Battle of the Bosses: Wenger's new nadir, Jose channels Fergie

Doug Mendoza
March 21, 2017

Wenger is under enormous pressure to retain his job at the Emirates beyond the end of this season, when his contract is due to expire.

Sutton said also Wenger wants to "surround himself with "yes" men", and that has been his downfall.

Following Arsenal's 3-1 defeat to West Brom on Saturday, Wenger revealed that he has made a decision on his future and intends to make his decision public soon.

The former Blackburn Rovers and Celtic striker was on BBC Radio 5 Live on Monday night, and didn't hold back when discussing Arsene Wenger.

The future of the Premier League's longest-serving manager has been a hot topic in recent weeks following an alarming run of form that has seen them lose six of their last nine games and crash out of the Champions League with a 10-2 aggregate thumping by Bayern Munich.

It's reported that Wenger has made a decision to extend his stay at the Emirates Stadium by a further year and the poor form has only pushed the Frenchman closer to penning a new deal, as he's determined to turn things around.

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"He's taking the club backwards". Leicester City - Leicester City - beat us in the Premier League when it was supposed to be our season.

"We hope we can win the cup and that Arsenal qualify for the Champions League", the France worldwide told Canal Plus.

But, that achievement looks in serious threat as they face severe competition with just 11 games to go.

"Let's stop this other myth of "be careful what you wish for" and 'what are we going to get?' and 'how do we beat a guy with this record?'"

"We want to see Arsene sign a new deal", Giroud said on InfoSport Plus in France.

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