Despite holding the record as Arsenal’s most successful ever manager, Wenger was forced to step down at the end of the 2017-18 season after failing to secure Champions League football for a second campaign running.
The atmosphere at the Emirates was poisonous and sadly for Wenger, who was feeling the wrath from supporters, there was no other answer but to go.
Unai Emery’s time is up at Arsenal, the results and performances have not been good enough
Arsenal let a fourth consecutive lead slip away against Vitoria on Wednesday in Europa League
Emery, picked ahead of Manchester City assistant Mikel Arteta, was the man to lead the Gunners forward and tasked with getting them back among Europe’s elite while upholding the club’s values from Wenger’s days.
But fast forward to the present day, and the club are perhaps in an even bigger mess both on the pitch and in the dressing room, exacerbated by the ridiculous and unnecessary drama surrounding Granit Xhaka.
It has to be stated, some…