For the second time in the Champions League Arsenal lost the game with 5-1 against Bayern Munich. So it seems things are not changing while new manager took his post. With Wenger of without him, the club plays exactly the same.
Former Irish midfielder Roy Keane also poured some oil on the fire “In Arsenal only two decent players. So everyone shouldn’t be surprised. By the way, if you see Gibbs with the captain’s armband it seems like a big trouble”.
In the football world, Arsenal is a model of stability which always holds Top-places. But with every passing year, that model weakens faster and faster. So there are many debates about is it finally time to Wenger go away.
Certainly, it was the worst moment in his reign. Besides, he didn’t win so many games, but club owners don’t want Wenger’s retire because he was too long there. His charge goes since 1996. And now his current contract expires at the end of the season.
So will Wenger walk away or contract will be extended? We can only watch the situation online.
Arsenal have completely disintegrated. An utter shambles and rudderless after koscielny went off.
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) February 15, 2017
Keane on lack of leaders at Arsenal "When I see Gibbs with the armband on at the end of the game, you're in trouble" https://t.co/rtHLMtAFpP
— ITV Football (@itvfootball) February 15, 2017
Arsenal sliding out the Champions League be like… pic.twitter.com/YIvH3sCksn
— Footy Jokes (@Footy_Jokes) February 15, 2017
Arsenal do not believe they are good enough. These players don't believe they can win with Arsene in charge. Sad but true.
— gunnerblog (@gunnerblog) February 15, 2017
Ozil cost more than Hazard
Xhaka more than Kante
Mustafi more than Luiz
But Arsenal can't compete financially which is why they're a mess.
— TalkOfTheBridge (@TalkOfTheBridge) February 15, 2017
Gabriel has been on the pitch for 11 minutes and Arsenal have conceded 3 goals… pic.twitter.com/sI4EXap78F
— Premier League (@EPLBible) February 15, 2017
When you've been waiting for Arsenal to win the Champions League. pic.twitter.com/9x36kVvXe4
— Mike Sanz (@mikesanz19) February 15, 2017