The English giants are holding the 9th position in the Premier League table, having no hopes for qualifying for the champions league cup.
The Gunner’s Manager Mikel Arteta has been non-productive through the season and the audiences are getting impatient with him and are asking for him to be sacked.
The Gunner’s Manager, Mikel Arteta’s time is going through a bad phase which recently was converted even worse they drew the match against Slavia Prague in the UEFA Europa League quarter-finals in the last minute.
Failed as a Gunner’s Manager!!
Arsenal’s record this season has been miserable as Mikel Arteta’s squad is currently holding the 9th position in the league table and they were recently knocked out of the FA Cup and EFL Cup this season.
If Arsenal fails to secure a win against Salvia Prague in the second leg of the Europa League, then they will fail to see a trophy in this season as the Premier League trophy is also out of hands.
This disappointing performance helped to lose the patience of the Gunners and made them give a warning of sacking Mikel Arteta from his post.
Arsenal fan wrote in media, ”I keep saying it, the only direction Arsenal is going with Mikel Arteta in charge is down, the earlier they sack him, the better.”
Possible Future Gunner Manager
Being the condition like this, the Gunners needs to find a new manager for better results for the next season.
Thierry Henry is one of the possible candidates on the list and is capable to be the next Arsenal Manager.
The Arsenal and french Legend made history in world football as a player and his credentials will always remain intact. Though he couldn’t find much joy in his coaching career till now the impact on him has been inconsistent and will be very pleased to take over the helm at Arsenal.
In the playing days, he was their talisman, taking the team from bottom to the top, leading the side to a successful season.
Patrick Vieira is another Arsenal and french legend who is a capable candidate for the list as being a club legendary captain, his impact towards the club will be a profit to them.
He has already shown a decent job prior to his Ligue gig and is an extremely popular figure in the Arsenal fanbase.
Future of the Gunners
Fans will be undoubtedly be worried although future fixtures do not seem difficult on the basis of the current form.
They are left with only 6 matches in the Premier League, hope they secure the maximum points from the left matches in the future and promote up the position in the league table.
If the conditions for the Gunners remain the same then there is no hope for Mikel Arteta in the club for the future and the fans have to welcome a new manager who could take them to glory.
Will the Gunners sacked their manager and welcome a new one or will they stand with him hoping for glory next season?