Arsene and Arsenal come to a dead end… at last

By Meysam Yaghoubi (@meysamyaghoobei)  Comments
Updated: February 27, 2018

Arsene and Arsenal saga seems come to an end, the sad one.

Heaviest defeat against a side in finals in Wenger era against will-be champions Manchester City would be the near-last nail on Arsen’s coffin.

As news coming out from the British papers Arsenal will review Arsene Wenger’s position this summer – with the prospect of ending the Frenchman’s 22-year reign now emerging as a genuine option.

Monaco boss Leonardo Jardim, Germany manager Joachim Low, Celtic head coach Brendan Rodgers and Manchester City coach and ex Gooners captain Mikel Arteta are among the early contenders.

The future of Arsene Wenger will be depend on the campaign in next year’s Champions League.

It would be a murky way for Arsenal to be in Europe’s elite through the Premier League but they have a gleam of hope to crown champions in Europa League.

Arsen’s lads are currently 10 points adrift of fourth-placed Tottenham.

Their way in Europa League is not like Manchester United in the last season. They will face Gattuso’s in form AC Milan.

It seems the iron curtain between Wenger and Arsenal’s hierarchy has crumbled.

The outlets revealed the son of Arsenal’s majority shareholder, Stan Kroenke, had travelled to London two weeks ago to conduct an in-depth review of how the club is run.

From tactical point of view it seems Wenger plan in Arsenal come to a drought. Nobody knows why Oxlade- Chamberlain and Theo Walcott left the north London club. The Alexis issue was exceptional one also.

AS they need in a world class defender, Arsene planned to buy more and more strikers. Frankly you would not lift the title with Holding, Mustafi and Chambers.

Aubameyang, Mkhitaryan, Lacazette, Ramsey, Wilshere, Cech and of course Ozil in a team will transform it to a Galacticos one.

Enough is enough. This is the saying that most of Arsenal fans repeat these days. The FA cup is not available anymore to save Wenger. The last chance is Europa League and its rigged path.

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