http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/fo...guson-Arsenal-going-better-Arsène-Wenger.html Sir Alex Ferguson: Who can Arsenal get that is going to be better than Arsène Wenger? Sir Alex Ferguson praised Arsène Wenger for sticking with his beliefs The pair had an turbulent relationship when in opposite dugouts Ferguson also believes Arsenal will struggle to replace the Frenchman So these thoughts by SAF made me think about creating a thread. Yes, some of us would now say that Wenger has completed his work at Arsenal, taking us as far as he can, as well as moving us into the 21st century. We have countless discussions on this issue. Life, post Wenger however is something I havent really seen spoken about. I do not think it is as simple as just focusing on the field though. Yes, we need to address the issues we discuss day in day out. But we know that replacing our manager would be more than that. What, for you, do we need to look at? How do we replace Wenger's impact at the club? Do we accept that we will need to transition, much like United have? Do we need to accept that we will probably miss out on Champions League for a few years as we look to reshape? Or is it something we need to avoid at all costs? What type of length do we look at for our new manager? Also, who would be your guy(s) to take us forward?