Discussion in 'Arsenal Talk' started by Aussie_gunner123, Sep 18, 2019.
Ironically most of the people for Mourinho on here aren’t foreign fans.
What is this democracy you speak of.........
**retreats into cover**
True but he may have a point
Now that we are pretty much all on the same boat, that Emery needs to go, I am so totally going to revive my dream of having Arteta - it's now or never for him, really.
See something special with him and he's of the new generation of coaches, with fresh thoughts and according to almost anyone in the business, also a big figure in the dressing room, somebody who basically brings it all together.
The best way to get bums in seats is to win. Glory hunters are good business.
Agree with everything you said bar the foreign fans sentence at the end, pretty sure anyone who supports this club understands the rivals we have...don’t like the term “foreign fans” either, sounds like something negative...everyone is a fan, regardless where they are from.
Why would there be a link between Arteta advocates and wanting Emery last year? If anything it’s more likely those that wanted Emery because of experience would want Mourinho.
I know we’re pretty desperate but any short-term Mourinho bounce would, I think, be outweighed by the carnage that he’d leave behind when his negative personality traits come to the fore, as they undoubtedly would.
As far as other possible candidates are concerned, can someone tell me, when a new manager/head coach is appointed is it a given that they bring the majority of their coaching team with them?
Every manager is a risk when you look at it...would totally back an ex player getting the job, could be something special like Lampard at Chelsea.
My top wish list with pretty unrealistic candidates for now but maybe at the end of the season:
2. Ten Hag
3. Marco Rose
Candidates that are realsitc now:
2. Ralf Rangnick (Coach and latter take him into management)
Unless Mourinho has had a complete personality shift. I don't want to see him at arsenal. He's a big baby, I remember when he went to Chelsea for the second time, he was there to build something longer term. Guess what happens within 2 years all the players turn against him. He had players like KDB and Salah, but didn't give them a chance and continued to spend money.
People don't change, Mourinho will go back to being who he is, which is that he's someone who will bring short term success but long term he will leave the club in a big mess ( just ask Inter fans, Chelsea fans (2nd time around) and Utd fans).
next summer perhaps, but to appoint him this season over Freddie might be an unpopular move in the dressing room
I can see the players and the fans getting behind Freddie right away, and we really need that more than results at the moment - the results would hopefully follow - and if it doesn't work out Arteta will still be available
My mistake. As a vehement anti Brexit campaigner, anti nationalist, and believer in globalisation. I apologise for that.
The sooner we get a liberal world government and become a planet without borders, the better. It'll come one day bro, then nobody will be a foreigner.
Had no idea Gordon Brown was a gooner.
Agreed, so lets get one.
Stopping players leaving on a free is a complex process involving negotiations with the player, agents and other clubs. Arsenal have a dedicated team for that. If things come unstuck it's not necessarily down to Emery or Wenger.
Can you show the results of your poll?
Wasn’t you mate, just get touchy about that term due to my cousin’s husband...he moved him from Sunderland and met her a few years ago, he supports Sunderland...he use to go on and on about how “you should only support teams who you live close too”, and it annoyed me to no end...mate, you live in Belfast now not Sunderland anymore, how about you stop f*****g supporting Sunderland then if that’s your stupid view!
Side note, he always said Arsenal should sign Lee Cattermole
Would Arteta leave this City team midseason to become Arsenal manager? I'm not so sure.
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