It's not mission impossible: We can beat United, insists Arsenal boss

05 May 2009 12:54
Arsene Wenger insists tonight's Champions League semi-final second leg against Manchester United is not a 'mission impossible'.[LNB]Arsenal must overturn a 1-0 deficit from Old Trafford to progress to the final in Rome on May 27, but the Gunners boss thinks his team can do it in style.[LNB]The Gunners boss said: 'I believe we will make it. We have a good opportunity to enjoy it, we have a good opportunity to play the football we love. [LNB][LNB] Positive: Arsene Wenger is convinced his side can deliver the goods tonight[LNB]'No matter what happens I believe this team will make a big impact in the game and that is what we want to continue to develop.[LNB]'When we've beaten them at home in the Premier League there havebeen plenty of opportunities, and I don't think that would change mybelief at all if they score.'[LNB]Wenger also praised his young team's improvement over the course of the campaign.[LNB]At Christmas Arsenal were in danger of missing out on a ChampionsLeague spot to Aston Villa, but a 21-game unbeaten run in the topflight has got their season back on track.[LNB]They are now 10 points clear of Villa in fourth place with three games left. [LNB]The Gunners also reached the semi-final of the FA Cup, losing 2-1 to Chelsea at Wembley.[LNB]Wenger said: 'The progress this team have made since the start ofthe season has been remarkable. There's no mission impossible for us.' [LNB] Arsenal striker Emmanuel Adebayor risks the wrath of Arsenal won't be gunning for United striker Rooney, claims club legend Winterburn ARSENAL FC

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