Irritation from Arsene Wenger for Loss to Swansea

At the moment Olivier Giroud seemed like saying goodbye to the football fans of club Arsenal, Arsene Wenger ignored to conceal his irritation on the Gunner’s 3-1 defeat to Swansea. The one-goal advantage was offset by the loss, causing club Swansea getting out of the last three teams for the first time during three months. The footballer Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang would have planned to sign the Arsenal prior to the deadline of Wednesday night. Nevertheless, the loss caused the team eight-point farther from the fourth place. In the last 15 minutes, Giroud would like to end the spell with Arsenal after five and a half year. Chelsea may become the last stop of his football playing career.

It is not a wise decision to concede the goal. And they cannot utter a reasonable explanation for the manner we kicked the ball. He also remarked the second goal of Swansea. The second goal was from a Shkodran Mustafi back pass and a scuffed Petr Cech clearance direct to Jordan Ayew. He was angry at the poor strategy of his players. When they walked one step further towards the expected club record on Tuesday, Aubameyang stay at the training ground of club Arsenal in London while Giroud is start to move to Stamford Bridge for reported £18 million. It is the win that Swansea can get rid of the ranks in last three teams from Nov. 4, 2017. From took the place of Paul Clement, the new manager Carlos Carvalhal has won ten goals in five league matches. Nowadays, his team has won several games in a row. When it refers to the manager Carlos Carvalhal, many football fans are familiar with the person for his spell in Portugal national football team. As a professional football player born in Braga, Portugal, Carlos Carvalhal has represented the football team in his hometown – S.C. He experienced the prime in his football playing career in 1987-88 season, playing 34 football matches and being capped for seven games. After ended the term, Carvalhal became a footballer of FC Porto. Although he was released one year later, he represented the football club in the next nine season until his retirement.

After ended his football playing career, he transferred to coach the Segunda Liga club Espinho, and he was sacked in the second year. In 2002, he turned to be the coach the third-division team in the country. With the direction of Carvalhal, Leixões S.C entered into the final of the Taça de Portugal. But unfortunately, he seemed stumbled in his coach career. He was fired after poor performances of his team. Finally, he experienced his prime in coach career with Setúbal in 2007-08 season. He go back to university for further education with Rui Faria, and received further education for UEFA Pro Licence.

He ended his spell with the club for poor performances in the lower half consent. The footballer was forced to leave West Ham for the sake of disciplinary problems.

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