To some of the fans he is the main man for the job, to others, his time is up and needs to move on. Arsenal‘s Arsene Wenger enjoyed a good spell of glory at the club and would always considered as the best manager for the club.
Many Arsenal fans can do nothing than to sit and watch their club go through a continuous fall whiles in the hands of the same man who brought fame to the red and white outfit. Many think It is time for the board of directors to address this continuous inconsistencies in the team. Nevertheless, fingers would also be pointed at the master tactician when he fails on the pitch whiles the board of directors conceal themselves behind opaque curtains of failure. The club has seen difficult times and The Arshburton Groove cannot boast of a single trophy after a move from Highbury. Is the club with its board of directors interested in making money whiles forgetting the main reason for the existence of the club? A question that every unhappy gooner would want an answer.
Wenger’s policies have failed for the 6 seasons in which the club had seen no trophy but it has been more difficult in convincing the manager to revise his continual failing polices. After losing the carling cup to Birminghman City, Arsenal has dipped in form. This season was predicted to be a good one for the gunners but for their first 3 games, the club rather made history in the negative direction, being beaten by Liverpool F at home after 10 years of effort to do that. Also the weekend saw Arsenal being raped by Man Utd mercilessly. This should have been a wakup call to the club to revisit their mission statement.
Many clubs in europe had to take a hard decision to let a good manager leave his job for the success of the club. i can recall a lot of clubs who did not tag their managers as irreplaceable. Arsenal must start taking the bull by the horn and stop being cowards.
1. FRANK RIJKAARD
He is part of the current success of Barcelona. He won 5 trophies for the club when he joined the club in 2003 and later shown the exit when Barcelona’s president Joan Laporta announced that at the end of the 2007–2008 season, Rijkaard would no longer be head coach of the first team. the club’s interest, pride and future was paramount. 5 seasons, 5 trophies and no trophy in his last season 07/08 got him fired.
2. Fabio Capello. The sergeant-majorish Italian was sacked by Real Madrid in the summer for not winning the title with sufficient panache but style was never his priority. That was winning. His AC Milan side once went unbeaten for 58 Serie A matches which trumps Arsenal’s Invincible.
3. Vicente Del Bosque. For years, he seemed destined for lowly coaching roles at Real Madrid but ended up taking charge for the most successful spell in the club’s modern history. Quiet, unassuming, almost Paisley-like, he made a team out of the galacticos. Madrid showed their gratitude for two European Cups by sacking him
4. CARLLO ANCELLOTTI
Chelsea sacked their Double-winning manager Carlo Ancelotti in a corridor at Goodison Park minutes after the club’s 1-0 defeat to Everton.On 1 June 2009, Ancelotti, 52, succeeding temporary replacement Guus Hiddink, was confirmed as the new Chelsea manager after agreeing to a three-year contract worth £9 million, and formally assumed his duties on the 1st of July. He was sacked after years aside his good works for the club
5. LOUIS VAN GAAL –Louis van Gaal has been relieved of his duties as coach of Bayern Munich with immediate effect, the German club has confirmed. On 7 March 2011, Bayern Munich declared that van Gaal’s contract was to be cancelled after the end of the 2010–11 season, nevertheless he was sacked on 10 April 2011 after losing the third place in the Bundesliga. The 1 × German Football Manager of the Year (2010) won 3 trophies for the club after joining the club in 2009. wow just 2 seasons.
Arsene Wenger is indeed a great coach but the his failure to address the weakness in his team puts the club in a situatuion where it is likely, no glories would soon be seen at the emirates.
Its been a long wait for us Arsenal fans. And still we wait. Day in day out, we support this club. But what good is support if our players and manager cannot perform to their best standard?
Its been 5, nearly 6 very long years since we won the FA Cup in 2005.When a club, with such a strong tradition of winning, like ours, does not win, then something is wrong. Something must be changed. We’ve changed the squad numerous times, signing players, selling them, but still no change in results. This led to the very sad realisation, that our inspirational manager Arsene Wenger must leave.
Arsene is a great manager, but he has failed to provide consistent results, and it is these inconsistencies that have cost us the Premiership, FA Cup and Carling Cup for so many years. So, I feel that if trophies are what we want, then we must look to another man, to lead our club to victory.