In our 130 year history we've won 13 league titles, or 1 a decade meaning we're within the margin of error where that's concerned and I know the #WengerOut
folks don't want to hear it but Arsene's safely ahead of pace (though admittedly far less so than he once was).
On Wenger, I've been an avid sports fan my whole life and I've seen numerous instances of a team getting rid of a very good coach/manager with a notion of performing just a little bit better. It almost always fails, which if you think about it, it kind of has to. There's only two active managers that I'm thoroughly convinced are better than Wenger, Pep and Mou. If we could have had Pep I think we would and that Arsene would have been OK with it. I, like most of you I assume, want absolutely nothing to do with Mou. Various cases can be made for Klopp, Simeone, Ancelotti, Conte or Enrique. But none are clearly superior all things considered and I'd rate it unlikely that those sort are where we'd go for a new manager. Which is to say, be careful what you wish for.
Things I do think are worth wishing for... #KroenkeOut
. I'm an American Gooner, Kroenke is running Arsenal like a profit generating American franchise not a profit neutral European Club. City, Chelsea and United routinely spend more on talent than we do. How can fans expect to win every year when this is true?
I'd wager we've slightly outperformed our spending level over the length of the title drought which would seem to be a credit to management. From that perspective, Arsene's problem is not being willing or able to spend competitively with Chelsea, City, United, PSG, Bayern, Madrid and Barca. Some of that is likely his own ego regarding value/development but I believe he'd do it anyways if the owner was more concerned with winning stuff than profit and told him to spend. Kroenke is not. So I'd suggest we focus on the actual problem... not that we can change that either but it'd at least make more sense.