During and after the game against Reading, was again one of those frustrating days when you hear his name even after blocking him on twitter.
The man is a living example of how being impulsive makes your senses not work to an extent of being the dumbest celebrity on twitter.
When you support a club you stand by it through thick and thin. And if a manager's half time talk can change a 4-0 to 5-7, he's no ordinary guy.
You'll never find a more inspiring manager, someone who could manage 7 goals from misfiring strikers who were totally and completely written off from scoring.
Its time for Piers to find a team which spends the way he wants, and leave us with our class and our classy manager.
He was at it again yesterday.
My opinion remains the same - Wenger's not the manager he was. #Arsenal fans who pretend otherwise are completely deluded.— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) October 31, 2012
Arsenal's board wants cash, not trophies - and Wenger's lost his edge. I've had enough of ostrich fans making excuses for them. #SellingClub— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) October 31, 2012
It's time for him to keep quiet and give the genuine supporters a break.
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