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Mikel Arteta: Miktoria Concordia Crexit

MartiSaka

Well-Known Member
I can appreciate the club probably needed to implement a culture change and the need to cut free a few of the more experienced long serving players who had contributed to the dressing room culture. Arteta seems to have only have tool in the toolbox to do this and that is to get rid of you. Surely there are other approaches you can take, particularly with young talented players who you hope are more pliable.
 

ExtjExhtts

You guys do like p**zy, right?
He WILL be here next season. Don’t waste your energy or time hoping he’s off.

Fans might turn on him next season though, not sure they’ll keep accepting 5-8 league positions after heavy spending.

The man have managed to brainwash most of our gullible fans. He will stay forever if thats what he wants.
 

GDeep™

Reporting live from a Kremlin bunker
The man have managed to brainwash most of our gullible fans. He will stay forever if thats what he wants.
Fans are 50/50 now. Lots of empty seats at the Emirates. I think next season will be show time where people start to really turn if things don’t work out.
 

MartiSaka

Well-Known Member
Yeah the problem is that we play in waves at the moment; things look dire and fans turn on him. But we then go through a good period where a lot of us start to believe we are now seeing his plan come to fruition and the potential is being solidified. There is a strong desire for him to be successful, even amongst the outers. But looking over the long term, there is not that much progress overall, we get caught up in short term momentum.
 

GDeep™

Reporting live from a Kremlin bunker
Yeah the problem is that we play in waves at the moment; things look dire and fans turn on him. But we then go through a good period where a lot of us start to believe we are now seeing his plan come to fruition and the potential is being solidified. There is a strong desire for him to be successful, even amongst the outers. But looking over the long term, there is not that much progress overall, we get caught up in short term momentum.
Yeah that’s a good point, we look absolutely dire but then Mick pulls it back and we start to look like something is building, but then we go back to looking dire.
 

MartiSaka

Well-Known Member
Yeah that’s a good point, we look absolutely dire but then Mick pulls it back and we start to look like something is building, but then we go back to looking dire.
It’s being amplified further by the general perception of him; a raw, inexperienced manager but being tipped to be the next big thing in management. If he was just a young manager who had been lurking around the lower leagues in England, we would probably be less inclined to believe every wave of good form as the start of a new Arsenal revolution. We don’t know, maybe he will never live up to the hype around him as a manager
 

Trilly

Survived Aubamazette And Lived To Talk About It
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Yeah the problem is that we play in waves at the moment; things look dire and fans turn on him. But we then go through a good period where a lot of us start to believe we are now seeing his plan come to fruition and the potential is being solidified. There is a strong desire for him to be successful, even amongst the outers. But looking over the long term, there is not that much progress overall, we get caught up in short term momentum.
Yeah it will be the same as Ole I think. Even the most patient of fans will see that it’s a cycle and eventually get fed up.

The difference between us and Ole’s United is that their squad had a higher floor than our so Ole didn’t have as much room to hide as Mikel.

With the way the board are backing him, we’ll improve each season due to simply having better players and he’ll hide behind that.
 

scytheavatar

Established Member
With the way the board are backing him, we’ll improve each season due to simply having better players and he’ll hide behind that.
Think a lot of people don't appreciate it, Arteta is in big trouble right now. The large exodus of players this transfer window is not normal and shows that many players have lost faith in Arteta/the club. You can say good riddance to bad deadwood, yet you end up seeing us trying to replace Auba with Morata. Trying to sign "better players" is a much harder task than what many fans realize. If you are a talented player why the freak would you want to join Arsenal right now? You have a manager who is a **** Mourinho in disguise that will squeeze you dry then throw you away, without showing the results that Mourinho can show. Then unlike other clubs you have a dumb owner who is intent on never sacking his manager no matter how incompetent that manager is, so you will just be pissing away the prime of your career joining us.
 

Haphazard

Active Member
Think a lot of people don't appreciate it, Arteta is in big trouble right now. The large exodus of players this transfer window is not normal and shows that many players have lost faith in Arteta/the club. You can say good riddance to bad deadwood, yet you end up seeing us trying to replace Auba with Morata. Trying to sign "better players" is a much harder task than what many fans realize. If you are a talented player why the freak would you want to join Arsenal right now? You have a manager who is a **** Mourinho in disguise that will squeeze you dry then throw you away, without showing the results that Mourinho can show. Then unlike other clubs you have a dumb owner who is intent on never sacking his manager no matter how incompetent that manager is, so you will just be pissing away the prime of your career joining us.
I don't think so, standards at Arsenal are far lower than they are at even Sp**s, if he was in actual trouble there would be news of it.

I think if he gets 4th that's a bonus for the board, otherwise I think 6th is the expectation. Which is still not good enough especially after 1 game a week and 150m spent but that's success to our board unfortunately.
 

scytheavatar

Established Member
I don't think so, standards at Arsenal are far lower than they are at even Sp**s, if he was in actual trouble there would be news of it.

I think if he gets 4th that's a bonus for the board, otherwise I think 6th is the expectation. Which is still not good enough especially after 1 game a week and 150m spent but that's success to our board unfortunately.

Think you are being too optimistic if you think it will be easy for us to get 6th......... people can **** on the likes of Chambers/Nketiah/AMN but losing them is an issue that will not be easy to solve. One injury to Lacazette plus one more to Tomiyasu and suddenly who do we have to play?
 

Rasmi

Got 7 accusations last 3 years. Not my fault 🤦‍♂️
I’m the end you can’t really blame Arteta. He is a really young manager who never managed a club before. The anger should go to the people who gave him so much power to run the club. Arsenals issue is not on the pitch. The club is way way behind in terms of talent in the board room. There are no football people. So they give Arteta free reign. Next manager as long as he is fluent in English will get the same powers
 

REWB

Well-Known Member
Think a lot of people don't appreciate it, Arteta is in big trouble right now. The large exodus of players this transfer window is not normal and shows that many players have lost faith in Arteta/the club. You can say good riddance to bad deadwood, yet you end up seeing us trying to replace Auba with Morata. Trying to sign "better players" is a much harder task than what many fans realize. If you are a talented player why the freak would you want to join Arsenal right now? You have a manager who is a **** Mourinho in disguise that will squeeze you dry then throw you away, without showing the results that Mourinho can show. Then unlike other clubs you have a dumb owner who is intent on never sacking his manager no matter how incompetent that manager is, so you will just be pissing away the prime of your career joining us.
lmao absolute rubbish, we shipped them out because they suck.
 

REWB

Well-Known Member
Yeah it will be the same as Ole I think. Even the most patient of fans will see that it’s a cycle and eventually get fed up.

The difference between us and Ole’s United is that their squad had a higher floor than our so Ole didn’t have as much room to hide as Mikel.

With the way the board are backing him, we’ll improve each season due to simply having better players and he’ll hide behind that.
Comments like this make me laugh :lol: Honestly how dumb are some of you Arteta out cry babies? better players makes a team improve...who would have thought? :lol:
 

REWB

Well-Known Member
How dumb are you to fail to see his point?
I see his point and its a stupid one.. if we get better players and start doing better as a team he's done his job. Lampard/Ole made their teams worse after getting better players, thats why they got fired.
 

DUFFMAN

Keeping The Bar Low
I see his point and its a stupid one.. if we get better players and start doing better as a team he's done his job. Lampard/Ole made their teams worse after getting better players, thats why they got fired.
And the fact that the players he got cost nearly as much as one player or got, Sancho.
 

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