Discussion in 'Arsenal History' started by kraphtous, Apr 20, 2018.
Didn't know that . Interesting .
This thread is amazing, thank you for sharing.
In this world of instant gratification and narrow focus, its very easy to look at the bigger picture and the impact the boss had on this club.
This man role models examples I use in my own personal life, my professional life, my general life. Treating people with fairness and dignity, and allow them to express themselves but at the same time consider the impact of their actions.
We have really been privileged to have been led by Arsène.
As for the digs on Emery, I am not too happy about that. He is different and has his way of doing things. We may not agree with his approach but you can bet that Unai is doing his best to achieve our goals at the club.
We should back him until its time to act on his position again.
Yeah ignore that , the piece is by Gunnerblog on the Athletic.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY Arsène!!!
70 today! Still a youngster. Still playing football for charity. Still as classy as ever.
Hoping you'll get a job soon so I can watch some exciting football again. Don't care which club it is. Just do it.
Some serious shade there....
Happy 70th birthday to the man that made me fall in love with football. One of the men I look up to the most as an example of hard-work and the right attitude.
From "Wenger Out!"
To "Wenger In!"
So quick...lovely stuff
So glad I can say I was there when Arsène Wenger managed Arsenal, a wonderful coach yet somehow an even better person...Merci boss.
This is a man who not only introduced me to real football, but also gave me insight into what it is to be a good person.
Happy Birthday Arsène. You are a man who I look to in my real life. In how I treat my family, how I treat my friends as well as strangers. How I work with the youth around me.
Thank You for being such a positive influence for the game, and more.
I really hope Emery can turn it around between now till May but that performance today was terrible.
The board need should bring Wenger back at once as interim manager for a couple of seasons. Appoint Viera or Nagglesman as replacement in two years.
Why on earth should we bring back Wenger?
Think a two year break away would've done him well and feel he could comeback refreshed, making a positive impact.
We have many talented young midfielders like Guendouzi, Willock and Ceballos who I think would play and develop better with Wenger as coach. Look at the 09/10 season.
Obviously this is just on an interim basis whilst the management search for a long term head coach suited to Arsenal.
"Yeah, is it too late now to say sorry?
'Cause I'm missing more than just your body
Oh, is it too late now to say sorry?
Yeah, I know that I let you down
Is it too late to say I'm sorry now?" - Justin Drew Bieber
I still believe getting rid of Wenger was justified. It wasn't good enough and that had been dragging on for some time.
We are now in the same position. Except the fact that Emery doesn't have the credit Wenger had. Reboot and try again.
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