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Lineker: I will fire Arsene Wenger if I were Arsene Wenger.

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Former English international Gary Lineker has advised Arsene Wenger to resign from his position as the Arsenal manager.

The long serving Frenchman has been under intense pressure to resign from his position at the club after overseeing a run of four consecutive defeats that also include a spineless 3-0 loss in the final of the Capital One Cup against Man City.

And with majority of the fans and some Arsenal legends calling for Wenger to throw-in the towel at the club, the outspoken BT Sports commentator has also suggested that Wenger should end his 22 years association with Arsenal.

Lineker took to twitter to air his say on Wenger’s future – saying “If I were Arsene Wenger, I might consider firing Arsene Wenger.”




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Arsenal sit sixth on the league standings – 13 points behind fourth place arch rival Tottenham Hotspur with hopes of staging a return to the Champions Leagues looking unsurmountable.

Meanwhile, Wenger’s Arsenal will square up against highflying AC Milan in the first leg of the Europa League Round 16 at the San Siro later today – a game that has been considered by many as a major factor in determining his career.


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