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Sack Race - Fri Oct 12 12:17 PM
Having openly admitted that he is enjoying his time-off since leaving Arsenal at the end of last season it looks like Arsene Wenger is prepared to wait a little longer before deciding on his future; but that hasn’t stopped speculation mounting as to his next move.
Sack Race - Tue Oct 9 1:22 PM
THERE SEEMS little doubt that it was right the move by Arsenal to bin Arsene Wenger for Unai Emery.
Sack Race - Fri Aug 24 1:36 PM
ARSENAL were one of the pioneers of the ‘honours board’ stretching around the waistband of their glossy Emirates Stadium.
Sack Race - Fri Aug 17 2:38 PM
THERE has been pushing and shoving, sniping and stamping, goals, bust-ups and outright personal abuse.
Sack Race - Tue Aug 14 11:08 AM
Unai Emery suffered a comprehensive 2-0 defeat at home to Pep Guardiola in his eagerly anticipated first Arsenal match since succeeding Arsene Wenger.
Sack Race - Mon Aug 13 12:13 PM
Bruce Rioch’s time as Arsenal boss was far from memorable as he was only in the job for a year; but does the fiery Scott deserve more credit for what he achieved during his brief spell in charge of the Gunners who would soon go on to become one of the greatest sides in the country?
Sack Race - Wed Aug 1 9:42 AM
Arsenal legend Thierry Henry has verbally agreed to become the new manager of Championship club Aston Villa, despite Steve Bruce still being in the managerial position at the moment ahead of the new season.
Sack Race - Wed Aug 1 9:42 AM
It’s all been fairly quiet on the Arsene Wenger front in recent weeks, but in an open interview with Radio radio outlet RTL the former Arsenal manager revealed his biggest mistake in management.
Sack Race - Tue Jul 24 11:46 AM
Arsenal legend Thierry Henry has verbally agreed to become the new manager of Championship club Aston Villa, despite Steve Bruce still being in the managerial position at the moment ahead of the new season.However, it's thought that new majority shareholders Nassef Sawiris and Wes Edens are not c...
Sack Race - Wed Jul 18 8:58 AM
It’s all been fairly quiet on the Arsene Wenger front in recent weeks, but in an open interview with Radio radio outlet RTL the former Arsenal manager revealed his biggest mistake in management.Wenger, who was replaced by Unai Emery in May, spent a gargantuan 22-year tenure at his beloved Arsenal...
Sack Race - Thu Jun 14 9:43 AM
New Arsenal head coach Unai Emery will lock horns with Pep Guardiola’s defending Premier League champions Man City at the Emirates in his first game in charge of the Gunners.The Spaniard, who succeeded Arsene Wenger last month, will then take his troops over to London rivals Chelsea - and whoever...
Sack Race - Thu May 31 5:18 PM
Zinedine Zidane’s decision to leave Real Madrid means that the European Champions must now open up the search for a new manager for the first time in two-and-a-half-years - an eternity for this club.In the last 15 years only Jose Mourinho (178) has overseen more Los Blancos matches than Zidane (1...
Sack Race - Thu May 31 1:07 PM
Real Madrid are on the hunt for a new manager after Zinedine Zidane left the Spanish giants after a hugely successful two-and-a-half-years at the helm.The Frenchman’s decision to exit the Bernabeu comes five days after he lifted a third consecutive Champions League trophy with Los Blancos, who ov...
Sack Race - Thu May 31 9:58 AM
There have already been a number of players linked with a summer switch to Arsenal, but new boss Unai Emery is understood to be keen for a couple of club stalwarts to commit their futures to the Gunners.The Sun reports that the Spaniard wants the midfield duo of Aaron Ramsey and Jack Wilshere to...
Sack Race - Wed May 30 4:15 PM
New Arsenal boss Unai Emery is planning on replacing the long-serving Gunners duo of Steve Bould and Boro Primorac with members of his own coaching staff, including Juan Carlos Carcedo and Pablo Villa who he worked with at PSG.The Sun reports that the Spaniard, who was named as Arsene Wenger’s su...
Sack Race - Fri May 25 2:53 PM
WE ARE TOLD that Unai Emery secured the manager’s job at Arsenal with his deep knowledge of the squad.Detailed understanding of every single player complete with precise dossiers and a carbon paper memory of recent performances won over chief executive Ivan Gazidis in a secret meeting.
Sack Race - Wed May 23 9:13 PM
It's been a busy day in the managerial arena with Unai Emery joining Arsenal, and Carlo Ancelotti replacing Maurizio Sarri at Napoli, but one man who looks to be staying put is Monaco manager Leonardo Jardim.Jardim has long been linked with a move over to the Premier League, with his name croppin...
Sack Race - Wed May 23 10:18 AM
It’s official. After a one month search Arsenal have appointed Unai Emery as Arsene Wenger’s successor at the Emirates.Emery arrives at Arsenal on the back of winning the domestic treble with PSG, a club he led to seven honours in the space of just two years.
Sack Race - Mon May 21 8:22 PM
The search is over. Arsenal are set to name Unai Emery as Arsene Wenger’s successor at the club.The Spaniard emerged as a serious challenger to Mikel Arteta earlier on Monday, and now come the evening BBC Sport reports that the former PSG boss has emerged as the "unanimous choice" for the North L...
Sack Race - Mon May 21 11:16 AM
Unai Emery has emerged as a serious contender to Mikel Arteta for the Arsenal job following reports that the former PSG boss is set for talks with the Premier League club.On Monday morning Spanish journalist Guillem Balague revealed on Twitter that Emery has travelled over to the north side of En...
Sack Race - Wed May 16 8:36 PM
Mikel Arteta is the heavy odds-on favourite to become the Next Arsenal Manager; with little experience to his name, his appointment would be met with some scepticism.We reckon though that it could be a shrewd move: here’s why.
Sack Race - Mon May 14 1:36 PM
It’s over, the reign is over.Arsene Wenger's 1235th and final Arsenal match, a 1-0 victory at Huddersfield, brought a winning end to his staggering 22-year tenure at the club.
Sack Race - Mon May 14 9:15 AM
It’s over, the reign is over.Arsene Wenger's 1235th and final Arsenal match, a 1-0 victory at Huddersfield, brought a winning end to his staggering 22-year tenure at the club.
Sack Race - Fri May 4 12:59 PM
IT’S hard to even think it but maybe Arsene Wenger wasn’t the right man for Arsenal all along.He certainly doesn’t look it now as preparations get underway for his final home game on Sunday after 22 years leading the club through thick, thin and ultimately thinner.
Sack Race - Tue May 1 12:05 PM
Liverpool assistant Zeljko Buvac has emerged as a SHOCK candidate for the Arsenal job.Say what?
Sack Race - Fri Apr 27 1:46 PM
THE NEW PREMIER LEAGUE champions are owned by Arabs. Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal by Americans.Nobody knows much at all about Joe Lewis, the owner of Tottenham, and Chelsea set the whole bandwagon of foreign ownership in motion back in 2003 with the arrival of Russian Roman Abramovich.
Sack Race - Wed Apr 25 9:09 AM
Arsenal-linked Carlo Ancelotti may be on the cusp of taking charge of the Italian national team, but a new name has replaced the former Chelsea boss in the top echelons of the next Arsenal manager market: Ralf Rangnick.If the name rings a bell, then yes, you are correct in thinking that this is t...
Sack Race - Tue Apr 24 12:37 PM
Arsenal may not be the only Premier League club looking for a new gaffer this summer.Chelsea, West Ham, Watford, and Everton may all decide to take a different managerial path come the end of the season.
Sack Race - Tue Apr 24 9:46 AM
One of the main contenders in the running to succeed Arsene Wenger at Arsenal, Carlo Ancelotti, has been offered the position as head coach of the Italian national team.The Italian was installed as one of the favourites in the next Arsenal manager market following last week’s announcement that We...
Sack Race - Mon Apr 23 2:42 PM
ARSENE WENGER’S contributions to football will be with us for years to come. Some will probably last longer than all of us.Such as the legacy of Valentine’s Day 2005 and the massacre of English football.