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Ole or Emre













posted on 21/4/19

Ole hasn't signed anyone yet. This is still Jose's team.

Emre hasnt had long yet either but he did sign 4/5 players last year and did get a pre season.

Too soon to judge.

posted on 22/4/19

This knee-jerk reaction from certain pundits/fans is just pathetic.

Take Jenas for example. If you thought Ole was a bad appointment then say so at the time, don't wait for Barcelona to knock them out of the CL to release your negative statements because you're too afraid to speak your mind without a tiny bit of evidence to back it up.

You got knocked out of the CL by Barcelona - so what? There's no shame in that. The only reason for concern is that it highlighted something most fans with a brain already knew - there's a big gap between the two teams in terms of output on the pitch. Personally I think Man Utd are not far away in terms of players (quality-wise) I mean, you've spent enough money for Pete's sake. Whilst you do need to address some weaker areas in your squad/1st XI so do pretty much all teams. The main gap between you and Barcelona in those matches were team chemistry, understanding, tactical discipline and belief. The fact that you had to go to the Nou Camp with a deficit and chasing goals didn't help either, played right into their hands of course.

Ole deserves a chance to stamp his mark on the team this Summer and well into next season, only then will you know whether he was the right appointment.

Emery's done a great job with the resources he has and he won't get anywhere near the budget Ole will this Summer but after replacing a manager who had been there for 20 odd years he too deserves more time and credit for the improvements he has made to Arsenal this season with a very limited squad quality wise.

posted on 22/4/19

comment by You Can't Buy Class (U12019)
posted 38 seconds ago
This knee-jerk reaction from certain pundits/fans is just pathetic.

Take Jenas for example. If you thought Ole was a bad appointment then say so at the time, don't wait for Barcelona to knock them out of the CL to release your negative statements because you're too afraid to speak your mind without a tiny bit of evidence to back it up.

You got knocked out of the CL by Barcelona - so what? There's no shame in that. The only reason for concern is that it highlighted something most fans with a brain already knew - there's a big gap between the two teams in terms of output on the pitch. Personally I think Man Utd are not far away in terms of players (quality-wise) I mean, you've spent enough money for Pete's sake. Whilst you do need to address some weaker areas in your squad/1st XI so do pretty much all teams. The main gap between you and Barcelona in those matches were team chemistry, understanding, tactical discipline and belief. The fact that you had to go to the Nou Camp with a deficit and chasing goals didn't help either, played right into their hands of course.

Ole deserves a chance to stamp his mark on the team this Summer and well into next season, only then will you know whether he was the right appointment.

Emery's done a great job with the resources he has and he won't get anywhere near the budget Ole will this Summer but after replacing a manager who had been there for 20 odd years he too deserves more time and credit for the improvements he has made to Arsenal this season with a very limited squad quality wise.
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Ince did and everyone called him bitter

posted on 22/4/19

Ince is a blithering idiot though, I find him as irritating to try and listen to on TV as Carragher.

posted on 22/4/19

comment by You Can't Buy Class (U12019)
posted 2 minutes ago
Ince is a blithering idiot though, I find him as irritating to try and listen to on TV as Carragher.
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That's besides the point, he did speak up though

posted on 22/4/19

Sure he did but maybe people called him bitter because he's an ex Man Utd player and actually a football manager (or was at Blackpool not too long ago) unlike Jenas who's just a pundit so it's easy to say he's just jealous and would have liked the job himself - who knows, maybe he even applied.

posted on 22/4/19

comment by scholayScholes (U13961)
posted 7 hours, 3 minutes ago
comment by You Can't Buy Class (U12019)
posted 2 minutes ago
Ince is a blithering idiot though, I find him as irritating to try and listen to on TV as Carragher.
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That's besides the point, he did speak up though
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And was right

posted on 22/4/19

comment by Hulk's little brother Yoda (U1250)
posted 11 minutes ago
comment by scholayScholes (U13961)
posted 7 hours, 3 minutes ago
comment by You Can't Buy Class (U12019)
posted 2 minutes ago
Ince is a blithering idiot though, I find him as irritating to try and listen to on TV as Carragher.
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That's besides the point, he did speak up though
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And was right
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That he could have gone on a similar run?

Nonsense

comment by L40TL (U20035)

posted on 22/4/19

comment by You Can't Buy Class (U12019)
posted 7 hours, 22 minutes ago
This knee-jerk reaction from certain pundits/fans is just pathetic.

Take Jenas for example. If you thought Ole was a bad appointment then say so at the time, don't wait for Barcelona to knock them out of the CL to release your negative statements because you're too afraid to speak your mind without a tiny bit of evidence to back it up.

You got knocked out of the CL by Barcelona - so what? There's no shame in that. The only reason for concern is that it highlighted something most fans with a brain already knew - there's a big gap between the two teams in terms of output on the pitch. Personally I think Man Utd are not far away in terms of players (quality-wise) I mean, you've spent enough money for Pete's sake. Whilst you do need to address some weaker areas in your squad/1st XI so do pretty much all teams. The main gap between you and Barcelona in those matches were team chemistry, understanding, tactical discipline and belief. The fact that you had to go to the Nou Camp with a deficit and chasing goals didn't help either, played right into their hands of course.

Ole deserves a chance to stamp his mark on the team this Summer and well into next season, only then will you know whether he was the right appointment.

Emery's done a great job with the resources he has and he won't get anywhere near the budget Ole will this Summer but after replacing a manager who had been there for 20 odd years he too deserves more time and credit for the improvements he has made to Arsenal this season with a very limited squad quality wise.
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Big assumption Ole is getting a significant budget this summer. Big money already spent (wasted) and the share-owners and Directors will want to see evidence of a return before handing out much more.

Next season’s lack of CL will be a triple impact, loss of CL-funded revenue, more difficult to attract top talent and team sponsor’s tiered contracts kicking in.

posted on 22/4/19

comment by You Can't Buy Class (U12019)
posted 8 hours, 32 minutes ago
This knee-jerk reaction from certain pundits/fans is just pathetic.

Take Jenas for example. If you thought Ole was a bad appointment then say so at the time, don't wait for Barcelona to knock them out of the CL to release your negative statements because you're too afraid to speak your mind without a tiny bit of evidence to back it up.

You got knocked out of the CL by Barcelona - so what? There's no shame in that. The only reason for concern is that it highlighted something most fans with a brain already knew - there's a big gap between the two teams in terms of output on the pitch. Personally I think Man Utd are not far away in terms of players (quality-wise) I mean, you've spent enough money for Pete's sake. Whilst you do need to address some weaker areas in your squad/1st XI so do pretty much all teams. The main gap between you and Barcelona in those matches were team chemistry, understanding, tactical discipline and belief. The fact that you had to go to the Nou Camp with a deficit and chasing goals didn't help either, played right into their hands of course.

Ole deserves a chance to stamp his mark on the team this Summer and well into next season, only then will you know whether he was the right appointment.

Emery's done a great job with the resources he has and he won't get anywhere near the budget Ole will this Summer but after replacing a manager who had been there for 20 odd years he too deserves more time and credit for the improvements he has made to Arsenal this season with a very limited squad quality wise.
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United are way off. They need a massive rebuild - RB, CB, CB, DM, CM, AM, FWD. And if you are trying to compete at the very top then the in coming players need to be quality and will therefore be expensive. Even youthful potential like AWB from Palace will cost £40-50m.

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