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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has had a right go at his team following their sub-standard performance losing at home to Greek side Olympiacos on Tuesday evening, telling his players during a heated training session at Colney that their poor work rate and attitude was just not good enough.



Usually the day back from a match is a time where players are allowed to talk openly about what went right or in this case wrong, but instead they all sat there in silence as Wenger read them the riot act in the hope that it would have them ready to face Manchester United on Sunday at the Emirates.



The Frenchman did however stick to his philosophy of not singling out players blaming the team rather than individuals for the poor performance against a team which on paper at least they should have beaten quite easily.



Time will tell if his tough stance has done the job, but with their Champions League hope now hanging by a thin thread, the last thing they need is another home defeat against a Premier League title rival.