Discussion in 'Arsenal Talk' started by Aussie_gunner123, Sep 18, 2019.
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I don't think we did ANYTHING that's not common amongst all clubs, the only problem was that we did it too late which is a totally different matter.
Ancelotti has won titles in Spain Italy France Germany and here in England. Given where we are at the moment him coming in for this season and next is a little xmas miracle in my eyes. We aren't in the cl it will take another miracle for us to do it this season. If ancelotti can get us back there we will have our pick of young trendsetting managers
I could see club wanting him to come in and sort the mess a bit, use experience to set up this team and mentor Freddie for a year and a half before switching clubs again, hopefully leaving us in good state.
With the state we are in I don't think we can be turning our noses up at Ancelotti.
Three times Champions League winner vs overhyped scrub who has zero experience and done **** all. Tough choice.
Ancelotti has been on the brink of the sack for what? Maybe a few weeks now?
Wouldn't surprise me if the board were waiting and this whole list of 12 candidates and interview process was a load of rubbish. What happens if Carlo turned things at Napoli around? Freddie stayed and got backroom staff in and we wait till summer.
Just a theory.
AM loves theories, go on.
sounds as if the Ancelotti now followed by Freddie could be a plan
Ancelotti is a lovely man and a historically great coach, but I don’t think he’s got it in him to transform an also-ran club into contenders.
Yeah. Fans were ****ting on Marcelino because he's a EL manager according to them.
But they also don't want one of the most successful manager in the history of the CL.
Imagine quoting TuttoMercatoWeb
Probably best short time impact for around 6-12 months then below the performance curve of a quality choice 'new-age' coach.
His elite man-management won't help forever without a long term vision for the club as a whole which I don't see under Ancelotti anymore these days.
Can even determine the exact point in time where I lost my trust in Ancelotti for being one of the best coaches around - he, like Kovac at Bayern, was unable to put his own mark on the team. Pretty much no identity, just half-baked bits of Guardiola and Heynckes.
Hope I'm wrong though.
They called Torreira to Arsenal first tbf.
Been jamming all morning, with a spring in my step.
Ancelotti coming in would be interesting for Özil
He is certainly a class act, one of the few who could rival Wenger in that regard. Share your concerns though but if we are to get a manager mid season he is probably as good as we can expect.
Ancelotti is a great Manager no doubt, he could stabilise us this season but at the end of next season we'll be back to square one.
We should bring in someone with a 3+year plan and Vision, if that means getting a stop-gap until summer I think it's worth it.
Carlo will be fine for a season or two. We won't be contending for a while so in the mean time I'd rather give it to someone who actually knows what he's doing than an iPad merchant or a random club ''legend'' with little to no experience.
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