[Ratings] Time for Arsene Wenger to walk away


Yet another painful embarrassing defeat and yet another show of comedy defending by Arsenal under Arsene Wenger.

You can blame the players if you want! .. You can blame players like Nasri leaving the club. You can even blame the ref or the fact that the ball is round.

But for me the only person to blame is our manager.

We all know that Arsene is untouchable at Arsenal!.. The board will never sack the man who’s makes mega money and refuses to spend and is happy with finish in the CL place.

Wenger had all summer to address our weaknesses. But instead he faffed around in the transfer market and left it all till the very last moment and signed panic players.  Now we have played 5 games into the season and have 4 points and the worse defense in the league.

After losing 8-2 to Man Utd I didnt think it could get any worse, but 2 own goals and schoolboy defending showed its going to be a long and painful season. Will Arsenal now refund the poor away fans AGAIN!

Arsenal need a lot of this.

Fresh ideas, fresh tactics and most of all… a new change in management!… Arsene is never going to be sacked so thats why I say that Arsene should do the right thing and just walk.

He should of been remembered as our greatest manager. But now he is going down faster then the titanic and will be remembered as a manager who couldn’t address our problems and went 6 years without winning anything and turned a double winning team into a team fighting for 4 place (At best)

His project and principles are killing this club. His tactics of 4-5-1 is clearly the main problem but he is refusing to change.

We wanted Gary Cahill, Mata and Hazard. Wenger didnt want to pay that little bit extra and I hope now he is proud of himself.

Add to that the way he has handed the transfer dealings sums up that Arsene has lost the plot and we need change at Arsenal NOW! … The Wenger OUT page on Facebook now has over 1100 people LINK

My Ratings

Szczesny 6.5 : Nothing he could do with any of the goals. Made a few good saves.
Sagna 5.5 : Roasted by the Blackburn winger
Mertesacker 4:5 : Ive seen tanks turn faster. Slow and couldn’t handle the overweight Yakubu.
Koscielny 3:0 : Mr Panic had a terrible game and finished it off with an own goal.
Santos 7.5 : First start and played well. Put in a few decent balls towards the end that Mertesacker and Chamakh should have scored from.
Song 7.0 : Played well and set up the first goal but didnt look alive when defended and scored an own goal.
Arshavin 6.5 : Played well and had a decent impact on the left wing.
Arteta 8.0 : Scored his first goal and was at the heart of everything good.
Ramsey 7.0 : Set up Arteta for his goal and played some nice passes.
Gervinho 5.5 : Scored early and then got 2 cocky and didnt want to pass. Greedy and frustration.
Van Persie 6.0 : No support at all and only looked dangerous when we went 4-4-2. Set up Chamakh’s goal.

Walcott 7.0 : Looked very dangerous with his pace and put in 2 fantastic crosses.
Djourou 2.0 : The Arsenal clown, slipping all over the place, going to ground and crossing into row Z.
Chamakh 6.0 : Scored 1 great header and then missed an easy chance at the death to make it 4-4

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  1. Judith Le'Strange

    September 18, 2011 at 9:54 am

    Why would Wenger walk away, he’s under no pressure from the Board who seem quite happy and content to be in the CL year in year out & don’t really care how the team perform as long as they can line their pockets with their bonuses & Wenger saves them money by buying inferior players who are injury prone prior to their move to Arsenal, because they’re cheap. We need a change of management. A manager who is not afraid to tell the Board he needs x amount of money for this player or that player, perhaps we should bring back Dein, who at least knew who to go for whereas Gizidis is more interested in procuring sponsers rather than looking at new players. Yet we are supposed to have this extensive network of scounts worldwide. Where are they?

  2. Pacman

    September 18, 2011 at 10:01 am

    Santos 7,5, it’s a fucking joke!

  3. ranju

    September 18, 2011 at 11:00 am

    Mr Wenger needs to understand that since fans have to pay the highest ticket prices in the UK, we have high expectations especially since we’ve paid our debt off.

  4. Alex

    September 18, 2011 at 11:03 am

    Santos was at fault with the first goal – failed to keep the line and Yakubu was onsite – very sloppy. Second Yakubu goal – yet again he gave the linesman the chance to not to raise the flag. His position made no sense at all. One step away from goal and it was a clear offside. OK it was his first game but still 7,5 is too generous. Szeczney ( as much as Song) was responsible
    for our first own goal – a very week cross and he did not take it. Song is the most overrated player at Arsenal at the moment. We need a strong DM with brain.

  5. antolo

    September 18, 2011 at 11:54 am

    I think Wenger is the right person 2 handle Arsenal. Many people forget even Manchester United was embarrased once upon. Could of u still remember sometimes in 2006 Manchester United was wallped by Newcastle 5 – 0. Repeat 5 – 0, and it was more embarrasing cpmpared to arsenal coz at leat Arsenal put 2 goal while MU put zero goal. An difference of both 5 n 6 respectively. N MU was hammered by Bolton Wanderers 4 – 3 same happen to arsenal at nistelrooy era. And it happen for strongest and settled MU side compared to weakest and rebuild Arsenal side.Did the Board sack Sir Alex????? The answer was no. If they sacked Sir Alex we might not see MU in premiere league today

    Coz in football u have ur gud and bad days. Especilaly for Arsenal. With 2 key midfielders and one influential left back gone it was not easy to build the team over the night. I think we vhave to learn to talk by using our brain not our knee. And for stastical info only four teams won premiere league since 1992 MU – 13, Chelsea – 3, Arsenal – 3, Bolton – 1. So mirror ourshelves if we want Wenger to go.

    And bear in mind 15 years ago nobody knew Arsenal. Arsenal was a mere club like QPR, Derby Qounty, Porthmouth and the likes. Who brought arsenal to this level?If you guys don’t know I will tell you his name is Arsene Wenger. An Arsenal is the only top club who build up success without making debt. An Arsenal the only club who runs undefeated in premiere league for the last 100 years. The record which cannot be achieved even by MU or Chelsea. And who engineered it? I tell you one more time his name is Arsene Wenger.

    If Arsene Wenger leaves Arsenal now, Real Madrid, Marselle and many more elite clubs are welcoming him . So stop bluffing we dont need plastic Arsenal supporters.

  6. Jay

    September 18, 2011 at 12:07 pm

    quite possibly the WORST blog I’ve EVER read…. So factually inept on transfers etc. Never mind before I even got to Santos as rated at 7.5??? shows you have no clue.. couldn’t get a pass to an Arsenal Player and played there striker onside 3 times… TERRIBLE performance…. This blog 3/10

  7. 08:00 A.M.

    September 18, 2011 at 12:21 pm

    Santos 7.5? Did you watch the game? The Brazilian is a disaster!!!

  8. Conor

    September 18, 2011 at 12:35 pm

    Santos 7.5. He was at fault for the 1st goal. The other 3 defenders were all playing the offside and he was out of position and left The Yak in. Play okay besides that, i’d give him a 6.

  9. goonerob

    September 18, 2011 at 1:13 pm

    I am and probably always will be prepared to look at Arsenal through rose tinted specs but the reality is that sadly Arsene has lost his way and no longer seems to know what to do, most of the players we have are and should be good enough with the obvious glaring exceptions but they are lacking leadership and obviously defensive training. Why a German international seems to be still learning his trade is baffling, I mistakenly assumed that due to his lack of pace that he would compensate with impeccable positioning sadly I and many others have been proved wrong. We are a shambles defensively and not much better in attack, we do not seem to have any of the attacking slickness that we used to possess and it is not all down to losing Cesc as Arteta is proving a very good buy ( he must be wondering what he has let himself in for) and although we are still missing Wilshere and more importantly the Verminator we should still be comfortably beating the likes of Blackburn. I am dreading the day we play Man City as I think the Manure game will then look like a good result. We need a new man to take over the team and have Arsene in the background as I think he is still valuable to Arsenal.

  10. gunneral

    September 18, 2011 at 2:07 pm

    First off Yakubu was off side for the second of his goals, bad linesmaship.

  11. Sidcup Reds

    September 18, 2011 at 9:28 pm

    Fuck Wenger!
    Fuck the board!
    Fuck anyone who gets in my way when I moan at the manager next home game!
    Fuckin’ North Bank tourist/student/football shirt wearing crowd!

  12. Paul

    September 18, 2011 at 9:33 pm

    I hid you bunch of wankers on news now before, why oh why did I empty the cache. Worst arsenal blog in the world. I’m not saying time’s not up for Wenger. Santos and Song, your analysis of both of their performances was just about summing you twats up. Pathetic. PLEASE FUCK OFF. Yes. Hiding. Now!

  13. The BearMan

    September 19, 2011 at 11:20 am

    Time for Wenger to hault his stance and make room for a quality defensive coach to step in. This has been Arsenal’s major area of weakness for to many seasons now. One thing Wenger has proven is that he is unable to cure the problem, then the next best thing is to find A-MAN-WHO-CAN!

    Stop wasting all that monies on coaches who knows’ thwart.

  14. Blue moon

    September 19, 2011 at 2:42 pm

    First of all is Wenger out. No mercy any more for this man who look stupid and idiot time by time with the stupid policy and not listen any voice form fan club who need result more than the stupid idiot passing style that this man never care the fan club ‘voice. Wenger out

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