Arsene Wenger out, Arsenal fanbase opinion, could
"the longest serving" fall
DATE: 11.04.2016 - SOCCERVOICE - NEWS - SEASON 2016-17
doubts Arsene Wenger's abillity as a manager, and he still looks
eager to continue. Certain parts of the Arsenal fanbase is eager to
get him out
To see Arsenal yesterday against Crystal Palace
at Selhurst Park must have been very frustrating for any fan, but
please see through it, and not go for the easy answer, sack whoever
cannot win every game and that has a difficult period.
Arsenal has since Arsene Wenger took over, been the most consistent
team in the Premier League, and maybe some of the football played
especially in the last games at Highbury, was too much to ask for.
There are of course a number of good managers out there, but no one
better than Arsene Wenger is available. You can of course go into
the stands with your banners, but no one have anything on it, on who
are going to come in.
To see fans, life long Arsenal fans ready to say
"quit" to the man that has the abillity to bring on performances and
a team play that you might not see again in football, because as
many fans of this club has forgotten, other clubs have grown "bigger
Less titles in combination with the move to The Emirates, and the
cost of the stadium that stopped Wenger from bringing in what's
needed. The way he transformed Thierry Henry from a failure to "an
icon" is one we can talk about forever.
Players such as Henry, Fabregas and Van Persie, became "too big" for
Arsenal. They wanted moves to "bigger and better". Nasri, Clichy and
Sagna are others that Wenger never would have sold. Ozil and Sanchez
could be in the same boat.
Last season Arsenal ended 2nd behind Leicester, after a great push
in the late stages of the season. That could happen again, and still
the FA Cup is up for grabs, sadly no more Champions League games,
and no title in sight in the Premier Leauge.
But again the man himself is soon reaching 68 years of age. If he
decides to end his time at Arsenal, it should be done in the best
way possible and not by some fans standing with banners wanting him
out, that is really a disgrace.
Wenger will sort it out himself, the problem for Arsenal, is who can
take over from him, and as we all know at Manchester United nothing
has gone as planned after Sir Alex Ferguson, with three managers
allready given a chance to "win again".
Arsenal fans must be patient and honour their manager, stay behind
the team, and help the players on, not go around with silly banners
wanting their hero out, that is showing "no support", which is "no
good" for football.
As long as Wenger is in charge, as he will be for the rest of the
season, the banners are just making Arsenal fans look silly, and
most of them are not, they have a great and fantastic fanbase of
people following the club in thick and thin.
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