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Former Arsenal captain Frank McLintock wants wenger to get off the managerial post

After open criticism from a club fan on the Stamford bridge, Arsene Wenger has got another finger pointed at him for the Gunners’ desponding performances.

In an alarming position of another 5-1 defeat of the Gunners by Bayern Munich on Thursday, former Arsenal captain Frank McLintock remarked indifferently that the manager should cease his service in the club now and also expressed dissatisfaction for some of the decisions he had taken and implemented. Moreover, the former Scottish footballer also is apprehensive of the club’s name in top four in the league charts at the end of this season.21ceddac1e5a0066fdf1e1857ddbea10-750x417

Frank claims, “He’s weighing it up at the moment and I think it would be better if he did leave. I hate saying things like that because I have complete admiration for Wenger. But I can see it turning a little bit nasty. We might struggle to finish in the top four this year.”
“If that’s the case then Arsene would be very disappointed and might say enough is enough.”

 

Wenger, whose contract ends this season after 20 years of service following his join in 1996, was also attacked for his selection of players whom he got signed in recent years.

 

Frank argues, “He’s bought four or five players over the last year or so — Shkodran Mustafi, Gabriel Paulista, Granit Xhaka, Calum Chambers — and while they’re decent players they’re not the sort of players Arsenal should buy if they want to challenge for the European Cup.”
He goes on, “They’re good players but I wouldn’t put them any higher than that. Wenger did have a marvellous team but this team isn’t anywhere near that. They will struggle unless they sign better players.”

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The French manager, who has helped Arsenal win six FA cups, spoke of his character and ideologies following this.

“I am a positive person. I am a fighter, somewhere. You don’t stay so long in this job otherwise,”

“I’ve always seen the future in a positive way. I do not expect too much from outside, I expect more from me inside. The expectation level gets higher. The fight doesn’t get higher. The fight is always tough. When you hate defeat like I hate defeat, it’s always tough. As well, I’m determined to always fight back.”
Just a few days back, Wenger had ascertained that he’ll not be terminating his managerial career after the end of the contract; he’d be working anywhere else, if not in Arsenal.

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After open criticism from a club fan on the Stamford bridge, Arsene Wenger has got another finger pointed at him for the Gunners’ desponding performances.

In an alarming position of another 5-1 defeat of the Gunners by Bayern Munich on Thursday, former Arsenal captain Frank McLintock remarked indifferently that the manager should cease his service in the club now and also expressed dissatisfaction for some of the decisions he had taken and implemented. Moreover, the former Scottish footballer also is apprehensive of the club’s name in top four in the league charts at the end of this season.21ceddac1e5a0066fdf1e1857ddbea10-750x417

Frank claims, “He’s weighing it up at the moment and I think it would be better if he did leave. I hate saying things like that because I have complete admiration for Wenger. But I can see it turning a little bit nasty. We might struggle to finish in the top four this year.”
“If that’s the case then Arsene would be very disappointed and might say enough is enough.”

 

Wenger, whose contract ends this season after 20 years of service following his join in 1996, was also attacked for his selection of players whom he got signed in recent years.

 

Frank argues, “He’s bought four or five players over the last year or so — Shkodran Mustafi, Gabriel Paulista, Granit Xhaka, Calum Chambers — and while they’re decent players they’re not the sort of players Arsenal should buy if they want to challenge for the European Cup.”
He goes on, “They’re good players but I wouldn’t put them any higher than that. Wenger did have a marvellous team but this team isn’t anywhere near that. They will struggle unless they sign better players.”

Wenger1

The French manager, who has helped Arsenal win six FA cups, spoke of his character and ideologies following this.

“I am a positive person. I am a fighter, somewhere. You don’t stay so long in this job otherwise,”

“I’ve always seen the future in a positive way. I do not expect too much from outside, I expect more from me inside. The expectation level gets higher. The fight doesn’t get higher. The fight is always tough. When you hate defeat like I hate defeat, it’s always tough. As well, I’m determined to always fight back.”
Just a few days back, Wenger had ascertained that he’ll not be terminating his managerial career after the end of the contract; he’d be working anywhere else, if not in Arsenal.

 

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After open criticism from a club fan on the Stamford bridge, Arsene Wenger has got another finger pointed at him for the Gunners’ desponding performances.

In an alarming position of another 5-1 defeat of the Gunners by Bayern Munich on Thursday, former Arsenal captain Frank McLintock remarked indifferently that the manager should cease his service in the club now and also expressed dissatisfaction for some of the decisions he had taken and implemented. Moreover, the former Scottish footballer also is apprehensive of the club’s name in top four in the league charts at the end of this season.21ceddac1e5a0066fdf1e1857ddbea10-750x417

Frank claims, “He’s weighing it up at the moment and I think it would be better if he did leave. I hate saying things like that because I have complete admiration for Wenger. But I can see it turning a little bit nasty. We might struggle to finish in the top four this year.”
“If that’s the case then Arsene would be very disappointed and might say enough is enough.”

 

Wenger, whose contract ends this season after 20 years of service following his join in 1996, was also attacked for his selection of players whom he got signed in recent years.

 

Frank argues, “He’s bought four or five players over the last year or so — Shkodran Mustafi, Gabriel Paulista, Granit Xhaka, Calum Chambers — and while they’re decent players they’re not the sort of players Arsenal should buy if they want to challenge for the European Cup.”
He goes on, “They’re good players but I wouldn’t put them any higher than that. Wenger did have a marvellous team but this team isn’t anywhere near that. They will struggle unless they sign better players.”

Wenger1

The French manager, who has helped Arsenal win six FA cups, spoke of his character and ideologies following this.

“I am a positive person. I am a fighter, somewhere. You don’t stay so long in this job otherwise,”

“I’ve always seen the future in a positive way. I do not expect too much from outside, I expect more from me inside. The expectation level gets higher. The fight doesn’t get higher. The fight is always tough. When you hate defeat like I hate defeat, it’s always tough. As well, I’m determined to always fight back.”
Just a few days back, Wenger had ascertained that he’ll not be terminating his managerial career after the end of the contract; he’d be working anywhere else, if not in Arsenal.

 

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