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Ironic, that!If Arteta was to manage Newcastle for the next two seasons and he gained successive 7th spot positions, would you then consider him?To conclude: You are all in agreement that Silva will have a more successful managerial career than Arteta
Exactly why Arteta would have also been a risk worth taking.
Your going to have a rather truncated forum if we can only comment on players, managers and coaches we've had a personal dialogue with.
Reputation they have gained through working with the best team in the league. A reputation that filters down to the press and then to the supporters.People haven't just woken up one morning and thought 'let's try and get Arteta a job'.
Well there would be a recruitment process. I'm not working in EFC HR myself, but can still feel comfortable that if we do appoint him due diligence would have been carried out.If last season proved anything it's that we have little to lose. We can fuck up and not fall much behind our par finish. We haven't budgeted for Champions League and missing out on Europa League is considered a blessing.The shortfall from finishing eighth rather than seventh is easily covered and shouldn't inhibit us from trying to steal a march on better placed clubs by taking a gamble they feel they can't afford.
Wasnít Steve McLaren Fergies number 1 at one point?
David Ornstein of the BBC has tweeted and has confirmed on Radio 5 that Unai Emery will be announced as the next Arsenal manager by the end of the week.
Interesting, is he reliable or just a hack
I think he'll be back and buzzing that it's a fresh start under a new setup, with a bit more of a swagger in his step from his exploits in Germany. Not remotely worried about losing Lookman.
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