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Arsene Wenger as interim coach at ManU?
Merlion96 (IP Logged)
07 October, 2018 00:31
How ironic.
A Specialist in Failures replaces The Special One.


After the upheavals at Old Traffold that split the dressing rooms and a divisive club, it makes sense to appoint Arsene Wenger as the interim coach until ManU decided who will be the coach for next season.


Win-win for both party.

Arsene Wenger's obsession to win CL Cup to complete his legacy.

He had unfinished business and another last change saloon to prove he will not leave England as a failure.
He knew English Football and has the nous to get the best out of all those underperformers.
French footballers have great respect for him and he will get the best out of Pogba and Martial.
He will restore gungho football but with a difference.
He has a solid goalie in De Gea and wingbacks in Luke Shaw, Ashley Young and Valencia to protect the flanks. And better CB that those budget buys at Arsenal FC.

Alexis?
Wenger knew him and will certainly get the best out of him.

With a solid midfield in McTominay, Fellaini, Matic, Pogba and Mata, Wenger will be spoilt for choice which eh never had after the French Spine.
And this is the foundation he will recreate the french Spine with a fearsome quartet of Alexis, Rashford, Martial, Lingarde and with Lukaku in a bit-role like Giroud.

Wenger raiding Arsenal FC?
Certainly, he will raid Arsenal and get his loyalist in Ramsey and Koscielny to have one last fling to win the League and/or CL Cup.

Mourinho is certainly looking a way out and a lucrative payoff, deserting a sinking ship like a rat he is, suffering from "3rd Season"Syndrome; where he bailed out at Real Madrid, Inter Milan and lately Chelski 2nd stint.



'Love is a dream, wholly subjective. People fall in love with the most extraordinary people' Nancy Mitford.

 
Re: Arsene Wenger as interim coach at ManU?
Gooner Sod (IP Logged)
07 October, 2018 13:52
Haha not happening. But, they would become more exciting to watch under Wenger that's for sure.

 
Re: Arsene Wenger as interim coach at ManU?
SandyB (IP Logged)
07 October, 2018 17:10
The $ grabbing traitor can do anything he’s the @#$%& hypocrites. But he isn’t gonna finish in top 4. On the otherhand I’m not hoping for title but you never know!

 
Re: Arsene Wenger as interim coach at ManU?
Merlion96 (IP Logged)
07 October, 2018 21:00
Like Conte after Mourinho, I will not rule him out winning another title and/or even CL Cup with the team he inherited.

The presence of Wenger will surely move a few millions worth of merchandise; plus a few more during summer tours.

 
Re: Arsene Wenger as interim coach at ManU?
BootyDaddy (IP Logged)
08 October, 2018 11:52
He'd do alright at Utd. He's never been able to coach a defence to be fair, so it doesn't really matter that they're s.hit at the back.

He'd definitely get them attacking again though.



Albert Einstein once said: "Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results."

 
Re: Arsene Wenger as interim coach at ManU?
mapleleafgooner (IP Logged)
09 October, 2018 03:31
He has said he will not coach another team that will compete against Arsenal in the same league.

 
Re: Arsene Wenger as interim coach at ManU?
BootyDaddy (IP Logged)
09 October, 2018 07:58
He also said it was his best squad ever when we had Bendtner leading the line. Things change.



Albert Einstein once said: "Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results."

 
Re: Arsene Wenger as interim coach at ManU?
SuperRob (IP Logged)
09 October, 2018 12:22
It would be hilarious if it happened, mostly because Mourinho clearly hates Wenger and to be replaced by him would be the ultimate humiliation.

 
Re: Arsene Wenger as interim coach at ManU?
Merlion96 (IP Logged)
18 October, 2018 14:19
Arsene Wenger declared he is ready to return to management on Jan 1, 2019.

Let's hope ManU continues to struggle, slide down the table and knocked out of CL Cup group stage.


And yes, it would be most hilarious to watch the sniping and aggro from Mourinho on the side-line and Wenger's replies.


Please, please Lord, make it happen as my 2019 New Year wish!
Amen (Sm128)

And if Poncho Villa decided to join Real Madrid … and Arsene Wenger is bitter enough to crossover like George Graham … (Sm22)

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'Love is a dream, wholly subjective. People fall in love with the most extraordinary people' Nancy Mitford.

 
Re: Arsene Wenger as interim coach at ManU?
SandyB (IP Logged)
18 October, 2018 16:11
Quote:
Merlion96
Arsene Wenger declared he is ready to return to management on Jan 1, 2019.
Let's hope ManU continues to struggle, slide down the table and knocked out of CL Cup group stage.


And yes, it would be most hilarious to watch the sniping and aggro from Mourinho on the side-line and Wenger's replies.


Please, please Lord, make it happen as my 2019 New Year wish!
Amen (Sm128)

And if Poncho Villa decided to join Real Madrid … and Arsene Wenger is bitter enough to crossover like George Graham … (Sm22)

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The guy is deluded as ever n still bitter that he was chased out of the club. He's saying fans have more powers now a days n in next 5 years fans will determine the substitutes on social media. He's hinting about NT job probably Japan, by this time he already knows that he doesn't have any actual takers. He has become a 'third quotation' required for companies tender allocation. Bayern, ManU n whichever clubs need new manager keeps his resume for preliminary shortlist but never consider him seriously. (Sm6)

 
Re: Arsene Wenger as interim coach at ManU?
Merlion96 (IP Logged)
18 October, 2018 22:43
Arsene Wenger declared he is ready to return to management on Jan 1, 2019.

Let's hope ManU continues to struggle, slide down the table and knocked out of CL Cup group stage.


And yes, it would be most hilarious to watch the sniping and aggro from Mourinho on the side-line and Wenger's replies.


Please, please Lord, make it happen as my 2019 New Year wish!
Amen (Sm128)

And if Poncho Villa decided to join Real Madrid … and Arsene Wenger is bitter enough to crossover like George Graham … (Sm22)



'Love is a dream, wholly subjective. People fall in love with the most extraordinary people' Nancy Mitford.

 
Re: Arsene Wenger as interim coach at ManU?
Padre Pio (IP Logged)
19 October, 2018 07:55
He is going back to Japan, stop dreaming



- until Wenger moves on, they'll always be the also-rans in the major competitions. A club in elite purgatory. Always good enough to make it to the big race, never fast or smart enough to push over the finish line in first place. That's all about the manager. Until he changes, Arsenal fans will continue to celebrate glorious failure.

 
Re: Arsene Wenger as interim coach at ManU?
SandyB (IP Logged)
06 November, 2018 18:41
Wenger watch
The deadly duo of Arsene Wenger n Ivan Gazidis might be working together soon to make Milan great again! (Sm6)

 
Re: Arsene Wenger as interim coach at ManU?
Merlion96 (IP Logged)
08 November, 2018 14:28
But he said it is fake news like Donald Trump.
You trust Donald Trump? (Sm6)


I think most likely returning to his old haunting ground at AS Monaco to prove he was right that Henry is not ready to have a coaching role at Arsenal FC.



'Love is a dream, wholly subjective. People fall in love with the most extraordinary people' Nancy Mitford.

 
Re: Arsene Wenger as interim coach at ManU?
CazOnARola (IP Logged)
08 November, 2018 15:39
There is no way Gazidis will work with arsene

 
Re: Arsene Wenger as interim coach at ManU?
Gooner Sod (IP Logged)
08 November, 2018 20:59
I do wish him luck wherever he ends up and will watch with keen interest.

He overstayed his welcome at Arsenal but won't be surprised if he brings back the glory days elsewhere.


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