Pretty sure he'll get offers from middling clubs in Spain, maybe also Championship. Failing at a club like Arsenal is still experience and some will be prepared to take the risk on someone humbled by failure hopefully learning from it.One day Arteta may prove to be a decent manager but I wouldn't hold my breath. The job is far to big for someone who has never managed before and he shouldn't have even been considered for it. He needed to get some experience at lower level before taking on a job of this size and expectation. He has destroyed any chance he had of getting another opportunity. The appointment though has reconfirmed to me that apart from a rare exception, the top players all fail to be good managers. The greatest have been average players at best. Sorry Mike but your time is up im afraid.
Proceeds to attack him personally
but agree with every word
Not good at his job, average, ineffective, weak, inept, poor man management, little development skills, doesn't trust youth, annoying with his management style.