Discussion in 'Arsenal Talk' started by Aussie_gunner123, Sep 18, 2019.
We go again.
If he comes it will take ALOT to convince me.
Lets hope that Arteta at least wont be pushover.
Do you guys honestly think that tier 1 or even tier 2 manager would touch this club at its current state? Why would they? Its not like we have a reputation to spend when needed? We have a toxic fan base, demanding heavens, a ****ty squad with players that is in disbeliefe, stripped of confidence or unity.
The only one that would take on such a task is someone who would consider it a step up. And even they would think twice about it, imo...
He will have a massive job on his hands but I have a feeling he could yet be a good choice.
"My philosophy will be clear. I will have everyone 120 percent committed, that’s the first thing. If not, you don’t play for me. When it’s time to work, it’s time to work, and when it’s time to have fun, then I’m the first one to do it, but that commitment is vital. Then I want the football to be expressive, entertaining. I cannot have a concept of football where everything is based on the opposition. We must dictate the game, we have to be the ones dictating the game, we have to be the ones taking the initiative and we must entertain people coming to watch us. I am 100% percent convinced of those things, and I think I can do it.”
He's Marcelino from Argentina.
Sounds a lot like Emery.
He's not in the friendzone, mate.
Imagine using Arteta again as a smoke screen for Marcelino! Poor Mikel.
why not be glass half full? true Arteta has had no success as a manager, but he hasn't had any failures either, which is more than could be said about some of the other managers loudly touted on here
he's been in the frame long before Raul appeared, will have the support of Per on the ground, Wenger if he asks for it, and most importantly Josh is supposed to be a fan
Isn’t he supposed to be quality though? Barca supposed to be sniffing around.
On Arteta if the club really can’t afford Pochettino then I guess he’s my realistic second choice.
It’s a massive gamble, and if it doesn’t work heads will have to roll but at least there’s the belief in the game he’s going to be a great manager.
Going for someone like Ancelotti would be disappointing after his poor stints at Bayern and Napoli.
He's in Emery zone
Don't know lot about him tbf.It was just a little joke.
Getting a bit miffed by the number of people criticising the fan base and calling them toxic. One, you're supposed to be apart of it. 2 The fans DO NOT demand the earth. All they/we expect is for the club to try and fulfil it's full potential.
Such a cop out to blame people who pay ****loads only to be treated like mugs.
Fans are idiots. Look at Everton’s fans today, they were celebrating like they’d won the CL ffs.
Doesn’t take much to get us going, a bit of decent football and a couple of wins.
We haven’t won a game since October and we’ve kept two clean sheets all year. Some of the stuff I’ve seen saying the fans are to blame is shambolic.
If Arteta fails then what? Will we give him more time because hes an Arsenal legend (apparently)? Lets put it this way Remi Garde was highly rated then look what happend.
As risky as arteta is, I love that we are looking to appoint someone who prioritizes free-flowing, exciting football, just like Wenger did. Its who we are.
**** Mourinho. **** allegri and **** Santo. Let's play with some flair and blow some minds, just like we used to do
I'd celebrate like that if we don't concede 481 shots against Man City.
This would be more shambolic than Monaco hiring Henry.
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