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poet11;3977113 said:No but just leave at the end of this season or take up a different role. Far too much good done by him and is a living club legend to be sacked. Despite not being able to maximize the potential of the squad, he has assembled a real good one. Near perfect balance, great age and no apparent holes for a new manager to cook it into something better with a few additions of his own.
krisaju95;3977121 said:True. I respect what he's done so much so that it would just be really sad to have him "sacked", but I just want him to leave. The club is getting really stale, no changes in tactics, no improvements in discipline and no titles. He's not making any bold decisions either because of which players have been taking advantage of his leniency.
A new manager might hurt and we might suffer for a season or two, but it's needed at this point.
Simeone is the man. failing him they will have to look really hard.poet11;3977148 said:Why? Who do you have in mind?
Sir Didier Drogba;3977151 said:Simeone is the man. failing him they will have to look really hard.
Tuchel moving to the EPL at this stage would be another AVB... (maybe arsenal hire him, sack him in February when they are 8th and interim manager Thierry henry wins the champions league...?)
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krisaju95;3977193 said:Tuchel wouldn't be good. He needs more time to prove himself.
Allegri or Simeone would be ideal but I don't think we can get either. I don't think Allegri will want to leave Juve just yet and Simeone, I don't think, is eager to join he PL. Simeone would be the ideal choice.
I don't want it to be someone inexperienced. It needs to be someone with true passion for the game, someone who can be animated on the touchline, inspire the players and rough them up when needed.
Our players are super-talented, arguably one of the best squads in the PL, but they lack inspiration and true desire.
poet11;3977197 said:I suppose the 2nd FA cup win would've been best departure time in that respect. I've banged on about the recent managerial changes that happened and Conte being my no.1 choice during that time. Would've been perfect. He is now showing it at Chelsea and also did a similar job at Juve that made me think he could do similar things at Arsenal.
Now though I do think Allegri can be tempted away from Juve. He has done it all in Italy and would have a winning team to build here with freedom and time I think. And to add, my plan for the club would be to give him 3 to 5 years and see if Montella is available during that time. We should follow the Bayern route of team management approach.
One of other thing is I would love to see Wenger in a directorial role with a new first team coach. I still think that only management of the team is his main failing but he still has it in the transfer market. After all, this talented squad is his recruitment and at such a low cost on top of it. Everything is in place but just new first team management with new fresh ideas and ambition. That way a less experienced but top quality coach could work well.