Arsene Wenger has seen many thousands of successful and unsuccessful Arsenal players come through their careers and many of them have gone on to be coaches or managers after their playing careers were over. The most notable of course are Tony Adams, Thierry Henry, Denis Bergkamp, Marc Overmars, and the latest to be linked with replacing Wenger is Patrick Vieira.
Arsenal majorly misunderstand the empty seats. by Konstantin Mitov
Hello lovely people! Wenger spoke on his latest press-conference before the West Ham game and as you can imagine, he said a lot of nonsense. There is a major disconnection between the players, board and manager and the fans.
The re-building must begin and Arsenal fans must be patient by D$
I have not been on the ‘Wenger out’ bandwagon until recently but regardless of who the manager is going forward, the focus should be on re-building and development.
Finishing 7th or lower would be best for Arsenal. by Nothing Changed
I am a proponent of change. I don’t believe any manager can bring change after an extended period of time with the same club. SAF was the only one who managed this but he was the exception that proved the rule.
Arsenal report that they have over 58.000 seats filled at every game, but it is blindingly obvious that they may have sold that many season tickets, but more and more supporters can’t be bothered using them despite our good home record.
I’ve been an Arsenal fan right for the past 17 years, with my loyalty never changing. The club has seen great times and its worse times. Now we are in our worst time, many linking it to the fact that Wenger needs to leave before things turn around.
Arsenal face stiff Europa League challenge against Atletico by Russell
Tournament favourites Atletico Madrid stand in Arsenal’s way of reaching the final of this season’s Europa League.
The competition is the Gunners’ last chance of silverware this term and offers the club a route into the lucrative Champions League if they can claim the trophy.
Mohamed Elneny has never really become a regular in Arsenal’s first team since moving to the Emirates from Basel over two years ago, and in fact has only 34 League starts since that time, but he is still determined to fight for a place in the starting XI.