Gazidis has to step in with a change proposal or resign. by Konstantin Mitov
With Arsene having little to no friends left, he still has one thing going for him – he earns money for a greedy owner, that’s all he really has. Pundits and former players have all pointed the finger at Wenger and most of the fans have done too, but bear in mind Wenger firmly believes he can change it.
I don’t think it’s possible, but what does Arsenal CEO Ivan Gazidis think? There was much talk of a Director of Football, which was mocked by Wenger. If I was Gazidis I would resign after such a cheap shot. This means either Ivan bent the knee or Kroenke overruled the decision.
Either way I’d resign if in his place. Gazidis can get a good offer if he leaves, why is he staying? For money? The players with potential offers are abandoning ship. They can see through the lies. The past 5 years have been shambolic from Wenger but he’s always managed to turn a corner just enough so people stick with him. Will he do it now?
No way, and Ian Wright was 100% spot on on his debate with Redknapp at Sky. Go watch it out as it says everything out loud. Even fans of other teams now agree that Wenger’s gotta go. But going back to the players, reports suggest players inside the dressing room are unhappy with Sanchez and want him gone and as good a player as he is, I’d sell him.
In order to improve results, we must unite, but this will not happen with Wenger. We kept Bellerin from Barcelona and he’s most likely thinking to himself “what the hell am I doing here playing left wing back”? Petr Cech has seen managers come and go at Chelsea, but success has always been there, he’s probably also asking questions.
As far as rumours said, Wenger was quiet in the dressing room after such a hammering, I’d be furious! People don’t understand they are playing for Arsenal. We’ve given the number 10 shirt worn by Dennis Bergkamp to Jack Wilshere who god knows when played last for the first team?
Everything is wrong and the amount of negativity is incredible. The reason changing a manager gives an instant morale boost is because it sends a clear message that someone is taken accountable for the bad things happening. The source of the problem is leaving and players are like “alright” he is gone, fresh ideas and a new approach are coming in, let’s pull it together and start fresh.
I say it now, Arsene will not make it past this season. I’m predicting 7th place and if that’s the price for him going, I’m willing to pay it. This is years in the making and it will take years to clear out his mess, but it has to start somewhere. The transfer windows in the past 5 years have been a true disaster. Who would leave it to the last day to realise your best player, who hasn’t signed a new contract all year, will not sign one now and wants out?
Pathetic and disgusting but please do not spit on Raheem Sterling if he comes the other way around, because it’s the best we can get off a deal like that. Getting 50 million means more money for a ranch somewhere in the USA, I’d rather get a player with potential, even if it means having another Theo Walcott, we’re already on a profit, I want players coming in.
The few days left of the transfer window are a nightmare. We’ve messed it up beyond repair and Wenger has to pay the price. Just imagine what happens if we don’t beat Bournemouth and if I’m Eddie Howe, I’d be like “This is the best chance I’ll ever get to beat Arsenal”.
Things will only ever start to turn for the better when the source of the problem goes away and we all know who that is. Hopefully the CEO will put his foot down this time or leave.