Arsenal's Premier League title 'dream' will be officially be over if they lose to West Brom tonight

The Gunners last won the trophy back in 2004

James Orr
Thursday 21 April 2016 13:20
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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger reacts in his dugout
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger reacts in his dugout

Arsene Wenger has stopped dreaming about it, and lose to West Brom at the Emirates tonight it will become a reality - Arsenal will officially not be able to win the Premier League this season.

The Gunners, who last picked up the trophy in 2004, will be an unassailable 13 points behind leaders Leicester City with four games to play.

After a tame performance against Crystal Palace which ended in a 1-1 draw, Wenger said he was no longer "dreaming" about winning the title.

"Honestly after the game today I am not in that kind of mood to dream about the championship, I am more in the kind of mood to repair the mental damage and prepare for the next game,” Arsenal’s manager said.

“It is much more about that and to look behind us because everybody is playing well and winning games. For us it could be a fight until the end to get the place in the top four. If we can do more, we will do more but let’s not dream and focus on the next game.”

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