thinks that the players must take responsibility, but really, he’s the one who should take the most because his late appearances have simply been below par.
‘The manager will take all the stick,’ he told the Daily Telegraph. ‘He looks after us. He believes in us.
‘As players we need to look at ourselves. We need to take responsibility. The last few games haven’t been good enough.
‘The worst thing is we have a lot of regrets. There are games we could have won. When you go to Swansea and score two goals you should win.’
‘We always like to reflect on the game in the dressing room, even at half-time, sharing our feelings on the game,’ he said.
‘Robin is a great captain who wants to win. He believes in the team and knows the team can do better.’
The problem is that Wenger can’t replace Walcott with anybody better at this time, and perhaps that’s why he can afford to play so badly. Arshavin is also playing poor, Park is not Arsenal material, Chamakh and Gervinho are away for the African Nations Cup and that just leaves Oxlade-Chamberlain to take over, but he’s much more needed than Arshavin so he has to take the Russian’s spot. How do you think would Wenger be able to solve things?