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BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
3 Man City 19 7 9 64
4 Arsenal 18 10 7 64
5 Man Utd 17 8 9 59
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Arsenal's Arsene Wenger: 'Overboard' to criticise Gunners' lack of titles

The ESPN FC crew respond to Arsene Wenger's statement that he and his Arsenal staff 'are moving the club the right way'.
Arsene Wenger says dropped points at home to the Premier League's lower teams spoiled Arsenal's title hopes.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes there is a 'personal agenda' to manipulate the club's fans.

Arsene Wenger has revealed that Arsenal were only given a loan to build the Emirates Stadium after he promised the banks to stay on as manager for five years, and says it's "a bit overboard" to criticise him for not having won the league since then.

Wenger is under heavy pressure as Arsenal wrap up a trophy-less season, with a fan protest planned at the Emirates during Saturday's game against Norwich.

The Frenchman is in his 20th season at the club but won his last of three Premier League titles...

Arsene Wenger blasts Arsenal critics, slams 'permanent tribunal' in media

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes there is a 'personal agenda' to manipulate the club's fans.
Arsene Wenger says dropped points at home to the Premier League's lower teams spoiled Arsenal's title hopes.

LONDON -- Arsene Wenger says some of Arsenal's critics are only interested in getting attention on Twitter, and that the media has become a "permanent tribunal" that focuses too much on the negative.

Wenger also rejected the notion that Arsenal need major renewal after his 20 years in charge, saying "a good pass is better than a fresh idea."

Wenger is back under heavy pressure this week after two Arsenal supporter groups announced plans for a protest during Saturday's game against Norwich to show...

ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson

The Premier League's battle for Champions League qualification

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Tommy Smyth are back at it again with their Premier League predictions.
The ESPN FC panel discuss Arsenal's hopes of finishing in the top four and if that makes their season a success.

The Premier League gets four places in the Champions League, with the top three going direct to the group stage and the fourth entering in the final qualifying round.

So far this season, only Leicester City have secured their place at the top table, for the first time, and they are on course to be one of the seeds along with the champions of six other leagues, as well as the holders.

Here are the English clubs still in contention to qualify for next season's competition.

Tottenham Hotspur (2nd;...