Discussion in 'Arsenal Talk' started by Aussie_gunner123, Sep 18, 2019.
I agree he is the
I agree he would be the best however he will not come. That much I can guarantee.
Who exactly do you mean by we?
Rodgers is still a joke and a charlatan in my eyes. Leicester are massively overrated this season. This is Rodgers at his best IMO, good enough for top 4 but he won't take us any further. A known entity.
You're also describing us like we're Aston Villa when it comes to our ability to attract a manager.
I don't think you grasp how much managers fear the sack and value job security. Everyone knows if a manager comes here and does a decent job, he's guaranteed stability. We aren't Real Madrid or Chelsea who would sack a manager after winning a league title.
Job stability & security
Decent salary (Wenger was one of the highest paid coaches in the league so the club is willing to shell out money)
Prestige of managing a top side in the EPL
Chance to increase his stock by taking us back to the top. Look at how the Liverpool job rehabilitated Klopp's slightly damaged reputation from his end days at Dortmund
The rest is just down to how the club sells the project, in other words is the hierarchy willing to give the manager what he asks for in order for him to agree to come in. Make no mistake, 98% of managers out there would sell their grandmother for a genuine chance at the Arsenal job.
Don't make it sound like its Arteta or no one. That's the same sort of logic that saw people defend Wenger, "Who else can we get that's better?" or tolerate our numerous mediocre players, "Try to get a better defender than Andre Santos/Djourou/Senderos/Squillaci/Mustafi in January, it can't be done."
My boy Rodgers is going to be Liverpool's closest challenger for the title this season and people still don't want him here.
He was a great player.
-20 ain't gonna be "challenging"
Completely agree, apart from 20 mins of slight improvement, then it may Aswell have been emery in the dugout
But how many titles did Pochettino manage to win at the little chicken club? besides that he has talked **** about Arsenal on a number occassions and i dont want to see him as Gunners boss.
Thomas Tuchel would in my opinion have been the ideal manager for Arsenal, but we can only dream of getting him now.
I think both Luis Enrique and Max Allegri would been a wet dream for every Gooner.
Id take him
This is it.
Stunning honestly, completely agree with you.
So would most of the forum, look at the poll.
Rodgers has Leciester playing great football and sitting pretty 2nd in the league. Hes getting more out of the sum of the parts. They have good players better than ours but he is also managing then well.
We are not Aston Villa but we are no better than a Sevilla or Valencia. So why do we expect the most sought after managers (Poch/Ten Haag) to come to us especially half way through a season when the season is a disaster.
Give me a list of the best managers in the world. The top 5 in your eyes. Then tell me who of them is available for Arsenal.
Then tell me who you honestly believe is the best and most credible manager we can realistically attract.
Can i change my vote?
The option is there.
None of them names are inspiring. And how many of them can speak fluent English?
I don't want to take any credits from Rodgers about his success but as any manager, he's in the perfect set up/context to succeed right now at Leicester.
They've done an amazing job at supporting him, they have very good players, a good mix between experience & youth.
I don't think his success at Leicester can be translated into Arsenal in its current state.
Tbf I'm not sure that any manager right now can make any miracle with this team, in this context right now. Our overrall organization that has been defective for the last few years.
It will take time. We need to be patient until Arsenal as a whole figures it out. But the way the fanbase is reacting right now...
Rodgers basically confirming there is a clause in his contract. Interesting.
Genuinely bemused how you could think it's reasonable to draw a final conclusion based on one game. Especially given the context
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