1 Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger Young Guns blogger Jamie Sanderson has not enjoyed watching Arsenal lately. Here, he explains what needs to happen for success on the pitch to become a regular occurence again…It’s been another rough seven days for Arsene Wenger at Arsenal. The Frenchman is battle scarred and on the ropes – it doesn’t seem like he’s going to be fighting back.For so long he had all the answers as he managed the club through a new stadium while keeping us competitive at the top level, but there are now more questions than answers.After the defeat to Swansea, you look to Wenger on the touchline for a reaction. Anger, frustration, determination – none of that was on show.He looked like a man who had given up.There’s talk among the coaching staff that Wenger has lost his way and is now managing Arsenal like a dictator. It’s not healthy.I love Wenger’s ideals, morals and philosophy, but it’s now killing the club. This relationship has gone sour and something needs to change.No doubt Arsenal will bounce back and win games this season because there are plenty of teams worse off than us, but we’ll never win the league again with Wenger in charge.And that’s the problem. Results can paper over cracks, but those cracks will ultimately stop Arsenal from reaching the top again.It feels like now is the perfect time for a change.Agree or disagree with Jamie? We want to hear YOUR view… comment below.
Innsbruck – Austria’s outdoor cityWhy? This Austrian gem sits in the scenic Tyrol area and offers outdoor fun and lively nightlife. Surrounded by snow capped mountains, Innsbruck is a charming mediaeval city. Great for snow lovers, you can catch the cable car up to the Nordpark ski area and go from city centre to ski slope in just 20 minutes.When? If you want to enjoy Innsbruck’s snowy offerings, visit between November and April. However, the mountain is accessible in all seasons for sightseeing and hiking, and Leingartner’s Seegrube & Hafelekar Restaurant offers fine dining with a panoramic view all year round.Stay? For a good value central hotel, try Hotel Alpine Park; for a chic and modern place to stay, try Hotel Binders and for luxury – the five star Grand Hotel Europa in the historic city centre is known as one of the best in Innsbruck. Alternatively, browse more hotels in Innsbruck.Innsbruck Nightlife: as one of Austria’s top university towns, Innsbruck offers a varied and vibrant place to eat, drink and be merry. Try the Innkeller with its chic and friendly crowd, the Theresienbräu and the Elferhaus for good food and beer, or the Piano Café for the more mature reveller. Don’t forget to take a stroll through the Old Town at night to soak up the beautifully lit mediaeval facades and arcades.Fly to Innsbruck from: London Gatwick, Bristol, Liverpool and Manchester. Flights start from £44 return including taxes.Find cheap flights to Innsbruck – or find other cheap deals: Weekend Breaks1 Week Breaks2 Week BreaksSee more City Break Ideas ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedWinter Olympics cities past, present and futureWinter Olympics cities past, present and futureGive it some whizz: five flights to action-packed mountain resortsWho said winter was dull? Get out onto the snow and ice, and suddenly it’s the most exciting season of all. Here are five destinations where the season will really take flight.Ski Bargains: last minute ski trips to popular ski airportsSkyscanner rounds up the best deals on flights to Europe’s ski airports