Posted on January 18, 2018 by ADMIN

The uncanny similarities between Wenger and Theresa May

The uncanny similarities between Wenger and Theresa May by Neil Watson.

It’s truck me recently how similar Theresa May and Arsene Wenger are.

Both have incredibly powerful jobs, both have incredibly dull personalities, both look like they could be related to Mr Burns from The Simpson’s, both are incredibly well paid, both are weak and unable to effect any positive change and yet both hang onto their jobs like shit to a blanket. How does that work?!!!

Every time Theresa May is interviewed on TV after another calamitous cock up she manages to bullshit her way out of taking any responsibility for the outcome. She’s not nasty, aggressive or confrontational, she’s just lame and without any spine. I imagine interviewers lose all interest talking to her and so just accept her dreary replies as opposed to engaging her. That’s so similar to Arsene…

I don’t think Wenger can be accused of being aggressive, offensive and unpleasant… He’s fairly eloquent and polite yet, as with Theresa May, he’s just incredibly flimsy and weak.

And so news today is how Mkhitaryan and his agent are controlling the potential Sánchez to Man United move: some over rated United failure in pole position and calling the shots?!!

Can you imagine any other manager tolerating that BS? Mkhitaryan is half decent but in no way comparable to Sánchez and so he really is a make weight as our only realistic option since we decided not to take 60mil in August with no make-weights involved.

There’s one sole reason why we find ourselves being dictated to by an Albanian reject and his agent in this window: Because our manager was spineless n the last window and indecisive. Can you imagine Ferguson ever putting himself in that position? He would have sold Sánchez as soon as he started playing silly buggers.

When Wenger goes I want to see an aggressive powerful manager that shouts at our players whenever they need it, tells agents to do one, and sells players as soon as they start wheeling in their hotshot agents to mess about.

Structurally we are a rudderless ship and there’s one very good reason why Spurs and Liverpool have overtaken us on and off the pitch: They are assertive all the way through the club from the white collar side through the The on pitch people.

We need a massive shake up, a cull of all the yes men and an influx of real men!

Neil

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32 thoughts on “The uncanny similarities between Wenger and Theresa May

  1. arie82

    Miki is not overated, he mybe not good as sanchez, but there are reason why he underperformance in mu. Miki never trusted by mou, since mou never want miki in beginning.
    Sanchez is underperformance so badly this season, couse he sulking to much. Since mu have martial and rashford in left, sanchez will play in right.
    Even mu fans have though, can sanchez have his mojo back or just sucking the money

    1. McLovin

      Mourinho didn’t want Mkhitaryan? Then why did he sanction his transfer?!

      Mkhitaryan is a huge risk, huge one. Rather we get the money and spend it on a player who doesn’t come with baggage.

      1. arie82

        Same like perez, cambell and park, wenger dont want them, but they still come. The board
        Sanchez swap with miki, or
        Sanchez with money, but wenger never use that money
        Pick one..

  2. Roxana Kelly

    I agree. I think Mkhitaryan is a very under-rated player at Man U. I think he would fit in very well to an Arsenal side. I think also that some agents have far too much say in matters though. You are right of course, as stubborn a man as Wenger is he is incredibly inept when it comes to giving a “what for” to individuals that require it. Instead of shouting at refs who may well deserve it, try doing that to some of the players from time to time!!! To see how, in such a short space of time, how Oxlade-Chamberlain has flourished in a Liverpool shirt, one can only surmize that Theo will do the same at Everton. What does that say about Wenger????

  3. RZ

    I think its a win win situation if we are able to get Mkhitaryan as a swap deal for Alexis. Alexis’ heart is not with Arsenal anymore and let’s be honest we wont be challenging for a trophy this season based on our current performance. I think its better to get a decent player in a swap with Sanchez then to lose him for free come the summer transfer window Mkhi is not a bad player and i think his style would suit Arsenal (if the deal ever takes place).

  4. Declan

    The writers deluded rant about Wenger and May are way off beam but maybe it’s because he is making an attempt at some kind of political character assassination. Obviously the writer is a Corbyn supporter.
    I don’t think political ramblings belong on a football blog but if Wenger is to be compared with anyone it’s Mugabe and he’s gone now and our own dictator Wenger will be out of the door very soon.

    1. Maks

      I disagree with you. Comparison alone of Theresa May-Wenger is not bad as the rest of the article but that does not mean we should be out of political here, exp when political situation in UK and EU is very bad and May is one of the leaders in that (being bad for her country).

    2. jon fox

      Exactly right. I don’t mind historical political comparisons if they are relevant to the point. But to use todays party politics just shows immaturity and ones own political stance. A stance, I suggest, that we are all allowed to have, BUT not on a football site. Football and party politics go together like chips and custard. Though, as “there is always one” as they say, someone will now say how much they love chips and custard. They probably also love Wenger and defending, yet another incompatibility!

  5. Mfenguboysa

    ADMIN!!!!! where are the thumbs up and down buttons?!!!

    Bring them back!!!!

    Bring them back!!!!

    1. jon fox

      Not the same site NOW without knowing who likes and who dislikes. Definitely a less attractive site without up/down buttons! Care to explain PROPERLY Mr. Admin?

  6. Maks

    Mkhitaryan is not Albanian and he played great at Dortmund.
    I think there are too many articles on this website not all of them are good.
    I see some people are desperate for likes to return… all social media lies on that, and likes or thumbs became more important then a content and words itself.
    Where that leads? Watch Black Mirror.

  7. Phil

    Let’s be sensible here.Like it or not we have lost Sanchez.We are getting a vast improvement on Walcott in Mikki with (please god) Abua joining as well.Sanchez wanted to go so let’s move on.I believe these 2 signings could reignite us and the credit will be with Sven and not Wenger.Soon everyone will start to give credit to Ivan Gaz as without doubt his Catylis For Change is beginning to take effect.12 months ago if we had banked the money for Coq Wally and That Chilean C*** what would we have done with it?Sven M is influencing transfer policy now without doubt.We have no option other than to be patient this season and just take whatever we get from Europa League and Caro Cup.Anything above 6th in Premier League let’s take as a bonus.I can’t help but believe we are seeing something happening that we are nor used to.Things are different because Wenger has lost his influence.

  8. Phil

    Let’s be sensible here.Like it or not we have lost Sanchez.We are getting a vast improvement on Walcott in Mikki with (please god) Abua joining as well.Sanchez wanted to go so let’s move on.I believe these 2 signings could reignite us and the credit will be with Sven and not Wenger.Soon everyone will start to give credit to Ivan Gaz as without doubt his Catylis For Change is beginning to take effect.12 months ago if we had banked the money for Coq Wally and That Chilean C*** what would we have done with it?Sven M is influencing transfer policy now without doubt.We have no option other than to be patient this season and just take whatever we get from Europa League and Caro Cup.Anything above 6th in Premier League let’s take as a bonus.I can’t help but believe we are seeing something happening that we are nor used to.

    1. jon fox

      Phil, I have regularly slaughtered Gazidis as a snake oil salesman BUT for whatever reason, it now begins to look as if the snake oil has finally run out and he is now selling cleansing and soothing oil. Definite signs of a new broom mentality, with Sven and shortly Raul.

  9. jon fox

    We should keep all our own political prejudices, as the writer has failed to do , OFF sites like this. You want party politics? THEN GO TO THE RELEVANT SITE.This is for football matters only!

    1. Phil

      Agree sir totally pointless trying to compare politics and football when we all know which one is more important than life or death.For the record I detest them both

      1. jon fox

        Phil, Well said! A more facetious person than I might now ask ” “you detest them both?” Politics and football? Or life and death? BTW , in the unlikely event you actually find a more facetious man than I , would you mind introducing us!

        1. Phil

          Happy you picked up on my apaulig Gramor and ilitrate finking.For the record Love Arsenal Hate Wenger Vote Labour Would not wish to shag Teressa May even if it meant life or Deaf

  10. Roxana Kelly

    Couldn’t agree more. Let’s leave the politics where they deserve to be – I’ll get censored if I really tell you where! Thank the Lord for Sven M! At last someone who appears to know what they are doing, and which general direction Arsenal FC should be going – competing with the best and attempting to putting a stop to players running about the pitch like a bunch of headless chickens by acquiring players best suited to Arsenal’s game! Going to take time of course – we are talking about approximately 8 seasons of mediocrity that needs to be sorted & quickly if we are to salvage what is left of this sorry season. Sixth position may not be that bad – but it is for a team like Arsenal!!!

    1. jon fox

      Roxanna, If , as I believe, sixth or lower gets Wenger sacked, I’d say it is a price worth paying. And I believe that is precisely what will happen. We are miles from 5th or 7th place right now.

      1. Roxana Kelly

        You are right Jon. I have found myself torn this season. I am & have been desperate to see the back of Wenger for the last few seasons and I am sick fed up of the continuous “well when he came to the club he did great things blah blah blah…” How much longer do we have to listen to that broken recordl??? You can’t keep banging the same drum and expecting the beat to change – unless you bring in a different drum. He isn’t the only problem in that club of course, but what can we do about that? Nothing. So as the old adapted Serenity Prayer goes:
        Change the things that can be changed (Wenger & players)
        Accept the things we cannot change (Kronke & Sons)
        And have the wisdom to know the difference .

  11. sanmi.marvellous

    Sanchez is a very super-talented player but he sulks and complains too much about his team-mates. He’s been at war with some of Arsenal players like Ramsey. This can never guarantee peace in the team spirit.

    Sanchez, despite his immense contribution to our success in the last 3 years, especially in FA cups, he has directly contributed to our pains too in losing possession that directly led to conceding goal.

    I am optimistic that having Mhkitaryan and PEA is a very good transfer window. I believe Mhki will come good for Arsenal. the fact that he did not succeed in United has nothing to do with his Arsenal sojourn.
    Mo Sallah was a failure at Chelsea. At Liverpool, he is a different kettle of fish.

    I love Mhki and Auba

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