When a team struggles the first person you look at is the manager. Unless Kelly Brook or Jules Wheeler are part of the Arsenal staff of course. Then you just look at them two beauties.
And it's true that things haven't been great for us Gooners in recent years so I understand the frustration building.
Despite this I always try to look at the bright side of things. You could say I am 10% optimistic and 90% deluded but that is just me.
That said of course I am worried about Arsenal and where we seem to be at the moment but, when J-Lo's bottom isn't in the way, I see the bigger picture and think there is always someone worse off than yourself.
I understand people questioning Wenger too. I think nobody is above criticism, constructive criticism at that, and there are questions of Arsene that need to be answered.
However it is easy to say 'sack the manager' and get someone new in isn't it? Who do you replace Wenger with if that's the case and would he do a better job?
In my opinion if a man could be guaranteed to do better than Arsene then bring him in. I'm pretty tasty at Football Manager 2009 so I am a possible candidate.
But seriously nobody is guaranteed to do such a thing and while I agree a lot of the time a change can freshen things up in the short-term you have to look at the long-term picture.
Could you honestly see this current Arsenal board giving a new manager lots and lots of cash to spend if they don't give it to Arsene Wenger?
So we would be in the same situation only with a new manager at the helm who has Arsene Wenger's squad.
And would the new gaffer be happy with the constraints that Wenger has had to deal with in the last few years? I doubt it.
Arsene has just got on with it, without moaning. And I think he should be respected for that.
Bandying names about to replace Wenger is easy to do but when I see the likes of Harry Redknapp mentioned my eyes bleed.
Seriously? If Manchester United, Barcelona, Real Madrid or Wigan had managerial vacancies and Wenger or Redknapp was in front of them who would they choose?
I mean, he was sacked by S*urs!!!
It would not be triffic if Harry was at the Emirates unless he was selling hot-dogs in a burger stall.
In my opinion Arsene Wenger is not irreplaceable at Arsenal. Nobody is. But there is more to this.
I think the board are happy with top 4 finishes and the money it brings in. Wenger delivers that so they are never going to sack him.
We have a stadium to pay off and the gaffer gets by on what he is given to help the club. Would Redknapp, Guardiola or Mourinho do the same?
They would be out the door quicker than John Terry knocking on his team-mates doors for a quick fumble when they are at training now he is injured.
Of course I get frustrated by Wenger too. Please don't think I'm a Wengerite. But I genuinely don't think replacing him, at this moment in time, is the right thing to do.
Nothing would change. It would be the same board only we would probably have managers coming and going the door because they wouldn't take it.
Wenger is paid handsomely of course, but you can't doubt that he loves Arsenal and has the clubs best interests at heart.
And not a lot of people could do a better job in his shoes.
I am speculating here but a bit of honesty, from the board, would go a long way to help a lot of Arsenal fans realise that maybe Wenger isn't so bad after all.
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