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by genome » 28 Nov 2019 22:10

Got to be curtains for Emery.

Surely.

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by URZZZZ » 29 Nov 2019 01:18

genome Got to be curtains for Emery.

Surely.


Possibly one more week

Norwich (A)
Brighton (H)
West Ham (A)

Could save him. Although it'd probably just be delaying the inevitable even if he did get a good points haul from them

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by Hendo » 29 Nov 2019 08:49

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genome Got to be curtains for Emery.

Surely.


Possibly one more week

Norwich (A)
Brighton (H)
West Ham (A)

Could save him. Although it'd probably just be delaying the inevitable even if he did get a good points haul from them


Wouldn't be surprised if Norwich done them to be honest, they have had a bit of an upturn in form.

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by genome » 29 Nov 2019 09:40

David Ornstein (usually pretty reliable on all things Arsenal) predicts that Emery will go today.

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by Hendo » 29 Nov 2019 09:41

genome David Ornstein (usually pretty reliable on all things Arsenal) predicts that Emery will go today.


Charlie Watts also going along the same lines.


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by Zammo » 29 Nov 2019 10:13

genome David Ornstein (usually pretty reliable on all things Arsenal) predicts that Emery will go today.


Confirmed.

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by genome » 29 Nov 2019 10:22

Zammo
genome David Ornstein (usually pretty reliable on all things Arsenal) predicts that Emery will go today.


Confirmed.


Nuno Espirito Santo was heavily rumoured to be in line to take over earlier this week, and didn't exactly deny it in his press conference. So I think he'll probably take over.

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by Winston Biscuit » 29 Nov 2019 10:35

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genome David Ornstein (usually pretty reliable on all things Arsenal) predicts that Emery will go today.


Confirmed.


Nuno Espirito Santo was heavily rumoured to be in line to take over earlier this week, and didn't exactly deny it in his press conference. So I think he'll probably take over.


I wonder if they will get Jorge Mendes as part of the deal

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by Old Man Andrews » 29 Nov 2019 10:36

genome
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genome David Ornstein (usually pretty reliable on all things Arsenal) predicts that Emery will go today.


Confirmed.


Nuno Espirito Santo was heavily rumoured to be in line to take over earlier this week, and didn't exactly deny it in his press conference. So I think he'll probably take over.

Would be a poor appointment that shows a lack of ambition. The job he has done with Wolves isn't that remarkable when you consider their resources and access to players through Jorge Mendes.


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by John Smith » 29 Nov 2019 11:44

Big Sam would be the only suitable solution for Arsenal

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by 6ft Kerplunk » 29 Nov 2019 11:54

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Confirmed.


Nuno Espirito Santo was heavily rumoured to be in line to take over earlier this week, and didn't exactly deny it in his press conference. So I think he'll probably take over.

Would be a poor appointment that shows a lack of ambition. The job he has done with Wolves isn't that remarkable when you consider their resources and access to players through Jorge Mendes.


tbf anyone going into Wolves and turning it into what seems to be a stable club at the moment is doing a really good job.

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by Hendo » 29 Nov 2019 12:06

Would think that Eddie Howe should be considered for the role.

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by Old Man Andrews » 29 Nov 2019 12:26

Hendo Would think that Eddie Howe should be considered for the role.

Eh????? Why? He is nowhere near the level to manage a huge club like that, he would get eaten alive. Arsenal need a proven winner, someone who can come in and transform the club. They need a big personality and a big ego.


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by Zammo » 29 Nov 2019 13:00

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Nuno Espirito Santo was heavily rumoured to be in line to take over earlier this week, and didn't exactly deny it in his press conference. So I think he'll probably take over.

Would be a poor appointment that shows a lack of ambition. The job he has done with Wolves isn't that remarkable when you consider their resources and access to players through Jorge Mendes.


tbf anyone going into Wolves and turning it into what seems to be a stable club at the moment is doing a really good job.


Martin Lipton was saying on talkSport yesterday that the Midlands based journos can't stand Santo. More mood swings than 'the Special One'.

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by RFCMod » 29 Nov 2019 13:01

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Hendo Would think that Eddie Howe should be considered for the role.

Eh????? Why? He is nowhere near the level to manage a huge club like that, he would get eaten alive. Arsenal need a proven winner, someone who can come in and transform the club. They need a big personality and a big ego.


Warnock it is then

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by genome » 29 Nov 2019 13:06

I think they should go for the Wycombe manager Gareth Ainsworth.

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by Old Man Andrews » 29 Nov 2019 13:07

genome I think they should go for the Wycombe manager Gareth Ainsworth.

Would do a cracking job there in all seriousness. He is the sort of manager who can manage at ANY level. Thats the class of the man.

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by Silver Fox » 29 Nov 2019 13:13

Doesn't matter who they get, the self publicising waste men on Arsenal fan TV will be screaming for his head after his first game in charge

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by 6ft Kerplunk » 29 Nov 2019 14:00

Old Man Andrews
Hendo Would think that Eddie Howe should be considered for the role.

Eh????? Why? He is nowhere near the level to manage a huge club like that, he would get eaten alive. Arsenal need a proven winner, someone who can come in and transform the club. They need a big personality and a big ego.


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genome I think they should go for the Wycombe manager Gareth Ainsworth.

Would do a cracking job there in all seriousness. He is the sort of manager who can manage at ANY level. Thats the class of the man.

So Eddie Howe who's done a decent job in the Premier League definitely isn't up to it but Ainsworth who, apart from a few games as caretaker at QPR, hasn't managed above League 1 definitely is?

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by Old Man Andrews » 29 Nov 2019 14:01

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Hendo Would think that Eddie Howe should be considered for the role.

Eh????? Why? He is nowhere near the level to manage a huge club like that, he would get eaten alive. Arsenal need a proven winner, someone who can come in and transform the club. They need a big personality and a big ego.


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genome I think they should go for the Wycombe manager Gareth Ainsworth.

Would do a cracking job there in all seriousness. He is the sort of manager who can manage at ANY level. Thats the class of the man.

So Eddie Howe who's done a decent job in the Premier League definitely isn't up to it but Ainsworth who, apart from a few games as caretaker at QPR, hasn't managed above League 1 definitely is?

Think you may have missed the long running joke about Gareth Ainsworth m8.

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