Arsenal midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has reiterated that he accidentally liked a tweet arguing that Arsene Wenger should leave the club.
The mistake came after Arsenal’s loss to Chelsea last weekend, with Arsenal Fan TV tweeting out a link to a video with the title “Wenger needs to go”.
While he has already taken to Twitter to explain himself, he spoke with Sky Sports too to try and put the situation to rest once and for all by insisting that it was a complete error on his part and it wasn’t a view that he shared.
— Sky Football ?? (@SkyFootball) February 11, 2017
The England international added that he had spoken to Wenger about the incident, and it appears both have put it behind them with the focus now on Arsenal bouncing back and securing a positive result against Hull City.
Having now seemingly dropped out of the Premier League title race for another year, the objective will now be to finish in the top four and continue to compete in both the Champions League and FA Cup as the wait goes on to hear what Wenger will do at the end of the season when his current contract expires.
One thing that seems pretty certain now unless he’s a really good liar, is that Oxlade-Chamberlain is not in favour of seeing his current boss leave…