A Look at the Top Four Race, The FA Cup & 12 Possible Wenger Replacements

Things have gone pear-shaped again.

After another shambolic scouse smashing, Arsenal have gone from challenging for the title – to battling for top four. Something we have become all too familiar with.

Thankfully, the only real contenders seem to be our latest tormentors Everton, and with fixtures like Manchester United, Southampton and Manchester City, they still have a lot of work to do.

The Gunners on the other hand, have some easier fixtures coming their way…

The Gunners on the other hand, have some easier fixtures coming their way, with Newcastle being the strongest team on the list.

But at the same time, you can’t go into any game assuming it will be an easy three points. We know that better than most.

This Saturday though, we have something else to look forward to. An FA Cup semi-final.

Championship side Wigan will probably play like Bayern Munich on the day, so Arsenal will need to throw everything they have at this one. Especially in the form we’re in.

Surely we can’t let yet another Cup slip through our desperate fingers yet again?

Turning Wigan over will help with our flailing confidence levels, and with just Wigan, Hull and Sheffield United left, you simply have to expect that we now with the damn thing. Surely we can’t let yet another Cup slip through our desperate fingers yet again?

Rumours have surfaced that Flamini and Arteta will be replaced by Ramsey and Kallstrom in the middle. I’d hope those changes will also be accompanied by Chamberlain replacing the recently stale Santi Cazorla.

Santi has been in the press recently, talking about Arsenal’s lack of a winning mentality (oh the irony).

Speaking of which, Santi has been in the press recently, talking about Arsenal’s lack of a winning mentality (oh the irony), and how he would consider leaving at some stage. Is it just me who wants him gone now? He’s probably the most uncreative creative player we have.

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12 Possible Wenger Replacements

I’m not part of the #WengerOut crew – for now.

What do I think if the Wenger situation you ask? Try me again at the end of the season.

With the FA Cup in sight, and fourth spot still up for grabs, I feel it’s too early to be making such a big call. However, it’s no secret that a section of Arsenal fans have (again) begun calling for Arsene’s head to roll. Right now, I disagree with you. But at the same time, I understand where you’re coming from.

So, check out this list of 12 Potential Replacements for Arsene Wenger. Let me know if any of the listed names tickle your fancy.

Just remember though, this time last season, nobody would have minded David Moyes replacing Arsene Wenger. So choose wisely.

What do I think if the Wenger situation you ask? Try me again at the end of the season. For now, there is still plenty of work to be done.

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