Arsene Wenger makes excuses with smart a** remarks about Chelsea Football Club

I make no apologies for the title, I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, Wenger is out of touch with the game, he needs to go.

There are many reasons Wenger should go, too many to list here, but I have covered the reason Arsene Wenger should be sacked now , which I highly recommend you check out.

This week Wenger the king of disappointment has his jocks in a knot because Chelsea Football Club only had to play 47 games.

While Arsenal, who face Chelsea in the FA Cup final on the 27th of  May, will have had to play 54 matches, I think, yep, can you hear that?, it’s the worlds smallest violin playing just for the Frenchman.

It’s always excuses with Wenger, he runs his mouth with nothing to back it up and this time he took a swipe at Chelsea, who rightfully are the league leaders, but the hate in Wengers heart has to find a way to p*** on the parade.

Not only that, instead of honestly coming out and admitting what is truly wrong at Arsenal, he has to make excuses and hit out at other clubs that are doing far better than what he’s bringing to the table these days,

What did Wenger say about Chelsea Football Club?

Speaking ahead of Arsenal’s clash against Southampton, Arsene Wenger said:

“In the last two seasons, teams who do not have big possession have won the league,”

“Football is about balance. We had games this season with 70 per cent possession like West Brom where lost 3-1 and Crystal Palace where we lost 3-0 and that means our balance was not right.

“But you cannot say to youth teams we do not want the ball. You cannot buy big players and say we do not want the ball. Big players want the ball.

“Sport has to encourage initiative. If it rewards too much teams who don’t take initiative we have to rethink the whole process because people will not come forever to watch teams who do not want to take the initiative.

“Teams who were not involved in Europe at all won the league because the league is so physically difficult maybe it is very difficult to cope with both.

“We will see how Chelsea responds next season.”

What furthers my point he is out of touch and should go, is when he said “Teams who were not involved in Europe at all won the league because the league is so physically difficult maybe it is very difficult to cope with both.

This is sometimes true, but not in all cases, and is that really the attitude you want the manager to have, lets break it down.

He said “the league is so physically difficult maybe it is very difficult to cope with both.”, Maybe?, what, you don’t know? maybe it’s very difficult?.

Think about that, thats a huge statement, he’s been in the business for how long? over how many years? and he’s saying maybe?.

Well if you don’t know that Wenger, then you surely have no idea what you are doing anymore, and how are you going to cope in the Champions League?.

This clearly explains the Gunners failure in Europe with Wenger, He doesn’t know what he’s doing.

“Sport has to encourage initiative. If it rewards too much teams who don’t take initiative we have to rethink the whole process because people will not come forever to watch teams who do not want to take the initiative.”

What?, that statement covers itself, complete, buffoon, your priorities in your head are out of whack mate.

The added touch at the end was another smart a*** statement,  “We will see how Chelsea responds next season.”, how about Arsenal? you sit there assessing other clubs, but when it comes to your own, it’s all “Maybe” this and “we will see” that.

Then there’s the “our balance was not right.” sorry to say Wenger, your “Balance’ hasn’t been right for many years.

Out of touch and clueless, the Club deserves better, the fans deserve better and most of all the players deserve better.

End the disappointment…

#WengerOut

See Also.

Chelsea Football Club’s BEST and WORST purchase in their club’s history

From the outside looking in: Why Arsene Wenger must leave for Arsenal to progess

#WengerOut: Arsene Wenger should be sacked now and here’s why

5 reasons THIS MANAGER should REPLACE Wenger!

 

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