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10 March 2018, 12:59 | Marlene Fleming
Alan Smith joined Alex Scott to discuss Arsenal's 2-1 defeat to Brighton at the Amex stadium
Meanwhile, Sean Dyche is well thought of at Arsenal as he closes in on a top ten Premier League finish with Burnley.
Arsenal have reportedly received an injury setback ahead of their Europa League round of 16 first-leg versus AC Milan.
Wenger may have multiple Premier League titles and FA Cup crowns under his belt, but he is struggling to inspire a side that have now suffered four successive defeats across all competitions and eight losses in their last 13 fixtures.
Wright has said that he would be content with Arsenal finishing lower than sixth if it means that they win the Europa League and achieve Champions League qualification via that route.
However, according to The Mirror, the move was taken as a precaution as the right-back had a tight hamstring, and he now appears to have been hampered by a knee problem, which he had sustained earlier in the season.
Identifying a successor has been tricky, with many names touted, one of which has been the club's record goalscorer, Henry, who was forthright when asked if he is prepared to walk into the lion's den.
Another option is Mikel Arteta who is succeeding with Pep Guardiola's Manchester City side, while coaching staff roles for the likes of Dennis Bergkamp, Robert Pires and Martin Keown surely make sense at a time when Arsenal look devoid of creativity, defensive nous and the ability to score. They have interested owners whose line of communication to the fans has been to hire a club legend.
"At the moment, my future is not my main worry", said Wenger after the Brighton defeat. What happens out there will tell us what we can do.
Taking everything into consideration, I think that AC Milan will win this game.
"When I arrived at Arsenal, they said to me, 'Why are you outside of the box, you will never score goals?' with my position being on the left or whatever it was".
Sure, they've gotten embarrassed twice trying to play open attacking football against Manchester City, but who hasn't?
At 68 years old, Wenger is not going to be in for another 20 year project, but he could absolutely set the stage for this modern big spending Everton to transition into a team that does more than sit back and hope the other team doesn't score. They've managed to keep the clean sheet in the previous six games, and it seems like the manager Gennaro Gattuso is slowly building up his team's form since he took the helm.
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And I bet most people confess that they'll find themselves glued to the TV when there's a royal wedding or something similar. George's Chapel, the 15th century church on the grounds of Windsor Castle - long the backdrop of choice for royal occasions.