Chilean fans to ask Alexis Sanchez to leave Arsenal
- Author: Julie Sanders Feb 18, 2017,
Feb 18, 2017, 15:14
Sanchez's Gunners future has been a matter of intense debate in recent months, with the Chilean said to be unhappy with the club's failure to challenge for major honours during his time at the Emirates Stadium.
Supporters of the global star, who are fed up at seeing him carry an Arsenal side 10 points off the pace in the Premier League and 5-1 down after the first leg of their Champions League last-16 match, are organising a protest march in order to help force his departure.
Despite being the second most expensive signing in the club's history, Xhaka has been widely criticized for his disciplinary record, which has seen him sent off twice already this season. This was shameful from Wenger and his team, a complete surrender, and another painful reality that they really possess only two players of stellar quality in Alexis Sánchez, who scored and never stopped trying, and...
With the 67-year-old's contract set to expire at the end of the season, there is growing speculation Wenger's 21-year association with the club could be coming to an end. "It is important for the club to be in safe hands".
That is the kind of company Arsenal used to keep.
Alternatively, it could be that Wenger, seemingly a control freak who issues decrees on everything from the menu in Arsenal's canteen to the number of years Theo Walcott will be given to reach his potential, has chose to delegate authority for making the biggest decision in the club's recent history.
"The best result for the players would be a 0-0 - for you lot probably a 3-3 or 2-2", he added.
Former Arsenal players led the calls for Wenger to be replaced.
But Bayern hit top gear after the interval.
"Even if I go, Arsenal will not win every single game in the future, we have to accept that", he said on Friday.
IT SEEMS AS if everything is slowly falling apart at Arsenal. I hate to lose games. "He lets them play, is not confrontational and gives them freedom".
The Bayern result was Arsenal's second 5-1 defeat at the Allianz Arena in as many seasons, and Wilson acknowledged a "fragility" and lack of leadership in the current side. You do things as a family. "That means that although everything is not flawless, not all is wrong".
Another tweeted: "Sky Sports News now have famous and successful manager Dean Saunders telling Arsene Wenger what to do".