Would you rather?

Discussion in 'Arsenal Talk' started by say yes, May 14, 2018.


Would you rather?

Poll closed May 21, 2018.
  1. Have kept Wenger

  2. Hire Arteta as the new manager

  1. Gegen Pressing

    Gegen Pressing Well-Known Member

    Just worried Arteta will turn into Roberto Martinez mkII...reaching a ceiling with the team even faster than his receding hairline.
  2. Jury

    Jury Mission Accomplished

    You go to lame funerals bro.
  3. American_Gooner

    American_Gooner Not actually American. Unless Di Marzio says so. Moderator

    Don't think Anzac ever recovered mentally from being wrong about advocating for Wenger to be sacked and replaced with AVB in 2011.
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  4. Makingtrax

    Makingtrax Arséne Wenger once said "I will miss you"

    Don’t understand why people didn’t point out the errors of his ways.
    2011 -£12m net spend
    2012 -£9m net spend
    The guy just didn’t understand how football works. The miracle was how Wenger got top 4, spending bottom of the table for several years.:lol:
    Last edited: May 17, 2018
  5. James Bond

    James Bond Moderation Consultant

  6. American_Gooner

    American_Gooner Not actually American. Unless Di Marzio says so. Moderator

    Even by his standards, this is something special:

  7. krengon

    krengon One Arsene Wenger Trusted

    Not too well :lol: :lol:

    oh and a bonus:

    nah, Uncle Mike was a legend for that legendary Sp**s collapse post, his name was legit feared on Sp**s forums back then :lol:
  8. krengon

    krengon One Arsene Wenger Trusted


    HOF worthy post.

    Gooner Zig, Tir Na Nog and James Bond like this.

    AVENTUS Well-Known Member

    SkySports reporting club talking the Henry.

    Would you rather Arteta or Henry ??
  10. Longy

    Longy Well-Known Member

    I just can't see players listening to Arteta without any runs on the board.
    He was a pretty mediocre player by PL standards and played here during a pretty bleak time.

    Henry at least was our best player ever, one of the worlds best, won titles here, WC winner etc etc. he has just achieved much more.

    I think of Özil and the rest of the players reacting to Arteta when he's firing off shots at them and can see it whistling from one ear to the other.
    I think he's just too close.
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  11. Mark Tobias

    Mark Tobias Mr. Agreeable

    And in those years played the best football.
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  12. Mark Tobias

    Mark Tobias Mr. Agreeable

    I disagree that Arteta was a mediocre player. I feel if he had an opportunity at a big club earlier in his career he'd have looked the part and probably made the spanish national team (although there was stiff competition there)
  13. Jae

    Jae Well-Known Member

    Arsène Wenger was a mediocre player :p
  14. Allegri was interested until he was told he would only have 50 mil to spend. this summer He said earlier this week, "I only want to manage a club that has ambition to win".
    Sadly, the board and Kroenke have no ambition to win a sausage. They only aim to make a dividend on their shares.
    Arsenal are unfortunately cursed, in that they are owned by the least ambitious, least passionate, miserly, tightest billionaire in world football!
  15. rich 1990

    rich 1990 Men's Rights Activist

    You thought about posting something different?
  16. Yeah, I will eventually, but this is a major, major point, yet missed by many.
  17. rich 1990

    rich 1990 Men's Rights Activist

    It's not missed by anyone. We know Kroenke's a ****. For us to get a true idea of the extent in which he is, or otherwise, holding us back, Wenger had to go. If the same happens under Arteta or whoever, then we know he is absolutely to blame. My thinking is, I'll wait til the summer window is over and see where we're at.
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  18. Fair point. You wait and see, take all the time you need.
    When you all figure out that Kroenke is the problem, we the fans need to unite and protest like mad next season, before, during and after matches in order to get Stan out and maybe Usmanov in.
    Hammers and Geordies would not have put up with this as long as we have.
  19. ptrcopp

    ptrcopp Well-Known Member

    It was clear after Wmger announced his departure that change was needed. When the announcement came the toxicity that looked over and surrounded the club seemed to lift straight away. For once the fan base were unified. The players played with more freedom and the team were easier to watch.
    And yet the errors, while not as clumsy and obvious, were still there.
  20. Agree that "change was needed."
    Unless the imminent change of manager is accompanied by a change in attitude to player investment and funding for this, then there will be no change in the club's fortunes.

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