4 selections of managers suitable for joining Arteta’s chair at Arsenal

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Arsenal ‘s 2-0 defeat to Chelsea put more pressure on Mikel Arteta ‘s situation. Until being driven out by some football fans.

Arteta led the team to a poor start to the season as they lost 2-0 to Brentford and then lost to Chelsea by the same score. This made the former midfielder. Who has been accept by many legal gambling offices as one of the favorites to be fire for the first time this season to be complete. 

    In fact, Arteta has been sack since last season. After a period of time leading the team without winning 7 games in a row and losing 5 games before ending the season with a defeat to win European tickets, even the “Europa Conference League” is a work that is not like by fans. So heavy that the #ArtetaOut stream erupted again. Ultimately, if Arsenal’s situation doesn’t improve anytime soon, Arteta could be knock out before the team gets even worse. And this is the right coach to inherit the position. 

4. Christoph Galtier

Although he has only three clubs in his career as a manager, but his team’s skills are extraordinary. After being in charge of Saint-Etienne from 2009-2017, the team won the French League Cup once. 

    After that, the 54-year-old took charge of Lille and led the team to improve their performances in order to awaken many better youngsters. Until leading the team to win the French Ligue 1 season when a surprise came to pass.

    However, it may not be easy for the “big guns” to get into the team because the perfumer has just moved to Nice this season.  

3. Lucien Farf 

Swiss coach He remains unemployed since being sacked by Borussia Dortmund in 2020. And throughout his time in charge at Birfav led the Germans to a Super Cup triumph in 2019. only 

    However, although he is not the manager who led the team to success as much as other managers. But with the experience of managing a team that should be applied to Arsenal now 

    Favre is also one of the managers who are experts in shaping young players into great players, including Marc-Andre ter Stegen, Granit Xhaka and Marco Roy. s, who have all become top players. When he was still in charge of Gladbach in the Bundesliga, this suited Arsenal, a team full of new-generation players.      

2. Thierry Henry

Speaking of experience in charge of the team, Henri still has very few flying hours. He started his coaching career as a Belgian national team coach. Before rocking to get a job as a big coach for the first time with the former agency Monaco. But it did not take long to take the team to win only 4 of 20 games in the league only. Before being in the position for only 3 months until being kicked out of the position 

    After that, Henry moved to manage US Major League Soccer with Montreal Impact in 2019, leading the team to a certain extent. before deciding to resign in February and returned to help the Belgian national team As an assistant to Roberto Martinez again in Euro 2020 last summer. 

    However, even this Legend rank shooting star still had little experience. But it became one of the candidates that football fans would like to see him back as a manager for Arsenal the most. Because having the club’s DNA to the fullest should be able to rescue the crisis and restore the team’s faith.

1. Antonio Conte  

The Italian’s name has emerged as one of the top candidates. That the Gunners’ board thought of replacing Arteta after being unemployed at the Italian club. now 

    Conte has just decided to leave Inter Milan after leading the team to a successful Serie A title for the first time in 11 years due to dissatisfaction with the governing board’s monetary policy. 

    When it comes to Conte’s name, he’s been through a lot of management. Which always has a champion sticking out And most importantly, he had experience in managing a team in the Premier League with Chelsea, leading the team to win the Premier League and FA Cup one time each before being sacked from the position. So now there is no one more suitable than to bring Conte to recover the crisis at Arsenal again.