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How i wish i had saved all my past posted comments. I have asked this same question over 2 years ago. arsenal must be the lightest weight team in the EPL. I think some other questions also boils down to when does a coach stop giving his best? When/how can one determine that. What do you weigh during decision times--the business venture vs on-field trophy exploits which have been non-existent. Is the club massaging AW's ego or protecting there own interest. Is there no other coach that can replicate or perhaps take the club to the next level? There should come a time when a coach needs to move on. The fans are being held as trophy-less hostages. The case i see here is that we must be contented with what we have as the supposedly 'best' coach or 'best' team. I still feel its going to get worse before it gets better unless someone or something triggers the AW, AFC , EPL or even the team itself to start having more favors coming our way.

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