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Who’s next for the sack?

Discussion in 'Premier League' started by JimJams, Nov 23, 2019.

  1. A Gooner

    A Gooner Registered User

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    Please stop with your sensible and logical points. Arsenal fans are arrogant and should accept the mediocre coach they currently have.

    And we also should definitely listen to the Leicester fans who wanted Claude Puel out because they thought they should be doing better....:whistle
     
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  2. Redpelt

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    Footage has emerged from Lucas Torreira's initiation ceremony with Arsenal.

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    Jamie Vardy fronts the new Specsavers ad.


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    Ronald Koeman reacts angrily to the media linking him with a return to Everton.

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  3. mattledud

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    Been drinking?
     
  4. Redpelt

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    :laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh: No :cool:
     
  5. A Gooner

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    Nuno Espírito Santo is currently bookies favourite to be next Arsenal manager.
     
  6. Jimmy Skitz

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    that would be an interesting appointment but not sure how easy Wolves would be to deal with
     
  7. Pagnell

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    Would be a bad decision for both him and Arsenal for me.
     
  8. DunblaneWolf

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    Literally 0 chance this happens.

    People are throwing money at it because Merson said he'd have him at Arsenal.
     
  9. miss_lfc

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    I see why it would be a bad decision for him, but why for Arsenal? Out of interest.
     
  10. Jimmy Skitz

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    Merson recently said Rodgers would walk to Arsenal because they are Arsenal, he hasn't a clue
     
  11. A Gooner

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    I try not to pay attention to Merson about Arsenal. He doesn't actually like the club that much despite it being the main part of his career.

    My only gripe about Santo is what's he like when his team is given possession and has to control the game? I know Wolves are amazing counter attackers.
     
  12. grampus8myhamster

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    Given your front three and it's pace - it's exactly the game you should be playing imo :)
     
  13. A Gooner

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    Yes but Arsenal carry a reputation. Teams tend to give the ball up against us from the first kick.

    You can't counter if you have the ball and your opposition is packed in their own half.
     
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    I don't think it's a certainty he'd leave us for Arsenal anyway, it's possible but it's a big risk for him and he is at a club where everything is built around his style of play and ethos, he's got backing here from very rich owners and his agent is Mendes who is actively involved in bringing some of his clients and Nunos targets to the club. He's loved here and it's a great atmosphere at Molineux where everyone loves the guy. It's a lot to risk as the pressure will be on fast and Arsenal's squad is pretty bad apart from 2 exceptional strikers.
     
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    Didn't Southampton just have 20 or so shots at your goal in your last game?

    You goal difference is -1.

    Doesn't sound like much sitting back to me?
     
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    Are we doing better since Puel left?

    Not sure why you jumping on ourselves.

    All I stated was I only rate one of your players, and in the current state's I think our team is better than yours.

    I never said you couldnt do better with a different manager.
     
  17. A Gooner

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    That's because Arsenal are under immediate pressure to win and are chasing the game straight away. Thus, under Emery, open to counter attacks straight away. I've seen it for years at Arsenal.

    The difference between Wenger and Emery is Wenger's side could control games, maintain pressure with the ball and keep teams under pressure sometimes. You don't get that from Emery's side. There's a real fractured approach to attacking. It's not fluid, it's disjointed, a bit robotic and static. And because of the lack of ideas, the team just keeps the ball without doing anything....until they lose it and the opposition have free rein tor run at our defence. Hence, giving up a lot of shots.

    He's been here 18 months now. It's clearly not working.
     
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    Silva staying for the Leicester game, which means he is probably safe until the Chelsea game. No way they'd sack him 3/4 days before the derby.

    Imagine he has been told he has the next 2 or 3 games to keep his job. Sink or swim.
     
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    I think its best to change manager before easier run of games, so probably makes sense? so hes deffo staying for our game then?
     
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    Would be funny a f**k if they now beat creepy Brenda's lot.
     

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