The WengerOut momentum is growing daily….

Petit and Peter-Hill Wood join the Wenger Out party. by Konstantin Mitov

So the #WengerOut bandwagon is suddenly becoming too small for all the Arsenal fans and other people that want to get on. I remember times where I was one of few and far between there and we were called all sorts of names.

But with the empty seats impossible to ignore, Petit came out calling for Wenger to leave saying “I see him on the bench, he looks tired physically, you can see the pressure on his face, the frustration”.

But Wenger of course dismisses the world, but former chairman Peter-Hill Wood came out and said he’s overstaying his welcome. How funny that the man the hired you tells you you are not good enough?

We’re playing Brighton on Sunday and I wonder what the point of it is? If we win, this will be just prolonging Wengers stay here, because he will dismiss the two man city loses straight away, and pretend everything is good.

If we draw or lose it would sadly be best for the club as contrary to logic as it sounds, because for the greater good of this club we need Wenger to leave as soon as possible.

What’s even more funny is that Wenger was given a lot of money. For all this time he was blaming others teams for their spending power, Wenger was given 110 million pounds for striking talent and we struggling for goals!

Josh Kroenke is on London for three months and I can’t wait for this time to come up so that we know what’s going to happen with this clown running the club?

Look at what Gatuzzos done to Milan. They’ve not lost a game in 2018, while we’ve lost athe most out of ANY premier league club. I can put 10 000 reasons to sack Wenger, but nothing’s going to happen before the summer unless we drop out of the Europa league as soon as possible.

Because if we lose that, than the season is finished. Aboslutely nothing to play for and the discussion can start. We’ve seen how the FA cup gave Wenger 2 years when he didn’t deserve them.

I want a manager who will go to this dressing room and cut the selfies, drop the likes of Xhaka, Mustafi and Bellerin. Someone who’d value what Arsenal football club is, because right now we lack identity.

There will be no unity until Wenger is gone. Our star players are 28-29. How much more years are we going to give Wenger to ruin them. Protests are necessary and I’m sad they ain’t happening. #WengerOut all day long.



  1. Robin Vanpayslip says:

    This has been being said for a long time but it is all irrelevant. What is logical to the world does not make an ounce of difference in Arsenal as Kronke doesn’t care beyond giving his pal Arsene a reason to get out of the house

  2. Waal2waal says:

    …its easy to say you were one of the first to rebuke wenger maybe somebody should present you with a medal. Fact is most real supporters want to see the man replaced now and it doesn’t really matter who announced that first – being that the truth is … who cares?

    @Konstantin – What would be interesting (to me) is have you the front to announce who you think ought to be his “single” replacement. Yes you say one man should be gone so who’s on your mind.

  3. Ray says:

    Arsene’s thick skin and Kronke’s invisibility make it almost impossible to make changes at a club that are blinkered by the obvious fact, it is in recetion and suffering! The club is divided in every area. It’s a mess caused by the only people who can make a difference. The exception is the fans who, in numbers, are able to force change!

  4. Steve Allen says:

    I was never a “Wenger Out” supporter throughout those early days of the ” campaign”. I always
    remembered how he was in the ‘earlier’ seasons, and what he brought to Arsenal, and the entire EPL over time. It is sad to see a once glorious team brought to this shameful level! Now with sadness I now proclaim., WENGER OUT!

  5. gotanidea says:

    When Gattuso was playing, Wenger’s Arsenal trash AC Milan in San Siro with the prowess of Hleb, Fabregas, Walcott and Adebayor. Arsenal could trash them again in this year

    Maybe they have to try other players, to create better internal competition before the AC Milan game:
    – Xhaka -> Elneny/ Chambers/ Monreal
    – Mustafi -> Chambers/ Holding
    – Bellerin -> Maitland-Niles

    1. Sue says:

      We could trash them again this year?? I’m not going to hold my breath!!

      1. Break-on-through says:

        Seeing the type of strikers we have, and the type of defenders we have. The best thing would be to become a full on counter attacking side. Unless there is a huge gulf in class with us playing against a really poor team, we should kick goal kicks long and we should try for balls over the top, that way we are either creating a chance or we are giving them the possession so we can set up to counter. We are no good at pressing from the front, the gap from front to our CM is too big, and CM ends up almost in line with CB’s when opponents get near our area. We have players that could be deadly at counter attack if they all know and agree to it. Mkhit Ozil Auba Ramsey Bellerin Monreal Wilshere Lacazette, we should be a very good counter attacking side.

    2. Maks says:

      As long as we have limited talent Ramsey starting every game and running like a headless chicken thinking just how to score (and while doing that his non stop in a way ofour strikers) we would be poor. Frack goals he scores when his preventing us to score more.
      And why Mustafi and Xhaka are also regular starters? Maybe Wenger got an offer from albanian mafia he couldnt refuse.
      I think with new manager we wont see those guys in Arsenal team much as these sad days.

  6. chris says:

    The momentum has been growing for 6 – 7 years … while the mistaken Wenger luvvers have become fewer and fewer. But, as above and disastrously, Kroenke is the only one who matters.

  7. Sue says:

    Not sure I could handle all that sort of stress & pressure if I was him… but then I’m sure the 8m a year & knowing you’ll never be sacked, regardless of results helps!!

  8. Phil says:

    So as the day for Wenger leaving grows ever nearer,let’s hope we don’t have posts reminiscing over his PAST achievements and what he has done for OUR club.
    This Manager would have been sacked 10 years ago at any other Top Premier League club for his complete mis-management which has led to us being in a far worse position than when he took over and made us the current laughing stock of European Football.
    I’m not interested in the Stadium that he feels was all his own work.Im not interested in the Training Facilities at London Colney that was his vision and his alone(according to him). I’m not interested in the millions of pounds we have in the bank(probably not as much as he has in his account with what he is reportedly paid.
    The only thing that matters is the team and how it performs.We are a club in decline under this man and the celebrations will begin when the day arrives which for me can’t come a day too soon.

    1. Sue says:

      I for one cannot wait until we’re a force again. Teams will fear playing us & we don’t just roll over for a mauling! We grind out results & win ugly.
      1-0 to the Arsenal will be music to my ears… Yes it might take a long while for us to get back to those days… but we have to start somewhere & that starts with a new manager. I’m hoping for exciting times ahead, because surely it cannot get any worse than what it is now…….

      1. rkw says:

        spot on .. as the chinese say a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single steep .. and we have a long way to go which begins with wenger’s departure .. the sooner the better this season is a right off so its all about bringing in the best replacement and giving them time

  9. Christopher Blanchett says:

    The plastic Wenger luvvies have caused this problem. The real fans have known the truth that Wenger should have been replaced 10 years ago. Get him out now and the plank Bould they both have the fatest arses in football for all the sitting down they do during matches.

  10. Ozziegunner@Newcastle upon Hunter says:

    People should look at the u tube video “Building the Emirates Stadium” as it mentions the input of Sir Robert McAlpine as consulting engineers, the architects and structural engineers, sub contractors etc, but no starring role for Arsene Wenger.

    1. Break-on-through says:

      The consistent finishes, rightfully Liv and Spu had no excuse to not pull ahead of us back then, and without CL money we would have had to dive even further into bargain basement and who knows, we could have went totally into free fall. Like look now how easy things can go from bad to worse, imagine that had happened not long after the move when our finances were tied up. Only a very good manager could have pulled that off, look when top managers complain about not having enough to spend, Mourinho Conte, they would not have taken that job on, Pep is too much success driven he wouldn’t have given it a look in. We were lucky to have Arsene at that time, that might stick in a few people craw, but it’s true.

      1. Ozziegunner@Newcastle upon Hunter says:

        Break-on-through I was commenting on building the Emirates Stadium, not the team performances during the relocation process. These were Arsene Wenger’s responsibility ańd he should be commended on making top 4 in the EPL given the non investment by Kroenke. However that has past and promises were made which haven’t been fulfilled. The final straw for me was buying Chek and no outfield players.

  11. Godswill says:

    I don’t really know what is driving Wenger to stay.
    Is he normal? I think he needs mental check up.

    1. Ray says:

      It’s his arrogance and stubbornness that we are finally seeing. Many who knew Arsene best have told of his ways and I guess now we finally see it first hand!

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