London: Arsenal's clash with Stoke at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday offers Arsene Wenger with the chance to erase the bitter taste of one of his most testing days as Gunners manager.
Wenger has increasingly found himself under fire from Arsenal supporters in recent seasons but the criticism reached new levels of vitriol after last month's 3-2 defeat at the Britannia Stadium.
The game summed up the inconsistency that has dogged Wenger's side for years and the Frenchman was forced to run a gauntlet of abuse from furious fans when he boarded the club's train home at Stoke station.
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