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Wenger Reportedly Informs Arsenal Players That He’s Off In June
A lot of news has been going around recently surrounding Arsenal and, in particular, their manager, Arsene Wenger. He has been managing this team for over 20 years! However, Arsenal have once again suffered a collapse during the business end of the season with hefty losses against Bayern Munich, Chelsea and Liverpool ending hopes of major honours for another year.
Some fans are of the opinion that Arsene isn’t the only person to blame since it’s up to the players to perform when called upon and many have been found wanting. As in all sports, when a footballer fails to deliver on the pitch it can be enticing for them to take certain supplements to give them an extra boost (anyone interested in PED’s can find out more on anabolic steroids at 120kgs.com), but even that might not be enough for the likes of Francis Coquelin!
However, the majority of supporters don’t feel the players are to blame and put the responsibility solely at the feet of the manager. It was widely reported that Arsenal had offered Arsene a further two years on his contract but everything in recent days is pointing to him leaving the club with reports even suggesting he’s told the player he’ll be off in June.
There are a growing number of Arsenal fans who delighted at the prospect of Arsene leaving, especially after our humiliating 10-2 aggregate defeat to Bayern in the Champions League last-16, while the north Londoners are also 16 points off the pace in the title race which is not good enough for a club like Arsenal.
Fans have been calling for Wenger to leave for some time and the increasing pressure seemingly forced the club to respond with chairman Sir Chips Keswick releasing a formal statement last week insisting a mutual decision will be made over the managers future at the right time. So despite the unrest among the supporters, the Arsenal board have no intention of making any immediate decision and will instead wait until Wenger’s contract expires in the summer.
Despite Sir Chips statement, Wenger has always suggested that he alone would decide his future but he did admit last week that the opinion of the fans would play a part in his decision over whether to remain at the club.
With all of the pressure mounting on Arsene’s shoulders, it’s very likely that he knows his time is up. However, he may still have it in him to take Arsenal through another season but maybe that’s not what the team needs.
Fans everywhere think it’s time for a fresh manager to reinvigorate their team again but we’ll we’ll have to wait a little while longer before this saga is resolved.