Tuchel, Allegri, or should we be more like Spurs fans? by Konstantin Mitov
Well, well, as usual, it’s February and the mood amongst Arsenal fans is low, after our latest downfall that has been timed perfectly just like any other year. But the hot topic of recent times isn’t what we already know, but whether Arsene will sign a new contract?
I wrote an article here that stated he would stay, and I still firmly believe he won’t leave, but the media keep fueling these reports that Tuchel or Allegri would replace Wenger if he decides to leave.
Both managers were asked that question and both remained coy on the situation as you’d expect, but the media probably do have something on the fact that we might actually be preparing for options if the Frenchman leaves.
If and that’s a big IF he leaves, suddenly all of the people on the board and the coaching staff would actually have to do their job for once. This is interesting, because so far I haven’t seen anything particularly good done by them in the last 10 years.
Arsene’s recent comments that we should be more like Spurs fans is another insult for me at least, because Spurs is the last team we wanna be like. Apart from that, why hasn’t he signed a new contract already? Why does he delay it so much? He doesn’t care about criticism or bad form, because he’d be long gone if such things had an impact.
The only person who can decide if Arsene will stay or go is himself, so why is he delaying the situation? The season will be dead already if we slump against Bayern like we usually do. Our best players are unwilling to sign contracts until the situation clears up.
Last season, City announced Pep mid term and it wrecked their season, but if Arsene is staying why delay the talks? Is he waiting for the end of the season? I’m guessing here. In 2014 he waited and waited till the summer but got 3 years in return. It could be the same this time. I still think he won’t leave, but I might be wrong.