Its time for the great man to come back home...

Discussion in 'Arsenal Talk' started by OneAW!, Nov 9, 2019.

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  1. Riou

    Riou Nostalgia Merchant

    Don’t think he should comeback for a number of reasons, would rather use this thread to remember the good times until it gets locked...



    ...one of my absolute favourite games under Arsène, one I was at too...love everything about this time...the players, the football, the stadium, the optimism/excitement...and of course, the manager...best to just leave these as beautiful memories, and look to the future...but what a time we had.
     
  2. shenanigans

    shenanigans Member

    I would definitely take him till the end of the season. i think we were right to get rid but emery was clearly the wrong man to replace him. i mean who else is available right now that would guarantee top 4? give him one last chance he deserves it and let the search for a replacement begin.

    that is if he we wants to come back. would understand if he didnt
     
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  3. OneAW!

    OneAW! Active Member

    Wenger must've had some impact on him. Those first six months he had with us were just awesome. He was Ronaldo'esque in terms of effectiveness. Probably the best football he ever played. Its a shame his cartilage gave out before he and cesc could hook up for a whole season.



    EDIT: We can all agree that Vinai and Sanllehi are a huge upgrade over egghead in everyway. Yet Emery has done worse than Wenger ever did with egghead. Its time some people come to the realisation that Arsène did fantastically in the latter part of his run with us once you consider that he was hamstrung by our terrible financial situation and eggheads incompetence and inexperience. Give him a top executive team to execute his deals, like back when Dein handled transfers and had decent financial resources like we do now that we have a decent deal, and it's almost a given that Wenger would be as successful as he was in his so called heyday.

    Anyway if we don't sign him some major club will and we will all look like some jabronies.
     
    Last edited: Nov 10, 2019
  4. Highbury

    Highbury Active Member

    A washed up Wenger looking good is the worst outcome of the Emery era.
     
  5. bandaid

    bandaid Active Member

    ummm seen the league table? the goal difference? We finally have become an emery team officially. Official Underdogs at Leceister. 50 games in PL after Wenger.
     
  6. truth_hurts

    truth_hurts Well-Known Member

    HELL NO! Hopefully Wenger gets the Bayern jib and does well and we move on.
     
  7. Makingtrax

    Makingtrax Arséne Wenger once said "I will miss you"

    :lol: You believe some weird stuff. So lets watch the manager you were happy to replace him with.
     
    Last edited: Nov 11, 2019
  8. Makingtrax

    Makingtrax Arséne Wenger once said "I will miss you"

    Wenger was a great manager who was maligned by the fans who never understood the role of money in football. Or if they did choose to ignore it through frustration. They demanded that he should beat teams like United, Chelsea etc spending huge sums more.

    And when he finally made it up to spending 5th in 2016/17, the club was under such pressure he couldn't even operate. There was panic buying, planes, endless social media rants, boycotts, protests. No manager could operate under that.

    And so he finally dropped out of top four by one point. They all shouted, 'See, we told you he was past it'. That's the truth.

    We don't deserve to have him back. This thread needs locking while we enjoy his replacement.
     
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  9. albakos

    albakos Arséne Wenger: "I will miss you" Administrator

    ^^ This reply is very appropriate for closing the thread.
     
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