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The greatest manager we ever had will leave us. Sad, but also excited to see what will happen from now on.
I kept quiet for the past 3 years. We are going to get relegated if our useless board fails to wake up. Now that Arsene is gone, good luck searching for someone who can maintain the team on that pathetic shoestring budget. I honestly hope this board rots in hell as they deserve.
It continued to bother me every time Arsenal did poorly but it reminded me that I still cared for the team and club. Sometimes you only realize your true feelings after the event (like when your ex gets married or something). So it is with AW's resignation (is that what it is?) Felt like a punch to the guts, I was sad all day yesterday. I am still not out of it to type out a tribute (so necessary in our age of social media and image preservation).

I think I preferred it that AW kept battling despite the failures and humiliations. History whitewashes everything and puts nice clean lines around eras and triumphs and victories. The recent difficulties simply put in perspective the struggle to compete against ideas, time, and money (dollars, pounds, dinars, roubles, dirhams, and lives!)
"We live in a world where..." See I am starting to parrot AW myself! I notice the same thing with the supporters who start to mirror the ambitions and attitudes of their teams and managers. The bitterness of Arsenal fans is matched by the arrogance of MU fans. 'It's about winning at all costs' chirp the Chelsea fellows or 'a beautiful project' going down in M-City or the 'pedigree and experience' of Liverpool.

So we'll move on, and shift shapes in the image of our new manager, new team, and new ambition.
Whatever it may be, if you followed AW's Arsenal, you already have a degree in psychology and know the game, the sporting world, and your true self, so much better. That's an education I am pleased to have acquired. Forward!
England's best football correspondent on Wenger:

https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/royal-send-off-awaits-ars-ne-wenger-a-class-act-whose-race-was-run-j0dxbn6g3?shareToken=a4698575504f2f7f921ee55692287d06
A team full of fantastic players who wear my favourite colour so I rate them!
We will never find another manager with his class. So greatful for all the work he has done.

Rejoice gooners despite this sad day. For now the club will finally address the serious problems and Kroenke will finally be exposed. Kroenke will have to back the next manager with a proper war chest else him and the board will be the only one's blamed.

Peraonally i want Carlo Ancelotti or Joachim Low to come in. We need experience to get us back to the top level. Some of these names floating around (Brendan Rodgers) are embarrassing

If we do get Viera and Wenger becomes director of football i don't think it will be ao bad. But i would rather Wenger leaves the club completely (go to PSG prof) and we go for experience. We need the next manager to be absolutely ruthless with the squad. Then after said manager leaves is when Viera can take over and Wenger can come back. But if we want to avoid man utds route we need top level experience

Also hoping they rename the stadium after him. I think Paul Merson said that yesterday. Personally i think it's a brilliant idea. That is his stadium. Even if it's calles Arsene Wenger's Emirates..he deserves far more than a mere stand
Weird, I thought it was gonna be more reaction this page! AW is OUT MaFuckERS!
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If your club haven't won anything you aren't allowed to troll. That's an actual rule.
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Congratz, now hopefully you guys get a good manager that can get Arsenal playing some wonderful football again. Onwards and upwards.
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Can't wait for his book to come out. Maybe that's why the results haven't been good lately. Focusing on writing his book when he retires.
He should have done it 6 or 7 years ago.
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pay some damn respect for a great man...
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so, he should have left, 6-7 years ago when we were still in stadium debt and only afford players like Chamakh, squillaci for free and forced to sell and when real madrid and cash rich turned psg literally begging him to take over with unlimited cash. very stupid of him not to leave then and get realistic shot @ European trophies and abandon our club like so many "great" arsenal players did. but he chose to be loyal and float us in top 4.

May be your dad should have pulled out but hey we dont get what we want, i guess.
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Maybe not 7 years ago, but definitely last year after the fa cup


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