Tight Wenger Has Lost His Spark And Has Become Arsenal’s Main Problem

By on July 17, 2011

There will never be another Arsene Wenger. FACT. He is an Arsenal Legend, who will be remembered as the single most important person in our club’s long and successful history. He came to England as a complete unknown, and he will leave as an Icon, no matter what he achieves or doesn’t achieve from this point on. But whilst I respect and appreciate everything he has done for the club that I love, I am not a Wenger worshiper, and I don’t believe like some Gooners do, that the sun shines out of his arse.

So putting all sentiment to one side for a second, when I look at our manager lately, I see a man who has lost his spark. I don’t see the same fire in his eyes anymore, and I am very doubtful that he will ever be able to get that back. I also think that he is out of his depth tactically nowadays. He has one formation in his mind, and he sticks to it ALWAYS. It doesn’t matter if we are playing Blackburn Rovers at home, or Man Utd away, you can be sure that Wenger will tell his players to play exactly the same way. I am tired of watching the tippy tappy football that we play game after game. YES, it is great when we get a goal from it, but more often than not, we run into a brick wall.

I think if our fortunes are to change for the better next season, then Wenger needs to be more flexible with his tactics. I’m not holding my breath though, because I have been saying this for years, but I go to bed each night and pray that some way, somehow, the penny drops for him. I want him to wake up one day, preferably before the season kicks off, and realize that he needs to go back to playing 4-4-2 as his bread and butter formation. I know we will probably sacrifice a bit of possession losing the extra player in midfield, but I am certain that this will be counter-balanced with the increased threat we would pose, having TWO strikers on the pitch instead of one.

VOdds

I’m not naïve enough to think that a change in formation is ALL that we need to bring back the glory days of old. There is also a lot of work for our manager to do in the transfer market as well. We have people at the club who MUST be sold because they simply aren’t good enough, and we have areas in our squad that need strengthening with some proven world class additions. I do though understand that signing players isn’t easy, and there are lots of things to take into consideration these days before sealing a deal. But does signing players have to be as tricky as Wenger and Gazidis would have us believe? I very much doubt that. Teams like Liverpool and Man Utd seem to have a bid accepted for a player one day, they agree personal terms with the player next day, then the player has a medical and is announced to the media on day three. It isn’t all that tricky for them, so why does it seem to take forever for our club to bring in the guys we want?

In fairness to Wenger, he HAS actually gone out and signed a very exciting player in Gervinho, even if it took over a month to finalize the transfer, and he’s also brought Carl Jenkinson in as well. But if we are realistic, it’s our central defence that needs improving far more than our forward line or full-back position. Gary Cahill looked to be the answer to all our problems at the back, but for some reason Wenger got cold feet on the deal, and now Cahill looks likely to join Chelsea instead. Chris Samba was another name mentioned as a solution to our achilles heel, but now it appears that Tottenham are favorites for his signature. So the frustration looks set to continue for us Arsenal fans, as our stubborn manager will only pay the fee, HE values a player at, and not one single pound more.

So with Wenger looking to penny pinch once again, who can you see him targeting next? Is he wrong to let Cahill and Samba slip through his fingers without putting up much of a fight? And if there is a player out there who you feel will help fix our defensive frailties, do you think Wenger will spend the money in order to get him?

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31 Comments

  1. Judith Le'Strange

    July 17, 2011 at 10:16 am

    Personally I think Wenger should have been shipped out a couple of seasons back when he only brought in youngsters who he thought would do wonders for the team, unfortunately it’s come back to bite him on the bum. We still need to buy CB’s, I know Wenger is saying Vermaelen is like a new player, but come on he could still get injured and looking at Squillaci I don’t think he will improve. So get the cheque book out & spend on Samba, Cahill (don’t let him go to Chelski. Ship Fabregas & Nasri out and spend on a good striker to assist RvP & a midfielder, although we have two great midfielders in Ramsey & Wilshere who can be a force to be reckoned with.

    • Tina

      July 18, 2011 at 1:12 pm

      thankfully you have no part to play at the club because it is your kind of myopic view and thinking that would make arsenal into a leeds united .
      Arsene has been creating and moulding players and working with the board to make sure they keep the club’s finances healthy . Its a shame some of the players he brought in are just plain greedy and want to hide behind the lack of silverware as their motivation to leave the club . Its not Arsene’s fault that the players failed to perform at the crucial periods in the season , fabregas cost us the Barca return leg just because of his pride . The team just didnt have cohesion in defending set pieces in the final 8-10 games and it cost the team automatic champions league spots .
      In this world where clubs like Man City are involving Etihad in money laundering so that they can offer astronomical wages just to destabilise other clubs .i can guarantee you Arsene has shaped the destiny of the club for years beyond and if only the current players could realise what he is trying to achieve then it would be much better .
      The next core of his young generation are all boys from around london and I hope they graduate into 1st team players who at least have a desire to play and win for Arsenal .

  2. Frank McLintock

    July 17, 2011 at 10:18 am

    Well you have some interesting points in this article but it is good to see that Arsene is again smiling and looking contented on the Asian tour. Here he gets a respite from the constant slander and nth degree analysis that goes on in the uk press.
    He has done it before and he will do again. He said there would be difficult years whilst the stadium was paid for but now he has the best financial status of any club in the Prem and undoubtebly the best academy. Let the others spend and let Arsene spend only when an improvement can be found. Spending for spending’s sake only makes people look like chumps. Arsenal will as usual be challenging for the title and with £100M or so in the bak the contiengrncy is there to spend big when the other debt-ridden clubs have to tighten thier purse strings.

    • samutavateyum

      July 18, 2011 at 8:40 am

      This sounds remarkably familiar to the PM that said ‘We should build up our country’s reserves so that it would come in handy during a rainy day’. During the biggest recession.

      Problem is, Frank, WHEN is this ‘rainy day’, or ‘day of spending big’ in your words, going to happen? Is it next season when we finish 4th again? Or find ourselves in the Europa League and behind the scum in the table? Or when we are out of Europe altogether? Would people still say: ‘Oh, at least we have healthy finances and have £500 million in the bank’ then? What’s the use of money when you don’t spend some of it AND use it to strengthen the club? What? To make your finances look good so you can declare yourselves in the Deloitte report as having made the most profit ever in the world of football?

      Nobody’s asking Arsene to splash £50 million on a player EVERY season. Not even £30 million. But when it comes to haggling over a fee of £1 million to £2 million when it comes to players who would strengthen our team in the areas that require it considerably, and then telling fans ‘we tried our best to sign him but it just didn’t work out’, that’s just going to extremes.

    • samutavateyum

      July 18, 2011 at 8:47 am

      Oh, and sorry, you can’t tell me that ‘no improvements can be found’. Is every player in our team perfect then? Is Diaby one of the best midfielders in the league and is he worthy of his £50,000-a-week wages? Is Nasri the best winger / attacking midfielder that it was just bad luck we failed to win the Carling Cup final? Best of all, was it just bad luck we failed to win the Carling Cup final (undoubtedly one of the easiest chances of silverware in years) against a team of chumps probably earning half of what Arsenal’s squad players earn, and who were eventually relegated?

      • samutavateyum

        July 18, 2011 at 8:57 am

        Could it be, just maybe, that Birmingham wanted it more than us, and were prepared to put in the hard work on the pitch instead of coasting through thinking that because the opposition were ‘inferior’, they were entitled to stroll to the winners’ podium? Could it be they were more hungry? Really wish such so-called Arsenal fans but really Wengerites in disguise stop papering over the cracks and face up to reality.

  3. Rog B

    July 17, 2011 at 10:46 am

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  4. the prophet

    July 17, 2011 at 10:54 am

    arsenal fans should expect our prayers to be answered soon this guy will not make it according to the first few games of the coming season we will only manage to beat Newcastle and then we will go back to our losing ways. And believe me this guy will not be active in the transfer market he is not even concerned there are few rotten potatoes in the squad that needs to be dumped some where and if you don’t believe me then watch this space next season will be loose the league early watch this space

  5. Kiku Ssekatawa

    July 17, 2011 at 11:18 am

    I find this article very surprising. How can Wenger be Arsenal’s main problem? How many insiders have come out to blast him the way outsiders do? David Dein came out to blast the board for refusing to hand Wenger the money to splash out on new players, then Alisher Usmanov, all of whom have always referred to the manager as a magician, for getting something out of nothing. When Kroenke took over the the majority holding of the club, he gave Wenger full backing, as did Gazidis. What does this signify? It shows that it is the management that has always failed to avail funds to the manager to buy the finished articles required to win titles. It’s just that Wenger is not the kind of manager who cannot come out to publicly denounce the board for failing to meet his demands. He however came close to doing so a couple of years ago when he said that the club had a huge debt and to service it, one of the best players had to be sold! If he is the problem, advocate for his sacking, maintain the board and Arsenal will become a mid-table team!!!Come on guys, this ‘Wenger has been given 70m for player signings’ is media trash which is clearly unfounded, that’s why it took Arsenal beyond the transfer deadline to sign Arshavin!!!! It’s the board to blame 98% for Arsenal’s failings, not the manager.

    • chris

      July 17, 2011 at 11:30 am

      It is not only a lot of the supporters who have (long since) lost faith in Wenger. It is also the players.

      Whether they are right or not Clichy and Nasri want away to win things. RVP said several times we need bigger signings. Cesc has said that too. Walcott says he is a central striker and is always played right wing. This is strong stuff for players to pronounce.

      They have also said on and off that they need to be tougher, stronger … not only technical. But that is not Wenger’s way. At then end of last season .. yes the players were tired but … they gave up on the Wenger game plan which is very very hard to deliver.

  6. gilberto

    July 17, 2011 at 11:23 am

    dude stop posting crap articles
    if u have forgotten ..when arsene came to arsenal .. arsenal’s financial status was very badd .. it is only because of his clever signings that arsenal are a financially rigid club now
    give him time .. transfer period isn’t over
    ryo miaichi is gna be a revelation
    he is signing costa rica striker campbell who is goin to be the next henry .. arsene has done this for years
    what kind of an arsenal supporter are youu

  7. Gunner38

    July 17, 2011 at 11:34 am

    How boring – another blog jumping on the ‘hate Arsenal’ bandwagon. Every paper, every news report, every blog, every day. We are the most hated team ever – but I just don’t get it. Some of the bile spewed at us is incredible – we’ve now even been accused of kidnap by Barca! Can’t wait for the day when every Spurs report begins…50 years since they won the title! Trouble is, it is so ingrained now that hating Arsenal and trying to destroy the club is second nature to every cheap hack and blogger. Disgraceful!

    • And_Arsene_Said...

      July 17, 2011 at 4:35 pm

      Can’t agree with you more. Sad thing is the bloggers are supposed to be supporters but write mostly sensationalised, unsubstantiated ‘hate Arsenal’ crap just to get clicks on their posts. I ask, is this only to attract big advertisers to their sites?

      • samutavateyum

        July 18, 2011 at 9:04 am

        Reading your blog name seems to say everything about you. Are you another one of those Wengerites who think the sun shines out of his a** too? Do you, as an Arsenal fan, and not a Wenger Knows Best lackey, seriously believe the club is going places? Let’s get it down to the simplest, lowest basic: Has the club improved since last season? Since the season before that? Or has it stood still? Maybe even gone backwards, perhaps? If you seriously believe all is sundry and right at the club now and like Wenger, believe that ‘we are perfectly good enough this season’ to win something, then you, Sir, are more deluded than those ‘hateful’ bloggers who write ‘sensationalised’, ‘unsubstantiated’ nonsense.

  8. Danny Boy

    July 17, 2011 at 11:39 am

    Gilberto mate take those Wenger tinted goggles off and smell the coffee. The man has lost the plot. People like you seem more worried about the clubs finances than the trophies. Man Utd may be in debt but at least their winning things. We’re a football club not a fucking Money-making franchise. Next you’ll tell me that it’s more important to play pretty football then to win things. You are one of those fans who Wenger has sporned. I’m guessing you don’t go to games and pay the highest ticket prices in the world otherwise you wouldn’t be so happy with mediocracy

  9. jaydub

    July 17, 2011 at 11:41 am

    To be fair i totally agree with this article Wenger has lost his mind. His arrogance is makin the club and fans loose faith in him. We have to return to a 4-4-2 system, a system we won the premiership unbeaten with.we also need a top premiership defender signed now. his valuation of players is a joke because i would gladly pay 17m for cahill or 12m for samba….you don’t solve a big problem for free… best example of this was schwarzer last year, he just blows all our chances of signing top class players by puting his own valuation on them and not budging even though he can afford them… invest in this team wenger because we are not far off becoming a great team… gary cahill and scot parker would convince me that he knows whats wrong and it would hardly break the bank but i doubt he has the courage to change his ways… I hope i am wrong…

  10. Dave Highbury

    July 17, 2011 at 11:58 am

    Is holding onto Naz for one more year tight?
    Or was the new stadium tight?

  11. gilberto

    July 17, 2011 at 12:05 pm

    i agree with you completely
    liverpool have been as unsecessful as us in the last few years .. but no one will target them .. just because they spend money.spending 35 on carrol is ridiculous
    wenger has made some awesome signings
    i’d have gervinho anyday instead of hazard .. looking at the difference between their price levels

  12. saintstv33

    July 17, 2011 at 12:45 pm

    I want to slightly differ with any fan who claims it is the board to blame entirely for Arsenal’s woes.Thing is that both are to blame.I can see history repeating itself here.Do you guys remember that clique of our midfield comprising Hleb,Flamini,Fabregas,it had just began doing what we all were waiting for,then soon they realised that there were pastures green,so some greedy ones went.But before even then, I was already doubting this philosophy of the young guns competing in such a tough league,without the much needed experience.
    Now, Fabregas and Nasri see themselves very big stars (of course they are) and they want their way out.So is this the board to blame?..This is the managers own theory…My dear fans whether we like it or not,Wenger is a very rigid manager.And for sure I dont know if this springs from the economist in him,why on earth is he not allowing Fabregas go wherever he wants,(remember the last season Henri was with us,he had attitude issues) and then sign a replacement,have Gervihno on the right,Mata on the left,parker on holding midfield,SAMBA AND cAHILL IN THE CENTRAL DEFENCE,AND THEN Vermalen on the left,assisted by Gibbs,then buy one experienced striker,like Benzema/falcao/villa/…or cross over to Italy for striker,since he claims English PLAYERS ARE SO EXPENSIVE.Al ternatively,get a player plus cash in the fabregas case, and then begin the pre-season together to let guys know each other.I really dont have enough confidence with the guys in the sticks.An experienced keeper is equally needed.Competition is this team is really needed, so that players are not just sure of their numbers each game.This will make guys like Arshavin to wake up from the sleep they are in ,so because there is no competition.
    The board is equally to blame,as it seems concerned only of the profits and not what the fans crave for,l mean the trophies.IF this board was serious enough,and if it were concered with battling it out with the likes of Chelsea,and Man utd,they could have invested just this summer alone in players of experience,about six.But look,there is no good will at all.We keep on hearing ‘ we will spend only if we should’…OK it is true,so as not to live without our means,but surely this squad is lame,in as far as experience is concerned,and Wenger should feel free to change tact,or he should tell us that he is now fed up with this job.
    For sure am a very worried man for this good club,especially knowing that a big squad was once coined by this same wenger in the name of the invincibles….have a worried day…my dear gooners.

  13. Omar

    July 17, 2011 at 1:05 pm

    Hello everyone,

    Thank you all for commenting, some will agree, some will not.

    How about you share your opinions through twitter and with the writer of this article: @GazAtta and me: @OAlmasri.

    Cheers and take care,

    Omar

  14. mr waitingforthequalityplayers

    July 17, 2011 at 1:43 pm

    i agree with the article. Wenger has lost it….failing to stump up a measley 12million for samba, or even 17 million for cahill is a totally false economy when you consider he is risking champs league qualification (which can net us 20-30million)For a man that is a graduate in economics, i find it incredulous that he cant see the fact that you speculate to accumulate……and the speculation is such a small risk anyway.He is allowing the team to slowly decay and in some quarters fall apart. I say these comments in frustration and absolute disappointment as befits a man that has supported arsenal way before wenger was hired. Its not arsenal bashing..its wenger bashing…the distinction should be hammered home to those that can’t see the difference.My advice is for fans to take note of pundits, ex-players , george graham etc if you want a less partisan opinion. They all say the same that wenger needs quality signings…but he will never listen as he is in denial that his project youth isnt working and that his defense is hopeless….a panic stricken weak unfocused mess that is open to any set-piece or pressure with a long ball.
    He was a legend…but he has tarnished his image by successive failures and by the end of next season he will be despised….(thats if he doesn’t strengthen the team)
    clichy is talking ambition and winning things……theres a clue for a start!!!!!

  15. Sid

    July 17, 2011 at 3:04 pm

    Clueless tabloid reading, fantasy football manager player simpletons.

    Do you know hiw much there is for Wenger to spend this summer? Or the previous summers since the move?

    He has about £30m for new signings AND contracts and considering RvP, Theo have 2 years left on theirs, I can imagine the same cretins who are whining now about signings and the nasri situation bitching if we dont sign up those 2 players on new and improved deals.

    So, lets splash the cash we dont have and f*ck oursleves up ahall we?

    You pathetic idiots, plastic glory hunting morons

    • samutavateyum

      July 18, 2011 at 8:04 am

      And you pathetic Wenger-worshipper fool who still continues to believe the sun shines out of his ass.

      What is the objective of supporting a football club? Isn’t it to see the team winning something, challenging for something, or at the very least, are on an upward curve, read: improving? Don’t give me that crap on trying to save money. You can’t have your cake and eat it.

      And by the way, those speaking about saving money make me roll on the floor laughing with that utter hypocrisy. I guess the hundreds of thousands the likes of dross and waste of space like Denilson, Almunia, Diaby, Chamakh and Nasri earn a month with new and improved contracts doesn’t count as ‘splashing the cash’ huh?

  16. mic

    July 17, 2011 at 4:56 pm

    How i wish some arsenal fans could be in charge of arsenal transfers,cos it will be easy to ship out the players we don’t need and buy the ones we need but it is all cheap ignorant talk. If You think wenger should just pay what he is told for a player,then you re worse than a fool. Per,cahill and samba re not any better than what we ve but will only add to our advantage,height. Clichy went to city to win trophies? Save that crap for yourselves.

  17. peter

    July 17, 2011 at 6:51 pm

    Wenger is not the problem you sucker! It’s the Board of directors! We need to get them out so Wenger can be free of saving money to line their pockets! Is everyone blind and can’t see this is what the problem is!

  18. RealityBytes

    July 17, 2011 at 7:23 pm

    Remarkable isnt it. What seems clear to some people makes no sense whatever to others. It has been my experience that the best way to deal with uncertainty is to make a list of the facts. This brings clarity into confused situations.

    For example:

    1. No Siverware for six straight years.

    2. Each of the past six years the team
    has folded in the final few months
    in league play and in Competitions.
    This past season was the worst
    example as the team won but 2 of its
    last 14 games completely quitting on
    its manager.

    3. Each year one or more of our best
    players wants to leave the team
    for better teams. No other TOP
    premier league teams experience
    this problem as consistently as
    Arsenal. This past season was the
    worst as 3 key players want to /
    will leave. No other top Premier
    league team is experiencing
    player rebellion like this.

    4. Arsenal players are publically
    stating frustration and unhapiness
    with the Manager and his consistent
    failure to bring in players to help
    deal with obvious team deficiencies.
    The past few seasons goaltending and
    defending were the most obvious needs
    as well as adding steel to the team.
    Look at ManU, Chelsea, Man City to
    compare how mgmt hhas responded to
    team needs.

    5. Arsenal players are publically
    stating the Managers tactics are
    wrong, that the team does not
    practice methods to deal with areas
    of concern (ie set pieces). No
    other team personnel are doinng this
    or if they have theyy are quickly
    released.

    6. Key Arsenal players are publically
    stating the Manager is playing them
    in the wrong positions which is
    detrimental to team/player
    production. Once again no other
    top team players would dare to
    question top management publically
    like this.Player insubordination.

    7. The Manager has lost the confidence
    of many players and supporters thru
    his constant reneiging on promises
    of action. One day he states he will
    do certain things and a week later
    he will reverse his commitments
    publically. The result is uncertainty
    as to the managements goals and plans
    for the team. The transfer policies
    of the other top premier league
    teams are quite different. They say
    what they intend to do and then
    aggressively carry out their plans.
    See ManU this summer for example.

    8. The sense of urgency in the plans and
    actions of WENGER have been lost. It
    takes forever to deal with problems
    or opportunities. See failure to get
    a new contract in place last summer
    for Nasri. Now we will lose him.
    Flamini is another example.
    What other top Premier teams are
    allowing these situations to occur.

    To summarize, the facts paint a picture of a team in distress and that the team has been in a state of decay the past few years with deteriorating morale and
    suspect management practices. When compared to the other top Premier league teams; ManU, Chelsea the need to make steps to improve or replace Arsenal mangement is self evident.

    Yes, Mssr Wenger has done a great deal to build this organization in the past. However, his increasing stubborness, arrogance, refusal to listen, inability to change his ways to meet the changing realities of the sport and his refusal to use the transfer windows to bring in experienced players to help develop his young stars and address team requirements has led to a very unstable and unhealthy situation.

    The future of the team is in serious difficulties which should be self evident. Perhaps more remarkable is how the team has managed to do as well as it has given the unhealthy state of affairs within the team the past few years.

    • dan

      July 18, 2011 at 4:14 am

      Agreed.

    • samutavateyum

      July 18, 2011 at 8:31 am

      Agreed totally. Unfortunately, all these daft-as-a-bat Wenger worshippers still believe all the spin fed by the great man himself.

      How often has he promised one thing and delivered another? How often has he repeated the same phrases every season: ‘I believe we are better / more equipped / more ready this season’, ‘We are perfectly good enough to mount a title challenge this season’, ‘We are one year older / wiser etc. this season’, DESPITE ALL THE EVIDENCE POINTING TO THE CONTRARY.

      At no other big club would this be allowed to happen. And those comparing true fans to glory hunters should go and run into a brick wall. With that kind of blind stupidity, it might very well happen. We just want to see the players giving 100% or the very basic principle of trying hard enough. Obviously this isn’t happening, or otherwise we won’t be collapsing every season with two months to go. No-one had the sort of gripes about less-talented players like Gilberto Silva, Ray Parlour, Edu and even Gilles Grimandi because they gave 100% for the club. Compare them with current day mercenaries like Nasri and Diaby who play well for two games and coast through the next four. I choose to omit Denilson because he hasn’t even played well for two games in a row. And the worst thing is that these so-called footballers are absolving themselves of responsibility when the team collapses every season. They point fingers at others without realising that they themselves have done f— all for the cause. You call these whining lazy moneygrubbers good players?

      And what about the manager? Do you seriously think he is at the same intelligence level of people like Neil Warnock, Tony Pukeis, Alan Pardew, Alex McLeish or Phil Brown? No. All he needs is a couple of changes to his policy to really challenge and fight tooth and nail right till the end like we did 10 years ago. Ie. Bring in a solid central defender to partner, or at least, backup Tommy V. Get some grit into the midfield. Get someone to partner van Persie. Formulate a plan B when Plan A of tiki-taka isn’t working. But because he’s become so stubborn, these changes are not made. Instead, he chooses to ignore all of the flaws and deficiencies in the team which have, over the years, grown increasingly distinct till every man and his dog knows about it nowadays.

      And you fools still think he is the be-all and end-all of this club? He’s done a fantastic job in the first seven years, but now he’s stagnated on a plateau. Sad thing is, all he needs is a minor tweak of the system but his obstinacy at heeding advice from anyone else means the chance of that is non-existent. If he’s not performing and is not willing to change, get him out. Isn’t the organisation supposed to be bigger than one man? That’s why we have a board for, isn’t it?

  19. dej2

    July 17, 2011 at 7:32 pm

    I QUITE AGREED WITH YOU, WENGER IS THE MAIN PROBLEM OF ARSENAL.HE SEEM NOT TO SEE THE CLEAR SIGN OF FAILURE THAT WE FANS CAN FEEL.ITS LIKE, ONCE THERE IS NOTHING IN THE DEAL TO GAIN,MR WENGER ALWAYS DRAG HIS FEET.BIDDING FOR PHIL JONES,WHILE STRONGER PLAYERS ARE AVAILIABLE AT CHEAPER PRICE,WAS A CASE.BUT ONE DAY THIS ERA WILL COME TO AN END

  20. And_Arsene_Said...

    July 17, 2011 at 11:19 pm

    @dej2
    You seem to not see your Caps Lock is on. But thats not the problem. Problem is WTF are you on about?

  21. olajide nelson

    August 7, 2011 at 8:16 am

    Mr Wenger unarguably is good, but rather been the chief coach, he should be deployed as the director of football or given another role rather than wasting the time,effort,hope and money of fans world over. To me Mr Wenger looks like a manager who no longer have ambition with this club,or was it not Wenger who made the invincibles? With stars like Vieira,Pires,Henry,ljunberg,Campbell and Seaman among others,but all we have now are players who can hardly kick the ball, players with potentials only,when has Arsenal fc turned to Ajax? A team known for its renowned nurturing of talents to stars and eventually selling them when they are matured, Arsene stop taking we fans for fools and buy quality players,how can Arsenal win trophies by buying players like Miyachi, Jerkinson,chamakh and co, where more ambitious teams buy quality players, can you eat your cake and have it? Both manchester teams have spent a lot this season,even sunderland now have about 11 new signings, even Barcelona despite their array of stars still bought Sanchez and might still get Cesc, so Wenger why are you doing this to the club? Currently we are rated the 3rd richest club with no trophy to show for it since 2005, aren’t you ashamed? Manager of the decade my foot. You better buy quality players or resign, Arsenal for life

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