Monday, 7 April 2014

The defeat to Everton yesterday was hard to swallow as they are our
direct contender for the fourth champions league spot. It was a match
which we put up no fight at all and the team should be ashamed of
themselves that they played like that. Now there is a real chance that
Wenger, the man who has
transformed Arsenal since he came to the club
may not renew his
contract at the end of the season when his
contract expires.
There is a contingency plan put in place
to fall back on if
Arsene Wenger refuses to put pen to paper at
the end of the season.
Managers who have made name for themselves
in club football are been
monitored to replace Arsene Wenger. Jurgen
Klopp of Borussia Dortmund,
Roberto Martinez of Everton and also Diego
Simeone of Athletico
Madrid. These three managers mentioned are
undoubtedly good managers.
They have all been successful in their clubs and
people expect them to
do well if they move to a new club. These
managers may come to Arsenal
and start to win trophies but there is also a
real chance that they
may become a total flop at Arsenal. Let's take
a look at Bayern
Munich. Josep Guardiola took charge of
Bayern munich this season and
he has already become successful, but how
many managers can perform
like Guardiola. Bayern munich, last season won
three trophies and
conquered everything that came their way and
Guardiola has continued
to improve the team. What I like to point out
about Bayern Munich is
the fact that they already had quality and the
structure needed to win
trophies before Guardiola came. Guardiola
undoubtedly added to the
team and brought his own ideas and styles but
the majority of the
players currently in bayern Munich now were
there before he came.
Players like Arjen Robben, Frank Ribery,
Dante, Lahm, Schweinsteiger,
Kroos, Alaba, Neuer, Pizarro, Boateng and
others are instrumental to
Bayern's success this season. Can anybody
imagine what would have
happened if Guardiola did not meet these
players on ground, I can only
leave u to imagine.
Another team is Manchester United who had
David Moyes replace the
hugely successful Sir Alex Ferguson this
season. Last season was
successful at Manchester united but this
season, they find themselves
in a position they wouldn't have thought of
when Sir Asked Ferguson
was there. Many people have been pointing out
that Moyes is failing
because Ferguson left him a squad filled with
old and average players,
but what they have failed to discover is the
fact that no manager
would have replaced Sir Alex Ferguson and
would not have struggled to
deliver.Sir Alex Ferguson had control of
almost every aspect of the
club and when David moyes came, he had to
take responsibility and
change alot of things including training
methods and the backroom
staff. This has caused David Moyes' reign to
slowly pick up. Arsene
Wenger is in the same kind of position as Sir
Alex Ferguson was when
he was in Manchester united. He controls
almost all aspects of the
club. From training to signing players and
other sort of things, he
has a say. Again, some backroom staff are only
there because Wenger is
still in charge. If another manager comes in
today, a lot of things
will change at the club. This will only delay our
journey to premier
league and Champions league glory even
though we are far from it at
the moment. This is not to say that a new
manager will not do well at
the club just like I believe David Moyes can
deliver at Manchester
United, but it will take time, unless Arsenal is
willing to spend as
much as the likes of Manchester City, Monaco
or PSG and I don't see
that happening.
Managers like Diego Simeone, Roberto
Martinez and Jurgen Klopp have
what it takes to be successful at any club and a
club like Arsenal
will only make their job easier but they are not
magicians and it will
take them time. There is the fact that non of
them have managed a top
club in England before. Managing a club like
Everton is a different
ball game from managing Arsenal and the
expectations are different
while the pressure is enormous. Martinez seems to be in the forefront
to replace wenger now and he added to his credentials by defeating
Arsenal yesterday and will also add to it if be qualifies ahead of
Arsenal for the champions league but can he manage a club of Arsenal's
stature? There is also
the fact that Arsene
Wenger has been working non-stop to build a
competitive team and I
believe he has almost gotten there despite the
mauling received from
top clubs this season. Arsenal have a realistic
chance of winning the
FA cup this season and it will serve as
platform to win subsequent
trophies. What Wenger needs now is to loosen
the strings on the purse
and strengthen the positions most important.
At least four quality
players are needed in the team now and i believe
things can change from
This is my view and it may be different from
other people's views.
What do you think? Your opinions are

This post appeared first on 30/3/2014 as :Replace Wenger or Strengthen the team.
Obviously one is better.


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