London, Apr. 28: Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has said that every game is kill or be killed as the club fights to ensure a top-four finish in the Premier League and qualify for the Champions League.
Wenger, whose side faces Newcastle United in their upcoming Premier League clash, said that it is easier to be calm in September than in March because every game is kill or be killed, adding that this period of the season one feels much more under pressure as a manager.
According to The Guardian, Wenger said that currently it is one, two, three games to go and when one looks at the table, at the bottom and at the top, everybody plays a bit of Russian roulette.
Arsenal reportedly need two wins from their remaining three Premier League fixtures to ensue a top-four finish in the league.
Meanwhile with Wenger’s counterpart at Newcastle, Alan Pardew, returning to the touchline after completing a seven-match ban for head-butting Hull City midfielder David Meyler on 1 March, the Frenchman feels that the Newcastle boss would be a reformed character, the report added. (ANI)