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Published: Wed, March 29, 2017
Sport | By Desiree Waters

West Brom will not ease up after Arsenal win - Robson-Kanu


Arsene Wenger is still taking the hush approach to his future with Arsenal, that's not stopping fans from publicly airing their gripes, some won't be satisfied until they hear the news of a new coach being hired for next season - especially after the club's 3-1 loss to West Brom Saturday, their fourth loss in five Premier League games.

"We have to keep fighting because it's not been pretty for us recently", Oxlade-Chamberlain said, "and I'm sure it's not going to get any easier anytime soon".

After being down with flu and out of action in the last two games, Nigerian global, Alex Iwobi, returned to action for Arsenal on Saturday in the English Premier League.

The Gunners succumbed to their fourth defeat in five Premier League matches at The Hawthorns to leave their hopes of Champions League qualification in the balance.

Wenger has previously said he will make a decision on his future before the end of the campaign and it appears the news will break in the near future.

Harry Redknapp expects Arsene Wenger to call time on his 21-year Arsenal career at the end of the season.

West Brom defender Craig Dawson twice benefitted from abysmal set-piece defending either side of Hal Robson-Kanu punishing poor goalkeeping by David Ospina - on as a substitute for injured Arsenal number one Petr Cech.

"I know what I (will) do".

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Yet widespread reports are now suggesting Wenger has decided he will not walk out on Arsenal at the lowest point in his historic tenure as the club's manager, with his desire to end his story on a high encouraging him to battle on.

"I take a bigger perspective than that".

"We lose game after game at the moment and that for me is much more important than my future".

"Anyway we've no other way than fighting and doing it until the last game of the season and if it is not good enough we have to take the consequences and maybe one day if we don't do it, people will enjoy it again to be in there".

Albion manager Tony Pulis said: "We had a meeting on Monday with the players".

Arsenal face Manchester City away from home at the start of April and a huge improvement is needed if anything positive is to come from that match- and all we can do is identify the things we learned from this horror result.

"The manager has said he wants us to work even harder now we're at that 40-point mark".

"We're certainly not taking our foot off the pedal", the Wales worldwide told the club's website.

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