Posted on March 21, 2017 by ADMIN

Wenger CAN cement Arsenal legacy but NOT if he stays

T have always respected Arsene Wenger and his footballing principles since he took over as the manager of Arsenal over 20 years ago and I am sure that the majority of Arsenal fans have felt the same way. It is not just the fact that he led the club to some amazing success either, but the way he did it and then remained loyal to us when the likes of Real Madrid came calling.

That is the reason why the Arsenal fanbase is so torn and why there were two banners flown over the Hawthorns at the weekend, one saying that he needed to go and the other urging the fans to show respect. I get it, I really do, and have been one of his staunchest supporters for years.

This season, however, seems to be a season too far and my hope that the prof could proove his doubters wrong and lead the Gunners back to glory is not looking like a forlorn hope that was born more out of respect for the man than any actual evidence on the pitch.

I do not want to have to be so frustrated with Arsenal under Wenger but he is leaving us little choice and I feel that one more year would make this worse and damage his already tarnished legacy further. Can he not see this? If not someone surely needs to have a quiet word and urge him to reconsider the widely reported decision to go for one more year.

Do yourself a favour Arsene, and the Arsenal fans that love and respect you as well, and go while the legacy is still strong.

Bob.

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7 thoughts on “Wenger CAN cement Arsenal legacy but NOT if he stays

  1. joe from kenya

    i cant just understand why arsene,one person one employee would hold such a huge club as arsenal at ransom by his inaction or silence about his future,i find that the epitome of selfishness where its all about him and he cant just separate himself as an employee and arsenal as a separate entity a club,when will this nightmare end my friends?? sad gooner.

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  2. gmv8

    People keep comparing AW to Alex Ferguson – they are totally different. Ferguson brought in different coaches all the time for fresh ideas, AW does all the coaching himself, so isn’t open to new ideas. He could possibly continue in the short term, if he adopts Alex Ferguson’s policy, cementing his legacy – but how likely is he to do that, and if he does, how likely is he to listen to them ? I think it’s in the best interests of the club to part ways.

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  3. khangunners

    Its too late. In life pple always remember the bad things you do and not the good. Everyone who is saying wenger will be remembrance as a legend is a big fat hypocrite who will be unveiling his statue at the emirates but saying this man really has harmed us in there head

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  4. bran99

    there is no more legacy left, he damaged everything. he is now empty and hated by majority. If he leaves people will even come and remember him sometimes, but if he stays, majority will fall off with him and with this club, it’s gonna be a long dark 2017/2018 season

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  5. ger burke

    what legacy ?. le prof-it on how to make money and totally disregard the fans .

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  6. capricorn57

    It would have been better if Wenger never came to Arsenal. They they could have stayed a middle table club.

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