Furious Arsenal Supporter Calls Out Arsene Wenger and Ivan Gazidis In Must-See Video

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Moments after Arsenal lost 3-1 at home against Aston Villa on the opening day of the season yesterday, an Arsenal supporter was interviewed and asked whether or not the match — the first home loss on opening day for Arsenal in two decades — could have gotten any worse.

The hardcore Arsenal supporter didn’t hold back — criticizing Arsene Wenger, Ivan Gazidis, the Arsenal board and even the Arsenal Supporters’ Trust.

Hats off to the Arsenal fan for not holding back, and telling it the way it is:

And now thanks to the Internet, the Arsenal fan’s words have been put into a remix:

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11 Responses to Furious Arsenal Supporter Calls Out Arsene Wenger and Ivan Gazidis In Must-See Video

  1. Smokey Bacon says:

    Steady on mate, you’ll give yourself a Sean Connery!

  2. fogo says:

    Well said mate, the only way to get tthese clowns out is to revolt..Wenger the dictator and his rregime out now, before its to late.

  3. Pete Q says:

    That’s an amazing video. Makes you aware of the pain real Arsenal supporters are feeling today.

  4. christy says:

    Well said mate.Myself and my brother and kids go there from Ireland 6 to 8 times a year to watch our team and we always will.To pay the money we pay and Wenger comes out with a statement to the reporters if you can find the players I will buy them.Get off your arse and earn your wages,its your job to find them with the supporters money or get out.

  5. Errin Butterfield says:

    I couldn’t have said it any better myself straight to the point. Well said mate. I personally would like to see at least one home game sit out by the fans. Perhaps show up to the next home game but stay outside the stadium. I will cancel my flight,hotel and game tickets for early next year if no decent quality signings are made(not just signings for the sake of it) and some serious ambitions are not shown. I fully understand the players need the fans for support and its not there fault, but enough is enough and one home game with the stands very close to empty(if not totally empty) would /should do more good than bad in the long run and send a clear message to the board and wenger. Enough is Enough!

  6. IanCransonsKnees says:

    At least he’s a Cockney.

    Bet Dust enjoyed this?

  7. Zach says:

    It is frustrating to see Arsenal refuse to use their resources to improve their squad depth. All the lean years after paying off the Emirates Stadium project this summer was sold to the fan base as the year of world class signings but nothing has happened.

    I first became a supporter when I attended the home opener of the 2008-09 campaign with Nasri scoring in his first EPL game and it is frustrating to see the team slowly sell its players off since that year. Looking back at it now it seems that was the last year before the Arsenal started to implode. I fell in love with Arsenal because of the way they played seemed like an evolution in the game and the man behind it, Wenger, was a numbers man. But it seems Wenger has stopped trying to evolve his game and let it gone flat.

    At this point any explanations by Wenger, Gazidis or Kroenke on the Arsenal transfer policy would be fruitless. They have all decided to keep the supporters in the dark on why it is they refuse to sign world class footballers, but also sell the world class talent they had and refuse to add any depth to their bench. They have decided what they think would work for Arsenal is the only way to do business. If they are going to put their egos above the best interest of the club then they should be willing to accept the ramifications of those decisions.

    No top 4, No Champions League. Then change would have to happen.

    Joe Torre left the Yankees and they still won a title after he left and I think the Arsenal could do the same if those in charge refuse to evolve.

    COYG!

  8. deejay says:

    wenger has played with fans feeling far too long.. even if he signs some player this time, he sud leave at the end of the season, atmost.
    arsenal is slower in transfer than any club in any country.
    how can wenger say there is none in the market…
    everybody knows he is not in the transfer market except himself.

  9. Simon Burke says:

    A little colourful but he’s spot on. To go into the season with one defender on the bench is criminal.
    Granted, its a little unlucky to have 2 injured and a third harshly sent off but its unacceptable to name just one defender in the subs because that’s all they were able to name.

    They have banged on all Summer about money and how they’ll spend it. THey have hung themselves with their own words and raising expectations. Its not the fans fault and I have always liked Wenger but this is unacceptable and he is as culpable as the board and whoever is doing the negotiating.

    My gut feeling is they will spend as little as possible and Kroenke is going to take a rich asset and sell it on massively because it will be attractive to investors as there is very little debt.

    To any fans above who are disliking statements made by others here, you are now deluding yourselves. The tipping point has well and truly been reached and this board/manager have made their positions untenable after all the promises made and the same old incompetence in the window. I am gutted at it all.

  10. Dry Martini says:

    What a wanker. Settle down and learn to support your squad. I support Leeds and we still travel 5k strong and in full-throated hot rage to every match and we’ve been more hard-done by from incompetence at the administrative level than poor Arsenal ever was. So cry me a river.

    • Simon Burke says:

      No complaints on Leeds, you’ve been through the ringer no doubt but I am sure it was last season that Leeds were fans were very unhappy and screaming at Warnock.

      Arsenal issue is the opposite. LEeds mortgaged their future and spent well beyond their means. Arsenal seemingly have a massive pile of cash and the highest ticket prices in the land yet can only name 1 sub who is a defender because there is no-one else. Both situations are really poor.

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