Leicester City are closing on an unlikely Premier League title win at present, and big mouth Piers Morgan has claimed that Arsene Wenger should quit because of it.
The Frenchman will have been the Arsenal boss for 20 years this summer, and has guided his side to lift nine domestic titles, excluding the six Community Shield wins.
Piers Morgan is leading the #WengerOut brigade at present, and is calling for the boss to quit from his role, using any excuse as ammunition. The Arsenal shareholder is now citing him to quit out of ’embarrassment’, due to being 11 points behind league leaders Leicester City, which is just pure ludicrous.
The outspokern Morgan tweeted: ‘Arsenal now 11pts behind Leicester.
If I were Wenger, I’d quit out of pure embarrassment. #afc‘.
On that evidence, every manager bar Tottenham’s Mauricio Pochettino should hang their heads in shame and walk away from their clubs, but in the real world, the Foxes have been amazing all season, and deserve to be topping the table this year.
Claudio Ranieri’s side have lost only three matches (two of which were to Arsenal), have scored an impressive 55 league goals (only two less that Tottenham who have the highest return), and have the goalkeeper with the joint-most clean sheets this term.
If losing out to a team who look deserved winners of the title is shameful, then we live in a shameful world! The only thing Arsene Wenger should learn from the current season is, what we have been telling him all along, that we need a world class striker to lead the team, as Jamie Vardy and Harry Kane have been instrumental in their side’s push to win the league, much in the way that Diego Costa fired Chelsea to the title last season.
The French boss should not be pressured because of the Blues unlikely dominance this term, but he should feel pressured to invest properly in the coming transfer window.
I don’t even want to ask you whether you agree with Mr Morgan’s views on Arsene Wenger, but I do want to know which strikers out there could help us rectify our goalscoring problem. Could Higuain be the answer, or does it simply have to be Zlatan Ibrahimovic?