Arsene Wenger has hit out at the Premier League for the impending fixture chaos that he feels could hamper Arsenal's chances of glory this term. The Gunners are riding high in The Premiership and are also challenging for honours in the UEFA Champions League and FA Cup, but Wenger has been forced to speak out after learning his side must play four key games in eight days.Arsenal lock horns with bitter rivals Manchester United in the FA Cup on Saturday before tackling Chelsea in the Champions League next Tuesday.Whatever the outcome of those two knockout events, Wenger must raise his side's spirits for Premiership encounters on Good Friday and Easter Sunday against Liverpool and Newcastle respectively.Wenger is without a number of key players and four games in eight days is sure to stretch his resources to the limit."We have tried to have the programme changed," said Wenger. "But the League said: 'that's it'."Originally we were due to play Liverpool on the Saturday and Newcastle on the Monday. That was bad enough but this is worse."The matches against United and Chelsea could go into extra time. Then we play Friday and Sunday - four huge matches in eight days."It is unbelievable and disrespectful."Wenger feels a siege mentality is growing within the corridors of Highbury.The French tactician added: "All it has served to do now is make me and the players even more determined to win every game."We have fought hard to be in the position we are in the league and we are not going to let it go now."
Wenger is a moaning ungrateful c*nt. end of
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