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post #76 of 103
This guy was my favourite of the post match fan tv interviews. Saw on twitter that "Bluds win 48-32 to the Fams in a thrilling end to end encounter".

If it is Wenger out, who is next? Who do you want? It's going to be a massive change after 20+ years whatever happens and look at Man Utd with Moyes and Van Gaal uhoh.gif
post #77 of 103
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Originally Posted by Guy Burgess View Post

If it is Wenger out, who is next? Who do you want? It's going to be a massive change after 20+ years whatever happens and look at Man Utd with Moyes and Van Gaal uhoh.gif

there were countless opportunities over the years, but he wouldn't budge. Pep was initially interested in coming to Arsenal. Klopp was available before Pool snatched him up. Plenty more examples...

Also just look at what's happening -- Viera , a gunner legend, is now working for City. Henry is now assistant for the Belgian national team instead of getting any coaching experience with his club.
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post #79 of 103
I can completely understand the frustration at missed opportunities over the years with managers and ex players but I'm genuinely interested in who you, as a fan, would want as the next manager. I was just thinking about possible options and the list isn't long...I guess Simeone? but that would be a big shift in playing style.
post #80 of 103
Tuchel. Or maurizio sarri. Simeone is a pretty great choice for Arsenal but from what I read he's always going to go to inter next.
post #81 of 103
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Tuchel. Or maurizio sarri. Simeone is a pretty great choice for Arsenal but from what I read he's always going to go to inter next.

yup. even allegri, though not a fan...and ancelotti (if he leaves bayern)
post #82 of 103
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Nothing will change. Arsenee will push mediocre Arsenal players into a run for the top 4 by May and then all will be forgiven by shortsighted Gooners. This has happened every year for the last ten or so years - at least for as long as I have been following EPL.
post #83 of 103
I don't know man... city, utd, pool and spurs all look stronger at the moment.
post #84 of 103
Some CL goals today! lurker[1].gif

Funny if you saw those same Arsenal TV guys in :happy:post-SUtton interviews...
post #85 of 103

City v Monaco was wild

post #86 of 103
^ That was a blast to watch.
post #87 of 103
Arrivederci Claudio - Ranieri out! wow.gif
Edited by romafan - 2/24/17 at 5:35am
post #88 of 103
Thread Starter 
Barça on the verge of making magic now
post #89 of 103
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But no. Cavani coming through with the outside of the boot
post #90 of 103
That was interesting for awhile.
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