The 2014 FA Cup will be Wenger’s last trophy win with Arsenal

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It’s time the Arsenal bus got a new driver

Date: 12th April 2014 at 3:03am
Written by Ben Coldwell

Having worked so hard to pay off the Emirates Stadium debt, secured new kit sponsor and manufacturing deals, and made the biggest player investment in the club’s history by signing Mesut Ozil, all signs pointed towards a sharp upwards trajectory in Arsenal’s on-field fortunes. But now, with the players and management facing an uphill battle to achieve a top-four Premier League finish, it really is finally time for the club to divorce from their long and stale marriage with Arsene Wenger. Initially, the team looked to be taking full advantage of a summer which saw a change of manager in each of last season’s superior clubs. But the confidence of the early stages of the campaign has been replaced by apprehension. Whether it’s due to fatigue or injuries, the speed of play ... Read More

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