Former Arsenal star Ian Wright has revealed that Arsene Wenger’s managerial reign is nearing its end, whilst slamming fans for disrespecting the Frenchman.
Arsenal shareholder Piers Morgan has claimed that the recent failed protest has just given Arsene Wenger the ammunition to sign a new deal, which is already on the table.
I bet if you asked any Arsenal fan what they thought that Arsene Wenger’s targets are from the beginning of the season, most of us would have a pretty clear idea, but it came as a big surprise to me that Jack Wilshere gave his list as clear as day on Arsenal.com.
Dennis Bergkamp has ruled out any intention to manage at Arsenal in the future, claiming he has no thoughts on becoming anything more than a coach.
The Dutch legend was recently installed as the favourite in the ‘Next Arsenal Manager’ market, and remains as only the third biggest price even today, despite his claims of disinterest in becoming the boss.
The 30 year-old Olivier Giroud has been giving the Arsenal fans nightmares since the New Year, and there are many Gooners that will point to his inability to put the ball in the back of the net as the main reason for us missing out on the title this year.
For weeks and months we have been seeing a lot of Arsenal transfer rumours suggesting that the first deal of the summer for Arsene Wenger could be the capture of the Switzerland international midfield star Granit Xhaka. But the latest stories in the football media have thrown a big question mark over his move to north London.
Santi Cazorla has called for Arsenal to make changes for the new campaign, in order to mount a serious title challenge for the Premier League title.
Banners were held up within the Emirates Stadium this weekend calling for a change in management or the backroom, although that was swiftly followed by chants of ‘there’s only one Arsene Wenger’, which counteracted the supposed protest.
Manchester clubs give Arsene breathing space.by KM
Hello everybody! With Arsenal’s win against Norwich and Uniteds and Citys struggles, we’re close to a top 4 finish, and if we manage not to lose against City we might even be third! According Arsenal standards this is a successful season.