Arsenal players including summer signings, Lukas Podolski and Santi Cazorla are reportedly losing faith in boss Arsene Wenger according to Goal.com.
The players are becoming more and more bemused at the manager’s tactics, team selection and failure to replace Robin Van Persie.
Cazorla and Podolski are believed to be two of several players that have been left confused about how they couldn’t beat League Two side Bradford in the Capital One Cup on Tuesday night.
The manager is believed to have torn into the players at half-time but was left shocked when the players didn’t respond in the manner he would have expected.
It is rumoured that Lukas Podolski is fed up of being played out of position and used on the left-wing rather than down the centre. Even when main striker, Olivier Giroud isn’t starting, Arsene usually chooses to play Gervinho in the centre and this is frustrating the German international.
As for Santi Cazorla, he is one of the players that is bemused by the fact Wenger never really replaced Robin Van Persie.
Another issue for the players is that Aaron Ramsey is being played on the right side of the attack just to add more strength to the side and this is also annoying players as they feel this problem should have been addressed by now.
It seems the players are starting to doubt Arsene Wenger just like the fans are, so how long does the Frenchman have left at the helm of Arsenal?
Alex William Batt