Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has hinted at his unhappiness with the club’s end-of-season fixture list.
The Gunners lost ground on leaders Manchester United at the weekend, only managing a draw with Blackburn Rovers a couple of hours after the Red Devils had fought back to beat West Ham.
Wenger’s men will again play after United next weekend, when they face Blackpool, and the Frenchman appears angry that his team will continually play catch-up over the final few weeks of the season with none of their remaining games taking place on a Saturday.
Wenger said: “There are a lot of things going on which I don't want to talk about.
“I have been here for 15 years, I know how things work, I want to be completely neutral, like I have to be
“I am not involved in any decision. I do not do the schedule. I look when do we play? It is on Sunday until the end of the season.
“But I do not want to speak about anything else like we look for an excuse about our performance.
“We have not been good enough, which is the main information of the Blackburn game, and we have to worry about being better in our next game.
“I have no influence on the fixtures, the referees, not on anything else here.
“Now we want to focus on our next game and show we are good enough.”