The experience of managers is overrated here. For me, the ability to adapt, innovate and creativity are far more important traits than experience. I've seen enough piss poor work from experienced big name managers to back that up with arguments, but I'm not going to write a 300 line post here. Man U is a fine example of all those crazy opinions about the managers. 3 big name managers after Ferguson failed so hard there that it was embarrassing to put that job on a CV, but 4th manager comes in with less experience and everybody agrees that he shouldn't manage a big club anymore. So may I ask, what's the difference between LVG/Mourinho and Ole? All 3 of them did a crapy job with different experience levels so that rules out experience as a factor of success. Could it be that none of them have the ability to be creative and innovative? I'm not saying here that Ljungberg, Vieira or Arteta should be the next Arsenal manager, but why to rule any of them out based on experience when it's clear that it's not a deciding factor of success. I'm honestly not too happy seeing us parking the bus against top half teams and I would welcome someone else who has more creative approach to the game, and I couldn't care less about the experience that person brings in.