QOTW: Should Arsene Wenger be sacked?

Sir Didier Drogba

Head Official
listening to Ian Wright talk about this and he said he thinks it's imperative wenger doesn't hang around the club fergie style when he goes, which I agree with. he should take another job, maybe a national team.

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Arnau

NGR LVR
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.

It's not a matter of experience, Tuchel is much better prepared than most of coaches in England. EPL and its beasts its not a good place to play Juego de Posición, which also took time to teach to a squad. Time is not something you have in elite football, just look how Guardiola is struggling at City even though he have full support from the board and crown.
 

Sir Didier Drogba

Head Official
this man is the actual backup goal keeper that will sit on the bench against arsenal on Monday:



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Pogba4Now

Team Captain
He would make a good keeper; his body covers more of the goal than a skinny one. He just has to stand there.
 

Sir Didier Drogba

Head Official
I like the idea that the game after the most humiliating defeat at the end of a career defined by humiliating defeats Arsene will look across at the opposition bench and see that fat bastard laughing and eating a pie

"Is it really ending like this?"

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Pogba4Now

Team Captain
Sir Didier Drogba;3977930 said:
I like the idea that the game after the most humiliating defeat at the end of a career defined by humiliating defeats Arsene will look across at the opposition bench and see that fat bastard laughing and eating a pie

"Is it really ending like this?"

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:D

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Pogba4Now

Team Captain
Good news.

"Arsene Wenger has revealed he could stay in management for at least four more years and insisted his preference is to stay at Arsenal."

I doubt he will be sacked so this parasite will stick around for a while. The only hope for Arsenal fans is if he dies.

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Sir Didier Drogba

Head Official
he was about to resign then he was inspired by his team getting a crucial away goal at bayern Munich

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Pogba4Now

Team Captain
ShiftyPowers;3978211 said:
He's not a parasite, he still gets them in the CL every year. Man United certainly doesn't do that.

That's why LvG and Moyes were sacked. "Parasites" don't stay.
 

Pogba4Now

Team Captain
Sir Didier Drogba;3977930 said:
I like the idea that the game after the most humiliating defeat at the end of a career defined by humiliating defeats Arsene will look across at the opposition bench and see that fat bastard laughing and eating a pie

"Is it really ending like this?"

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He did indeed eat a pie





But Arsenal didn't lose.
 


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