Of course it's not going to happen. And next year or the one after that we'll be moaning at Moyes/Grant/Ranieri or whoever else picks up the poisoned chalice.
It might be rather fun, you know? I can't be the only fan that has lost a leetle bit the interest with the sheer predictability of our fail to challenge. Visits to unusual European cities, the scrap for the top half. It's different, that's for sure.
Perhaps I'm being melodramatic. But I don't anticipate a new manager bringing the immediate success that Wenger did.