5 reasons why Arsenal won't be recovering anytime soon
Arsenal would not flourish even if they sack Arsene Wenger. Here are the reasons why.
Arsenal are having yet another shambolic season in 2017/18. It has been the same old story where the season begins with promise from Wenger, the club plays superbly in quite a few games and then everything simply falls apart.
Once the club starts denigrating, there is no stopping them. Eventually, there is a rage among the fans and they demand the same thing yet again, "Wenger Out". However, the same never happens.
Reports have surfaced which claim that possible replacements for Arsene Wenger are being considered at the Emirates. However, any such reports would be meaningless without any official backing from the club.
Here, is a look at the reasons why the Gunners would not be recovering from their traumatic state anytime soon.
#5 "Arsenal-Wenger" romance
Arsenal currently sit sixth in the Premier League table having lost eight games already. They have crashed out of the FA Cup and lost the Carabao Cup final to Manchester City and face AC Milan in the knock-outs of Europa League.
Readers need absolutely no introduction to the stories of Wenger being ousted "nearly" or banners of "Wenger Out" displayed at Emirates. Whatever the fans have thrown towards Wenger, he has dodged them well.
FA Cup victories have seen Wenger's stay at the club increased time and time again over the years. The question now arises is that, will the Gunners be sacking Wenger if he lifts the Europa League with this team?
After all the misery faced by the fans this season, would a second-tier trophy guarantee the French boss another couple of years at the club? Well, honestly, it should not.
This summer, come what may, Arsenal have to end their grand alliance with Wenger, if they are willing to progress anytime soon.