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RedCafe.net - Mon May 21 8:36 PM
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RedCafe.net - Mon May 21 8:18 PM
Being reported on the BBC now. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/44203679 Arsenal are set to appoint Unai Emery as their new manager. Manchester City assistant Mikel Arteta was strong favourite to succeed the outgoing Arsene Wenger. But following a thorough recruitment process that involved al...
RedCafe.net - Wed May 16 8:28 PM
My choice would be the final 1979 against Arsenal. Liam Brady was having one of his days and they tore us apart in the first half and at half time we were already 2-0 down. 2nd half Gordon McQueen pulls one back in the 86th minute. Then in the 88th minute McIlroy gets on the end of a pass from...
RedCafe.net - Wed May 16 12:11 PM
Not sure if it's been asked but in memory of the man, as opposition's fans what has been your favourite moment? I'll start: Or
RedCafe.net - Sun May 13 7:32 PM
A lot of sides changing managers in the summer Man City - Pep Man Utd - Jose Tottenham - Poch Liverpool - Klopp Chelsea - ? Arsenal - ? Burnley - Dyche Everton - Big Sam/? Leicester - Puel/? Newcastle - Rafa/? Palace - Hodgson/? Bournemouth- Howe West Ham - ? Watford - Gracia/? Brighton - Houghto...
RedCafe.net - Fri May 11 6:52 AM
" Arsene Wenger believes that the Premier League will soon lose its supremacy to a European super league. Looking back at his 22-year reign as Arsenal manager, Wenger predicted the imminent rise of a new European league, saying “it will happen and Wenger: European super league inevitable, domesti...
RedCafe.net - Sun May 6 2:48 PM
I've realized I've become tunnel visioned with football and focusing almost exclusively on Arsenal. Outside of Arsenal the only football I've seen this season have been a few Champions League matches, the odd Top 4 clash I could stomach and the first El Clasico. I didn't even realize Paul Lambert...
RedCafe.net - Sat May 5 2:29 PM
What do we think? Will he continue being a manager? Surely a national team job is perfect for him, but apparently he likes the day-to-day aspect of football management. What’s next for him?
RedCafe.net - Fri May 4 12:39 AM
Manchester United assistant Rui Faria 'good fit' for Arsenal job - Jose Mourinho http://www.espn.com/soccer/manchest -faria-good-fit-for-arsenal-job-jose-mourinho
RedCafe.net - Mon Apr 30 12:38 PM
There have been a few tremendous achievements in football over the years. The treble winning United, invincible Arsenal, current prem points record Chelsea, and City looking set to beat them. There are arguments in favour of all, United had the most games to win a treble, Arsenal unbeaten, Chelse...
RedCafe.net - Sun Apr 29 6:54 PM
That's why I love the club. So classy. Wenger treated better at Old Trafford than by his own fans.
RedCafe.net - Sun Apr 29 6:40 PM
Go
RedCafe.net - Fri Apr 27 5:48 PM
Chelsea v Arsenal. First leg is tonight at 19:45. 2nd leg is on Monday 30/4 also at 19:45. Both games live on ITV4. If Chelsea win it will be our 167th in a row. I know a few of you like to see the youth cup finals and also remind me that none of them will ever play for Chelsea.
RedCafe.net - Fri Apr 27 10:37 AM
Hopefully this won't just be about Wenger.
RedCafe.net - Mon Apr 23 10:24 PM
65min programme on Channel 5 about the rivalry between Fergie and Wenger. Good programme with some very good insight from big names in football. It has actually given me a new found respect for Wenger and the changes he brought to English football. I had no idea he managed in Japan before taking...
RedCafe.net - Mon Apr 23 8:58 PM
Knows the English game inside and out, knows the England players very well, develops players really well technically, plays good football, has won trophies. I really think he'd be a quality International manager at this point of his career, and would be the perfect fit for the England manager rol...
RedCafe.net - Sun Apr 22 1:11 AM
Who would be in yours? Stole this idea from the Totally Football Show Podcast. I'll do mine later once I have some inspiration.
RedCafe.net - Sat Apr 21 7:39 PM
Let the discussion begin
RedCafe.net - Sat Apr 21 1:59 PM
I always wondered this. Part of the decline at Arsenal was down to the new stadium and the arrival of Chel$ea and Man $ity and being unable to compete. Could Wenger have been a success for us? After all he could not have been any worse than Moyes or LVG.
RedCafe.net - Fri Apr 20 3:34 PM
Discuss new manager possibilities here. T’other thread can be used to discuss uncle Arsene. Brendan Rodgers? Patrick Vieira? Any other names in the hat?
RedCafe.net - Fri Apr 20 10:48 AM
Imagine having to go to your title rivals and win during a run-in. If there's one 'good' team who you'd expect to cock it up spectacularly, it's Wenger's Arsenal post-2008. But Wenger's Arsenal in the late 90s were an entirely different beast.
RedCafe.net - Fri Apr 20 10:46 AM
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RedCafe.net - Fri Apr 13 12:44 PM
Friday from 12:00 CET. CL: Bayern München (GER) AS Roma (ITA) Real Madrid (ESP, holders) Liverpool (ENG) EL: Arsenal (ENG) Marseille (FRA) Salzburg (AUT) Atletico Madrid (ESP)
RedCafe.net - Fri Apr 13 12:22 PM
Friday from 12:00 CET. CL: Bayern München (GER) AS Roma (ITA) Real Madrid (ESP, holders) Liverpool (ENG) EL: Arsenal (ENG) Marseille (FRA) Salzburg (AUT) Atletico Madrid (ESP)
RedCafe.net - Fri Apr 13 11:45 AM
Friday from 12:00 CET. CL: Bayern München (GER) AS Roma (ITA) Real Madrid (ESP, holders) Liverpool (ENG) EL: Arsenal (ENG) Marseille (FRA) Salzburg (AUT) Atletico Madrid (ESP)
RedCafe.net - Wed Apr 11 11:16 PM
Friday from 12:00 CET. CL: Bayern München (GER) AS Roma (ITA) Real Madrid (ESP, holders) Liverpool (ENG) EL: CSKA Moskva (RUS) / Arsenal (ENG) Marseille (FRA) / RB Leipzig (GER) Salzburg (AUT) / Lazio (ITA) Sporting CP (POR) / Atletico Madrid (ESP)
RedCafe.net - Sun Apr 8 3:30 PM
This season has been a challenging one but there have been some memorable away performances. Out of yesterday's match (still buzzing), the Palace one last month and the back-to-back Watford and Arsenal games, which was the standout away performance for you?
RedCafe.net - Fri Apr 6 12:37 PM
I noticed Wenger's comments recently regarding him having to change his whole way of thinking for the Moscow tie because the previous 2 matches Arsenal played the first leg away first. Back in the day a manager's preference was always to play away first because 'you had a better idea of what you...