With the news of Sir Alex Ferguson stepping down as Manchester United manager, people are wondering whether Arsene Wenger should call it a day at Arsenal.
Arsenal have gone eight seasons without a trophy and fans have become increasingly frustrated with the lack of funds to invest in talent like clubs such as Chelsea and Man City.
Both Fergie and Wenger have been the most successful managers in their club’s history. The only difference between the two is that Sir Alex has left Manchester United as Premier League champions whereas Arsene, should he decide to leave, would leave them in a state of transition.
He still would have helped form a new stadium and if their last two games go in favour then he would have guided them yet again to a Champions League spot.
In many ways Wenger has been known to change the game with many spectators stating Arsenal play beautiful football. They have a reputation for being one of the most watchable teams in world football.
Often referred to as The Professor in his early days he worked with his players on technique and kept them on strict diets to help maintain their posture and structure.
Over the last eight years Arsenal have failed to win any trophies. Wenger has continued to stick by his morals and invest in youth by working closely with the youth team and placing much of his faith in them.
However, with the new financial regulations coming into place, Arsenal should be aiming to widen their spending in regards to transfer fees and wages. This will hopefully attract more experienced players that could change the dynamic of the team in a whole.
Change should be embraced, as it is not always a bad thing, Sir Alex feels it is the right time to leave as United are in a good position.
It will be difficult to step into Wenger’s shoes if he did decide to leave but going eight seasons without winning anything and losing big name players, Arsenal could very well do with the change.
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