The Premier League is the richest, bestest (not a word), fanciest, blingiest (also not a word), most-watched, most hyped domestic football competition in the world. It’s the Big League football league, it has all the best players and knows all the best words.
So why do its teams suck so hard when it comes to Europe? Why are three of its four participants already out of the Champions League before we’ve reached the quarterfinals?
Arsenal fans have had enough of Arsene Wenger and his nonsense, what with the finishing in the EPL top four and making the Champions League knockout stage year after year. They want a little excitement. They want Wenger out.
Unfortunately, this is the way they are going about voicing their displeasure:
There is a banner that says 'Wexit'. This is not a drill. pic.twitter.com/WLpWox21e6
The vitriol of the Arsenal fans was palpable in the build up to the Gunners' Champions League exit at the hands of Bayern Munich on Tuesday. For the better part of the last decade there has been a rift between the Arsenal faithful as to whether manager Arsene Wenger should stay or leave and the voice of the "Wenger out" faction has now reached a crescendo.
Going into the second leg of a Champions League match down 1-5 against mighty Bayern Munich isn’t ideal. But Theo Walcott and Arsenal got an early goal in the 20th minute that gave them a glimmer of hope.
Nicklas Bendtner's career has taken many magical turns throughout the years (many of them involving pants), and now he's adding a new chapter: he's on his way to Norway.
Rosenborg har skrevet en 3-årskontrakt med Nicklas Bendtner: https://t.co/mMjjKXsffY— Rosenborg Ballklub (@RBKfotball) March 6, 2017