The extremely testing time with which Arsenal are experiencing on the field, is one which Arsene Wenger believes the club can overcome through creating an air of stability, which ultimately means his continuation as manager, according to Sky
Arsenal’s start to the current league campaign represents the Gunners worst in 58 years, resulting in Wenger’s position as manager being called into question, an issue which has far from evaporated although the Frenchman has overseen a run of three consecutive victories in all competitions.
Subsequently Wenger believes that a retention and not an overhaul of Arsenal’s current staff is imperative for the club‘s results on the park and their general welfare. “Of course stability is very important within football. I can’t say to the contrary because I have been here for such a long time. But what we know is that instability – unless you have unlimited financial resources – costs the club very highly,” said Wenger.
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