13 responses

  1. Ben
    29/11/2019

    Emery is gone.

  2. Jason
    29/11/2019

    Good riddance.

  3. Andrew Crawshaw
    29/11/2019

    Thank heavens the Board habe finally acted. Let’s hope this managerial change is one of the 20% that results in an improvement!

  4. Mikey
    29/11/2019

    So that’s another manager forced out. Let’s see what the so-called fans and the idiots in the media start complaining about next. I’ll give it three months before they want the next manager out because they all know better how to run a football club.

  5. Ben
    29/11/2019

    Interim manager is Freddie.

  6. Rudolf
    29/11/2019

    Hardly forced out The man was not up to the job and never was . Corbyn will be looking for a new job shortly

    • Tony Attwood
      29/11/2019

      Hardly seems relevant. the key issue is that 80% of new managers in the Premier League fail to win trophies or satisfy fans.

  7. Masterstroke
    29/11/2019

    Freddy’s coaching badges only allow him to be in charge for three months (and he will have to use the coaches already at the club instead of importing his own team), so unless he upgrades between now & the end of February we’ll definitely have to have someone else in place by then.
    Too bad about Emery, he seemed a decent bloke but clueless as to how to operate in the Premier League. His own fault completely and he’ll get a full pay off and a chance for a long holiday before starting again.
    Best of luck Uni.

  8. Steve Vallins
    29/11/2019

    @ Mikey
    I don’t think the fans hounded UE out it was he’s inability to improve Arsenal , you seem disappointed and by your post you wanted him to carry on , open your eyes we’ve been atrocious for months

  9. Menace
    29/11/2019

    Unai was the coach and there’s a temporary coach apponted. Raul the Snail is the manager and he’s the one responsible. Could have moved the people around rather than react to the public.

    Sad day for a club 100 years at the top.

  10. Stevo
    29/11/2019

    Off topic I know, but is it expected for the Arsenal club to receive a sum of money from UEFA as compensation for the enforced empty seats in the away fans enclosure and also many others in the stadium as a result of red ticket fans staying away due to earlier threats of trouble form the Frankfurt fans.

    • Tony Attwood
      29/11/2019

      Stevo, I really don’t know. I’m not sure where the order for this event came from, and quite who caused it to be such a disaster. God knows how much damage it has done to our Red Members.

  11. Pat
    29/11/2019

    Astonishing! Who knows whether the shortage of Arsenal fans and their replacement with Frankfurt fans did not affect the players’ performance as well?

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