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Thread: Nuno?

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    Nuno?

    The only thing that reassures me about this is its a Daily Mail piece. Hopefully it is just as much bull crap as the rest of their new stories.

    https://tinyurl.com/w88m772

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    Why would he want to move to Arsenal? Merson at the weekend was saying that Arsenal should go and get him. He has a project at Wolves that he wants to see through. Fosun talk about Wolves becoming the best club in Europe, and they appear to back Nuno to take us there.

    It makes me smile that people think that the top six can just click their fingers and people will move ship. The power wheel is slowly turning, and some of the so called big names need to be looking over their shoulders.

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    I think Iíd be wary of Arsenal if I was Nuno. But at the same time, itís a historic club. And managers are competitive people. I think Wolves want to be a consistent top 5 club. But it might be an easier, faster path to be a top 5 manager at Arsenal. Iím sure heís confident in his abilities.

    We wonít hang onto him forever. If he leaves, Iíll thank him and wish him luck whenever heís not facing Wolves. But I hope he stays. Would be hard to find another manager that can match his passion for the game, the club and his players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abbobrom View Post
    Why would he want to move to Arsenal? Merson at the weekend was saying that Arsenal should go and get him. He has a project at Wolves that he wants to see through. Fosun talk about Wolves becoming the best club in Europe, and they appear to back Nuno to take us there.

    It makes me smile that people think that the top six can just click their fingers and people will move ship. The power wheel is slowly turning, and some of the so called big names need to be looking over their shoulders.
    👍

    Nuno has built a team that is contending for a top six place, we are one result from qualifying for the knockout stages of a European tournament.

    He knows that Fosun are behind him.

    He has a rapport with the fans unlike anything Iíve ever known.

    Why would he move at this point? I just canít see it.

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    Abbo, you've articulated exactly what I was thinking ...

    Why would he want to move to Arsenal? Merson at the weekend was saying that Arsenal should go and get him. He has a project at Wolves that he wants to see through. Fosun talk about Wolves becoming the best club in Europe, and they appear to back Nuno to take us there.

    It makes me smile that people think that the top six can just click their fingers and people will move ship. The power wheel is slowly turning, and some of the so called big names need to be looking over their shoulders.

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    Arsenal have sacked Emery, so I guess this is when we find out if...

    1. The interest is genuine
    2. Fosun's will to keep the best manager we have had in my lifetime
    3. Nuno's attitude to the situation. I think he will feel he has unfinished business here with a squad he has built.

    Life without Nuno at the helm feels slightly apocalyptic.

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    Nuno currently 6/4 favourite to get Arsenal job. I certainly will not be having a wager.

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    They'll go for Pochettino. He is a free agent, it's one up on spurs, with a lot of their fans still not wanting him to have left. That's what I reckon anyways

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    Massimillano Allegri has emerged as a leading candidate for Arsenal after a flurry of money has moved him to 15/8 favourite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by samhubball View Post
    They'll go for Pochettino. He is a free agent, it's one up on spurs, with a lot of their fans still not wanting him to have left. That's what I reckon anyways
    Surprisingly, having had a quick look at a couple of message boards, Arsenal fans seem comfortable with that idea.

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