Posted on Wednesday, 20th February 2013 by The Goon
Last night, The Gunners suffered a 3-1 home defeat to Bayern Munich in the first of their two-legged tie in Champions League and it is very hard to see Wenger’s men turn things round in Germany against a side who are now 19 games unbeaten in all competitions.
Another trophyless season beckons for Arsenal, with many fans booing and turning on Wenger.
And Marsh also feels the Frenchman’s end is nigh:
The former England striker was quoted on talkSPORT.com saying:
‘Over the years I have been Arsene Wenger’s biggest fan. I think he’s been a great, great football manager and he’s been great for football.
‘Unfortunately, in the last three to four seasons, Arsenal have lost their way, Arsene Wenger has lost his way and it’s the end of the road for him.’
We have seen many of our big-name players depart in recent seasons – Cesc Fabregas, Robin van Persie, Samir Nasri and Alex Song all spring to mind, and Marsh reckons the sale of the club’s big-stars over the years has led to Wenger’s downfall:
‘When you lose players of the quality of Fabregas and Van Persie you are always going to be a club that is struggling to keep up there.’
‘They also lost [Gael] Clichy, they’ve lost Nasri, they’ve lost so many top-quality players. And because you’ve lost great players like Van Persie then others are not going to come, because what is there to come to?’
Is Marsh right though?
Despite being contracted to the club until 2014, should the club look to call time on Wenger at the end of the current campaign?
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