Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has told Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas that it's his turn now to face a crisis.
Arsenal leapfrogged Chelsea for the fourth position after beating Sunderland 2-1 and Chelsea losing to Everton 2-0 on Saturday.
"The crisis in England is a bit like fire, it moves quickly from one club to another. We can't consider too much if it's us or Chelsea who suffers," The Sun quoted Wenger, as saying.
Villas-Boas is under tremendous pressure to save his job after reports emerged that Chelsea players had slammed his tactics during a meeting. But Arsenal also faces a crunch week ahead as they face a Champions League trip to AC Milan tonight followed by an FA Cup visit to Sunderland.
Wenger warned his team over complacency and said: "We must be cautious, this crisis can quickly come back to us in a strong wind. We paid a heavy price for our start but it''s not impossible to catch the top three."
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