Arsenal may be in a bad spell, but Arsene Wenger remains the right man for the club for the foreseeable future

Wenger has received a lot of stick following recent results

Wenger has received a lot of stick following recent results

You want Arsene Wenger out? You are sick of seeing The Arsenal get beat by most top four teams almost every season? You want change at Arsenal so that we can come back and win trophies regularly again?

Take a look at this…

Arsene Wenger is a man for the past, a man for the present and a man for the future. Le Professor, or as I would like to call him “Sir Arsene Wenger” built a modern football club at Arsenal.

Before him Arsenal were a marvelous club no doubt, they had class, rich history, an institution in English football of course, but Arsene Wenger changed the way football in England was played. He introduced thousands of methods, played an exciting formation and never thought of playing negative football. I believe the Premier League should thank him for that, because if it wasn’t for him and his style of play, the English league wouldn’t be the world’s number one most watched worldwide.

Sir Arsene Wenger is building a legacy at Arsenal Football Club, he is not a manager who wants trophies now and wants them no matter what. He is a man who brings stability, classiness, a very bright future, an excellent base for any player to start his career and attracts talents from all over the world.

Sir Arsene Wenger is not a Jose Mourinho, he is not an Alex Ferguson and he is not a Pep Guardiola.

The above are great managers no doubt about it. But the qualities that Le Professor has goes way beyond what the above have.

He is a proven winner, a loyal and unselfish all-round manager.

I cannot see Jose Mourinho risk all that to make sure Chelsea move to a new stadium for example. I believe that if Roman Abramovic got bored of his toy (Chelsea FC), Mourinho wouldn’t stay a minute longer. He wouldn’t risk having a small budget to work with.

I’d also love to know why Sir Alex Ferguson didn’t swiftly rebuild Manchester Untied and get young and hungry players in before he retired. Why did he buy a 29-year- old Robin Van Persie for £24m (who did nothing but win the league for Ferguson in his last season) when he could have invested with a much younger talent for the future of his so called beloved club.

Why didn’t Pep Guardiola stick with FC Barcelona and rebuild to ensure that when Carles Puyol, Victor Valdes, Xavi Hernandez and Andres Iniesta call it a day others can easily follow and perform?

Wenger is a man for the past because of the great teams he built for Arsenal.

He is a man for the present because of the way he is steadily working for the club for glory and he is a man for the future because of the exciting platform he put Arsenal in.

I truly believe that his 10-year spell without winning the Premier League (which everyone loves to brag about) is a success in many ways.

He brought the club Champions League football YEAR IN YEAR OUT when other top four teams were spending crazy amounts of money.

He had to work with low funds to make sure the club moved to the Emirates Stadium when all other teams were struggling for an expansion (Liverpool, Chelsea, Everton etc.)

If you believe you can be a rich and successful businessman, you take it one step at a time. It may take you 5,10,15 years to achieve what you want. But when you do it and look back to the years of hard work, it becomes even sweeter.

Arsenal will forever be a marvelous club with huge potential for the future.

Keep the faith…

Daniel Baz

2 Responses to Arsenal may be in a bad spell, but Arsene Wenger remains the right man for the club for the foreseeable future

  1. BG November 24, 2014 at 3:51 pm #

    Keep watching on tv mate!!

    Wenger the right man yeah right

    Those who go everywhere have enough of his inept tenure of the club… The last 10 years have been a joke that is getting worse as the years goes on!!

    Wenger is just lucky that the premier league is so weak at the moment so finishing 4th is garanteed even when we are dreadfull!!!


  2. Gooner101 November 24, 2014 at 8:47 pm #

    Jurgen Klopp or Pep Guardiola to Arsenal next please!

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