What the Gunners need to do to get back to the Wenger days

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What is the problem with the Gunners and how should they move forward to achieve the same results of the good old days?

In the early to late 2000s, Arsenal was a force to be reckoned with. They stamped their authority on all competitions, be it domestically or in the Champions League, the Gunners had the quality to push any team.

Arsenal has not recovered since Arsene Wenger retired. Wenger had the vision to see potential in players and was excellent at developing young talent, as well as moulding them into stars. Another manager who was great at this was Sir Alex Ferguson.

The London side does have a couple of young players who have potential, but they no Thierry Henry or Dennis Bergkamp. Arsenal has recruited some gifted players over the years and made some bad choices with regards to the transfer of players in and out of the club, especially selling them to rivals within the EPL.

This contributes to the Londoners lacking the strength to hold onto higher positions in the league for extended periods at a time. Arsenal is currently lying in 9th position, with ten matches left to play, and eight points off a Champions League spot.

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