I believe that should if Arsenal lose to Boros, lose to Man City and got thrash 5-1 at WHL, like at AS Monaco when the Board lost confidence in him, Josh Kroenke will certainly sack a loser like Arsene Wenger.
As long as Arsenal FC is safe from relegation, and confirmed out of all EUropean competition, there is no difference on results whether Arsene Wenger is still around or not.
Just look at Leicester City after Raineri had lost the dressing room and sacked.
Similarly, Arsene Wenger had lost the dressing room, the fan base and when Sir Chump walked out of Crystal Palace, meaning ... the Board is split and a matter of Josh Kroenke showing some balls and sack Arsene Wenger this month.
No to Henry
Arsene Wenger was far from receptive to suggestions from the board that he should bring in former forward Thierry Henry to help lift the spirits with fans and the players.
Josh Kroenke, who is of course the son of Stan, is thought to be leading the calls for Henry to return, with Sky Sports willing to allow the pundit to leave and the job with Belgium not thought to be an issue.
Wenger however is ready to block the suggestion outright, and has already turned down the offer from Henry to work for free with the youth players while he carries on at Sky Sports.
Will he lose the board?
This is of course yet another sign that Wenger and the board are at increasing odds, and that there may not actually be a future for the manager at the club.
Wenger’s side are sat in seventh place in the table and are in serious danger of missing out on the top four, and if that happens, you’d expect the fans to riot, and Wenger to either have to take suggestions from the board, or step aside.
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