Arsenal give up title race after humiliating loss

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Arsenal give up title race after humiliating loss
10th November 2014

Arsenal lost in a humiliating 2-1 defeat against Swansea City after the North London club threw away a 1-0 lead.

It continues the disappointing start Arsenal have made to the season. The loss means the club have effectively given up the title race. It brings into question the recent buys the club made. 

Arsène Wenger continues his personal approach toward the game which, while it has bought him great success in the past, is beginning to frustrate many fans. Glaring omissions, which appear avoidable from the outside, continue to be made - which is asking many to question the tactics of the team. 

Tim also chats through the Spurs loss at home to Stoke city and the time needed for the team to get back to full strength as they continue to recover from last season. 
 

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