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A decision that can save Arsenal from 3 more years of pain

Date: 22nd May 2014 at 6:43pm
Written by Christy Malyan

Following Arsenal's season-defining 3-2 triumph over Hull City in the FA Cup final last weekend, chairman Sir Chips Keswick is keen to extend Arsene Wenger's stay in North London by another three years with the issuing of a new contract. Yet, having endured the relentless mediocrity of being a life-long Charlton fan, the words of Alan Curbishley's resignation speech in 2006 will always stay with me; "It's better to be clapped out of the front door than kicked out of the back door." In that regard, the FA Cup which ended Arsenal's nine-year trophy drought last weekend would be the ideal send-off before the Emirates faithful finds itself at civil war with their manager once again. The question Arsenal fans need to ask is whether Wenger is prepared to change, bearing in mind that claiming the FA Cup is the ideal excuse not to. The Gunners may have ended the 2013/14 campaign on an almighty high, but the many intrinsic issues that come with the Frenchman's management style and philosophy still persist. Arsenal spent more days ... Read More


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