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Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger cancels Swansea presser & club silent on social media [Best tweets]
- March 23, 2014
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger didn’t show up to his post match press conference after being handed a 6-0 beating by Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea.
No Arsenal players have tweeted since the game and the official Arsenal Twitter account has been silent too.
On Sunday it was announced Arsene Wenger had cancelled his pre-match press conference ahead of the Premier League clash with Swansea.
With all the silence, Twitter began to speculate and rumours grew of Wenger’s impending retirement.
Here are some of the best tweets on the lockdown at Arsenal.
Arsenal cancel Monday press conference and their players blocked from talking to the media. Will Wenger sign this new contract now? #AFC
— Kevin Palmer (@kpsundayworld) March 23, 2014
Wenger not doing press conference tomorrow ahead of Swansea. Instead, Arsenal will make quotes available. Not like him. Usually fronts up.
— Ian Ridley (@IanRidley1) March 23, 2014
The fact that Wenger's press conference is cancelled, @Arsenal haven't tweeted all day and neither have any players suggests all is not rosy
— Stuart Murphy (@stuart_murphy) March 23, 2014
Wenger cancelled today's press conference. No tweets from official account. Media black out. Something's up.
— iHeartArsenal (@illuminat1i) March 23, 2014
No press conference tomorrow and rumor has it that Wenger is retiring at the end of the season.
— ArsenalInsight (@arsenal_insight) March 23, 2014
Hearing rumours that there will be a press conference this afternoon. Lots of people think Wenger could announce his retirement.
— Rhys Ivey (@AFCRhys) March 23, 2014
This is all nonsense the Wenger retiring thing. Press conference on a Sunday evening? Doesn't make sense.
— #49 (@SeniAFC) March 23, 2014
No interviews, tweets, press conferences, nothing at Arsenal. And rumours that Wenger's announcing retirement. #Crisis
— (@InsideThierry) March 23, 2014
Arsenal got drilled so hard. Wenger didn't even turn up for the press conference and cancelled tomorrows one.