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Arsene Wenger must go for Arsenal to improve

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Love him or hate him Arsene Wenger will always be known as a managerial legend.

After the recent retirement of long-term rival Sir Alex Ferguson, Wenger is now the longest reigning current manager in the Premier League, having been at Arsenal since 1996.

In this time he has led the club to three Premier League titles and four FA Cups, and has established the Gunners as one of the best teams to watch in world football.

He also holds many individual honours, including multiple Manager of the Year awards.

There is no doubt that at first Wenger had a hugely positive effect on Arsenal, and the way the team develops young players is something to be admired.

Yet despite everything he has done for the club, he must move on if Arsenal are to become the team they once were.

The main reason for this is that they haven’t won a major trophy since 2005, when they won the FA Cup. On top of this, they have never won the Champions League.

It is almost hard to watch Arsenal these days, as at times they seem to have forgotten how to win games.

They often dominate possession and create a huge number of chances end up without three points.

These days we see Arsenal fans being delighted with beating local rivals Tottenham to a fourth-place finish at the end of the season, when really this should bring disappointment, even in what is possibly the most competitive league in the world.

It seems as though Wenger simply cannot deal with how the club just aren’t as good as they used to be, and he won’t be happy until they are the best in the country again, which unfortunately for him looks very unlikely to happen while he is in charge.

He must simply give up on doing this before the fans start to turn on him.

Wenger deserves the full respect of the Arsenal faithful for what he has done, and should revive his career with a move to another club.

 

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