Ian Wright tweets in agreement with notorious 'Wenger Out' supporter Piers Morgan

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Ian Wright won his only Premier League title under the guidance of Arsene Wenger and has been a staunch supporter of the French boss throughout his tenure.

However, the tide appears to have changed- the 185-goal former Gunner looks to have become disenchanted with the Arsenal boss following his latest tweet. 

Retweeting a message from notorious 'Wenger Out' advocate Piers Morgan, the former England international agreed with his statement that club and manager had become a 'stuck record'.


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Morgan originally tweeted: "Yes, I know I sound like a stuck record re Arsenal/Wenger.
That's because the club has become a stuck record. #afc"

Before Wright responded: "Yes it seem Piers old boy you're right. 😡"

The groans of discontent were clear for all to hear at the Emirates last night following their 3-2 defeat to Olympiakos, as boos rang out across north London (apart from cheers of delight in Tottenham).

Much of the criticism has been aimed at the Arsenal boss after his decision to rest Petr Cech - a move that proved costly as David Ospina scored an own-goal to leave the Gunners bottom of their group with a double-header against Bayern Munich approaching.

The 51-year-old was vocal in his criticism of Arsenal on BT Sport last night and took his discontent on to Twitter this morning. 

Following a summer of positivity around the Emirates, it has proven to be a below-par start to the season - despite only being three points behind Manchester United.

But the prospect of falling out of the Champions League at the group stages is looming large. However, they are not the only English club to be struggling this season.

Is Arsene Wenger still the right man for the job at Arsenal? Have your say in the comments section below!

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