Gunner Rob wrote: ↑
Mon Nov 11, 2019 4:08 pm
I'm in agreement with the club for now.
yes Emery should probably go but i think he deserves to be given these next 4 "easy" league games to see if he can improve things.
at the end of the day he has had a bad month, it happens. his winning percentage at Arsenal is still pretty high.
hopefully now that the players have returned from injury, he will able to get some wins and then take that momentum into the Christmas fixtures.
Last week I asked Herd to bike me over some of the gear that was keeping him smiling. I've changed my mind, I want some of yours.....it's clearly as good as it gets !!
Seriously Rob, I don't want to knock your optimism, but I just can't see the foundation for it. It's the sort of stuff that the akb used to come out with. Along with SteveO, you're searching for stats and relying on "whataboutery"....certainly in SteveO's case, throwing in red herrings about the failures of other managers, especially so-called emerging management stars from Europe and detailing how other sides might have had duff results against teams we've struggled against....but no mention of the times those teams have been well beaten.
It's all akb style smokescreening. I don't give a damn about what manager has failed at whatever club....comparing the relative levels of failure doesn't really light my fire and nor do I care about the results of other teams, especially selective results, against sides we've played. I care about how the Arsenal are performing and I can make that judgement by watching what's happening on the pitch. At the moment, we're clueless, with no pattern, no structure, no coherent or consistent system, a total lack of leadership and inspiration and a manger that is floundering way out of his depth and becoming more desperately confused with each passing game, as well as very possibly having lost the dressing room.
This is totally unlike the Wenger situation. No one is enjoying seeing the poor sod struggle like this and in the main, there's no real animus towards the guy. The Club is a mess from the top down and that's the real issue, but that doesn't mean we shouldn't be recognising that the manager is completely lost and unlikely to find his way back.