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NFT: Premier League 3/18: Arsenal loses 3-1 @ West Brom

dpinzow : 3/18/2017 10:31 am
Wenger getting all kinds of heat now and protests against him staying at the Emirates will magnify
Time to become a national team coach  
Bobby Humphrey's Earpad : 3/18/2017 10:39 am : link
He can still manage but he can't be in a position to sign players anymore. Give him a pool of players and let him coach.
Wenger to PSG  
JohnF : 3/18/2017 10:41 am : link
Drums getting louder..
RE: Time to become a national team coach  
dpinzow : 3/18/2017 10:50 am : link
In comment 13397951 Bobby Humphrey's Earpad said:
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He can still manage but he can't be in a position to sign players anymore. Give him a pool of players and let him coach.


Wenger with Les Bleus and Pogba + Mourinho + possibly Griezmann at Man U would create a lot of friction
On another note  
Gmen1982 : 3/18/2017 11:24 am : link
Turned on Real Madrid game. Goalie sends it out and Ronaldo tried a back heel pass to Marcelo on the outside. It goes out of bounds. He puts his hands up yelling at Marcelo. What a great teammate. He was actually two feet into his defensive half which is the furthest he comes back on defense as well.
Then he doesn't keep insides on a far list run  
Gmen1982 : 3/18/2017 11:26 am : link
When he can see where everyone is.
who would be likely successor to Wenger?  
Floyd_Fan : 3/18/2017 11:27 am : link
they already missed out on Conti,Guerdiola. was never going to be Maurinho.

I saw the young British coach of Bournemouth mentioned, but he may not be big enough name even though he might be well qualified.

similar situation to Giants in one regard: how to choose a winning Coughlin's successor. However, continuity of schemes may matter less in Arsenal's case.
Onsides and post  
Gmen1982 : 3/18/2017 11:27 am : link
Sorry
RE: who would be likely successor to Wenger?  
moespree : 3/18/2017 12:36 pm : link
In comment 13397995 Floyd_Fan said:
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they already missed out on Conti,Guerdiola. was never going to be Maurinho.

I saw the young British coach of Bournemouth mentioned, but he may not be big enough name even though he might be well qualified.

similar situation to Giants in one regard: how to choose a winning Coughlin's successor. However, continuity of schemes may matter less in Arsenal's case.



Diego Simeone seems to me to be the perfect replacement. Injects energy, toughness, and already has a built in rivalry with the top managers in England. Though they say he is staying to oversee the new stadium move. So I guess he is out of the running. I read the other day rumors about the Dortmund manager Thomas Tuchel to Arsenal. I don't know if that is good enough. He's a good manager but Klopp was better there. I feel like that kind of hire wouldn't do anything really. They'd likely have the same kind of seasons under him they have been having under Wenger.
Cahill late winner for Chelsea at Stoke  
Kyle in NY : 3/18/2017 1:01 pm : link
and the title race is all but over. Race for the champions league though should still be a good one
RE: RE: who would be likely successor to Wenger?  
Floyd_Fan : 3/18/2017 1:04 pm : link
In comment 13398070 moespree said:
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Diego Simeone seems to me to be the perfect replacement. Injects energy, toughness, and already has a built in rivalry with the top managers in England. Though they say he is staying to oversee the new stadium move. So I guess he is out of the running. I read the other day rumors about the Dortmund manager Thomas Tuchel to Arsenal. I don't know if that is good enough. He's a good manager but Klopp was better there. I feel like that kind of hire wouldn't do anything really. They'd likely have the same kind of seasons under him they have been having under Wenger.


Simeone would be a good choice. similar to Conti. fiery guy.
RE: RE: who would be likely successor to Wenger?  
stillpoe : 3/18/2017 1:08 pm : link
In comment 13398070 moespree said:
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In comment 13397995 Floyd_Fan said:


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they already missed out on Conti,Guerdiola. was never going to be Maurinho.

I saw the young British coach of Bournemouth mentioned, but he may not be big enough name even though he might be well qualified.

similar situation to Giants in one regard: how to choose a winning Coughlin's successor. However, continuity of schemes may matter less in Arsenal's case.




Diego Simeone seems to me to be the perfect replacement. Injects energy, toughness, and already has a built in rivalry with the top managers in England. Though they say he is staying to oversee the new stadium move. So I guess he is out of the running. I read the other day rumors about the Dortmund manager Thomas Tuchel to Arsenal. I don't know if that is good enough. He's a good manager but Klopp was better there. I feel like that kind of hire wouldn't do anything really. They'd likely have the same kind of seasons under him they have been having under Wenger.


I would love Simeone or Allegri. As you said, Simeone would bring a lot of energy and toughness, both desperately needed at Arsenal. Allegri has done well to replace Conte at Juve and brings energy like Simeone. He's also shown a tactical flexibility that Arsenal has not shown under AW.
Everton  
AcidTest : 3/18/2017 1:29 pm : link
4-0 over Hull City. Lukaku now has 21 goals. Wow.
Wonder if Lukaku will stay there  
moespree : 3/18/2017 2:42 pm : link
He supposedly doesn't want to sign a new contract and Conte has been after him for years. I even read he registered on Conte's radar as a youth player when Conte was at Juventus. Probably going to be hard to turn down if Chelsea comes calling. They will be league champions and in the champions league next season.
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