Life after Wenger | Ornstein: Arsenal set to appoint Unai Emery

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Do you think Emery will get the club back on an upwards trajectory?

  1. Yes

    92.4%
  2. No

    7.6%
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  1. Jasard

    Jasard #PlayAMNInMidfield

    Right now Id settle for anyone not a shambles of a person (Brendan), a pro that will replace the entire coaching staff. This cant go on.
     
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  2. YeahBee

    YeahBee Sign all the Swedes

    where is this love for Arteta coming from?

    he has been putting out cones in Manchester for a year and all of a sudden he is our next manager?

    Arteta was pretty good, he had some big shoes to fill but he wasn't world class by any means

    Most of the fans on the forum is making the same mistake Wenger does in overrating certain players severly

    And the constant preference over technical small playmakers when we frekkin NEED big athletic types

    Several of the players always lauded here like Arteta and Cazorla are one of the big reasons we are in this pickle.

    They are part of the problem not the solution, and people still long for the return of Santi. it is foolish and maddening
     
  3. Jasard

    Jasard #PlayAMNInMidfield

    For the 5 weeks he is fit :(
     
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  4. Notorious Big

    Notorious Big Well-Known Member

    Rodgers would kill us.I would rather put Jeremy Clarkson on bench.
     
  5. Jasard

    Jasard #PlayAMNInMidfield

    Grand Tour episode where they take over the game VS Milan with scenes of them driving around Milan to make it look like a car show?
     
  6. Notorious Big

    Notorious Big Well-Known Member

    He'll beat them with their own weapon

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  7. El Duderino

    El Duderino AM Photoshop Expert

    Yesterdays arseblog is well worth a listen. Laurens a guest and he talks about Jardin and waxes some lyrical on Viera.
     
  8. sil007

    sil007 Member

    To anyone who pick Low :

    Remember , that on paper , he managing the best national team squad. So winning WC is good , but also normal and standard achievement.

    While Arsenal ATM , on paper , only have the 4th/5th best squad in PL.

    Can he over achieve in arsenal , while his last club management experience is 14 years ago ?
     
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  9. YeahBee

    YeahBee Sign all the Swedes

    or Simeone actually orders people to hit the gym

    we are probably only playing touchbutt in the park to quote Nate Diaz!
     
  10. The_Playmaker

    The_Playmaker Well-Known Member

    I'd hire Jardim if he said, 'yeah I'll take the job, but only if you buy Fabinho'.
     
  11. Jae

    Jae Well-Known Member

    We should get Arteta back in to replace Xhaka not Wenger :lol:
     
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  12. GDeep™

    GDeep™ Hipster

    Only worry with Jardim is that he takes the job in any capacity the board give it, he hasn’t got the profile to make demands.

    A guy like Allegri will demand substantial spending.
     
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  13. tactica442

    tactica442 New Member Trusted

    On the OP's list, Ancelotti is the best candidate. The italain knows PL and would impose authority onto players. Löw is lucky to coach this elite German generation. I doubt the national manager can handle the club matters week in week out. Arteta is hopefull but still learning. Henry is a no no. Getting Rodgers is not better than Wenger staying in the post.
    The idea of inviting Allegri is tempting, but I really do not enjoy watching Juve's style. I doubt Jardim's managerial experience is enough in the fierce competition and high expectation in PL.

    I would have Ancelotti or Simeone as Wenger's replacement any moment. And Simeone in the long run.
     
  14. Penn_

    Penn_ Well-Known Member

    How many managers these days have the ability to pull players on their name alone? Given we're likely to have no CL we're going to need to extra pull. Not sure if I'd put any of the above managers in that list though.
     
  15. American_Gooner

    American_Gooner Not actually American. Unless Di Marzio says so. Moderator

    Allegri and Ancelotti are big enough names. Funny thing is Henry might actually be more of an attraction for players than some of the more accomplished names on there. Can imagine a lot of attackers born in the early 90's idolised him growing up.
     
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  16. pacstud

    pacstud Well-Known Member

    The ability to draw in players and coaches really trumps most else these days imo...
     
  17. Rimaal

    Rimaal Questionable Taste

    No, no, please no. Ancelotti is just another, slightly younger version of Wenger. He does not coach.

    German magazine Kicker claims that an unimpressed Arjen Robben organised secret training sessions behind Ancelotti's back

    Hoeness: Five Bayern players turned against Ancelotti
     
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  18. American_Gooner

    American_Gooner Not actually American. Unless Di Marzio says so. Moderator

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    Low is the favourite for the job apparently
     
  19. al-Ustaadh

    al-Ustaadh Professor of Twitter

    Low does not bring any excitement. I doubt it's to placate Özil, but we still wont be able to attract the players we need with him.
     
  20. Tosker

    Tosker Well-Known Member

    that might change if Germany retains the World Cup
     
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