Should Arsenal make Eddie Howe their next manager.
Eddie Howe is one of the most promising managers in English football at the moment. What he has done with Bournemouth from the time the club was in the third tier of English football is truly remarkable.
However, is he the man to rebuild Arsenal?
Howe took Bournemouth from the third tier of English football up to the Premier League and over the years he has made them an example of a stable club.
He has also built his team around an attacking brand of football that is both tenacious and exciting, this brand of football is what is missing at Arsenal at the moment.
The former Burnley manager has also shown that he is a manager that knows how to man-manage players as well as develop talent.
Bournemouth has been turned into a team that is feared, especially on their own turf. A feat he has achieved almost singe handily.
Howe may have achieved success as manager of Bournemouth but he has struggled to prove himself elsewhere, his brief stint as manager of Burnley shows that he may not be able to enjoy success at any other club.
The 41-year-old also lacks any kind of continental experience. The likes of Sean Dyche have impressed with small teams enough to earn a place in the Europa League, but Howe has never quite managed to qualify for Europe.
Howe may have some exciting ideas about coaching and may have impressed at Bournemouth, but it is very different implementing those ideas at a huge club in comparison to a much smaller club.
This is the sixth in a series of articles that I will be doing and all words are my own perception and opinion.