Arsenal were at their ‘awful best’ on Tuesday as they crumbled miserably 1-5 at home to Bayern Munich.
The Gunners crashed out of the UEFA Champions League thus failing to get to the quarter finals for the seventh consecutive time since 2010.
The last time Arsenal let in five goals in a continental tie was way back in 1982 when the Gunners lost 5-2 to Spartak Moscow in a UEFA Cup tie.
Some fans sarcastically suggested that UEFA should ‘honour’ Arsenal with certificate of attendance for the ‘feat’ of not going beyond the round of 16 for the seven consecutive times.
Others question why the club should struggle to get UFA Champions League slot in the Premiership since they cannot cross the round of 16 hurdle.
With the current ouster, what should the club do to manager, Arsene Wenger who has been with the team in the last 21 years? He has been the longest coach of Arsenal having being on the saddle since October 1996. Should he be asked to go?
The poll is open now and will run through to 12 am on March 15.
Let’s hear your voice at the Sports Village Square. Your opinion may count.
Should Arsène Wenger remain as Arsenal manager?