Arsenal fans may well hire a rocket now and use some futuristic laser to write it on the moon that ‘Arsene Wenger Doesn’t Deserve a New Contract’, but there will still be every chance that the arrogant Frenchman signs another one.
His repeated concern and love for the club, whenever asked about his contract situation, seems like his shield now. His previous and most favourite guard, which he has been using for the past one decade, of staying at the top four and participating in Europe’s elite UEFA Champions League, is en route to expiry now. Wenger has stripped himself of the only thing he was proud of, stability.
It has been excruciating to see Arsene Wenger ruining his legacy, slowly every season. The man, who changed the way of running a football club, has now lost the faith of his players. We have seen similar problems with Chelsea and Leicester City recently, where a stagnant manager at the helm was the reason for their destruction; but unlike Arsenal, those clubs took charge of it and changed things.
Arsenal fans have been constantly reminded of the consequences they might experience if Wenger leaves, but given his recent management decisions, it seems any manager with eyes on his head could manage the current squad better than him. Wenger has had many wrong decisions in the past decade, that the list could now be arranged both alphabetically and chronologically. The worst of them all has been to let everyone know in press conferences of the star players he came close to sign but didn’t.
I have always wondered what reaction did he expect to get from such stupid revelations. Troll pages have been filled with the players Arsenal came close to signing in the past, which included the likes of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo. Players like Samir Nasri, Bacary Sagna, Robin Van Persie, Cesc Fabregas, Ashley Cole, and others have left the club and won titles with rival sides; and the fans have only been left with nothing but frustration over the years.
Arsenal’s spineless board has done little to make things better as they seem to be happy with a pet dog at the helm taking the hits for every failure, every week. And the board’s silence even amidst such uproar happening around the club speak volumes of their cheap business mentality. The ‘Wenger Out’ brigade has grown significantly this season, and the next step, I am afraid, would only be boycotting the games.
The years of hard work done in building the fortress might soon have empty seats staring at its heroes; a perfect completion of the wheel.
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