Discussion in 'Arsenal History' started by Tir Na Nog, Dec 16, 2014.
Theirry landing on his feet nicely after Monaco
He tried going solo too early & all it's done is cement his status as the second man in the managerial setup.
It's Pat (who has done well with Nice) or Sol (if he keeps pulling off Macclesfield like miracles & continuing to improve) after Emery.
Always rated Roberto Martinez.
On Vieira btw, I just seen that Nice has one of the youngest squads in Europe. Vieira is doing well, and says he wants to manage in England or Italy one day with a former team.
Rather not Sol. Legend, but absolute knobhead.
I'm behind it purely because the man has confidence by the boatload. Imagine a fraction of that confidence transmitted to our players. They'd be world beaters over night
Let me get this straight, this man got offered a chance to be a coach at Arsenal as long as he left Sky to focus on it but rejected it thinking he was above it. Now he doesn't even work for Sky anymore and has to sneak into Arsenal games.
Unless Henry loses his ego he'll never be a top coach, hopefully the Monaco experience has humbled him a bit.
Imagine this man being critical of Wenger week after week on Sky. SMH.
Some of these guys need to realize that the player ego doesn’t transfer over to manager ego.
I like that he is studying us. He will know how not to play then!
"...In life, if you fail, you get up and you fight. But as a coach, if you fail, you get up and you wait to fight..."
Lessons learnt during moments of adversity are more valuable than compliments during times of popularity...
Great stuff from Thierry here, maybe something we can learn from it.
You could do well looking at your self and how you talked about Wenger last year!
People who seriously compare Aguero to this man are ill.
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