Since the announcement that Arsene Wenger will end his Arsenal reign after 22 years at the club, there’s been plenty of debate and speculation as to who will fill the post, with opinion seemingly split amongst fans. Some believe a younger coach should be appointed, with the aim of planning long-term, while others feel the club needs to bring in an experienced world-class manager, who already has a proven record of success.
Carlo Ancelotti is claimed to have moved into a London home as he seeks out his latest job, with Chelsea and Arsenal the most likely destinations.
The Italian boss has been out of work since getting sacked by Bayern Munich back in September, and has so far failed to sign with another employer.
Two of the best coaches around are free, for someone else to take ’em of course! by Konstantin
Good day, good people of the Arsenal world. The summer transfer window has already dropped two of it’s biggest transfer bombs, despite everyone pretty much knowing what was gonna happen. Carlo Ancelotti was sacked by Real Madrid, after winning them 4 trophies in their first season and none in their second.
Draw may secure 3rd but Wenger proves every day he won’t cut it by Konstantin Mitov
Hello fellow Gooners. Dreaming of a Premier League title tilt next year? Well then you’d hope a miracle happens and Arsene Wenger leaves Arsenal. We’re really ending a poor season in a poor way. We’re likely to finish third but we really blew it again.
A few wins in a row and Arsenal fans seem to forget years of hurt by KM
The AKBs are back with a bang! The mood at the Arsenal camp is swinging faster than a pendulum on a clock. Winning against the like of West Ham and QPR seems to be enough for some to forget the pain we suffered thanks to our manager in the past 10 years.
AN ARSENAL TEAM TO BE PROUD OF by Uche15
THere is a great deal of confusion surrounding the Arsenal transfer rumours about a January swoop for the Real Madrid and Germany international star Sami Khedira. And his current club manager Carlo Ancelotti seems to be just as in the dark as anyone, if not more.
The Arsenal transfer target and Real Madrid and Germany international midfielder Sami Khedira will be one of the happiest players in the world about the current international break, because it means that at lest the 27-year old is likely to get to play some football.