Arsenal must show some patience with the next manager if they want to succeed in the long run.
Arsenal has had two managers since Arsene Wenger was forced to resign in 2018. They just fired Unai Emery after 18 months in charge and Freddie Ljungberg is already under pressure after just three games.
These events show that the same Arsenal fans who kept faith with Wenger for over 20 years want success fast now.
However, success never happens overnight and if Arsenal is serious about becoming a powerhouse in English football again, they have to be more patient with their next manager.
Liverpool endured years of mediocrity, but when they hired Jurgen Klopp, they afforded the German time and today the Reds are arguably the best team in the world. It took Klopp four years to win his first trophy at Liverpool.
One of the reasons why a new manager deserves time is because this Arsenal team is lacking in both quality and confidence.
A new manager will need time to build the confidence of the players who still have something worthwhile to offer the club, while also getting rid of the others and bringing through players that can help him achieve his vision.
These things can’t happen instantly. Arsenal has to accept the fact that their current team is not up to the level of competing with the top sides and a major rebuilding job has to be done.
As long as the new manager shows some progress then he must be afforded the time to implement his strategy or we risk ending up like Man Utd. A high turnover of managers with very little progress.