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. field442

    field442 Abandoned Arteta for Emery

    Sunday is the worst day for any decent scoops. Most of the reporters for Sunday editions of the papers are complete garbage. I’d take the Löw story with a pinch of salt. I personally doubt he’d leave that job while he’s still wanted by the German FA.
     
  2. GDeep™

    GDeep™ Hipster

    Predicted Low for about 3 years. Predictable appointment by the board.

    Terrible manager, I’ll go with Wenger if Low is coming.
     
  3. GDeep™

    GDeep™ Hipster

    Mirror linking Arteta to Arsenal and Everton.

    Now that’s an exciting link.
     
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  4. Aevius

    Aevius Pro-Rambo Moderator

    Everything about that article is a punch to my gut.
     
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  5. American_Gooner

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

    No excitement at all with Low, can't see the fan base being energised by that.
     
  6. Garrincha

    Garrincha AM Resident Joker #2

    For all the **** Wengers gets history dictates the man next up is very likely to fail... Lowe perfect for that role.

    Ramsey not really too concerned about. We cant keep handing out monster deals for not quite top level players.
     
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  7. Lenny Baryea

    Lenny Baryea New Member

    Jardim - gets my vote; think he could be the next Pochettino (with, hopefully, added trophies)

    Low - wary of the amount of time he's been away from the club game; and he didn't pull up any trees anyway. Reckon my cat could win the World Cup managing Germany ... and he spends most of his time asleep on the bed

    Arteta - probably too soon; how about Vieira, if we're going down the ex-player route?

    Henry - see above

    Rodgers - Wenger's reign ending like this is bad enough; replacing him with Rodgers would be too much

    Ancelotti - would feel a bit stop-gap? Reputation took a bit of a battering towards the end at Bayern. If you want an ex-Chelsea manager with a proven track record then Conte (yes, OK) and Benitez (no thanks) will probably both be available in the summer

    Allegri - I'd gladly take him, but would he leave Juve?

    Others - Simeone can't speak English and is probably headed to Inter; Dyche has worked wonders at Burnley but probably isn't high profile enough and I'd worry he might be 'Arsenal's Moyes' (Everton should do everything they can to get him)
     
  8. BigPoppaPump

    BigPoppaPump Well-Known Member

    I'd rather keep Wenger over Arteta or Low.
     
  9. GDeep™

    GDeep™ Hipster

    Think the fan base will suck up the “champion German” line.

    His club record is horrendous.
     
  10. Gooner Zig

    Gooner Zig AM's Resident Accountant

    There's inexperience and there's no experience which is the category that Arteta falls under.

    Arteta is close to over half of the playing squad, that automatically impairs his objectivity. No, I want someone who has zero ties with Arsenal to come in because these players need to be kicked up the arse with the biggest boot imaginable.
     
  11. Gooner Zig

    Gooner Zig AM's Resident Accountant

    You mean Phillipe Auclair?
     
  12. American_Gooner

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

  13. Aevius

    Aevius Pro-Rambo Moderator

    I can see many people being excited purely because Wenger is gone, but I think many would doubt Low's capabilities. I haven't seen many people in favor of Low, on this forum or anywhere else.

    Beyond his questionable ability, I'm not enthused by the idea of Low's sniffing gifs plastered all over whenever we screw up.
     
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  14. Preacher

    Preacher Twitter Bot

    If Low will buy all Germany starting eleven, I'm in.
     
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  15. Gooner Zig

    Gooner Zig AM's Resident Accountant

    I can't look past Jardim. Just seems like a natural fit for us.
     
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  16. Cudareli

    Cudareli Antonio Valencia stan

    Joachim Löw is a done deal and has been so for over 12 months now.

    The club spoke to him last season when Wenger was in his final year of his contract and the decision was made to finalise the appointment after this years World Cup. As a result, Wenger signed a new contract to see him through that period until Löw was ready.

    The reason behind Wenger signing a 2 year deal was because the board were concerned that if he signed a 1 year deal, we'd be in the same mess we were in last January with speculation mounting, etc. A 2 year deal would hopefully stop the huge speculation and not unsettle the team as it did last season.

    If you look at Wengers signings in the last 12 months, they are ominantly players from the Bundesliga that Low will have watched week after week. It explains the Kolasinac situaiton completely, as he wasn't a Wenger signing at all, same goes with Aubameyang. It also explains why Özil chose to hang around and why a lot of the English players like Wilshere aren't completely sold on what to do yet, because Wenger won't be around.

    I can go into further detail on this, but I'm willing to bet a big big some of money that Low will be in the dug out next season. I'm not claiming to know anything or have any inside information, it's really just my hunch. But I've felt this was the case for over 12 months now and as things progress and time passes, it seems to make more and more sense.
     
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  17. redwhiteAustrian

    redwhiteAustrian Tu Felix Austria Administrator

    Don't really see shy it has to be Löw.
    Could be Hasenhüttl as well, who has more experience on club level and an approach that suits Arsenal.

    Löw would be far too big a risk, especially for Kroenke's investment.
     
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  18. El Duderino

    El Duderino AM Photoshop Expert

    yeah, completely got both mixed up. My b.
     
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  19. Highbury_2006

    Highbury_2006 Lock all the threads!

    Really? I think it looks sort of decent. A league title and a cup title in Austria, a cup title in Germany and two lost cup finals with one being in an european cup. Its okay but nothing spectacular.
     
  20. FreakySami

    FreakySami Well-Known Member

    So you're saying nothing
     
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