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Is It Time For A***ne Whinger To Go ?

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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
How long can he go on ? I think it maybe time to get Mark Hughes or someone of that ilk, Liverpool wont be as weak again as they are this season and Manchester City are only getting stronger and stronger. I would suggest A***nal might be in deep trouble next season unless something is done rather quickly
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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
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#1
no chance.
#2
http://www.whoateallthepies.tv/wenger%20fail.png
#3
Not at all :|:|:| not one reason he should be!
#4
skusey
no chance.


Truth be told though how long can he seriously go on winning nothing and overachieving with lightweight teams. I think after the uttter humiliation tonight at the hands of a vastly superior team he might be seriously conisdering his options. Didnt he say something recently about wanting to leave if he thought his teams couldnt win anything ?
#5
srry but youve cleary no idea

im not an arsenal fan but the man knows a player /bargain when he sees 1 look at players hes bought /sold and add up the profit

mark hughes?????????????? what has he done?????????????
#6
To be fair here, Barcelona are the best team in the world playing like that, and Arsenal were lacking Van Persie, Gallas, Song and Fabregas. And Barcelona had Messi, which was the dealbreaker tonight irrespective.

Lest you forget that you are only three points off the pace for the Premiership. Silver lining and all that.
#7
Crazy Jamie
To be fair here, Barcelona are the best team in the world playing like that, and Arsenal were lacking Van Persie, Gallas, Song and Fabregas. And Barcelona had Messi, which was the dealbreaker tonight irrespective.

Lest you forget that you are only three points off the pace for the Premiership. Silver lining and all that.


+1
#8
iNSOMANiAC
Truth be told though how long can he seriously go on winning nothing and overachieving with lightweight teams. I think after the uttter humiliation tonight at the hands of a vastly superior team he might be seriously conisdering his options.


i lol'd

when was citys last trophy?? 34 years i think :whistling:

serious tho the man has won more league titles in the last 12 years than your club have in their history
#9
jamstaruk1972
srry but youve cleary no idea

im not an arsenal fan but the man knows a player /bargain when he sees 1 look at players hes bought /sold and add up the profit

mark hughes?????????????? what has he done?????????????


The same as A***ne this season, not a lot.
#10
treble99
i lol'd

when was citys last trophy?? 34 years i think :whistling:

serious tho the man has won more league titles in the last 12 years than your club have in their history


True, but Manchester Citys lack of silverware has absolutely nothing to do with the trouble at the A*** or Whingers underachieving :thumbsup: please stay on topic.
#11
Yes, I understand that over the last 30 years City have been so successful and gradually built their success through stable management but getting rid of the best manager in our history is laughable.
#12
Dude you've gotta be joking slatting Wenger,he has a top squad that can only get better with age,and as for his record when it comes to finding top talent Wenger is arguable the best in the business.
Arsenal are in a great position and if I was a fan of there's id be looking forward to next season and a likely successfull season.
#13
Arsene Wenger will still be at Arsenal next year.

Look at the improvement in the league this season compared to last season. How many times have they got late goals in games where they would have dropped points last season. Arsenal are still a young squad and are learning from their experiences and becoming stronger.

They will be right up there next season and I would fear them more than I would fear City, and maybe even Chelsea tbh :thumbsup:
#14
iNSOMANiAC
True, but Manchester Citys lack of silverware has absolutely nothing to do with the trouble at the A*** or Whingers underachieving :thumbsup: please stay on topic.


When has Arsenal under achieved? If anything they have over achieved under Wenger!
#15
Trouble - LOL

3 points from the top of the best league in the world, and put out by the best team in Europe. They also reach the last stages of the Champs league consistently. Not bad for a young/cheap team.

Alot of top teams come after Wenger most seasons. Hell even your small club were throwing their billions at him.

The board are confident he will bring more trophies in the near future. Just a matter of patience. Which most ,real supporters have.
#16
I don't see how challenging for the Premiership Title is a bad season. I can only see Arsenal building on this in the summer, what you don't see is the players he may have ready to bring through into the first team from the academy. Where this season may have been abit too early.

What are City going to do when Mancini gets nowhere near winning the Premiership and no Silverware next season. City are not going to be a Chelsea and start challenging because they have abit off money
[mod]#17
For a "big four" team to not have won anything since 2005 is poor.

In all honesty, the Premier League is more of a "big two".
#18
magicjay1986
For a "big four" team to not have won anything since 2005 is poor.

In all honesty, the Premier League is more of a "big two".


In all honesty, United are not that good at all and we saw the other day how average they are when they come up against a decent side and don't have Rooney. Chelsea clearly have the best team and most depth, but their whole squad is aging and they have a few players past their prime, so unless they spend in the summer, and they probably will, then they will continue to weaken. And while these 2 teams have weakened compared to last season, we're slowly getting better as the gap between the 3 in the league shows. Might be a big two now but we'll see how long that lasts :thumbsup:
[mod]#19
Arsenal Fan
In all honesty, United are not that good at all and we saw the other day how average they are when they come up against a decent side and don't have Rooney. Chelsea clearly have the best team and most depth, but their whole squad is aging and they have a few players past their prime, so unless they spend in the summer, and they probably will, then they will continue to weaken. And while these 2 teams have weakened compared to last season, we're slowly getting better as the gap between the 3 in the league shows. Might be a big two now but we'll see how long that lasts :thumbsup:


United not that good at all!? Vidic and Ferdinand against your pairing out of Vermaelen/Gallas/Campbell is laughable.

Teams have off days.

My money is certainly on another 5 years again.
[mod]#20
May I also add...

At this stage of the season who is in the stronger position for a more successful season as a whole. It might change soon but you would have to be stupid to not say Manchester United.
#21
magicjay1986
United not that good at all!? Vidic and Ferdinand against your pairing out of Vermaelen/Gallas/Campbell is laughable.

Teams have off days.

My money is certainly on another 5 years again.


Ok so teams have off days, why are Arsenal all of a sudden so awful after being beaten by the best in the world, yet United aren't even though they've lost more league games than us this season? You can talk a lot now, but I certainly think Arsenal have a better future than United.
[mod]#22
Arsenal Fan
Ok so teams have off days, why are Arsenal all of a sudden so awful after being beaten by the best in the world, yet United aren't even though they've lost more league games than us this season? You can talk a lot now, but I certainly think Arsenal have a better future than United.


On what can you base that last statement on?!
#23
magicjay1986
On what can you base that last statement on?!


On the fact we're a lot more financially stable. We've also got a better array of youngsters coming through than United, plus I attribute a lot of United's success to Ferguson and he's not going to be managing United into the distant future is he? Personally I think we're better equipped to deal with Wenger one day leaving, than United are when Ferguson leaves. You can disagree and you most probably will, but it's just my opinion and I'm not here to just wind people up like some other posters do.
[mod]#24
Arsenal Fan
On the fact we're a lot more financially stable. We've also got a better array of youngsters coming through than United, plus I attribute a lot of United's success to Ferguson and he's not going to be managing United into the distant future is he? Personally I think we're better equipped to deal with Wenger one day leaving, than United are when Ferguson leaves. You can disagree and you most probably will, but it's just my opinion and I'm not here to just wind people up like some other posters do.


You do not build a team over a huge amount of time alone. His backroom staff will take a lot of credit and an incoming manager will know what to do.

Manchester United have a better squad than Arsenal and as far as finances go, you are going off tabloids etc. Whilst there is debt, there are ways around this and if it came to a club like Manchester United being wound up, there will be buyers wanting in. Absolutely sure of that.

I am not winding you up. Whilst you are faithful to your team I really must be honest with you when I say you are deluded. Arsenal have failed every year since 2005. Whilst they are only 3 points off the top of the league, I put that down to poor seasons by Chelsea and Man United and a good season but those outside of the top 4. Have Arsenal been great this year? No. Have Manchester United been poor this year? Yes.
#25
Are you MAAAAD??!! I'm a Man U fan and would love to see Arsene go to Real but only because he's such a good manager! Best manager Arsenal has ever had.

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