Tuesday, 15 May 2018

Spaniard Emerges Favourite for Arsenal Coaching Job

Ex Arsenal and Everton midfielder Mikel Arteta now tops the list of possible Arsene Wenger replacements after the latter bid farewell to the club on Sunday.

A lot of deliberations on who is fit to fill in the void left by the Frenchman has been ongoing and according to many of the fans, a highly experienced coach is what the club needs to return to the good old days.

However, a recent revelation has it that the club's chief executive has given some qualities needed in the new Arsenal manager. From his list, it looks likely that Arteta who a section of the fans have tagged as inexperienced will be at the helm of team managerial affairs by the time the new season begins.

Ivan Gazidis according to Matt Law needs someone who will keep playing progressive football, reflect the values of the club and take massive interest in the development of youngsters. Arteta, Pep Guardiola's current assistant at Manchester City possesses all these characteristics.

The club hopes to announce the appointment of a new manager before the commencement of the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

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