When might Arsenal pull the plug on Unai Emery?

November Gooner Podcast now online

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Emery: Now a matter of when rather than if he gets his P45

The Gooner Podcast number 177 is now online

Recorded: Tuesday 12th November 2019

Topics Include -
When might Arsenal pull the plug on Unai Emery?
How much is Emery’s payoff a factor in the decision not to issue him a P45?
Do managers need charisma to be successful?
The understanding of Emery’s press conferences.
What’s the thought on Mikel Arteta now?
The contrast between Klopp’s style and Unai Emery.
Would Jose Mourinho be accepted if he replaced Emery?
Will Mesut Ozil now remain in the first team?
Will Granit Xhaka play again for Arsenal?
Is Calum Chambers worth a run in midfield?
The influence of social media on football supporters.

Panel:
Mark Leech – Twitter@Len_Scap
Simon Rose – Twitter@ThatSimonRose
Steve Ashford – Not featuring on social media!
Host: Kevin Whitcher – Twitter@KevinWhitcher01

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We’ll be back with another podcast in December.

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  1. John F

    Nov 16, 2019, 13:09 #115494

    I agree with most of the opinion expressed on the podcast regarding Emery. The reason why I now think Emery is not being sacked is purely financial. The board will think the top four would not be guaranteed under a new manager but a saving of millions would be by waiting until the end of the season to sack him and his teams.Wiggy jnr may not even be bothered by reported unrest amongst the players this season as he will think of the money they could make on sales to offset the loss of CL money. The problem is with this flawed strategy is the risk of putting the club in such a downward spiral with unrest and fans apathy that it just may not recover.