Iwobi partied day before humiliating defeat to Nottingham Forest


"We had a very hard schedule, many players were on the edge and we play again on Wednesday", Wenger said post match.

In his whole 21 years at Arsenal, Arsene Wenger has never seen his side beaten in the Third Round of the FA Cup before and although he feels very "hurt" by the result, he admits that the team he picked were simply not as good as Nottingham Forest today.

"It's impossible to go out 48 hours before the game. I'm very, very disappointed because I love the cup competitions and unfortunately you jump out of the train now - you can not come back on it and we have to focus on our next game". "When you read what has been reported, it is like he has taken drugs", Wenger added.

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The bad performance against Forest was summed up by the host's first goal. I think I talked about that and that is basically what I think. He's been out at a birthday party. That is of course very important. "I will decide what happens".

Wenger had made nine changes for the trip to the City Ground, but said he will alter his line up again for the first leg of their Carabao Cup semi final against Chelsea on Wednesday.

According to allnigeriansoccer.com, Wenger is confident that Iwobi didn't smoke cannabis and inhale laughing gas, saying: "If your neighbour takes drugs what can you do? You are responsible for your behaviour, not for the behaviour of your neighbour".

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The Arsenal boss believes his side's results have suffered due to injuries, with those unavailable to face Forest still yet to recover from injury as yet. "Five or six were injured, which is detrimental to rotation".

"We take the criticism on board and we want to respond in a positive way. He shouldn't have been up that late before a big game".

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