Arsene Wenger Brilliantly Breaks Down Why Arsenal Should Be Considered Title Challengers

Arsene Wenger Brilliantly Breaks Down Why Arsenal Should Be Considered Title Challengers

  • Legendary Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has maintained that the Gunners have what it takes to win the Premier League this season
  • According to Wenger, the lack of a dominating team this term could give Arsenal the much-needed edge to lift the title
  • The north Londoners are currently topping the standings with 18 points, a point ahead of second-placed Man City and Tottenham Hotspur, who sit third

Arsene Wenger has once again reiterated that Arsenal are strong Premier League title challengers this season.

The Gunners are yet to taste Premier League glory for more than two decades, with the last time they did being during the 2003/04 season under the tutelage of Wenger.

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Arsenal players celebrate during the Premier League match between AFC Bournemouth and Arsenal FC at Vitality Stadium. Photo by Alex Davidson.
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However, the side's scintillating start to the new season has seen many suggest they could cart home the title.

The north Londoners have picked an encouraging 18 points from seven matches, a haul that has them sitting on the summit of the standings.

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Arsene Wenger explains why Arsenal are title challengers

Wenger, who led Arsenal to three Premier League titles during his 22-year reign, has maintained that his former side are in a pole position to rival Man City and Liverpool for the crown.

According to the legendary French manager, the lack of a dominating team in the English top-flight this season could give Arsenal an edge in the title race.

"I would say that they have a good chance this season [to compete for the title] because I don’t see any super-dominating team," Wenger told Sky Sports.
"I believe that there’s a good opportunity this season to do it," he added.

Source: Sports Brief News