Should Arsene Wenger go? by KJ
It’s been an extremely disappointing season so far. We are 4 points off the chase for 4th place and we’ve been kicked out of the two domestic cup competitions against lower league opposition (Bradford and Blackburn Rovers) and we even failed to qualify first out of the group stages. There are massive questions over Wenger’s ability to push Arsenal to where they deserve to be.
I’ve noticed that this season, Wenger is making far more mistakes than usual. He failed to tactically overcome small teams like Norwich, Villa, Swansea etc. as well as failing with his substitutions (famously being too late to make an impact during the match). .......Read the full article here
Wenger is our manger for as long as he wants to be by JG
The media, fan sites and phone-in radio programmes, from every caller from Arsenal’s devoted fan base are all are missing two important reasons why Mr Wenger will still be at our club next year.
Reason one: Mr. Wenger has always remarked that he never resigns on a contract and always sees it through to the end.
Reason two: The board will never sack Mr. Wenger, you do not build a statue and bust of a manager then sack him. .......Read the full article here
Adam Kemp – Time to say goodbye to Arsene Wenger after another unbelievable result!
Arsenal has not won a single piece of silverware under Wenger since 2005 and the trophy drought will almost certainly continue. Arsene Wenger cannot look at this result as a one off as we have been dumped out of two cups by lower league opposition. Arsene Wenger is a complete joke as he cannot shape a team capable of delivering consistent performances. To assess our results this season is all competitions confirms that we are struggling to compete with the top teams. Arsenal have lost and drawn far too many games that in years gone by were a simple formality. Since our move to the Emirates we have progressively weakened the team and the only man to blame is the coach. .......Read the full article here
When Arsenal lost 2-1 to Barcelona in the Champions League final back in 2006 I was in tears. This was the first and only game that I succumbed to visual anguish; expect today was the second time ever that I cried over a defeat. The disappointment and anguish I have felt today will take a very long time to forget. I almost wish I was not an Arsenal fan and supported the likes of Peterborough United. At least with those clubs the expectations are realistic where success is a bonus. We were outclassed, outplayed and humiliated across the park. Did this result honestly surprise any of you? This result almost flattered Arsenal as it could have been double figures for United. Arsene Wenger has yet again failed tactically to deliver some kind of performance from the Arsenal. .......Read the full article here