Life After Emery Begins

Discussion in 'Arsenal Talk' started by Aussie_gunner123, Sep 18, 2019.


Would you be satisfied with hiring Mikel Arteta?

  1. Yes, he's been my first choice from the start

  2. Yes, even though I preferred other candidate(s)

  3. No

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  1. Aussie_gunner123

    Aussie_gunner123 Well-Known Member

    I thought I might create a poll for a new manager considering there is a lot of talk about Emery getting the sack early & a lot of people seem keen for him to get the sack.
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  2. hydrofluoric acid

    hydrofluoric acid Many Men Wish Death Upon Me

    Its Brendan Rodgers for me as number one.

    Arteta and Vieira after them.

    Ljungberg as assistant manager in any case!
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  3. Aussie_gunner123

    Aussie_gunner123 Well-Known Member

    If we want a senior guy I'll go Allegri, we need someone to crack down on our defence, if we can't get him I'm happy for a young guy, I'd go Arteta I reckon if we go someone young.

    If we keep Ljungberg as head I'm not fussed, I like what he's doing with our youth. Viera wouldn't be a bad choice either I don't think.
  4. RunTheTrap

    RunTheTrap Well-Known Member

    Hire Ljungberg for the caretaker role until the summer then go for the following names:
    Lucien Favre of Dortmund
    Brendan Rodgers of Leicester
    Erik ten Hag of Ajax
    Daniel Farke of Norwich
    Patrick Vieira of OGC Nice
    Sylvinho might be an option too if he does well at Lyon.
    Luis Enrique if and when he decides to come back to football.
    Quique Setién who is currently unemployed. He done very with a young Real Betis squad, they played good football and he helped developed Cellabos, Lo Celso and Fabian Ruiz who are all good midfielders that I rate.
    Finally Naglesmann but he loves a 3 at the back but I’m not really into that and I’m not sure that formation would suit the majority of our players.

    I avoided the “pragmatists” like Allegri, Mourinho, Simeone etc because I feel the squad would have to undergo a big overhaul and possibly differ with the club’s approach. I think the club wants attacking, attractive football, with an emphasis with youth.
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  5. Jasard

    Jasard Forum Issue Troubleshooter Trusted

    I honestly can't bring myself to imagine Rodgers or Mourinho, yet I know they would do better than Emery. I'd have to work hard to avoid ever listening to them, especially Rodgers who says some absolute nonsense.
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  6. Aussie_gunner123

    Aussie_gunner123 Well-Known Member

    If we were to go for someone else, I'd most likely go with Nagellsman if he wanted to come, if we were to go a big squad overhaul getting a completely different senior guy, I'd have no issues with Jardim, Simeone, Luis Enrique in the future tbh, I'd rather avoid that I think though for the time being. I'd stay away from Mourinho though.
  7. Rex Banter

    Rex Banter Got Swerved By Gallas Trusted

    I’ve said a lot I’d like Wilder but I think it’s way too soon for him to be a viable candidate.

    You need a couple more years to see if he’s a real top manager or a Phil Brown type flash in the pan.

    That list up there is pretty bleak, I guess I’d give it Rodgers out of those but I think he has major flaws.

    My choice right now if we could tempt him back to England would be Rafa. He’s always excelled in the PL, has top level experience and is well respected.
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  8. El Duderino

    El Duderino 99 Problems But A Mitch Ain't One Trusted

    Tough list, that. I'd go with Allegri if we're looking to stabilize, that or *sigh* Rafa.

    Both won't set the world alight, but you can see them getting the team a certain, more organized way.

    My fear is that we're wasting Auba's best years if we're going for someone with very little managing experience.
  9. Aussie_gunner123

    Aussie_gunner123 Well-Known Member

    I've got the option of "others" up there as you can see, I just got that list off an article I read today on the favourites to take over if it were to happen mid season. I wasn't keen on doing to many either atm because there are a lot of other contenders. I'll edit & put a few more up if people want, sorry.
  10. pigge

    pigge Wishes Wrestling Fans Liked Him

    Give me Erik Ten Hag. Elite name. Played the pants of real madrid in the CL.
  11. GDeep™

    GDeep™ Dissociating

    Unless things go really bad, which they won’t, I’m sticking with Emery for the remainder of the season.

    Utd and Chelsea are so weak that we will remain on course for top 4 despite any Emery ****ery.
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  12. GDeep™

    GDeep™ Dissociating

    Some names from above are automatically ruled out, Mourinho will be considered too defensive.

    Eddie Howe doesn’t fit the profile, the players we’re signing are bigger names than him.

    Ljunberg too risky, Allegri probably will have bigger offers.
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  13. GDeep™

    GDeep™ Dissociating

    Despite being a good manager, Edu and Raul aren’t here to work with Rodgers.

    Arteta and Vieira look big candidates.
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  14. Sapient Hawk

    Sapient Hawk The Reason We're Out of Europe

    In addition to the candidates listed above, whom I'd gladly take any of at this moment, I'd like to add Simeone & Hasenhüttl.
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  15. rich 1990

    rich 1990 Not A Big Believer In Diversity

    Simeone's on something like 22 million a year, no chance.
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  16. Sapient Hawk

    Sapient Hawk The Reason We're Out of Europe

    22 million, although I rate him that's quite exorbitant, even for him.
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  17. Aussie_gunner123

    Aussie_gunner123 Well-Known Member

    What do you mean by Edu & Raul not wanting, being here to work with guys like Rogers?

    Whilst I wouldn't go with Eddie Howe I certainly don't think he's that bad, low profile of a manager, he plays decent football & he's only young, can get better. He's brought Bournemouth as a decent club in the PL now.
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  18. Impact

    Impact Well-Known Member

    Despite Emery's style being uninspiring (to say the least), I think he will see out the season as our manager. Our individual attacking quality should see us place above Chelsea and Man Utd, which should mean a top 4 place.

    Ideally, I'd like an ex-Arsenal man to take over next season or the season after. Internally, Ljungberg will be an option. Externally, Arteta, Vieira and Sylvinho all look credible options.
  19. GDeep™

    GDeep™ Dissociating

    He’s abit quirky and I doubt his profile is anything special outside Britain. Just don’t think he’s that exciting or credible a candidate.
  20. em9999

    em9999 The Coward of AM

    You lot are like man United fans absolutely pathetic

    New manager

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