With Arsenal crashing out of the FA Cup at the weekend to Watford, the calls for Arsene Wenger to step down will undoubtedly become even louder. There is little chance of anything happening before the end of the season but even the most ardent Wenger fans may accept that it could be time for a change in the summer.
Possible league champions only a few weeks ago, Arsenal are now eight points adrift of title favourites Leicester at the top and out of both domestic cups. They are still in the Champions League but face the unenviable task of clawing back a tie from Barcelona. Many will think that a new manager is the answer. But who is in contention? Continue reading
It was only several weeks ago that people were suggesting that the partnership between Arsene Wenger and new assistant manager Steve Bould was a match made in heaven and was going to make a huge difference to the Gunners’ season this year. However, following several poor results, former player Stewart Robson is suggesting this is not the case and claims that he has heard there is friction between the two. Continue reading
He is regarded as one of the most successful defenders in recent history, so it’s no surprise to see Steve Bould take all the plaudits following Arsenal’s impressive defensive start to the new campaign. The Gunners are the only side in the top flight who have yet to concede a goal and Arsene Wenger claims that his new assistant is to thank for such success. Continue reading