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Who will be the next manager?

Massimiliano Allegri
16
21%
Carlo Ancelotti
5
7%
Mikel Arteta
10
13%
Luis Enrique
17
23%
Leonardo Jardim
6
8%
Joachim Löw
3
4%
Brendan Rodgers
4
5%
Diego Simeone
3
4%
Patrick Vieira
1
1%
Other
10
13%
 
Total votes : 75

Who will be Arsenal's next manager?

Postby Trina » Fri Apr 20, 2018 9:48 pm

I've taken this from the guardian a few hours ago. If there are any other managers you wish to add to the poll let me know via PM.

Massimiliano Allegri, 50
Juventus Odds 8-1


The Italian has said he will take a job abroad when he leaves Juventus, where he is well placed to win a fourth Serie A title in as many seasons. The former midfielder also won one with Milan. He has taken Juventus to two Champions League finals, losing both, and will have a meeting with the club’s executive next month to discuss his future.

Carlo Ancelotti, 58
Unattached Odds 9-2


The former Chelsea manager has admirers in the Arsenal boardroom and is available after being sacked by Bayern Munich last September. He is living in London and is a multiple trophy winner, his haul including three Champions Leagues – two with Milan and the most recent with Real Madrid. Renowned for a calm approach to the job, he won the Double in his first season at Chelsea.

Mikel Arteta, 36
Manchester City (assistant) Odds 20-1

Highly regarded at Arsenal, where he played from 2011-16 before taking a coaching job under Pep Guardiola at City. It is understood he is not shy of offering an opinion on tactics and team matters there and has been a vital link between manager and squad. He had six years as an Everton player and his other clubs include Rangers and Real Sociedad.

Luis Enrique, 47
Unattached Odds 8-1

The former Barcelona manager is, like Allegri, among those under consideration by Chelsea to replace Antonio Conte. As a coach at the Camp Nou he won La Liga twice and the Champions League before leaving last year when his contract expired. Worked for Roma and Celta Vigo before getting the Barça job.

Leonardo Jardim, 43
Monaco Odds 16-1


Took a swashbuckling Monaco to the Ligue 1 title and Champions League semi-finals last season. This campaign has been far tougher after key players were sold and his team trail Paris St-Germain by 17 points and lost 7-1 to them last weekend. Previous clubs include Sporting in his native Portugal.

Joachim Löw, 58
Germany Odds 8-1

Led his country to a World Cup triumph in 2014 and has a contract to 2020. Initially appointed by the German federation as assistant to Jürgen Klinsmann in 2004, he took sole charge two years later, after the World Cup. He has had club jobs in Germany, Turkey and Austria.

Brendan Rodgers, 45
Celtic Odds 9-2


He could secure the Scottish title on Saturday and is hoping to win the country’s treble for a second season in a row. Celtic’s major shareholder, Dermot Desmond, said yesterday the club would not stand in Rodgers’ way if Arsenal want him. Rodgers has managed in the Premier League with Swansea and Liverpool, who sacked him in 2015 with the club 10th.

Diego Simeone, 47
Atlético Madrid Odds 16-1


In charge of Atlético since 2011 he has done an impressive job, winning La Liga and the Europa League and reaching two Champions League finals. Last September he extended his contract to 2020. He and Arsène Wenger go head to head next week in the Europa League semi-finals.

Patrick Vieira, 41
New York City Odds 6-1


The former Arsenal midfielder, signed by Wenger, has been coaching since 2013. He worked first with Manchester City’s youth and reserve teams and since January 2016 has been in charge of their sister club in New York. Wenger says Vieira “has the potential one day” to become Arsenal’s manager.

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Re: Who will be Arsenal's next manager?

Postby GBLShorty » Fri Apr 20, 2018 10:00 pm

Has Tuchel agreed to join PSG?

I'd like a manager like Allegri and he could bring Dybala with him, or Simeone and bring Griezmann, although Simeone is a defensive manager and does not suit our attacking players.
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Re: Who will be Arsenal's next manager?

Postby GBLShorty » Fri Apr 20, 2018 10:02 pm

Please not Brendan Rodgers, success at Celtic does not translate, its like winning the Championship.

I don't want Vieira/Henry/Bergkamp, i want a proven elite trophy winner and a manager that can challenge in the champions league.
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Re: Who will be Arsenal's next manager?

Postby Va-Va-Voom » Fri Apr 20, 2018 10:26 pm

Oi if we actually appoint Rodgers I'll be fvcking fuming.
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Re: Who will be Arsenal's next manager?

Postby Ach » Fri Apr 20, 2018 11:19 pm

BBC Sport understands that Ancelotti would be keen on recruiting former Italy international Andrea Pirlo as an assistant.


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Re: Who will be Arsenal's next manager?

Postby Ach » Sat Apr 21, 2018 12:01 am

Luis Enrique would like to bring Lionel Messi to the Premier League if he is appointed as Arsenal manager, according to the Express .

The Spanish coach has an excellent working relationship with the Argentine superstar from their time together at Barcelona, and is hopeful that this will help put the Gunners at the top of the pile if Messi decides to leave Camp Nou.


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Re: Who will be Arsenal's next manager?

Postby Arsene Nose » Sat Apr 21, 2018 12:51 am

So our future is in the hands of a nike marketing executive from America who has hidden behind Wenger's knowledge for the past ten years. Ok. Let's see what he delivers. From today onwards Gazidis and the board are exposed forever. Sink or swim mofos it's on you.
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Re: Who will be Arsenal's next manager?

Postby Va-Va-Voom » Sat Apr 21, 2018 1:06 am

Arsene Nose wrote:So our future is in the hands of a nike marketing executive from America who has hidden behind Wenger's knowledge for the past ten years. Ok. Let's see what he delivers. From today onwards Gazidis and the board are exposed forever. Sink or swim mofos it's on you.


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Re: Who will be Arsenal's next manager?

Postby LMAO » Sat Apr 21, 2018 1:31 am

Jardim :pray:
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Re: Who will be Arsenal's next manager?

Postby CrimsonGunner11 » Sat Apr 21, 2018 2:40 am

From the above list I can see the board picking Allegri, Ancelotti, Vieira, or Lowe. in that order
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Re: Who will be Arsenal's next manager?

Postby CaptGooner » Sat Apr 21, 2018 2:43 am

May want to add Tuchel, don’t think PSG is done deal.
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Re: Who will be Arsenal's next manager?

Postby Arsene Nose » Sat Apr 21, 2018 4:12 am

"We have to be open-mind and brave," said Gazidis, when asked about how he will select the new manager. "Arsene wasn't necessarily on a lot of people's radar when he arrived, so we need to be bold and get the person we believe is the right person.”

Lol...get ready for a bargain basement replacement. Off in search of our Pochetino we go.
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Re: Who will be Arsenal's next manager?

Postby Royal Gooner » Sat Apr 21, 2018 5:55 am

Anyone but Brendan. His "success" with Celtic is meaningless as we all know that the Scottish league is Mickey Mouse. Look at his PL experience, Did fairly well with Swansea when they first came up but not so well at Liverpool (though that may have been Gerrard's fault).
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Re: Who will be Arsenal's next manager?

Postby KG3 » Sat Apr 21, 2018 7:58 am

Anyone but Rodgers
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Re: Who will be Arsenal's next manager?

Postby Angelito » Sat Apr 21, 2018 8:01 am

Va-Va-Voom wrote:Oi if we actually appoint Rodgers I'll be fvcking fuming.


We're a Moneyball institution, so I'm expecting they will get someone who is decent enough to ensure top-4 or top-6 finishes, without spending much, by working with youth players, not being overtly confrontational with the board, and someone who could be a scapegoat when things go south.

Ideally, Simeone or Tuchel are more suited for a club with fewer resources than its rivals, but I wouldn't be surprised if they're looking at Howe or Rodgers.

Arsenal wants to continue with the brand of football Wenger brought here, so that pretty much leaves out Simeone. Tuchel is PSG-bound. The stars seem to be aligning for Brendan Rodgers. :lipssealed:
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