There has obviously been a lot of reaction from all corners of the football world to the sacking of Claudio Ranieri by the Premier League champions Leicester City, but with Arsenal fans seemingly ever more united in our desire for the club to get a new manager in to replace Arsene Wenger and the two clubs having such different approaches and being in such different situations, I thought that the Arsenal fans might have an interesting take on the matter.
Do we agree with the majority who seem to think that the Foxes have been too harsh on their manager and too quick to pull the trigger after what he did for them last season, and even this season in the Champions League? If so, does this make us think again about our own wish to see Arsenal get rid of Wenger?
There is no doubt that a lot of managers will look with envy at the Frenchman’s situation in north London and we always hear managers talking about the fact that they get too little time these days. Arsenal are definitely the exception to the rule in that respect and I think this is a good thing, to a certain extent at least.
Where most clubs are too hasty, though, I believe we have become too set in our ways and too slow to act. Having said that, I would like the next manager of our club to be given a good chance, just as I feel that Leicester should have stuck with Ranieri.
What do you make of all this Gooners? Has i9t changed the way you look at the Arsenal and Wenger situation at all?