Arsene devalued winning and now he devalues the excitement of the game. by Konstantin Mitov
You see, comments like “I don’t understand that debate. Our job is to perform as long as we are here. I do not understand this kind of anxiety, it is absolutely denying what a professional guy is about.”, highlight exactly what’s wrong with having Arsene here. Sanchez has ambition. He tried to install it here, but he hit himself in the Wenger wall and stopped caring, because Chelsea, PSG and Juve would be just a few in line to snap him up.
The sorry excuse for a “manager” dismisses the Alexis situation, just like he dismissed the fans by saying “It’s good they can waste their day like that”. I would rather say that this is actually caring about the club, unlike Wenger and the board who care only about money. Fans protest before every game, they hire planes and they go to the training ground. It should be a signal that something is not right and if we had anybody with any sort of ambition running this FC, this would’ve been sorted out.
The season is not over, but every bad result from now on will erase our pretty thin top 4 chances and Wenger will dismiss it like it’s nothing again. The more criticism he gets, the more Arsene locks up in his own world of madness and it seems like the more he’s questioned, the more he believes what he does is right.
For me the protests are 3 years behind, because he should’ve left in 2014, but nevertheless, fan opinion is doing a good job. The issue is being addressed and finally people are pointing the finger at the person responsible for this. Even if he gets the deal, we should keep protesting, because things will not get better. Admit it. There were a lot of people telling me, judge him in May and that was every season, not just this one and back then Wenger had all the tools to build a good squad.
Now he’s a thing of the past. The fossil at the history museum. He’s a dead man walking. Something with no real purpose, just existing there and nobody cares to put it back in it’s place. Change has become the forbidden word at Arsenal. We’ve not seen it since we moved to the Emirates.
Change doesn’t equal success and I don’t expect someone to walk in on a team likely to finish 6th or 7th and transform us into a title winning squad. If we had given 100 million to a capable man last year though I would’ve been more optimistic, but nevertheless, let’s put the man out of his misery.
The club is ultimately the fans and we are divided. But if we unite against him, he’ll be gone. Give him what Pardew got at Newcastle. Every fan holding a Wenger out banner. He is finished! His legacy is finished, his pride is finished, hopefully we’ll help his contract get finished and then we can start fresh.