Arsenal poor form continued with another costly defeat, this time against Watford in FA Cup. A lot of fans are demanding a change in managerial position, and want Arsene Wenger to leave the club. In this post, I am going to explain to you why putting Wenger out would be foolish!
Fans tend to be emotional about their clubs. When a club wins a game, everyone thinks that the manager, the players, and everyone associated with the club are perfect. When a club looses a game, you get to see a bipolar effect. Everyone should get the sack with immediate effect!
— MailOnline Sport (@MailSport) March 16, 2016
Everyone had bottled it!
Bad form of key players!
The @ArsenalGent has a transcript of the crisis meeting held by Arsenal players this week, in his weekly review: https://t.co/PfLGReezPd
— arseblog (@arseblog) March 11, 2016
Too many injuries!
#premierleague EPL Casualty Ward: Arsenal’s latest blow: WITH almost 100 injuries in the Premier League a… https://t.co/HOlidRr4En #BPL
— Premier League News (@PremierLeagueNN) March 9, 2016
Equality of Premier League
17 of the top 30 clubs in the latest Deloitte Football Money League are from the Premier League. pic.twitter.com/B0Tt582UJw
— FourFourTweet (@FourFourTweet) January 21, 2016
According to Deloitte’s Money League, Leicester City had generated €136 million last season, which ranked the club as the 24th richest club in the world. This doesn’t show Leicester as some random small club that is first in the Premier League by chance!
Lets not forget that Atletico Madrid managed to beat Barcelona and Real Madrid with an income of €120 million.
So called “Smaller teams” will are going to start to win big trophies in England, because there isn’t going to be much financial difference between them. This year, the winner of Premier League is probably going to be Leicester City, next year it might be West Ham!
Arsene Wenger is not the problem for Arsenal, because every big team in Premier League has been poor this season, and Arsenal is basically the best “big” team this season (at least in Premier League). All Arsenal players were in poor form this season, except for Mesut Ozil, but one player is simply not enough. There were just too many injures in Arsenal team to really go the distance, and the equality of Premier League has changed a playing field, where “small” teams are equal to “big” teams!
If Arsenal would have sacked Arsene Wenger, there wouldn’t be much difference. Big teams would still be poor; Arsenal players would still be in poor form; Arsenal would still have too many injures, and small teams would still be strong!
Arsenal would probably be worse off without Wenger, and because of this, Wenger is not the problem for Arsenal!