Arsenal can learn from United, but must not fear an end to Wenger’s tenure

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Why Arsenal shouldn’t fear change

Date: 27th March 2014 at 6:39pm
Written by Thomas Hallett

The disastrous season at Manchester United offers those who are tenaciously pro-Wenger an easy out. It’s the story that says any manager, without examination of his own credentials, will fail if he’s replacing a long-standing legend of a club. The troubling state at Manchester United isn’t the rule. It’s simply the consequence of appointing a manager who isn’t cut out for life at the top of the Premier League. David Moyes’ struggles, while a delight for fans of opposing teams up and down the country, may not be so kind in its timing, with an increasing number of Arsenal supporters growing frustrated by the same-old, same-old from Arsene Wenger each season. Even though Wenger may not need a lifeline for a group of boardroom members and an owner who remains enamoured with his principles ... Read More


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