Sport Arsenal clear out six men in preparation for the new era

13:36  15 may  2018
13:36  15 may  2018 Source:   readsport.co

It will take years for Arsenal to recover from Wenger exit – Puel

  It will take years for Arsenal to recover from Wenger exit – Puel The Leicester City boss – who played under the French boss at Monaco – believes it will take years for the Gunners to recover from from his exitLeicester City manager Claude Puel warned that Arsenal face a difficult period as they prepare to farewell long-serving boss Arsene Wenger.

Arsenal are reportedly set to make major changes in their backroom staff following Arsene Wenger's final game in charge at the club, with six key staff members being let go. The sextet have been cleared out in preparation for Wenger's successor being appointed, who is likely to want to bring in

The path forward for Arsenal is clear : Kroenke needs to fire Arsene Wenger immediately. Neutral pundits and Arsenal fans alike are in agreement — Wenger is no longer the right man for the job at Despite high hopes, Arsenal are out of the title race quickly, with nine wins, six draws and five losses

It is reported that Arsenal will be making major changes to their backroom staff over the summer, with six key members of staff being relieved of their duties.

The Daily Mail reports that the biggest casualty will be the head of medical services Colin Lewin, who will lose his job after 23 years at the club. Equipment manager Paul Johnson, fitness coach Tony Colbert, goalkeeping specialist Gerry Peyton and first-team coach Neil Banfield will also be leaving the club as the Arsenal hierarchy look to clear out and start again.

Boro Primorac, who has been a long-term servant for Wenger will also leave the club, but assistant manager Steve Bould and goalkeeping coach Jens Lehmann will be offered positions in the new setup at the Emirates.

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Arsenal have begun to prepare for life after Arsene Wenger by clearing out their departing manager's backroom staff, with six members of The Mail report that half a dozen of the Frenchman's allies at the Emirates will be out on their ears this summer at the club clear the decks for whoever they bring in to

Next, in the " New Era " series, I sought to examine how Arsenal can transit from the building years to a new era which I term "consolidation." Someone has written an "AKB Guide" which basically describes those of us who support Arsene Wenger; a support borne out of appreciation for the

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Wenger’s successor is yet to be announced but it is likely that the new boss will want to bring in his own backroom staff. Kaveh Solhekol, from Sky Sports, reports that Mikel Arteta is the front runner for the job. The 36-year-old would be a risk as he has never managed before but he has spent time under Pep Guardiola and this could make him the perfect man for the job.

Arsenal intend on having their man in place before the start of the World Cup in Russia.

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Jamie Vardy makes admission over Arsenal's previous interest .
Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy has been speaking about the effects of Arsenal’s interest in him ahead of Euro 2016. The Daily Star report that Vardy was the subject of a £25m bid from the Gunners just before the tournament began, which wasn’t ideal preparation for the 31-year-old. Vardy had just fired his club to their shock Premier League success and was going to France on a high having scored 24 goals that campaign. He was expected to lead the line with Harry Kane, but the tournament ended in despair as England were knocked out by minnows Iceland at the round of 16 stage. When reflecting on the interest from Arsenal, Vardy said: “It wasn’t an irritation. There was just a lot of time when we were in our rooms to think about it. It wasn’t something you could just put to the back of your mind.” “But I made my decision back then and I’ve not looked back since, carried on, played my football, been doing well for my club and I think that’s what’s got me the opportunity where I can go to a World Cup.” “The Euros was a new experience for me and the World Cup is going to be but obviously the Euros is a major tournament as well and you know exactly what you’ve got coming so you can be more relaxed about it knowing I have been there before.” Vardy will of course travel to Russia this summer as Gareth Southgate’s men attempt to restore some national pride by performing a lot better in this summer’s World Cup. He has just had another successful campaign, scoring 20 Premier League goals as the Foxes finished ninth.

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