‘’Specialist in failure’’ like the Arsenal manager is popularly known for especially tied to the fact that the veteran has failed to win the premier league since 2005 while other teams with less expectation from any one became the kings of the premier league with arsenal finishing behind them in second position.
With the premier league only a month away and every other team busy with their transfers, trying to get fully equipped for the premier league with the top clubs having it all to do with the champions league and the FA cup to contend with and probably leaving the carling cup for the under dogs.
The arsenal manager has signed only one player Granit Xhaka from Borussia Monchengladbach back in May for a fee in the region of £35million.
The Arsenal manager seems to be travelling through the season with no ambition to fight for a trophy as the need for a stringer lingers on with the Arsenal manager enjoying going after every player but failing to sign anyone.
The likes of Theo Walcott, Per Mertesacker, Gabriel, Francis Coquelin and even Jack Wilshere – just a couple of weeks after England’s exit from Euro 2016 – have reported back to London Colney, for training ahead of the start of the premier league.
As if that isn’t enough, Arsene Wenger, though, insists he will not risk the long-term impact of those returning internationals over the course of the 2016/2017 campaign, the start of which is now only a matter of weeks away.
‘You consider the rest time because France had a long, long go and I believe that they need four weeks’ holiday because they need to recover from that,’ Wenger told Arsenal Player.
‘It takes you two or three weeks to regenerate – to recover completely, and they need to come back with hunger. That disappointment to lose a final, it takes some time to recover from that.
‘I believe the club benefits from experiences at the top level, and the mental experiences as well that they have gone through with such a huge pressure. Of course, in the longer term you benefit from that.’
The Arsenal manager will be without his number one striker Giroud, with Alexis Sanchez injured and the hunt for a striker looks like a fairy tale not to mention Arsenal’s opener with Liverpool, it looks like the Arsenal manager is set to go another season without a trophy.