Should Wenger Bow Out After Victory?

Nine years ago there was a suspicion that Sir Alex would quit if he won the FA Cup; this year Philip Cornwall wonders whether Arsene Wenger is pondering the same question...

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masood (Arsenal) says...

lets face it. city,chelsea,united,pool and possibly even spurs and everton are going to add quality to thier teams while arsenal will do the usual last minute "whoever is availble for cheap" so to protect his one last remainig legacy of having reached CL every seson he should leave specially if he wins the FA cup....

Posted 5:02pm 17th May 2014

mufcmike85 (Manchester United) says...

Will Arsene and his Gunners choke again when it matters? Will Szcz┬┐sny and Koscielny make the funniest double act since Barthez and Blanc? Does Steve Bould make you laugh because his surname resembles his hairstyle? Tune in next week to find out!!!!!

Posted 7:47am 17th May 2014

sodoff (Arsenal) says...

How many clubs have gone longer than 9 years? plenty! if Wenger goes, someone will come in and be met with the same financial constraints placed on Wenger. Let the man stay!

Posted 7:02pm 16th May 2014

quoththeraven (Crystal Palace) says...

@mootilated - while we're spectacularly missing sarcastic points, no one (least of all him) ever mentions Dave Whelan broke his leg in an FA Cup final, similarly when 'Arry Redknapp took over at Spurs they only had 2 points from 8 games - surprised no one picked up on that

Posted 12:33pm 16th May 2014

pa___ul (Liverpool) says...

I think now would be the perfect time for him to bow out and for Arsenal to bring in someone like De Boer.

Posted 12:19pm 16th May 2014

mootilated (Arsenal) says...

Arsenal have gone 9 years without a trophy?! Wow! Thanks. The media doesn't remind us every f**king day!

Posted 12:12pm 16th May 2014

Editor says ...

Yep. That was the rather sarcastic point being made.

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