Arsene Wenger’s 17-year reign at the Emirates Stadium has never been in more jeopardy.

Knocked out of the Capital One Cup by League Two side Bradford, knocked out of the FA Cup by Championship side Blackburn Rovers, no chance of winning the Premier League and equally as hopeless chances of winning the Champions League means that long-suffering Arsenal fans are set to see out another year without a trophy.

Arsenal’s season has lurched from one disaster to the next and there really hasn’t been too much to shout about for the Gunners. Talk that Wenger could be about to finally loosen the purse strings and invest in world quality additions to the side in January after being handed a transfer warchest once again proved to fall by the wayside and with the exception of Theo Walcott, the Gunners have never looked so ordinary.

The Frenchman’s future was thrown into the air this afternoon after he denied being offered a two-year extension to his contract with his current deal set to expire at the end of next season.

But should he be allowed to get even that far?

We believe Arsenal should sack Wenger, and here are five reasons why.

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This article was first posted on February 18, 2013