Friday, 17 February 2017

I Feel Sorry For Arsene Wenger But It's Time For A Change - Jamie Carragher

I Feel Sorry For Arsene Wenger But It's Time For A Change - Jamie Carragher

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Jamie Carragher says there is the need for change at Arsenal even though he feels sorry for Arsene Wenger.

The call for Wenger's retirement has dragged for so many years but Wednesday night's 5-1 loss to Bayern Munich made the demand a more urgent one.

Aside being on their way out of the Champions League, the Gunners are fourth on the league table, ten points behind Chelsea.

And with the way it stands, they will end up the same way they have been in the last ten years - no major trophies.

There is this popular notion that the Frenchman is the problem and will have to leave for the club to regain its spark. Carragher shares this view.

Writing in his Daily Mail column on Friday night, Carragher said:

“As I watched Bayern Munich rip Arsenal to shreds on Wednesday, I felt sorry for him. Critics will ask why when he has a bumper salary to fall back on but feeling sorry for him, more than anything, is a sign when change is needed. Nobody in football wants to receive sympathy.

“When pity becomes the dominant emotion, it shows your threat has disappeared.”

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