The lunatics have taken over the asylum!!!!
And to be fair, given the recent results, they can do anything they want!!!
The rumour mill is in full effect, with stories of moles and player revolts.
Apparently the players have covertly taken control of the team, as, in their words, “we need more help from the coaches.”
— BAM! (@invinciblog) March 8, 2018
Granit was openly seen telling Wenger to “Fcuk off” in the dying minutes against Milan and Rambo, the apparent ringleader, was seen laughing at the proceedings.
The latest story from inside the revolution is that the players want Henry installed as an assistant to help Wenger out of the hole he has dug.
The story goes that it is a no brainer, “Just seeing Thierry on the training pitch would set the pulses racing. It’s what many of them (the players) would like to see. But whether Arsene goes for it is another matter.”
And there lies the issue, Arsene cherry picks the ex-players he employs.
Whether that decision is based on their ability to do the job or Arsene’s need to have the power and not employ a populous vote star, it’s Arsene’s decision.
I can’t see the likes of Henry, Vieira or Arteta, being employed by Arsene, because, in my humble opinion, they would instantly have more power at the club, as the players, the fans and to a degree, Josh Kroenke, would worship the ground they walk on and hang off every word they say.
And Wenger won’t let that happen, he needs his staff to be subordinate, yes men and he needs to be in full control.
The only solution to all this is for Josh Kroenke to take the power back, grow a pair and for the club to make an announcement, now.
Arsene to leave at the end of the season.
I believe this works for all parties.
The team can then concentrate on winning Europa League and impressing the new boss, who they don’t know (maybe?), but obviously the club (hopefully?) does and will be watching and assessing for next seasons cull.
Arsene then (hopefully ?) gets to break his hoodoo of winning a European trophy and gets the respectful sign off from the club he deserves.
And the majority of the fans get a new man at the helm, whomever that may be, and we get our club back, which is what most of us desperately desire.