That is the damning assessment of Gunners legend Ian Wright.
Arsenal finished their season on a high when they beat Chelsea 2-1 in the FA Cup final at Wembley on Saturday.
Speculation has been unrelenting over Arsene Wenger’s future, although it is likely to be resolved today after a board meeting.
A number of names have been discussed as potential candidates, including Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone and Borussia Dortmund coach Thomas Thucel.
And Wright admits he’s still upset Wenger didn’t keep on legends such as Patrick Vieira, as he could have groomed them to be potential successors.
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I went ballistic over the way he was lost to Manchester City, and I’m still angry over it now
“We’ve all heard the same names bandied about. Diego Simeone, but he’s just signed a new contract with Atletico Madrid,” Wright told The Sun.
“Massimiliano Allegri, but he’s not going to leave Juventus, especially if they win the Champions League.
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“Then there’s Patrick Vieira, but that ship has sailed. I went ballistic over the way he was lost to Manchester City, and I’m still angry over it now.
Ian Wright during the Pro-Am last week at Wentworth
“He’s coaching New York as part of the learning process to become the next City boss.
“Don’t expect him to throw it all away and come rushing to Arsenal’s rescue.
“We have let other legends drift away when Wenger should have taken them under his wing and groomed them as potential successors.”