Arsenal fan and mainstream artist Lethal Bizzle believes that Arsene Wenger may be nearing the end with fans feeling let down after what was a disappointing transfer window, the Mirror reports
The UK rapper is the cousin of former Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong and is growing frustrated at Wenger’s reluctance to adapt to the modern times with regards to the transfer fees being paid.
Bizzle claims that the spine of our team has needed strengthening for a while and he fears that Wenger’s inactivity will leave us struggling to qualify for the Champions League – something which may cost the manager his job.
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“I don’t know what Wenger’s playing at, he’s very stubborn,” he was quoted as saying in the Mirror.
“I just think if we really want to challenge for the title he needs to pull his finger out and adapt to the whole wage system.
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“We’re way off and I think we’ll be lucky to get fourth this year. It’s inevitable we’ll get injuries – that’s football.
“January is the most panic-buying window so I don’t know if we’ll manage to get anyone by then. It’s a real shame. I think Arsene Wenger could be counting his days.”
Lethal Bizzle, whose real name is Maxwell Ansah, will be probably be supported by a large section of Arsenal fans given that we feel that this has been a major opportunity missed.
Our rivals seem to experience difficulties every summer, whether it’s a change of manager or a saga involving one of their players, which should give us an advantage.
The stability we’ve had over the past few years, with little change in our playing squad while our manager remains the same, leaves us a little disappointed that we’re no closer to winning the Premier League.