Arsenal must act quickly or lose Jurgen Klopp by KM
While Arsenal sit managerless as Arsene Wenger is a deluded old man and everything but a decent football manager, a certain Jurgen Klopp hass issued his desire to come to the Premier league. While we all know Wenger is incapable of even thinking of change, since he believes blindly in a way of football that just doesn’t work I ask if at least the board is thinking rationally.
Arsenal and Wenger has been a happy marriage for both parties, that has doomed the fans for 10 years straight. It’s perfect, Wenger gets his wish for power, he is Arsenal football club from top to bottom, while the owners get their money. So why’s there a reason to care any decent side will beat Arsenal with ease by exploiting mistakes we’ve repeated for 10 years in a row, which will never be fixed ?
Is there a catch in this? Is there blind hope that the board actually realize that Arsenal has been going backwards for at least five years? No. I don’t think there is really. 1,302 days have passed since we last beat United, 1,122 since we beat Cheslea and 838 since we won against Man City.
Surely it’s time that a new face gets a chance to steer this football club forward. Jurgen Klopp will be managing a Premier League side next season. I can bet you that. Whether it will be Arsenal is another issue. We should be working on his contract straight away.
If we don’t get him, he will be snapped up by City, Liverpool or Man United if Van Gaal fails. You can understand Klopp’s frustration with the way Bayern keep buying Dortmunds stars. He dominated the Bundesliga with a team made made for peanuts and he has reached the Champions league final.
Famous for his infectious smile, his beard, his passionate celebrations and his famous hop, the man with the hat in black and yellow is the perfect man to come to Arsenal. If his passion is passed to the players so all of them play with the desire Sanchez does, we’d be cruising.
Klopp wants a new challenge and we need some fresh blood, before we totally bleed out. We could have any top football manager in the world if we take that “hard” step to leave whats holding us behind and look to a better future. I don’t believe in miracles, but Christmas is coming and maybe, just maybe, the board would for once do the right thing!