This will upset Arsenal diehards and the Wenger believers, but Wenger is not quite the manager he was a few seasons ago.
His attitude has changed and his new angle of the sulky middle aged Frenchman who stands there and sulks for the 90 minutes of the game is not a good one.
He looks as though and sounds like he feels the world is against him and his team. In short he has become very petulant and annoying.
It is rubbing off on his team too. In Sunday’s 2-0 defeat to Manchester City, his team felt somewhat aggrieved for the stonewall red card received by Laurent Koscielny early on in the game. For the rest of the match they moaned and sulked around the pitch, arguing with the referee at any given opportunity.
This attitude needs to be changed and Wenger needs to realize that he is harming his team with his childish behavior.
He has been a superb manager over the years, and behind Sir Alex Ferguson is the greatest manager that the Premier League has ever seen, but if he carries on with these antics then he is danger of tarnishing his legacy.
I’m not saying that he needs to be replaced, just to make an attitude adjustment and realize that Arsenal is no longer good enough to be considered title contenders or even to be guaranteed a Champions League spot.
It will help the club in the long run; there is no doubt about that.