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Brendan Rodgers get him

I hope the board can convince him to ditch Leicester for us it will be the best move for the club both ways.

Firstly, it will derail a rival for top four while boosting our chances.

Secondly, Brendan will bring back sexy football although he lacks plan B he will bring joy to fans and players.

Allegri, Ancelotti, Nuno Esperito Santo and even Arteta are risk and bad choices and Arteta is untested at this level with pressure of big club. I hope the board goes all out for Rodgers who today was not denying and ambiguous when asked if he can be tempted to manage Arsenal.

Arsenal must do everything to get Rodgers before United or Chelsea takes him in summer with his departure clause from Leicester of £12m being speculated.

posted 1 week, 4 days ago

PKH

Yes every club has their boo boys. But in all the other clubs, the boo boys only give it when and where it is warranted. They're not balling for the manager to be sacked every time there is a draw or loss and they damned sure aren't sat on sites like these posting a constant stream of drivel about how they're going to lose before the game is even played. Also the only time they're not full on cheering for their team during a game is when they've reached near all out fan protest. They AIN'T sitting at home games all season letting away fans be heard in their stadium just because they're not 2 goals clear.

We ALL KNOW there is a particular problem at AFC with some of it's fans. Way too many clowns like that AFTV wannabe gangsta fool. Nothing more than “The Wenger Generation.” Raised on the Invincibles and sexy football. These idiots have been outraged at any game that wasn't an Arsenal win for about 8-10 years now. Their constant griping and toxic brand of so called support has done nothing but make the club become gradually more unpleasant to be a fan of.

They've put unwarranted and unnecessary extra pressure on playes and manager (likely making results worse at times). No doubt caused players whom may have stayed somewhere for loyal fans, to leave. And their crowning glories...Hounding out the man who redefined the club bringing it's greatest times and players. Also pressuring to get the club LUMBERED with a 350k a week deadweight of a player who couldn't give a sh!t. Way to feckin go. That's great “support” there isn't it.

posted 1 week, 4 days ago

comment by Ace of space (U21751)
posted 3 hours ago
Btw Ace you still drying those dripping kebabs<laug>
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Oh shut up and go to a game you glory hunting mug.

posted 1 week, 3 days ago

Rumours coming out Mark Hughes is in advanced talks

posted 1 week, 3 days ago

First of all Rodgers has said he's not interested, he's happy at Leicester and in his words he's only at the beginning of an "exciting project". He's got a great relationship with the owners, players and fans and doesn't see the point in going to another club. He says if you're happy somewhere and enjoying your work then that's more important than managing a club with a bigger name. He even says Arsenal are a massive club but the club name isn't what he's interested in. Therefore any claim that he would come running is pure delusion.
You need to accept the fact that he's not interested.

Equally he was first choice for Spurs but it soon became apparent that neither the club or Rodgers would entertain the idea. Again Spurs were a club some thought he'd jump at the chance of managing but he didn't.

As for selling Maguire to fund our signings that's just nonsense. We'd already made all of our signings before we sold Maguire and I don't think the club truly believed that United would be stupid enough to spend £85m on him, I know I certainly didn't. We haven't spent any of the money from his sale and haven't needed to, though we will be able to further strengthen our squad with that money so thanks United for making us even stronger.

Leicester aren't historically a big club but we are a club who are aiming to be competing in the top four and winning trophies and that's exactly where we are right now. A win tomorrow and we're 12 points above 5th with Everton to face again in the quarter final of the League Cup so we still stand a reasonable chance of winning a cup at this stage. Next season we'll be in the Champions League again, while two of Arsenal, Spurs and Chelsea will be in the Europa League. We've got a young team full of quality who will continue to improve and will continue to be strengthened and of course the higher up the league we are and competing in the CL will make it easier for us to not only convince players to join us but also be able to afford to spend more and keep the players we have.

There's also the new £100m training ground on its way which will be the best in Europe and once the legalities are sorted out with the building on the land behind the East Stand, development to the stadium will commence. It's not a case of if, it's a case of when.

Our recruitment team are also excellent, every manager receives financial backing and we will continue to keep producing top class players.

Nobody will deny that Arsenal are massive club, they are the third biggest in the country but club name and history isn't everything and it's about time fans from bigger clubs started to realise that. Times change, Leeds, Sheffield Wednesday, Villa and Everton used to be the big clubs hovering around the top four now they're nowhere near and Man City and Chelsea were both in the second tier not all that long ago but are now two of the biggest clubs in the league. Burnley, Blackpool and Preston used to be big clubs too and look at them now. Just because we haven't always been a big club doesn't mean we won't ever be.

posted 1 week, 3 days ago

comment by ArroinLestah (U22188)
posted 1 hour, 37 minutes ago
First of all Rodgers has said he's not interested, he's happy at Leicester and in his words he's only at the beginning of an "exciting project". He's got a great relationship with the owners, players and fans and doesn't see the point in going to another club. He says if you're happy somewhere and enjoying your work then that's more important than managing a club with a bigger name. He even says Arsenal are a massive club but the club name isn't what he's interested in. Therefore any claim that he would come running is pure delusion.
You need to accept the fact that he's not interested.

Equally he was first choice for Spurs but it soon became apparent that neither the club or Rodgers would entertain the idea. Again Spurs were a club some thought he'd jump at the chance of managing but he didn't.

As for selling Maguire to fund our signings that's just nonsense. We'd already made all of our signings before we sold Maguire and I don't think the club truly believed that United would be stupid enough to spend £85m on him, I know I certainly didn't. We haven't spent any of the money from his sale and haven't needed to, though we will be able to further strengthen our squad with that money so thanks United for making us even stronger.

Leicester aren't historically a big club but we are a club who are aiming to be competing in the top four and winning trophies and that's exactly where we are right now. A win tomorrow and we're 12 points above 5th with Everton to face again in the quarter final of the League Cup so we still stand a reasonable chance of winning a cup at this stage. Next season we'll be in the Champions League again, while two of Arsenal, Spurs and Chelsea will be in the Europa League. We've got a young team full of quality who will continue to improve and will continue to be strengthened and of course the higher up the league we are and competing in the CL will make it easier for us to not only convince players to join us but also be able to afford to spend more and keep the players we have.

There's also the new £100m training ground on its way which will be the best in Europe and once the legalities are sorted out with the building on the land behind the East Stand, development to the stadium will commence. It's not a case of if, it's a case of when.

Our recruitment team are also excellent, every manager receives financial backing and we will continue to keep producing top class players.

Nobody will deny that Arsenal are massive club, they are the third biggest in the country but club name and history isn't everything and it's about time fans from bigger clubs started to realise that. Times change, Leeds, Sheffield Wednesday, Villa and Everton used to be the big clubs hovering around the top four now they're nowhere near and Man City and Chelsea were both in the second tier not all that long ago but are now two of the biggest clubs in the league. Burnley, Blackpool and Preston used to be big clubs too and look at them now. Just because we haven't always been a big club doesn't mean we won't ever be.
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And pigs can fly

posted 1 week, 3 days ago

comment by Raptor✡ (U1071)
posted 4 hours, 14 minutes ago
comment by Ace of space (U21751)
posted 3 hours ago
Btw Ace you still drying those dripping kebabs<laug>
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Oh shut up and go to a game you glory hunting mug.
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Supporting Toronto Raptors is just like glory hunting

posted 1 week, 3 days ago

comment by Ace of space (U21751)
posted 46 minutes ago
comment by ArroinLestah (U22188)
posted 1 hour, 37 minutes ago
First of all Rodgers has said he's not interested, he's happy at Leicester and in his words he's only at the beginning of an "exciting project". He's got a great relationship with the owners, players and fans and doesn't see the point in going to another club. He says if you're happy somewhere and enjoying your work then that's more important than managing a club with a bigger name. He even says Arsenal are a massive club but the club name isn't what he's interested in. Therefore any claim that he would come running is pure delusion.
You need to accept the fact that he's not interested.

Equally he was first choice for Spurs but it soon became apparent that neither the club or Rodgers would entertain the idea. Again Spurs were a club some thought he'd jump at the chance of managing but he didn't.

As for selling Maguire to fund our signings that's just nonsense. We'd already made all of our signings before we sold Maguire and I don't think the club truly believed that United would be stupid enough to spend £85m on him, I know I certainly didn't. We haven't spent any of the money from his sale and haven't needed to, though we will be able to further strengthen our squad with that money so thanks United for making us even stronger.

Leicester aren't historically a big club but we are a club who are aiming to be competing in the top four and winning trophies and that's exactly where we are right now. A win tomorrow and we're 12 points above 5th with Everton to face again in the quarter final of the League Cup so we still stand a reasonable chance of winning a cup at this stage. Next season we'll be in the Champions League again, while two of Arsenal, Spurs and Chelsea will be in the Europa League. We've got a young team full of quality who will continue to improve and will continue to be strengthened and of course the higher up the league we are and competing in the CL will make it easier for us to not only convince players to join us but also be able to afford to spend more and keep the players we have.

There's also the new £100m training ground on its way which will be the best in Europe and once the legalities are sorted out with the building on the land behind the East Stand, development to the stadium will commence. It's not a case of if, it's a case of when.

Our recruitment team are also excellent, every manager receives financial backing and we will continue to keep producing top class players.

Nobody will deny that Arsenal are massive club, they are the third biggest in the country but club name and history isn't everything and it's about time fans from bigger clubs started to realise that. Times change, Leeds, Sheffield Wednesday, Villa and Everton used to be the big clubs hovering around the top four now they're nowhere near and Man City and Chelsea were both in the second tier not all that long ago but are now two of the biggest clubs in the league. Burnley, Blackpool and Preston used to be big clubs too and look at them now. Just because we haven't always been a big club doesn't mean we won't ever be.
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And pigs can fly
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The last three seasons we've beaten you 3-1, 3-0 and 2-0 because you're such a quality side. Being a big club doesn't mean you're a good team, you're garbage.

posted 1 week, 3 days ago

comment by Ace (U18814)
posted 17 hours, 8 minutes ago
comment by Castor Troy (U8700)
posted 49 seconds ago
comment by The Mighty Tottenham Hotspur. (U7858)
posted 1 hour, 7 minutes ago
Why on earth would Roders leave Leicester for you lot (or us after Poch ffs)????

He's doing a wonderful job with them on limited resource and flying high in the Prem.
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Hate when fans come up with this.

Arsenal are still one of the biggest clubs in the world and alongside united and pool as the biggest clubs in the prem.

London based, 60k stadium, global fan base. Salary increase for the manager, bigger budget and spending power
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T0ssers club mate with a sheite board and sheite fans and everyone knows it including Rodgers.
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Fack off vermin...you got rid of a manager that took you to the highest point in Europe that your club ever achieved. You have waaank board, mug fans and now a convicted tax fraud as a manager.

posted 1 week, 3 days ago

comment by Kingdom of Davids (U21957)
posted 1 hour, 21 minutes ago
comment by Ace (U18814)
posted 17 hours, 8 minutes ago
comment by Castor Troy (U8700)
posted 49 seconds ago
comment by The Mighty Tottenham Hotspur. (U7858)
posted 1 hour, 7 minutes ago
Why on earth would Roders leave Leicester for you lot (or us after Poch ffs)????

He's doing a wonderful job with them on limited resource and flying high in the Prem.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Hate when fans come up with this.

Arsenal are still one of the biggest clubs in the world and alongside united and pool as the biggest clubs in the prem.

London based, 60k stadium, global fan base. Salary increase for the manager, bigger budget and spending power
----------------------------------------------------------------------
T0ssers club mate with a sheite board and sheite fans and everyone knows it including Rodgers.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Fack off vermin...you got rid of a manager that took you to the highest point in Europe that your club ever achieved. You have waaank board, mug fans and now a convicted tax fraud as a manager.
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Ignore ace. He spends most of his time slagging off Arsenal fans yet he's one of the most fickle numpties on here:

"comment by Ace (U18814)

posted 21 minutes ago

I’m done. Switching off. Facking had it with this club, 30 years of misery and disappointment. Can’t be arrsed, fack off Spurs.

"
https://www.ja606.co.uk/comments/viewAllComments/151112/5996


posted 1 week, 3 days ago

comment by Dubbed the new Freddie (U21076)
posted 2 hours, 15 minutes ago
comment by Kingdom of Davids (U21957)
posted 1 hour, 21 minutes ago
comment by Ace (U18814)
posted 17 hours, 8 minutes ago
comment by Castor Troy (U8700)
posted 49 seconds ago
comment by The Mighty Tottenham Hotspur. (U7858)
posted 1 hour, 7 minutes ago
Why on earth would Roders leave Leicester for you lot (or us after Poch ffs)????

He's doing a wonderful job with them on limited resource and flying high in the Prem.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Hate when fans come up with this.

Arsenal are still one of the biggest clubs in the world and alongside united and pool as the biggest clubs in the prem.

London based, 60k stadium, global fan base. Salary increase for the manager, bigger budget and spending power
----------------------------------------------------------------------
T0ssers club mate with a sheite board and sheite fans and everyone knows it including Rodgers.
----------------------------------------------------------------------
Fack off vermin...you got rid of a manager that took you to the highest point in Europe that your club ever achieved. You have waaank board, mug fans and now a convicted tax fraud as a manager.
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Ignore ace. He spends most of his time slagging off Arsenal fans yet he's one of the most fickle numpties on here:

"comment by&nbsp;Ace (U18814)

posted 21 minutes ago

I’m done. Switching off. Facking had it with this club, 30 years of misery and disappointment. Can’t be arrsed, fack off Spurs.

"
https://www.ja606.co.uk/comments/viewAllComments/151112/5996



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