Arsenal ARE In Crisis…..Wenger Has To GO!
Seven points from seven games. Scored 10. Conceded 16. We are 15th in the Premier League table. Just four points ahead of Bolton, who are bottom of the league. A massive 12 points behind Man Utd, who are top. We have major injury problems t…
Seven points from seven games. Scored 10. Conceded 16. We are 15th in the Premier League table. Just four points ahead of Bolton, who are bottom of the league. A massive 12 points behind Man Utd, who are top. We have major injury problems too, with key players being ruled out for months. Team morale seems to be at an all time low. Fan morale is certainly at rock bottom. If you truly believe that Arsenal FC isn’t a club in crisis, then you really need to have your head examined.
I have been a gooner since the age of 9, and I’m 27 now. I have been around to see just three full-time Arsenal managers in that 18 year period, witnessing so many highs and lows along the way. Arsene Wenger is an absolute legend, and I love what he has done for my club. Between 1998 and 2005 he guided us to three Premier League titles and four FA Cups, which is fantastic. We have also developed a reputation over the years of playing an exciting brand of football, which makes our achievements even more impressive. But like everything in life, nothing lasts forever unfortunately. I can’t help but feel that the only way we will get out of the mess we are in, is if Wenger leaves.
Many fans will disagree with me for saying this, and no doubt I will be accused of having a knee-jerk reaction to the North London Derby defeat. But in reality I have been saying this for months now, which some readers will know from my previous articles. Wenger’s best days are behind him, and he will NEVER be as successful as he once was. Times have changed dramatically since we last won the league in 2004 with our Invincibles. Alex Ferguson has changed with the times, whilst Wenger simply hasn’t. He has got more and more stubborn as he’s got older, and this is the main reason why we haven’t won a trophy in 6 years.
Wenger won’t spend big money on top class players, and he won’t change his tactics at all. He insists on a pass, pass, pass, pass, pass strategy in training, and this has made all of our players with the exception of Robin Van Persie, afraid to shoot. He is clueless when it comes to organising a defence, and when asked if he would bring in a defensive coach to help solve the problems, he arrogantly says “No”. This guy has lost the plot. I don’t want Wenger’s time to come to an end like this, but it really must now if we are to avoid one of the most embarrassing seasons in our great clubs history
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