As the saying goes "All good things come to an end" and I think now is the time Arsenal and Arsene part ways and say goodbye. There is no doubting what the man did for our club but the past few years we have seemed to stagnate a little and fan unrest has grown and grown to a point of fans not turning up to tomorrow night’s game and others planning a 75th minute walkout.
A title run left in tatters and now facing a fight for 4th we have seen this all too many times and us fans are just sick of it now, Wenger has no bottle anymore he doesn’t seem to know how to change games or see them out anymore, he is showing too much loyalty to players that are just not good enough, all of this has turned fans mood sour. Everywhere I look on Twitter fans want him out, we don't want him anymore.
Arsene is too stubborn and won't change his ways in order to succeed, football changes and there becomes a time when you must change, old tactics sometimes don't work like they used to, we have become predictable and boring, passing sideways and not really going anywhere or even shooting in some cases like Sunday. It was an all too familiar story, not seeing games off and conceding late and throwing away valuable points AGAIN! The team was just motivated and that's down to the manager, Leicester dropped points but do you think he sent the players out fighting? Oh no, same old slow boring play as we've became accustomed to the last few years.
My other point is how he is blatantly dismissing the fans, he isn't listening to a thing that is being said he won't explain any decision he makes he feels he does not owe it to the fans to explain his decisions, only today he was asked by a reporter would he explain his decisions to fans now about his subs on Sunday he replied "No", an explain of how the club as a whole do not care about the fans.
He also doesn't believe we need to make major signings in the Summer, so he is saying our squad now is pretty much readymade which is certainly so wrong we need to address some issues that our constantly coming back to haunt us, it's another sign of his stubbornness not addressing the most obvious issues in the squad, so as long as he is in charge we will continue to disappoint us.
Besides what I have said, no one wants to act the way we are towards Wenger we would love to give the send off he deserves and give the man the respect he has earned and deserves also but he is threading a very thin line and if he continues as we are he is risking tarnishing everything he has done for us and will go out a hated man in the end. I think we would all love it if he was to go out in with a bang and spend the budget available to him and have one last real bang at the league and go out with the reputation he deserves but sadly from reading his last comments it doesn't look likely.
I'll leave you all on this note, do you want Wenger to stay or go? I for one don't, his time is up.
What I mean is, Do not buy any single season tickets until you are assured that either Wenger is out OR he is buying at least Five Standard Players and get rid off simple price and low standard players like Giroud, Mertasacker, Flamin, Yaya Sanogo, Arteta and Even Gibbs and buy Valuable players
I always say this that he want to do no matter what with his France guys. So even if he wants that, why not he should get the good one? Pls wenger should go.
And I will share this massage and inform the fans in my town to do the same thing by walking away at 75th minutes.
If some one were to tell them so n so were a top manager they would be led by the nose to start screaming "so n so" in. they have never had an original thought in there own sad pitiful lives and just want the world to know there lives a sad and disappointing.
The man answers to no one and his arrogance is only matched by his incompetence.
The lunatic "Wenger In" fringe are now in the minority, but still believe in Wenger and ask who could ever replace him. The answer is that there are many managers and coaches with fresher ideas, better tactical and motivational skills. Also managers that are much younger and more in touch with young players today.
... and anyway, who ever knew much about Wenger when he arrived?
Either Unai Emery or Thomas Tuchel would be a great replacement for Wenger and Diego Simeone a modern George Graham, but with a lot more money to spend.