25 Apr '11, 1am

Football: Wenger shoulders blame after Arsenal's title bid crashes: BOLTON: Arsene Wenger shouldered the blame a...

Football: Wenger shoulders blame after Arsenal's title bid crashes: BOLTON: Arsene Wenger shouldered the blame a...

BOLTON: Arsene Wenger shouldered the blame after admitting that Arsenal's title chances had all but vanished following defeat to Bolton. Wenger said his team's hopes of avoiding a sixth successive season without a trophy were "minimal" after a 2-1 defeat at the Reebok Stadium on Sunday. The result left Arsenal nine points behind Premier League leaders Manchester United with four games remaining. Although Wenger's side, who entertain United at the Emirates Stadium next Sunday, can mathematically finish top, it will require an exceptional set of circumstances for them to overhaul Sir Alex Ferguson's side. Wenger did not mince his words after Tamir Cohen's last minute goal earned Bolton a dramatic victory to all but end Arsenal's season. The Frenchman said his third placed team lacked maturity and experience, but admitted he was to blame for another unsatisfactory season. "Ou...

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