Arsene Wenger walks out of interview after Arsenal's loss at Tottenham

Eric Dier and Kieran Gibbs battle for possession

Still, it’s a little difficult to say what set Arsene off in this instance. The Sky interviewer was pressing him on a number of fronts, trying to get him to admit that Arsenal were the weaker side, and asking whether finishing behind Spurs for the first time in his tenure as manager of Arsenal hurt him personally. Wenger didn’t seem to take the bait, but maybe got frustrated having to talk about why his team was crap today.

Arsene’s job is very much in jeopardy after a long career with the Gunners, and today’s loss to Spurs won’t do anything to appease the large percentage of Gooner faithful that want him gone.
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