Arsenal fans suffered another blow to their season with a second-succesive defeat in a row, this time at the hands of Louis Van Gaal’s Manchester United.
It seemed this was the best chance for Arsenal to break their hoodoo against the Red Devils, and it was, but despite dominating throughout the game they couldn’t find the breakthrough. In the end, it resulted in United’s first away victory in seven months and the first under Dutch manager Louis Van Gaal.
As for Arsenal, well fans were understandable furious and immediately called for Wenger’s head. The question now seems to be, who should be his replacement- rather than should he stay or go.
Wenger cannot beat big teams any more. He’s finished at this level.
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) November 22, 2014
How can you defend Wenger when he sent Jenkinson on loan, sold Verma and didn’t sign a DM?
— Wilsherinho (@YoannArsenal) November 23, 2014
The longer Wenger is still in charge will mean the longer it takes the next manager to clean up the mess ?
— SheWoreAYellowRibbon (@SheWore) November 23, 2014
Wenger’s record v City Utd and Chelsea in the last 3 years – P15 W0 L6 D9. What does that tell us?
— Richard Keys (@richardajkeys) November 23, 2014
New day…same opinion…Jurgen Klopp in….Wenger out #AFC
— Jason The GÖÖNER (@Jas13913) November 23, 2014
Wenger’s past it but I hope the board at Arsenal take much longer than most of us did to realise that.
— Stretty News (@StrettyNews) November 23, 2014
If you’re a Wenger fan surely you would want Wenger to leave to save his legacy? As every game goes by he’s damaging it. Sad to see.
— Flitts (@FlittsTheGooner) November 23, 2014
We should have won by 6. We didn’t. Players take blame for finishing. Players looked mentally fragile again. Wenger takes blame for that IMO
— AFC_Andrew (@PR_WhoRu) November 22, 2014
I keep seeing this ‘But today wasn’t Wenger’s fault’. I hate to say it, but that doesn’t matter. The pattern is damning now.
— Billy Dunmore (@EducatedGooner) November 22, 2014