Arsenal employee and fan resigns to help Wenger sign players
Actually he doesn't, but a fake resignation letter from a reported club shop worker was posted on Twitter and the it caught lots of attention. See it here...
Arsene Wenger has become a frustration to many at Arsenal football club for his refusal to sign players that are believed by fans to be the difference for their side finishing in their top four home and actually winning the league or achieving more in the Champions League.
The usual stance taken by Wenger, the manager that gave us "The Invincibles", is that the club is not willing to pay significantly more than the price that they believe the player to be valued. In today's crazy transfer market that is an admirable, but difficult to justify with the revenues that Arsenal are bringing in - including some of the highest ticket prices in the land.
One supposed fan, who said they worked in the club shop decided to help free up some funds for the manager to help his club get the players they need - or at least he wanted to make a point - and posted their resignation letter. Although not true we found it amusing nonetheless and it certainly got people talking. Be careful what you believe though...
Today I am no long going to be a burden to Mr Wenger and Arsenal Football Club pic.twitter.com/cdQY7DrB9j— Arsenal Employee (@ArsenalEmployee) 22 de agosto de 2016
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