I don't really agree with the narrative that we have lesser players than we used to have. We were better as a team when we were playing the likes of Gibbs, Jenkinson, Gervinho, Podolski, Denilson, Walcott, Giroud. Look at this team who almost knocked out the best Bayern team in years (who has won the CL the same year) Except Rosicky Cazorla and Arteta, I wouldn't pick anybody else ahead of the current squad we have right now. And these players except Arteta aren't known to be great at defensive duties. We went to the CL final in 2006 playing a back 4 made of Flamini as LB (out of position) Eboué as a RB, Senderos and Touré as CB. From this back 4 I genuinely think only Touré was a better defender than what we have right now. What you call "lack of concentration" is in my opinion just players developing very bad habits because of the lack of individual coaching. And this isn't just an assumption from a fan like me but this is from our older players who have played under Wenger. AND Because of the confort zone they're in from far too long. Bellerin doesn't have any genuine competition in the squad. Walcott has spent 10 years at the club mostly as a passenger while being one of our biggest earner. We gave a massive contract to Özil who hasn't been consistent enough to deserve that kind of money. It's not a coincidence if he hasn't attracted any serious interest from other big clubs like Sanchez did (City, Bayern, United were all seriously chasing him). Xhaka & Cech have been so poor and keep starting every single game. And now Ramsey who has been ok but not great is now asking for a 200kpw contract according to reports even though he's injury prone and has been really inconsistent during the last couple of season. So what has changed between the current Wenger and the one from 10 years ago? 1) Most of the clubs have caught up and even got better than we are at spotting hidden gems, especially the ones from France NT and la Ligue 1. Nowadays a team like Leicester has the structure to spot talents like Kanté and Mahrez before anybody else. We've missed so much talent that we could afford before they got bought by other clubs: Dembélé, Griezmann, Varane, Kanté, Mendy, Lloris... It wasn't the case 10/15 years ago. 2) We've lost our winning culture, our ambition, our hunger from top to bottom. We've slowly accepted playing the second fiddle role in the premiership and in Europe just because there were a few clubs who had much more ressources than we had as long as we stay a profitable business. Of courses ressources makes a huge difference. But we've used this same excuse even though we could do better. We could improve. We didn't need oil money to find a better striker than Sanogo and Welbeck to help Giroud and the team scoring goals. We don't need oil money to sign a proper DM who would bring some balance to our midfield our a solid RB as a backup. 3) Behind every great team in Europe, there is an owner or board doing a great job. There is a strong structure to support the coach. We don't. It's like Wenger is almost running this club by himself. Back in the days Dein was his close friend and was much more active than any current member of our board. It can't be anymore a one man's job. Nobody from the board wants to be involved and take responsabilities.