Stand up and be heard! Or be silent like Stan and enjoy more of the same. by KM
Well I mean, it’s becoming ever so harder to come back with an article for this site that looks on the football terms of things, when it’s so obvious the problem is not with the eleven players on the pitch. Honestly I am so happy I am not watching the games, because I’d just want to cry out of the hopeless way I feel.
This really cannot continue any more. There are just a few home games left, but we need to say something. Figure out what is the best way to express ourselves, but unless we do it, this will continue for god knows how long. Wenger is the best manager on words, but on actions that actually count, he’s as good as done.
Why can’t we put up banners to sack Arsene, like Newcastle did with Pardew? Can’t we leave the stadium 20 minutes early like Liverpool fans did? I remember Dortmund players having to explain to the fans of the bad results, and in the end Klopp who gave Dortmund back their glory days left. Why can’t Arsene do it?
Because Arsenal is all he has. He split with his wife because he is so obsessed with the power he has at Arsenal. He is Arsenal. Theoretically he is not, but practically he is. The word dictator is the only one I can accurately apply, because I cannot find a suitable replacement.
I don’t want to insult anyone, because Arsene still has lots of fans, but taking no action means we’re leaving the ship to go with the flow, until it reaches a waterfall and a grand downfall crash comes next. And no, the people who want Arsene to leave are not Spurs fans, because I read statements like that, which are just hilarious.
It is just that if we don’t take action, we’ll be just like Arsene, waiting for a miracle to happen – and it means that we deserve him and he’s the right man in charge for us. Someone has to spark a change of fortune. Unless it’s us I think that 12 years of first hand experience has taught me that it won’t be Arsene or the board.
If Arsene really wanted to take responsibility he would’ve left, because he is part of the problem, but in no circumstances is he the solution. Look, Klopp left Dortmund, Hiddink left Chelsea back in 2009 despite finishing strong. Remy Garde asked to leave Villa, because he became part of the problem. Neil Warnock left Crystal Palace because he felt he’d lost the dressing room.
Which top club will take Arsene and his failures? He’ll be demanding another 3 year contract extension and if he gets it than I’ll just stop watching the games. Boycott the manager and the board in every way I know, because this is an insult to all of us. After all, without us fuelling Stan’s ranches and Arsene’s miserable salary of 8 million pounds, Arsenal will be good for nothing.
If our voice does not become so loud that the skies could hear it, it means we deserve the man we have in charge. Think for yourselves if you want to be part of changing the Arsenal’s fortunes or leaving it in the hands of Arsene?