There has been much debate in recent months about whether Arsene Wenger can bring success back to the Emirates and many believe that we are actually falling further and further behind in every competition.
We were once considered main contenders for everything, but to many we are now just that team only look forward to getting into the Champions League every season and saving their money for a rainy day.
So we ask the question, is Wenger the man to bring the good days back to Arsenal?
Well judging from our clear lack of silverware in the last few seasons and the bosses stubbornness to adapt to the ever changing world of football, he is clearly not the manager that he once was and he has no idea how to get things right here.
So maybe with the news that Jose Mourinho is heading back to England, is there a case that we try and so whatever we can to acquire arguably the best boss on the planet.
As quoted in the Daily Mail he said: “You also don’t feel what we feel in almost every other country which is the passion for clubs. In England, it’s not just about passion for clubs, it’s mainly about passion for football – and you feel it.
“I loved it from the first to the last day. I don’t regret my last day because after that I was lucky enough to enjoy Italy and to have and enjoy some success there and also in Spain, so I don’t regret the day I left.
“But I know that one day I will come back because English football means a lot to myself.”
His football may not be the most exciting at times and his ego is second to none, but there is no doubt that he brings success wherever he goes.
He is a winner and doesn’t care how he does it, as long as he adds to his already impressive C.V, he will take on the world and more often than not he will win.
I know it is a long shot I know many of you will disagree, but if were not spending the money on new players, then we should invest in a top-class manager like Mourinho.
He may see the Gunners as a project he could put his stamp on and if the board gives him full control over team selection and transfers, he may well decide that the Emirates is where he wants to go.
We envy the success that other clubs are getting, but if there is a chance we could snap him up then maybe it’s time Wenger goes and we employ somebody that is at the top of their game
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