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A bold statement which may divide fans further

Date: 7th December 2012 at 3:10 pm
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We’ve had a somewhat indifferent start to our campaign this year. Still in all competitions, but our performances have swung like a pendulum from excellent to absolute rubbish.

One clear effect some of the poor performances have had on us can be seen in the league. We find ourselves 10th. The highlight of the lows, a humiliating 2-0 defeat at home at the hands of Swansea. That result gave the boo boys a platform to air their frustrations once again as they continue to grow restless at the worrying signs in the club’s current form, with some unhappy about the lack of investment in the first-team. To be honest, quite a number of us fall in this bracket.

Going through my timeline on Twitter, I’m seeing civil wars between fellow Gooners emerging. Some fans still see as the man for the job, while others want his head on a silver platter. And former Gunner falls into the latter camp.

He recently told talkSPORT:

‘I would have sacked him four years ago but I’m in the minority.

football club need a new manager and they need it soon.’

I think it’s about time we all just came out and said it – Wenger has come to the end of his reign. I can say I’m with the idea of sacking the Frenchman. I just can’t keep the faith in him any further. He’s been unable to hold onto important key players over the years with most likely to be the next escapee. In addition, his tactics as of late have been questionable, and he seems lost with no idea of what to do next.

Take nothing away from what he’s achieved and done for us over the years, but even the greatest rulers have to step down and let someone else have a go at some stage.

But it seems no matter how much we argue over this the Arsenal board seem very content with what’s happened over the years. It’s like Wenger is unsackable. Virtually untouchable in a sense.

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  • GoonerDave
    2 years ago

    Jed –
    You dont seem to understand my point.
    I am simply saying that events on the pitch have a very, very direct relationship with how much money we have to spend.
    I dont like it, but money equals success these days.
    I wasnt trying to defend Arsene anyway, Im in no doubt about his flaws. But we dont know the biggest deciding factor in all this, and until we do, we cannot gamble our future away so easily.

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  • Jed
    2 years ago

    GoonerDave, I’ve got to go to the pub now but it’s been good having a proper discussion with you about the issues. I’m sad we didn’t agree but glad we could debate it without getting personal.

    Fingers crossed for a good result tomorrow.

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    • ivorstephens
      2 years ago

      A win is a win is a win thank cazorla for conning referee but this could be the key roll on Bradford

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