Discussion in 'Arsenal Talk' started by OnlyOne, Dec 20, 2019.
What time is Mikel’s press conference?
I’m enjoying the lack of respect we have for Man City. I’d usually prefer that we showed class, but think it’s fully justified in this case.
5 UK time.
you're heading to a lot of ignore lists if you go on being so negative - let us enjoy a bit of optimism for a few days at least
Videos of Arteta arriving on Arsenals instagram story.
Sanllehi looks like he's the same height as you ffs, the 5'9 Arteta towers over him.
Won Cups though, and had that run where was top team in the league over a calendar year despite failing to win the title. The 2013-2016 Arsenal team was better than people want to admit, they just choked in the clutch in that year LCFC won.
If I were one of the players, I would be scared by the prospect of having Arteta as a coach than a
Mikel will be risking his career by folding for players so he will be as strict as he possibly can. And that is exactly what this team needs right now.
Everyone involved in this is risking their career, be it Raul, Mikel, the players and they can't afford to slip so it's make or break.
Now is the time to really "Be Excited".
Attacking me on a day like today, awful.
That's true, Arsenal leading the league for a while only to collapse in the Winter months was a common fixture of the Premiership not too long ago. We have since addressed that issue by collapsing before Winter instead.
I'm bitter that you beat yousif and me to making this thread.
You guys streaming the presser? Give me a link.
Sky Sports normally cut away and talk over the pressers.
Imagine telling Arteta when he signed in 2011, that before this decade was up he would be managing us!
Hoping you guys can enlighten me. As an American that has been a die hard Arsenal fan for 7 years I wanted to get your take on the following-
Is it a slight, or does it imply a lesser role to announce Arteta as the "head coach?" I saw in Pep's letter he also said "he will be a great coach". With the team not announcing him as Manager does that imply a lesser role, or just simply a lingo thing?
Same. A link would be nice.
It's being streamed on the official site.
Wenger was the last Manager that Arsenal will likely have. There are new structures in place, and Emery was a head coach too.
I don’t have to register?
Basically we're trying to go down the continental model route and don't want a manager like Wenger and Ferguson were.
Ivan made a point of it in order not to give the impression that power would be concentrate on a single person.
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