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Arsene Wenger – The Good, The Bad…..and the alternatives

Should this be Arsene Wenger’s last season at Arsenal FC? by PH

There may be no greater opportune moment to snatch an elusive Premier League title than the current season… when Chelsea completely stuttered under Jose Mourinho, when Manchester United’s problems are not simply a question of management, when Manchester City struggle with motivation knowing Manuel Pellegrini will not be there in a matter of months and when the winning formula continues to escape Liverpool.

Arsenal great slams Wenger and suggests Spurs for EPL title

I hope that the former Arsenal captain and defensive rock is wrong but I fear that Tony Adams could be right in his assessment of what Arsene Wenger has been getting wrong recently and why our quest for the Premier League title this season could falter once again.

Arsenal boss gets BIG credit from new star – And he should know

Arsenal have been accused of having various and numerous weaknesses over the last 10 years or so and the fact that we have not been able to win the Premier League trophy in all that time has encouraged Arsenal fans and the football media alike to find the reasons why.

‘Hector Bellerin wasn’t ready for Arsenal first team’

The young Spaniard Hector Bellerin was forced into the Gunners senior side last season due to the injury problems of Matthieu Debuchy and the inconsistencies of Calum Chambers, and it seems that the Arsenal defensive coach Steve Bould thought it was too early for the lad, according to the Gunners legend Lee Dixon.

Arsenal Debate – Chambers to be the top class centre back to replace Vermaelen?

Arsene Wenger has already stated that one of the main reasons behind the transfer of Calum Chambers to Arsenal was the versatility of the young Englishman. But in his first two games as a Gunner this weekend, Wenger deployed his new player in the centre of defence, so could this end up being his main position?

Arsenal boss expecting a fight! But NOT with Pardew!!

Arsene Wenger may be seen as one of the more intelligent and thoughtful characters in football management, but the Arsenal boss has been known to lose his rag on the touchline, argue with officials and rival managers and lose his generally calm demeanour.

Wenger uncertainty could ruin Arsenal transfer plans

It seems as if everything is up in the air concerning Arsene Wenger and his future as the manager of Arsenal Football Club. And whatever happens at the end of the season, I am worried that all this uncertainty could have an adverse effect on our transfer business this summer.