Quantcast

[Tweets] “It’s over” – Arsenal shareholder blasts Wenger following latest humiliation

By on March 2, 2018

Celebrity Arsenal fan and club shareholder Piers Morgan has once again blasted Arsene Wenger following our latest humiliation against Manchester City on Thursday night.

Just days after being beaten 3-0 by City in the Carabao Cup final, we found ourselves three behind once again but this time it took Guardiola’s team less than 35 minutes.

Stunning goals from Bernado Silva, David Silva and Leroy Sane blew us away before the half-time interval and understandably the team and manager were soundly booed off by a half empty Emirates crowd.

We spurned a great chance to get back in the game when Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang saw his penalty saved early in the second half but the reality is City could probably have scored at will as they eased to another comfortable win.

The defeat leaves us 30 points adrift of the champions-elect and 10 points off fourth-placed Tottenham so understandably there have been fresh calls for Wenger to leave his position as manager.

Piers Morgan rarely wastes an opportunity to make his feelings perfectly clear on the subject and the life-long Arsenal fan and shareholder once again took to Twitter to demand Wenger is sacked.

Like many fans, Morgan has questioned when the farce will end and asked why the board isn’t acting. He described Wenger as a ‘tired old man’ who has run out of ideas and says his time as manager is ‘over’.

It’s difficult to argue as it’s clear the time has come for Arsene to leave. Like many fans, I’d love the club to come out now and announce Wenger will step down at the end of the season as that would give the fans a chance to unite and give him a great send off.

Sadly, I think the board will continue to sit on their hands and wait until the summer to make a decision and we’ll have to endure a toxic atmosphere around the club over the coming months.

What a sad way for it to end….

Loading...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *