Bayern Captain Arjen Robben Greets  Arsenal captain Per Mertesacker after a huge arsenal loss and defeat. 1-5 at Emirates. PHOTO | Courtesy

The Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger is now under unprecedented pressure following the defeat by Bayern Munich at emirates. The Arsenal board has agreed to consult with the manager to resign or retire voluntarily from the football field.
Hard play between Arsenal and Bayern Munich ate emirates. PHOTO | Courtesy

 The Arsenal board is now determining to end the 21-year tenure of Arsene Wenger following the humiliating 10-2 aggregate defeat by Bayern Munich in the champions league. The team is at a staggering position 5 with 50 points, 16 points behind the lead Chelsea team in the English Premier league.

The Tuesday defeat led to the arsenal fans at emirates protest and ended up in front of the swathes of empty red seats at the home stadium. The angry fans who chanted "Retire The Oldman" ended up to the pitch after the match forcing the security to evacuate them forcefully.

Bayern celebrating 5 goals at Emirates stadium on 7th March 2017. PHOTO | Courtesy

The Wednesday newspapers and sports analysts started with the "Arsenal Humiliation" followed by "all-time low" across the world. The arsenal Players who helped Wenger to make the club superb so some of them today were captured saying the time for change had finally come.

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