Regular readers of this column will be well aware of my feelings on Arsene Wenger.
A great man, and the most successful Arsenal manager ever. But hopelessly and embarrassingly past his best.
After having built one of the best teams ever, and delivered three league titles to Highbury, Wenger has gone on to preside over an Arsenal regression that is dramatic and staggering, whichever way you choose to look at it.
For the last 10 years, Arsenal have spectacularly underachieved.
This was understandable during the first few years at the Emirates.
The club had a stadium to pay for, and their transfer activity reflected that.
But for a number of years now, there has been no restriction on spending, and yet the club are further and further away from the top of the table; finishing fifth and missing out on Champions League football in the season just gone.Read More
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