Former Arsenal striker, Ian Wright, has said that “we’re going through a period in our history that’s the worst”, after the Gunners were dumped out of the Champions League on Tuesday by Bayern Munich.
The Bundesliga champions won 5-1 over both legs and 10-2 on aggregate .
When asked by Gary Lineker in the BT Sport studio, if this is the end for manager, Arsene Wenger, he replied: “Yes. With everything that’s going on you have to say it will take some monumental effort or some sort of cataclysmic effort to turn it around; in respect of the attitude and drive and determination of players.
It seems like something is coming to an end.
“The first game was more upsetting than this. I thought the guys had a bit of a go. After the penalty decision it started to go against us.
“It’s a sad day because we’ve gone out again at this stage. We’re going through a period in our history that’s the worst.