When you check the latest odds for the first managerial sacking of the season it is highly unlikely that you will see Arsene Wenger’s name appear high up on the list, and that too after his side were absolutely annihilated at the hands of Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool side.
But if we were to go by Jamie Carragher’s assessment then that performance alone should have called for the immediate dismissal of the Gunners’ boss Arsene Wenger.
It is possible that Wenger’s reputation as one of the best managers across the globe has allowed him a form of tenure in the ranks of the Arsenal hierarchy.
Afraid of change
The Arsenal board seem to be afraid of change but many Arsenal fans would argue that the board needs to think about the present and future and leave the past behind.
Wenger’s deteriorating form should have seen him sacked a number of years ago with Arsenal not winning the premier league since the 2003/2004 season.
The Arsenal fans do not only want the Premier League trophy but they want players to be played in the correct position to fulfill their potential, something Wenger did not do this weekend.
Wenger needs to go
The blatantly obvious disconnect between the starting eleven is reason enough in itself to fire Wenger.
He is not demonstrating the managerial prowess he once blessed the Emirates with, but rather a mismatched bunch of footballers playing as though they’ve never met one another before.
Comparatively if you look at how Chelsea operates many would see that Abramovich takes no prisoners even if his manager did win the Premier League, if Conte had the weekend that Wenger had he would be under extreme pressure.
Chelsea live in the present and Arsenal should do the same…
Written by Tahir Tariq
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