Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has had to endure a rather frustrating season this term. The London club has been rated as the favourites to clinch the Premier League title this 2015/2016 season for long spells this season, until things took a wrong turn for the worse, for Arsene Wenger’s side, in the month of March.
From failure to collect all the three crucial points in rather easy fixtures while facing supposedly weaker opponents to unwarranted draws, the London club story has been a frustrating one for expectant Arsenal fans. Things got even harder when the London Club was bundled out of the F.A cup following an undeserved loss to Watford.
Ever since this loss, a section of the fans have staged a spirited resistance against Arsene Wenger whom they say has let them down fur so many times with the club having to cope with the reality of being contented with a top four finish.
With dissent apparently rising against Arsene Wenger amongst the Arsenal fans, a section of the fans were plotting to boycott the West Brom encounter and those already in possession of tickets for this game were ready to stage a mass walkout in the 75th minute.
Following this development at Arsenal, former Manchester United star Ray Wilkins has made a touching revelation that Ronald Koeman, the Southampton manager, could willingly step up to replace Arsene Wenger should the Frenchman make an exit from the Emirates.
Ronald Koeman has built an impressive team at Southampton granting the youth precious breakthroughs into the first team and managing to muster crucial wins. Ray Wilkin thinks that Koeman’s current and previous pedigrees could make him a success at Arsenal and leaves the Dutchman as the favourite candidate to replace Arsene Wenger in the Event that Arsenal decides to part ways with the Frenchman.