Piers Morgan questions Man United legend’s defence of Arsene Wenger

Celebrity Arsenal supporter Piers Morgan questions Sir Alex Ferguson's view on Arsene Wenger

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Piers Morgan has rubbished Sir Alex Ferguson’s apparent defence of Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger.

The Manchester United legend explained why the north London side have stuck by the Frenchman despite having failed to win the Premier League title since 2004.

The Gunners boss has been in charge of the north London club since 1996 and is currently the longest-standing manager in the Premier League.

However, celebrity Arsenal fan Morgan made a convincing argument against Ferguson with one simple stat.

The outspoken former Daily Mirror editor, who earlier this week demanded Arsenal sack Wenger and pip Liverpool to Jurgen Klopp, had expanded on his opinion.

Former Tottenham Hotspur chairman Lord Sugar waded into the debate after he described Wenger as the best manager in the Premier League.

Morgan, unsurprisingly, didn’t agree with The Apprentice star’s view.

Arsenal were 3-0 winners against Manchester United in their most recent Premier League outing.

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