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Re: Official Next Match Thread

Postby Red Snapper » Thu Nov 07, 2019 10:41 am

Something's gone wrong but I don't think Maureen is the answer. If Dick has "lost the dressing room" it will be fairly cheap to oust him as he only has nine months left on his contract. It's also odd how many of the big clubs have turned to shit this season; Us, manure, even wannabe N17.
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Re: Official Next Match Thread

Postby Tenbob » Sat Nov 09, 2019 10:26 am

Could be an important game in Enery Arsenal Career,a poor loss without any spirit could signal the beginning of the end.
A win with a great performance could spark his and the clubs revival.
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Re: Official Next Match Thread

Postby Rainham Red » Sat Nov 09, 2019 7:27 pm

Tenbob wrote:Could be an important game in Enery Arsenal Career,a poor loss without any spirit could signal the beginning of the end.
A win with a great performance could spark his and the clubs revival.


Neither a win nor a great performance
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Postby ArsenalMill » Sun Nov 10, 2019 9:31 am

I have to say the big question is have we gone forwards or backwards under Emery ? We’ve spent a lot of money recently on positions that arguably didn’t need strengthening while leaving the back line and midfield to dwindle into below mediocrity.

After all 1 shot on target in a whole game against Leicester...
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Postby German_Gooner » Sun Nov 10, 2019 10:52 am

ArsenalMill wrote:I have to say the big question is have we gone forwards or backwards under Emery ? We’ve spent a lot of money recently on positions that arguably didn’t need strengthening while leaving the back line and midfield to dwindle into below mediocrity.

After all 1 shot on target in a whole game against Leicester...


I would say backwards, sack him NOW:
- we still can't defend
- poor managing of senior and young players
- We are creating less chances
- we are losing ground on a top 4 spot (although other teams like ManU and Spurs having issues)
- I cannot see a clear game strategy or philosophy
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Re: Official Next Match Thread

Postby Red Snapper » Sun Nov 10, 2019 2:55 pm

Well statistically we've stood still but the football seems to have deteriorated. My feeling is that he's lost the dressing room so no-one recovers from that. Nine months left on his contract means he will be cheap to let go. The squad of players he has should be good enough to at least play exciting football and hold on to a lead.
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Postby Rainham Red » Sun Nov 10, 2019 4:09 pm

Our next four Prem games are:

Saints (H) 19th
Norwich (A) 20th
Brighton (H) 11th
W.Ham (A) 12th

If we don`t get at least nine points (but hopefully 12) Emery must go.
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Postby ArsenalMill » Tue Nov 12, 2019 10:35 am

Rainham Red wrote:Our next four Prem games are:

Saints (H) 19th
Norwich (A) 20th
Brighton (H) 11th
W.Ham (A) 12th

If we don`t get at least nine points (but hopefully 12) Emery must go.


I agree he'd need to go before the start of the January transfer window. I never thought I'd say it but right now I'd take Mourinho as a stop-gap while bringing in a ambitious ex-player (say Vierra, Henry or Bergkamp) as an Assistant Manager with the intention of them taking over in 2 years
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Postby Rainham Red » Tue Nov 12, 2019 1:57 pm

ArsenalMill wrote:
Rainham Red wrote:Our next four Prem games are:

Saints (H) 19th
Norwich (A) 20th
Brighton (H) 11th
W.Ham (A) 12th

If we don`t get at least nine points (but hopefully 12) Emery must go.


I agree he'd need to go before the start of the January transfer window. I never thought I'd say it but right now I'd take Mourinho as a stop-gap while bringing in a ambitious ex-player (say Vierra, Henry or Bergkamp) as an Assistant Manager with the intention of them taking over in 2 years


Unless Dennis has got over his fear of flying he is a non-starter. I love Thierry but he has no experience at managing a football club let alone a big club like Arsenal. Of the three I think Vieira would be the best bet.
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Postby German_Gooner » Tue Nov 12, 2019 2:47 pm

Rainham Red wrote:
ArsenalMill wrote:
Rainham Red wrote:Our next four Prem games are:

Saints (H) 19th
Norwich (A) 20th
Brighton (H) 11th
W.Ham (A) 12th

If we don`t get at least nine points (but hopefully 12) Emery must go.


I agree he'd need to go before the start of the January transfer window. I never thought I'd say it but right now I'd take Mourinho as a stop-gap while bringing in a ambitious ex-player (say Vierra, Henry or Bergkamp) as an Assistant Manager with the intention of them taking over in 2 years


Unless Dennis has got over his fear of flying he is a non-starter. I love Thierry but he has no experience at managing a football club let alone a big club like Arsenal. Of the three I think Vieira would be the best bet.


Vierra, Henry, Bergkamp, 3 Arsenal legends, but I'm not sure if they will make it at the top level of management,
I would go for Arteta, he should have learnt enough from Pep, one of the very best.
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Postby FOYS » Tue Nov 12, 2019 4:00 pm

German_Gooner wrote:
Rainham Red wrote:
ArsenalMill wrote:
Rainham Red wrote:Our next four Prem games are:

Saints (H) 19th
Norwich (A) 20th
Brighton (H) 11th
W.Ham (A) 12th

If we don`t get at least nine points (but hopefully 12) Emery must go.


I agree he'd need to go before the start of the January transfer window. I never thought I'd say it but right now I'd take Mourinho as a stop-gap while bringing in a ambitious ex-player (say Vierra, Henry or Bergkamp) as an Assistant Manager with the intention of them taking over in 2 years


Unless Dennis has got over his fear of flying he is a non-starter. I love Thierry but he has no experience at managing a football club let alone a big club like Arsenal. Of the three I think Vieira would be the best bet.


Vierra, Henry, Bergkamp, 3 Arsenal legends, but I'm not sure if they will make it at the top level of management,
I would go for Arteta, he should have learnt enough from Pep, one of the very best.


Bergkamp has said he doesn't want a number 1 job. Henry got the sack as Monaco's manager with them bottom of the table iirc, and Vieira's Nice are struggling in 13th place.

Wouldn't have Mourinho anywhere near the club, as our promising academy players won't get a look in, plus in a couple of years of him, the changing room will be absolutely toxic.
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