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Following the dismissal of Carlo Ancelotti by German giants Bayern Munich in last week, Gooners have called for the Italian tactician to be given the managerial job at the Emirates.
A section of the Gooners faithful believe current gaffer Arsene Wenger is not the right man for the job and have called for a change to be made with Ancelotti currently out of a job.
Gooners advocating for a managerial change at the Emirates are not without reason, Wenger came in for heavy criticism in the second half of last campaign, the Gunners where on the wrong side of an aggregate double figure score line from Ancelotti’s Bayern in the second round of the Champions League and continued to display inconsistent performances in the Premier League which ultimately meant out on the top 4 places.
Wenger also started the current campaign in indifferent fashion has in recent times looked a little out of his depth both on and off the pitch. With rivals Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Tottenham and even Liverpool to a lesser extent looking on the up, the same cannot be said of the Gunners.
The gaffer has repeatedly made a mess of player recruitment and even keeping the ones at Emirates as he looks to be way past his best.
Whilst it is obvious that the Gunners could do with a much needed managerial change, Ancelotti on the other hand is definitely not the man who should be taking over the reigns.
A young, vibrant, dynamic and tactically vast manager should be appointed instead of the Italian tactician.
While there is no denying Ancelotti’s class having won three Champions League titles in an outstanding coaching career so far, the Italian also looks way beyond his best.
The manager who was sacked by Bayern due to a string of poor results has not lasted into his third season in his last two jobs with Real Madrid and Bayern Munich.
Wenger however signed a two year contract extension at the end May and is set to remain at the Emirates till 2019 at the very least.
Should circumstances however prompt a managerial change, Ancelotti is not the man to lead to the Gunners to further glory…This is my opinion of course.