Sir Alex Ferguson has slammed Arsenal fans for their treatment of Arsene Wenger.
The Frenchman was at the helm at the Emirates for over two decades and helped the Gunners to become one of the biggest clubs in England.
His Arsenal team was the last to win a Premier League title for the club, but he overstayed his welcome.
Wenger was very attached to the club and found it hard to leave his position.
Some fans became dissatisfied with the team’s performance in his later years and they sought his exit.
“Wenger Out” became a thing both online and offline and the Gunners eventually allowed him to leave in 2018.
It wasn’t the type of treatment that Ferguson believed the Frenchman deserved, considering that he had been one of their most loyal and successful managers.
In the latest documentary on Wenger’s managerial career, Arsene Wenger: Invincible, Fergie said as quoted by The Sun: “He kept them in Europe every year and yet he was criticised. The supporters should be ashamed.
“Arsene and myself are dinosaurs, but we didn’t do so badly.
“I won 13 leagues but I was never near going through a season undefeated. The achievement stands above everything else, and it was Arsene’s.”