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Unai Emery is the new Arsenal head coach

The next Arsenal head coach  

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  1. 1. Who will be the next Arsenal coach?

    • Massimiliano Allegri
    • Mikel Arteta
    • Unai Emery
    • Luis Enrique
    • Diego Simeone
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    • Patrick Vieira
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    • Thierry Henry
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    • Maurizio Sarri
    • Eduardo Berizzo
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    • Leonardo Jardim
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    • Brendan Rodgers
    • Dennis Bergkamp
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    • Lucien Favre
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    • Zinedine Zidane
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    • Rafaél Benítez
    • Carlo Ancelotti
    • Other...


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Speculation is rife, all sorts of names are being put forward and the probability is that a man has already been selected to take over Arsène Wenger's 22 years in charge as manager.

So out of a selection of names or maybe your own bet, who do you think will take over what right now seems to be a massive rebuilding job.

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Wont be Dennis, he doesnt fly. So wont go to away games in Europe

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Think it's down to Arteta and Allegri now. Who knows though, the club have everyone guessing at the moment.

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I love Arteta but giving the job to a man with no experience managing is a crazy risk. Luis Enrique's name got a mention early on but don't really feel either way about him, a bit meh. Allegri, Jardim, Ancelloti or a man not on the list, Julian Nagelsmann would be good. Issue with that of course is that Allegri might be at Chelsea and Nagelsmann has already distanced himself from rumours of him leaving Hoffenheim.

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The dream coach for me would be Maurizio Sarri. He is perfect in every way excepting the obvious language difficulties he would have to begin with. But everything about him, his football and the way he coaches his team is football paradise for me. He is demanding of the board though and anyone that can do battle with Aurelio de Laurentiis can do battle with any board. 

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9 minutes ago, SirBalon said:

The dream coach for me would be Maurizio Sarri. He is perfect in every way excepting the obvious language difficulties he would have to begin with. But everything about him, his football and the way he coaches his team is football paradise for me. He is demanding of the board though and anyone that can do battle with Aurelio de Laurentiis can do battle with any board. 

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16 minutes ago, Panna King said:

Peter Bosz is the man for the job.

Actually, I wouldn’t be against that one. 

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Nagelsmann at Hoffinheim is very interesting for me, but he has Bayern written all over him in a few seasons. Jardim is another who I'm a big fan of and I would love Simeone as well. 

Allegri is another who if happily take and I would not be against Arteta in the role either. I still don't think we will know for certain for a couple of weeks yet though.

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Looks like us Arsenal fan just want anyone! xD

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8 minutes ago, SirBalon said:

Looks like us Arsenal fan just want anyone! xD

Anything better than Wenger :( 

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Just now, Panna King said:

Anything better than Wenger :( 

get Claudio in. Least you'll win a title again.

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16 minutes ago, Chaaay AFC said:

Nagelsmann at Hoffinheim is very interesting for me, but he has Bayern written all over him in a few seasons. Jardim is another who I'm a big fan of and I would love Simeone as well. 

Allegri is another who if happily take and I would not be against Arteta in the role either. I still don't think we will know for certain for a couple of weeks yet though.

Allergi is the man, it will be annouced after the Serie A season. Sources have said

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25 minutes ago, Panna King said:

Allergi is the man, it will be annouced after the Serie A season. Sources have said

Wouldn't surprise me if this was just media leaks from his team to try and get him a better deal at Juve though. 

He is on a pretty low wage considering his stature in the game. 

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5 minutes ago, Chaaay AFC said:

Wouldn't surprise me if this was just media leaks from his team to try and get him a better deal at Juve though. 

He is on a pretty low wage considering his stature in the game. 

He is on 2 million euros a year, so Arsenal could easily double his wages and still save 6 million to what they paid Wenger.

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15 minutes ago, Cannabis said:

Something tells me Enrique won't take it, he would only give up his triathlons (his main love) for Sporting Gijon.

I'll stick my neck out and say Emery.

They would of already announced it otherwise

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25 minutes ago, Machado said:

Zinedine Zidane xD

I know!  But he's in the bookie's betting list for potential candidates and is where I got the names from. xDO.o

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According to sources close to Luis Enrique, he was told to be free for a possible call from Arsenal for further talks.

This is his latest tweet as he prepares for the oncoming Triathlon World Series.  xD

 

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Pep Guardiola has said he will not stand in the way of Mikel Arteta becoming the next Arsenal manager.

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23 minutes ago, The Artful Dodger said:

Would be a huge step down for Allegri.

Under the same rule, it would be a huge step up for Arteta which both have their ridiculousness in them.

If I were a top coach in the sport, I wouldn't want to come to Arsenal at this point. No way!

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1 hour ago, SirBalon said:

Under the same rule, it would be a huge step up for Arteta which both have their ridiculousness in them.

If I were a top coach in the sport, I wouldn't want to come to Arsenal at this point. No way!

Not with this board.  Can see it still toxic with the fans if they go with Arteta. 

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6 hours ago, Panna King said:

Not with this board.  Can see it still toxic with the fans if they go with Arteta. 

I can see what you mean because of the fact Arteta doesn't have experience.  But he is also an ex-Arsenal player and one that for some reason many many Arsenal fans really love...  The fact he was at Arsenal and the fans have such sentiments towards him would make it very difficult for the fans to show any dissent towards him.  It's very very hard to show a football board how you feel about them without causing havoc to the team and the coaching staff...The coaching staff would get sacked before shareholders decide to give up on a sure thing where they don't move their arses to earn.

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