Posted on November 02, 2014 by ADMIN

Guardiola in the frame to replace Wenger as Arsenal boss

Over the last week or so, there have been a few reports in the media about who will be the man to replace Arsene Wenger as the Arsenal manager. They are not saying, however, that the club are on the verge of dumping the long serving Frenchman, especially as he was only signed up for another three years at the helm this summer.

But there is a lot of speculation and interest about who will be the next bossd of the Gunners when the Prof does finish his contract or decide to step aside for someone new. And that would probably have to be the case if the subject of the latest Arsenal transfer rumour, reported by the Evening Standard, was to end up happening.

Because the paper claims that the current Bayern Munich and former Barcelona boss Pep Guardiola is in the frame. The Spaniard is currently in the second year of a three year deal with the Bundesliga champions and it is believed that he will then decide to move on, with the Premier League the logical next port of call for his managerial career.

So as long as the hierarchy at Bayern do not pull the trigger and sack Pep before then, he will be available at the end of next season, when Wenger would still have one year of his own deal left to run. Guardiola’s excellent work with the young players coming through from the Barca academy, as well as his approach to the game and his tactical knowledge make him a very attractive option for Arsenal fans, but would Wenger be willing to step aside early to help the club beat our Premier League rivals?

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24 thoughts on “Guardiola in the frame to replace Wenger as Arsenal boss

    1. SackWenger

      Every other manager but Wenger would do.Wenger is a crap and shit.I want Mourinho to be our next manager.

  1. shekar233

    I must say even if this rumour is true we definitely dont need him… i am done with the kind of slow passing game that Arsenal play with no direction with all the players crowded in opposition penalty box and have no space to make runs… we need to move on from that slow passing game and start playing a high tempo game with equal emphasis on passing. but most of the passing has to be in the middle of the pitch not in the opposition’s final third. That area is only meant for strikers making runs… Guardiola will turn us into another Barcelona if we are not already.. lok what he did to Bayern, they used to play excellent and entertaining quick game before him.. now they play a mixture of their previous selves and Barca.
    We need someone who would change the way we play whjle keeping our class of passing game intact. many would say Klopp which is a perfect solution though it looks unlikely any manager with decent experience even if he currently manages a championship side.
    (Though we won yesterday, it has not changed one bit of what Arsene Wenger is… he may be a legend and made Arsenal great, but right now he is making us look like fools. Not even a championship team steps on the pitch against us fearing a loss, rather they fight for a win, if it was not for of our summer signings Sanchez, Chambers, Welbeck we were up for another draw yesterday against burnley. A recently promoted championship side and the only team in the entire England without a win,kudos to them for the way they defended for 70 minutes)

    Anyways, Guardiola?? – a No go for me, a no go for Arsenal.

    Oh wait what did i forget??

    i hear Guardiola earn 14mil per year at Bayern twice of what Arsene earns. Now do i think he will be hired to manage Arsenal??
    If he does manage Arsenal he would be the highest paid person in the Club.
    Have a great day Gooners

    1. NY_Gunner

      @shekar233
      No team is feared or carry the”fear factor” in football nowadays. And it’s not about teams fearing us. It’s all about us beating any team on the day, whether they fear us(or we fear them) or not…

  2. cheeterspotter

    If we could play football as good as the the rumour camps spread rumours we’d be European Champions.

  3. Aussie Jack

    Guardiola to Arsenal, I`m getting hoarse saying it. The timing could be right and by the looks of it Arsene could go out on a high note.
    What ever Henry`

  4. Aussie Jack

    To continue: What ever Henry has in mind I don`t know but, if he eventually wants to manage Arsenal, now`s the time to start his apprenticeship.

    1. Sango

      The shoes are likely to be far too oversized with disasterous consequences for Henry. You like him as manager he must start with the academy.

  5. kamn288

    I WANT FLAMINI TO BE REPLACED AND DON’T KNOW HOW TO DESCRIBE HIM?
    WE COULD HAVE CONCEDED A OG IN THE FIRST-HALF AND ALEXIS IS TWICE AS STRONG AS HE IS! “PEOPLE THAT THE CLUB SHOULD REPLCE”
    1.FLAMINI
    2.ARTETA
    3.DIABY
    4.WENGER

  6. NY_Gunner

    If Pep wants to prove something in the EPL, then he should take over at Burnley and win them a Champions League spot.
    Otherwise he’s a damn bluff…

  7. samuel@justarsenal.com

    The issue of the boss living Arsenal soon is a wasting of time discussion. Arsenal brand of passing game is now yielding good result for us. We won our last 3 games scoring 7 and conceding only once. As time goes on, Arsenal passing game will more mature and be more telling on their opponents. So, let us forget about Pep Guardiolar and concentrate on the boss and his Gunners as they move to the next level after winning 3 in a roll. We should all focus on our UCL home match with Anderlecht coming up on Tuesday. Arsenal could qualify for the nock-out stages by beating Anderlecht at the Emirates Stadium. I believe the Gunners will not take this Sunday as recovery off day. But train today after Sunday service. They should reschedule their training time to 19:45 – 21 : 45 (2-hours) being the time the Gunners will play their next game with Anderlecht. By doing this today and tomorrow, the Gunners will properly get used to night timing of game. And I see them play it in with ease and comfort.

  8. samuel@justarsenal.com

    The issue of the boss leaving Arsenal soon is a wasting of time discussion. Arsenal brand of passing game is now yielding good result for us. We won our last 3 games scoring 7 and conceding only once. As time goes on, Arsenal passing game will become more mature and thus be more telling on their opponents. So, let us forget about Pep Guardiolar and concentrate on the boss and his Gunners as they move to the next level after winning 3 in a roll. We should all focus on our UCL home match with Anderlecht that will come up on Tuesday. Arsenal could qualify for the nock-out stages by beating Anderlecht at the Emirates Stadium. I believe the Gunners will not take this Sunday as recovery off day. But train today after Sunday service. They should reschedule their training time to 19:45 – 21 : 45 GMT (2-hours) being the time the Gunners will play their next game with Anderlecht. By doing this today and tomorrow, the Gunners will properly get used to the night timing of game. And I can see Arsenal play the game with ease and comfort. Thus convincingly the match.

  9. samuel@justarsenal.com

    The issue of the boss leaving Arsenal soon is a wasting of time discussion. Arsenal brand of passing game is now yielding good result for us. We won our last 3 games scoring 7 and conceding only once. As time goes on, Arsenal passing game will be more matured and be more telling on their opponents. So, let us forget about Pep Guardiolar and concentrate on the boss and his Gunners as they move to the next level after winning 3 in a roll. We should all focus on our UCL home match with Anderlecht on Tuesday. Arsenal could qualify for the nock-out stages by beating Anderlecht at the Emirates Stadium. I believe the Gunners will not take this Sunday as recovery off day. But train today after Sunday service. They should reschedule their training time to 19:45 – 21:45 GMT (2-hours) being the time the Gunners will play their next game with Anderlecht. By doing this today and tomorrow, the Gunners will properly get used to the night timing of the game. And I see them play the game with ease and comfort.

  10. samuel@justarsenal.com

    The issue of the boss leaving Arsenal soon is a wasting of time discussion. Arsenal brand of passing game is now yielding good result for us. We won our last 3 games scoring 7 and conceding none. As time goes on, Arsenal passing game will be more matured and be more telling on their opponents. So, let us forget about Pep Guardiolar and concentrate on the boss and his Gunners as they move to the next level after winning 3 in a roll. We should all focus on our UCL home match with Anderlecht on Tuesday. Arsenal could qualify for the nock-out stages by beating Anderlecht at the Emirates Stadium. I believe the Gunners will not take this Sunday as recovery off day. But train today after Sunday service. They should reschedule their training time to 19:45 – 21:45 GMT (2-hours) being the time the Gunners will play their next game with Anderlecht. By doing this today and tomorrow, the Gunners will properly get used to the night timing of the game. And I see them play the game with ease and comfort. Thus winning the game convincingly.

  11. saliu johnson

    Lol this is so hilarious bob is a comedian firstly WENGER cannot be sacked unless he resigns he will always be awarded new contracts. Secondly PEP is nt leaving Bayern anytime soon and if he does I see him managing CITY

  12. kamn288

    Where is Diaby?
    1.restroom
    2.kitchen
    3.with wilshere
    4.with eboue
    5.with giroud
    6.physioroom
    7.car
    8.hanging out with debuchy
    9.police station
    10.i don’t know?

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