Seriously though, the Arsenal board have to be the most spineless going around. They don't even have to sack him, they just have to say they're not offering him a new contract. At any other big club in the PL, Man U, Man City, Chelsea, Liverpool, they'd have pulled the trigger by now. Since the 1st leg of the Bayern Munich tie (mid Feb), they've won 1 PL game and 2 FA Cup ties against non-League opponents. It's probably the worst situation you can be in. You have a board too gutless to sack or tell Wenger he will not be given a new deal, and a man to arrogant/stubborn to resign. He probably should've gone after the home leg against Bayern.