This article is written by Chelsea fan George. Check him out on Twitter @georjecb.
Before I get into why I think Arsene Wenger shouldn't be sacked by Arsenal, I'd like to clarify that I am a Chelsea fan. Despite all the jokes on social media about rival fans wanting Arsene to stay at Arsenal (presumably so they continue to not win many trophies) that is not why I'm #WengerIn.
As well as being a fan of my beloved Chelsea, I have to say that first and foremost I'm a fan of football. So what sort of football fan would I be if I blindly declared that Wenger isn't a legend of the game?
I have huge respect for Arsene - he's perhaps one of the best managers to have ever graced football, and to try to suggest anything other than that would be out of pure delusion. The Frenchman's won countless trophies as Arsenal manager; one of his greatest accolades was when he guided the "invincible" Arsenal side to the league title back in 2004.
Wenger's career at Arsenal has spanned 21 years. Just let that sink in.... Meanwhile, Chelsea have had 11 managers during the same timeframe. The man is without doubt a legend, which is why I think he shouldn't be sacked. His legacy would be left in shreds if he's sacked midway through the season, and it would leave a stain on what has really been a tremendous couple of decades at Arsenal.
I'm not an idiot, though. I do understand that there's been serious problems at Arsenal over the past few years, and many fans are calling for the Frenchman to leave. Just incase anyone of importance reads this (I doubt they will) I suggest Wenger should resign at the end of the season. Let the legend leave on his terms - it's only right.
by George (@georgescbl on Twitter)