Emery says his job is to ‘find a Solution’ by Matty Barnes
In one of the very last internationals at the old Wembley, England lost 0-1 to Germany and, if I remember correctly it was courtesy of a Dietmar Hamann penalty. The England fans were fuming and when the England manager, Kevin Keegan, was interviewed at the end of the game he expressed how offended he’d been by the crowds comments, that he was with immediate effect resigning……..
It doesn’t really matter what you think about Keegan as a manager; he evaluated the entire situation, the final score, his players attitude, the crowds reaction and his role in that equation, and decided the best thing for everyone was for him to stand down.
He wasn’t a bad manager, he punched Ferguson to one of the best ends of a league season while he was at Newcastle, highlighted by his wonderful meltdown, but showed he genuinely feels it, the wins and the losses….OK you know where I’m going with this..
Emery said on Arsenal.com after the match yesterday: ‘My job is to work, analyse and find a solution for how we can improve.’….Unai, I can help you there, or more importantly, King Kev can….You should do the right thing, show some respect for yourself, your wife and your kids. WALK!! If you go before you are pushed at least we will hate you less than we do right now….With every game, hour and second that passes the collective hatred of you grows like a tsunami.
It takes a person of character to stand up and accept responsibility. It’s a coward that sits and waits to be pushed. Don’t tell me he needs the money, he’s minted… he’s also spineless – and you know what? Our players know that. That’s why he’s lost the dressing room, the training ground, the bus and probably the car park. I’d park in his space on purpose if I was the kit man, just to show him what a pathetic waste of space he is.
Have I made my point here or shall I write another article?