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Vote: Is it time for Wenger to go?

After weeks of poor results, poor performances and Arsenal bashing in the press, is enough enough, and it’s time for Wenger to leave Arsenal FC?

Pressure is mounting on the Frenchman as his Arsenal side continues to underachieve. The much discussed ‘six years without a trophy’ is fast becoming even more of an issue following Arsenal’s weak start of the season.

Meanwhile, some great managers have over stayed their welcome in the past. The legendary Brian Clough eventually fell short of success with Nottingham Forest and was shown the door by their board room. Clough is by no means alone.

Arsene Wenger has without doubt been great for Arsenal, winning doubles, creating beautiful football and fantastic footbal. Is this enough to keep him in the job? Should he be given time to see Arsenal through this ‘transition’ and mould a new team, capable of winning trophies?

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7 Responses to Vote: Is it time for Wenger to go?

  1. stani2008@bigpond.com September 19, 2011 at 7:55 am #

    Arsene Wenger leaving Arsenal at the moment will acieve nothing, it`s not a matter of giving him another chance, he`s had enough of those, but getting him to accept support both in management and in coaching.. He needs a new number two, one preferably with defensive knowledge like Martin Keown. He needs help in the transfer dealings and his old friend David Dein looks the choice there as he trusts his opinions and respects his advice.The wages bill seems to have got out of hand and we`re paying high salaries to those who make no contribution, Gazidis should step in here and advise Kroenke on how to reduce costs but approve capital expediture for experienced players to improve results and increase share value .(I`m sure he`d listen to that). So in short, Wenger stays but deligates some of his resonsibility , concentrates on football and listens more to the crowd than the well heeled in the boardroom.

  2. Darren September 19, 2011 at 8:25 am #

    Sounds like a fair analysis mate

  3. pontus September 19, 2011 at 8:30 am #

    OK, Wenger this, Wenger that. But let's face it – our players are also to blame. They are adults, they should be able to step up and say: let's win this game! But they don't. It's to easy to place the blame solely on the manager. Sure we've lost a few key players but our current squad should easily beat Blackburn any day of the week – even if they were managed by David Brent.
    So sure, have your little votes but let's not forget that at the end of the day the players are the ones who will have to perform on the pitch.
    They need to stop sulking, man up and get on with it. I still think we can turn things around!

  4. markfoo76@yahoo.com September 19, 2011 at 8:59 am #

    No point showing Wenger the door at this point. Let's wait till end of season and see where we stand and we shall decide then.

  5. gunna September 19, 2011 at 9:27 am #

    We have'nt won anything in 6yrs under Wenger what makes people think things will change.

  6. vanyanbahakoi@gmail.com September 19, 2011 at 9:33 am #

    Wenger problem is his policy, he has refuse to change his so call “youth policy” and his principle of building up young players who he can not maintain to bring success to the team but rather to sell them after they have become mature to deliver for the club. Wenger know qualities players but not willing to pay for these qualities. Wenger is also aware that his past success never came from youth policy when he took over as Arsenal manager. Wenger is a great coach, he only need to change his policy and try to buy qualities players.

  7. greg@groover.fr September 19, 2011 at 11:20 am #

    Santos, 28, Per 26, kos 26, Arteta 29, RvP 27, Sagna 28, Gervinho 23, Song 24, Ramsey 21, Arshavin 29, Szczesny 21 total average: 25.6 years old
    so @akoi unless you would like to see over 30s players only in our team, this team is everything but young.

    Wenger is to blame to use the wrong tactic at the moment but stop talking about youth policy after a game like this. Leaving RvP alone up front while the player doesn't seem to fancy running more than 4 miles in the game leaves 2 wingers alone, in a strike role…. what kind of attack is this when you have so much quality in this area, Chamakh came in, first touch, 1 goal. isn't it obvious that he should partner Chamakh who is a threat in areal game and RvP who can be a threat in all areas.? it's about time to play a more offensive style, if we lost against blackburn is because the team play at the back once coming back at half time while they had control in first half. What wenger has to proove? that our defence is strong enough to hold any team? is it the point in the end? can't he make a difference?

    I love Wenger, but he s got to wake up and put his pride aside for once, It was obvious that our back four were nervous, even Kos was not so confident, if we can't defend against blackburn, then we got to try to score 4-5 goals, and the team could have done that, just the last 10 minutes of the game says it

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