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6 hours ago, carmine said:

Certainly a more inspired choice than the all too inexperienced Arteta.  Whatever pans out here it would appear the new manager will have little or no autonomy in the transfer market.

Never bothered Emery at Sevilla where Monchi ran all the transfer dealings.

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5 minutes ago, wilai said:

Never bothered Emery at Sevilla where Monchi ran all the transfer dealings.

Which would go along way to explaining why this wasn't a stumbling block.  

 

I think he's got quite a rebuild on his hands baring in mind their aspirations.

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One top goalkeeper, a couple of strong centerbacks and a worldclass CAM. The rest is workable. Easier said than done!

 

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12 hours ago, Rc2702 said:

Good appointment.

Decent choice by the Hammers too (Pellegrini), avoiding that sad bottom-feeding vulture-bunch of Pardew, Moyes, Sam, Pulis and Hughes (most of whom they have already been thru anyway).

 

How many world-class proven managers are there now left outside the Premier League? Allegri and Simeone come to mind but not may more?

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2 minutes ago, SantiSuk said:

Decent choice by the Hammers too (Pellegrini), avoiding that sad bottom-feeding vulture-bunch of Pardew, Moyes, Sam, Pulis and Hughes (most of whom they have already been thru anyway).

Be good to see what he can do. I think a half decent manager can get more out of arsenal than arsene could the last couple of seasons. That time to go debacle weighed the team down. Hopefully he let's the dramatic wilshere go and gets Ramsey fitter than ever.

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I like Wilshire's playing style. Whatever he says in response to Southgate's supposed snub, his performances did fade at the back end of the season but he put some commanding stints in in the first two-thirds, many of which were in the Europa but some in the Prem too. In my book he's worth another shout next season and would be expected to lead the Europa League team, so I'm pleased he looks likely to extend his contract (presumably subject to the new boss agreeing - or maybe it's Gazidis' decision, in which case it's done). Has shown a bit more maturity last season - god knows that wasn't difficult to achieve!

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10 hours ago, SantiSuk said:

One top goalkeeper, a couple of strong centerbacks and a worldclass CAM. The rest is workable. Easier said than done!

 

Sorry Santi but you also need a top drawer defensive mid.  

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On 5/23/2018 at 1:38 AM, carmine said:

Sorry Santi but you also need a top drawer defensive mid.  

 

If they continue with the policy of one marquee signing a window they will be right by 2025. :biggrin:

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1 hour ago, jellydog said:

Fellaini to sign with the Gunners ?!:laugh:

Not an Arsene type.

Read an article the other day (forget where) that Arsenal's new recruitment team are ex Dortmund and that seems to be where new faces are coming from: Aubegmayang, Mykytarian, the young centre back that got a couple of games back end of last year and proposed newcomer at centre back Papadontpreachopdopolous.

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On 8/7/2018 at 4:10 PM, BangrakBob said:

Stan Kroenke taking full ownership 

Just when gooners thought things were finally on the up!!!!  ?

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