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‘Not An Upgrade’ ‘I’d Take Him’ ‘Not My First Choice’ Arsenal Fans Debate Whether Leading Candidate To Replace Emery Is Good Enough

‘Not An Upgrade’ ‘I’d Take Him’ ‘Not My First Choice’ Arsenal Fans Debate Whether Leading Candidate To Replace Emery Is Good Enough

Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo is the leading candidate to replace Unai Emery as Arsenal manager, according to reports in the English media.

It is believed Raul Sanllehi’s close connection with Santo’s agent Jorge Mendes could be a key reason in the Portuguese being appointed as Emery’s possible successor.

Some fans on Twitter are not convinced that Santo would be the right choice:


While others believe the 45-year-old would be a better option than Emery:

Wolves play counter-attacking football, and could not be described as a possession-based team who press high. Santo’s team play very much in the mould of an old-style Mourinho side.

Some fans may want this pragmatic style in order to get results, but the major worry is that the club would not be getting a significant improvement on Emery.

Santo is not known for an expansive style of play which Arsenal fans have become used to, and he would have to convince many supporters that he has the credentials to move the club forward.

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