Who could be next arsenal manager?

Discussion in 'Arsenal Talk' started by gooner4eva, Aug 31, 2004.


    TRUE GUNNER New Member

    Theres only one person for the job and that is Mr Arsenal himself TONY ADAMS.
  2. Loylz

    Loylz Moderator Moderator

    Probably. Don't think he'd leave us hanging.
  3. Mark

    Mark New Member Elite

    I'm sure Wenger is the man to make the decision on who our manager will be in his place. I'm not sure if it will be Adams though. I know we'd all love it if he was because he was such a legend here as a player, but as I said, I think it will be one of the guys already working here with Wenger. Primorac, Brady, Bould or Rice.
  4. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    i'd be a good manager :lol:
  5. Loylz

    Loylz Moderator Moderator

    You can manage me :wink:
  6. Canuck

    Canuck New Member Elite

    Sure he did well with the National team for you, but then he dropped it to go back to club football in the Eridivisie and hasn't done very well at all.
  7. Anders Limpar

    Anders Limpar New Member

    Nigel Winterburn!!

    Every day in the week!!
  8. mood

    mood New Member

    Arsène should remain manager for quite a long time now, so there's no point in having this thread already.

    I wouldn't mind David O'Leary to be honest. He's a great manager, look at what he suddenly did to Villa last season with a limited squad. I do not like his attitude towards the media and his managerial decisions on certain players, but I really do believe he is a good manager and he is still young. With more experience, he could even become better - especially at a bigger club like Arsenal. He is a former captain of our great side anyways. He is somewhat of a ****, and that's the only bad thing. So I am not really sure if we should bring him in, but he is a good manager anyways

    Martin O'Neill is a better manager, brought a good side to Celtic with limited players. I do not admire his game style that much, so I am not sure.

    But in the end, we've still got Le Professor and should have him for atleast the next decade.
  9. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    he won the dutch league first season back
  10. mood

    mood New Member

    I have a feeling Dennis Bergkamp would make a great manager.
  11. malagar

    malagar New Member

    but hasnt Bergkamp said that he doesnt want to have anything to do with football when he retires . He said that he will never become a coach because he wants to live a normal life after his player career ends . And he thinks that he will spend more tiem with his family and propably he will take up gardening more seriously :)
  12. kutz

    kutz New Member

    With all due respect, SL, you'd make a bloody awful manager!!!!

    How are the players meant to concentrate on football if you're always hanging around? Especially after they've seen the pics on your web page... And I'm just not entirely sure how your "hands on" approach would suit some of the players... or their girlfriends I guess....

    No harshness intended... Just thinking about the consequences!!!!

    I don't want TH smoking after every training session!
  13. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    id be a very professional manager thank yoo very much :evil:, if i had to do some 1 on 1 sessions to help the players improve theyre 1 on 1's with the keeper etc id help with that :roll:
  14. Loylz

    Loylz Moderator Moderator

  15. RobinVanPersie

    RobinVanPersie New Member

    Well, Marco van Basten said the same a couple of years ago and look where he stands now ;D
  16. GoonerGurjit

    GoonerGurjit New Member Elite

    I think O'leary has a great chance of being the next manager of Arsenal.
  17. Dr.Dre

    Dr.Dre New Member

    I hope to see ...........

    Johan Cruyff

    wut tha world class manager ...
  18. Loylz

    Loylz Moderator Moderator

    But the thing is I actually believe Bergkamp when he says something, be it when he's going to retire, or that pigs are flying outside my window right now. :wink:
  19. kutz

    kutz New Member

    Oh well... I guess if you're willing to make those sorts of sacrifices for the sake of the team, then i guess you'd be a good manager. Especially if it means we get to see you every Friday at the press conferences!

    Sooooo, what would you wear? A conservative Arsène look?
  20. kanooo

    kanooo New Member

    Chris Coleman?

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