The Arsenal majority shareholder Stan Kroenke has been a great fan of Wenger and has admitted that it was the Frenchman’s philosophy which first attracted him to the club in the first place.
What just happened? Exciting times ahead! by AndersS
As a “Wenger Out” supporter for years, I have honestly been perplexed that Wenger wasn’t sacked a long time ago. Several times I thought, for sure he would be sacked. But to my surprise It didn’t happen. Now that he steps down I am very happy but also a little bit taken aback at the significance of it all.
Wenger’s like will never be seen again by Terry Barry
The main reason I decided to support the Arsenal 20 years ago was because of my huge admiration and love for the sort of football he created – Wengerball.
Jon Fox was right!!! by Neil Watson
All of you who doubted him!! Jon Fox knew!! I wrote last week that our new signings would have known he was going, a few of you disagreed but not Jon, he had faith in my words!
So it is finally confirmed that Arsene Wenger will be leaving Arsenal at the end of this campaign…..
BREAKING Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger to leave Arsenal at the end of the season after almost 22 years at the club – won 3 PL titles & a record 7 FA Cups. Live on @bbc5live & @BBCNews fro outside Emirates Stadium immediately #AFC https://t.co/fXjJcz4sU4
Arsene Wenger has seen many thousands of successful and unsuccessful Arsenal players come through their careers and many of them have gone on to be coaches or managers after their playing careers were over. The most notable of course are Tony Adams, Thierry Henry, Denis Bergkamp, Marc Overmars, and the latest to be linked with replacing Wenger is Patrick Vieira.
Arsenal majorly misunderstand the empty seats. by Konstantin Mitov
Hello lovely people! Wenger spoke on his latest press-conference before the West Ham game and as you can imagine, he said a lot of nonsense. There is a major disconnection between the players, board and manager and the fans.
The re-building must begin and Arsenal fans must be patient by D$
I have not been on the ‘Wenger out’ bandwagon until recently but regardless of who the manager is going forward, the focus should be on re-building and development.