Arsene cares little about what people think, nothing new though. KM
Well, well. That shameless excuse of an Arsenal manager struck once again with this statement “People have opinions, but it’s only opinions. They are like the weather forecast”. Wow Arsene, do you know that the weather forecast is most of the time correct?
“What makes me angry is to lose the game. That makes me angry and frustrated. The reaction – I know now what to expect. When you always have the same, at the end you don’t give too much importance to that.” What’s the logic behind this statement? Wenger always does the same, so it’s not important if we win or lose? Did he seem angry to you on Sunday? Not to me.
So we face Swansea after Leicester failed to beat West Brom. Imagine if we win tonight. Everyone will say the title is ours. This is the problem with this football club. One win and all will be forgiven. All the humiliation we’ve had to suffer thanks to him. We should have spanked United and be looking at first place tonight.
We will turn up tonight with no motivation again. I’m not sure it’s worth watching the game. Arsenal FC continuously spits in the face of it’s fans and people are just “okay”. Liverpool fans didn’t like the ticket prices and they left a game. United fans didn’t want Moyes and they voiced it out loud.
Will the Emirates crowd make a statement tonight? That mediocrity is not good enough? No, perhaps it is good enough? Perhaps the ticket prices we “don’t have a problem with” are just fine and enough for 4th place. Wenger is a disgrace to Arsenal FC.
Ferguson once said that the manager is the only person that should take the blame for bad results. I just wished that could apply to Arsene. He is finished and tonight he’ll play exactly the same and he’ll achieve exactly the same. It will be a tough game and we’ll be hoping they roll over and lose, but Wenger’s in for another beating.
Nothing will make him ashamed though. Worst of all, the board is already preparing him for next season. I’m amazed. History, 12 years without a league title. The humiliations against Chelsea and United. The board may have forgotten, but I haven’t and if I live long enough to see a day that old deluded man leave, I’ll start to believe that we have a chance to change.
A win tonight would be a giant papering over the cracks. Nothing more.