Arsenal fans should be careful what they wish for over Arsene Wenger, warns Hull boss Steve Bruce.
Following the sacking of Manchester United coach David Moyes; by the Glazer Family which was provoked by angry United fans wanting the manager to leave the club after a poor first season at the club, in which the Red Devils found themselves lying 7th on the log table and potentially out of the race in any chance what-so-ever to compete for Champions League football next season after loosing 2-0 to Everton at the Goodison Park.
Hull boss Steve Bruce has warned Arsenal fans praying for an end to the Arsene Wenger era to be careful what they wish for.
Bruce and his side had the chance of wrecking the Gunners’ season. As they could have dented Arsenal’s top-four bid had they won at the KC Stadium last weekend. However their only chance left would be an upset in the FA Cup final on May 17.
That would see a ninth season without a trophy for Wenger, but Bruce believes Arsenal fans should remember the Frenchman’s achievements during his 18-year reign on a restricted budget.
“He’s got enough respect to be able to choose when the time’s right for him to go,’ said Bruce. ‘For the English coach, he has been horrific because everybody thought, “Can we find another Wenger?”.
“For what he’s done, how his teams play and how he is, he’s as good as you get. Sometimes you need to be careful what you wish for — fans should be careful.”
“Arsenal have been in the top four every year, so for him to have doubters is quite remarkable.”
In my own opinion i think Bruce is right and that angry Arsenal fans should take a cue from the situation at United and let Wenger have a peaceful reign at the helm of the club as the Frenchman looks to build on the success he already had in the past -next season. After successor Moyes failure to deliver following his take-over from Sir Alex Ferguson.
It would be terrible and unimaginable if Arsenal relieve Wenger of his duties and then bring in another manager that would fail to deliver. Such as the reign Moyes had at Old Trafford.
Arsenal are just only recovering from our stadium debt and the Arsenal board has assured the club and its fans of massive funds going to be made available for transfers in the summer, with a healthy financial statement being posted by the club earlier this year as proof to this promise.
Arsenal fans be-careful what you wish for!
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