David Seaman calls for change at Arsenal
Arsenal legend David Seaman has called on Arsene Wenger to consider shifting away from style in favour of substance, with the Gunners seemingly set to go through a sixth season without any silverware.
The Gunners lost vital ground in the Premier League title race when pegged back late on by Liverpool on Sunday. The controversial nature of Dirk Kuyt's penalty in the 12th minute of injury time dominated the post-match talk, but the reality is Arsenal trail Manchester United by six points with six games remaining.
Arsenal are still in the title race, but it is now United's to lose and with the Gunners set to come up short Seamen feels Wenger may need to add some steel to his side's undoubted silk.
"The manager's done great there, but Arsenal is a club that should be winning trophies - when I joined we were expected to win trophies," the former England keeper, who won three league titles with Arsenal, told Sky Sports News.
"The way we did it wasn't the best football in the world, but at the moment Arsenal can play the best football in the world but they don't win anything.
"It's about getting that fine balance of effective football as well as playing some great football."