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Arteta appointed as Arsenal manager
Greatone 3 years ago
Arsenal, Australia 19 708

Arteta has been made the new manager of Arsenal, no news about what the backroom staff will look like yet or what Ljungberg's role will be afterwards.

I think he's gonna struggle - naturally - and the fans will turn on him, even if he brings some good ideas. He will need lots of time and lots of change in players.

The best signing that we could do mid-season would be to (I would assume there would be one) activate Saliba's loan release clause. That and getting a solid CDM.

What do you guys think will happen, will he be a success or will he never even get the chance to make changes and be a success?

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Emobot7 3 years ago
505 11033

@Greatone Well, obviously, he don't have a lot of experience but I actually expect some good thing from him, like getting a good basis in term of style of play. After all, he studid with one of the best of them, Pep. No matter what you think about the guy, all his team played dominating football and I don't think Arteta wouldn't try to emulate what he learned under Pep. However, I do believe his results are gonna be more conflicted mostly because he isn't yet quite as talented as Pep and also because Arsenal has much less ressource than City. I just hope the fans stuck with him. Still, at the very least, I hope to see improving results against lower team and those outside of the big six.

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Lacoste 3 years ago
Liverpool, England 32 558

horrible horrible move in my opinion, when Ancelotti went to Everton, why didn't Arsenal get him

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Greatone 3 years ago
Arsenal, Australia 19 708

yeah @lacoste imagine how shit the board would have to be to make ancelotti prefer everton than arsenal.. and everton gave him a 6 year contract.. fucking arsenal taking a massive gamble when some italian defensive tactics wouldve been a great base for a future arsenal team to grow from..

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Marcus2011 3 years ago
Chelsea FC, England 277 6501

Arsenal replace one joke with another joke. Do people st the board have their heads up their arses?

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amir_keal 3 years ago
Arsenal, Netherlands 66 2894

Cheap solution for the board, no hope in this club

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expertfootball11 3 years ago
Real Madrid, France 64 2824

That demonic smile of his

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Greatone 3 years ago
Arsenal, Australia 19 708

At least so far he seems to be improving our midfield and that’s just one game, hopefully he can do more with them

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Marcus2011 3 years ago
Chelsea FC, England 277 6501

How did he improve midfield against Chelsea? I know it is easier to talk for us after the game, but even during the game it was obvious that Lacazette was tired and midfield needed additional player to counter Chelsea’s dominance.

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Emobot7 3 years ago
505 11033

Liked what he did with his team against United. The only problem is that the way he is making is team play is really rough on the team stamina. I expect him to try and focus on working on the team fitness in the pre-season.

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