Ivan Gazidis


#424

Starting now, lets see if he has anything interesting to say


#425

He’s giving Wenger credit for making George Weah think he was good enough to be a president

He made a president! Legend!


#426

Would be good if he didn’t read all the time…


#427

“The process of finding a successor starts today” FFS. Surely they must have had some discussions/tested the water at least?


#428

Lol I had a feeling they wouldn’t have.

Out of respect for Wenger they wouldn’t have approached anybody until it was 100% clear he was going.

Well let’s see


#429

Hasn’t said anything interesting, and they probably don’t know who they want as successor yet…


#430

Yeah it’s rubbish, he won’t confirm anything. He doesn’t know who will take over, he doesn’t know if Wenger will have a role…


#431

Standard words from him. Let’s just wait and see.


#432

Forget Simone, Allegi etc

It’s being made very clear we’ll be going for an attack minded manager


#433

Gazidis addressing Ornstein by his first name :grinning:


#434

Luca the voice of reason :flushed:

Did he call him Davey lad?


#435

Yep, looks like it.

https://twitter.com/gunnerblog/status/987368291541880834

Just got to pray there is still an opportunity for Tuchel.

Despite him looking certain for PSG, it’s still not been announced and it was meant to be ages ago, no?


#436

Jardim sounds very plausible too. Has less “baggage” than Tuchel


#437

And Löw (I hate to say it lol)


#438

Fuck off with your Löw. That really would be a low!


#439

Van gaal


#440

Folks let’s be serious, we all know that what this club needs is a proper football man ready to bring some pashun back to the masses.

Can’t wait to hear Owen Coyle’s first press conference.


#441

Imagine if we were stuck with this guy

https://www.tbnsport.com/wp-content/uploads/steve-mcclaren-derby.jpg


#442

So Tuchel or Jardim.


#443

Given what Gazidis said those 2 are absolute best case scenario.