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Who Will Be the Next Southampton’s Manager?

Southampton recently sacked Mauricio Pellegrini after the club’s miserable record in Premier League this season. So far, the Saints has only managed to win once in their last 17 games, placing them one step closer to the relegation zone.

As for the next manager, Robbie Savage, an ex-Welsh player, believes it should be Mark Hughes. Hughes may not be as good as Guardiola, Ancelotti, or Mourinho, but with only 8 games remaining, Southampton should be looking for a ‘mad’ man. Hughes is that kind of man. During his career with Stoke, he led the team to 9th place in 3 consecutive seasons. In his hand, no club has ever placed in the relegation zone.

Perhaps, this option is worth a try. In Premier League alone, Hughes has undergone 450 matches for 5 different teams: Blackburn, Fulham, Stoke, QPR, and Manchester City. He has been dealing with a lot of people with different characteristics. He knows the best way to treat and train each player to get the best out of them.

Plus, he was sacked by Stoke back in January. This fact makes him eager to prove that Stoke was wrong. He is full of ambition and Southampton is the right place for him to channel all that ambition.

Choosing the next man to sit in the manager’s bench is Southampton’s first priority right now. They are scheduled to face Wigan on this Sunday. That means, they only have several days to choose the new manager before they have to meet Wigan in the quarter-final.

Another option

Mark Hughes is not the only person fit for the job. Marco Silva, who was once with Hull and Watford, is also rumored for the job.

Unlike Pellegrino, Silva is not ‘too’ cautious. That’s the biggest mistake Pellegrino did. He lets his cautiousness to make him believe that Southampton’s players are just as good as he told them to be.

No, that’s not the case. The Saints’ players have proven even under previous managers that they are much better than they are now. Something is holding them, something that they have no power to deal with.

Silva or whoever the next coach should understand that Southampton needs to be more proactive. They need to attack and defend during the whole game, not playing safely in the back.

The next 8 games are the real challenge for the new coach. Out of 8 remaining games, Southampton will have 5 away matches. It means they are going to be far from their supporters’ reach, whose supports they truly need in this time of desperate.

The quick countermeasure has to be taken to save Southampton and bring victory once again to the club. They only have time until this weekend to pick the new manager or the team should play the next match with no manager. The only good news will come after this weekend’s match. Southampton will have around 2 – 3 weeks to prepare until their next match against West Ham at the end of this month. It should give enough time for the new manager to train the whole players and perhaps, prepare some surprises.

Guardiola, His Yellow Ribbon, and FA Warnings

Martin Glenn, FA chief executive, said that no one should ever wear any political symbol during a football match, including Manchester City manager, Pep Guardiola, and his yellow ribbon.

The Manchester City manager has been seen wearing the yellow ribbon for several times, amidst FA Warning. However, after two warnings went ‘useless,’ The Football Association eventually charged Guardiola last month.

During the International Football Association Board meeting in Zurich, the FA chief executive said that there is no excuse for anyone to display any political symbols. The game should be kept as neutral as possible, as it is a game for everyone to enjoy.

He later added that the yellow ribbon Guardiola was often seen wearing is an apparent political symbol. The yellow ribbon itself is widely recognized today as support for Catalan independence from Spain.

He also stressed that The Football Association had taken action by rewriting Law Four of football to make sure nothing divisive would appear during a game. A football game is supposed to be a neutral match where all of us respect each other. It is not such a place to tell you or your ideas are better than anyone. A football match is where everyone supposed to gather together and enjoy the game, instead of being divided because of any divisive symbols.

These symbols can be anything, including Star of David, a sickle and a hammer, a swastika, Robert Mugabe image, or any political symbols. There is no right and wrong in a football match. It is a game, and everyone is supposed to enjoy it, no matter who you are, where you come from, and your ideology.

Regarding this incident, the FA has given formal warnings to Guardiola back in December. However, after seeing the warnings went ‘unnoticed,’ the FA finally decided to charge the Manchester City manager with breaching advertising and kit regulations this month.

Guardiola has until March 5, 2018, at 18:00 GMT to respond on this issue. Regarding this issue, Guardiola told the media that he is a manager and also a human being. The executive believes that the FA has already known that everything they do to him will be useless. He will keep wearing the yellow ribbon. Guardiola thinks that wearing the fabric has nothing to do with politics. It is an act of humanity and democracy. He believes by doing so; he is helping those who choose not to do anything.

Political symbols are not a strange thing seen in a football. It happened several times in the past and it seems not even FIFA can rule out how to fix the issue. They might be right about the game should be kept as neutral as possible, but as Guardiola said, we are still human. Sometimes, people cannot just ignore other people’s condition. Displaying the symbol is how they express their opinion. Perhaps, FIFA should take this into their future consideration while writing the law.

Counting the Last Days of Arsene Wenger at Arsenal

Ian Wright, a former Arsenal striker, said that he could not see a scenario where Arsene Wenger would remain Arsenal manager after this season. He also believes that Arsenal should have been playing better if the players are not on easy street as they are now and the owner cares about the club.

His opinion might sound blatant, but that’s the fact. Only 2 months have passed this year and so far Arsenal has lost 6 out of 12 games. Last time, they lost the game to Manchester City.

In his interview with BBC Radio 5, Wright told that Wenger usually has excuses for these losses. With him mollycoddling the team, Wright believes the team is not going to get better any time in the future, unless Wenger is out.

The best option for the team is, according to him, for Arsene Wenger to leave the team and hand it over to someone more capable, someone who will not the team rest on the easy street. If they want to win, they should fight for it. Arsenal should stop all this mediocrity if they want to win and become the champion as they used to be.

The long path to victory

As a former Arsenal player, Wright still loves the club as he and his teammates always did in the past. Seeing Arsenal in its current state is disappointing and he believes, the best way to fix this is to put the team on the challenge again. They can start getting new players, those who can get everyone to be excited once more about this team.

This step is not instant. The team will have to spend another few years before they can see the result. Everyone should progress together as a team and share the same dream to reach that top five again. In order to achieve this, Arsenal should go the opposite way they are going right now. They will only fail if they continue walking on this path. Wenger should know that it is time to stop. The new path is a long one, but as everyone works together as a team, it will eventually bear a fruit to the team.

The owner is guilty

As for the owner, Wright said that the owner is responsible for this downfall. If only Stan Kroenke cares about the team, he would have done something to prevent this downfall from happening. If he truly cared about the club, he wouldn’t allow Wenger to stay for 2 years without holding a solid proof.

Wright also said that all these losses and mismanagement points to a conclusion where Wenger should leave the team. However, his leaving will only fix the problems on the surface. To completely fix the problems, Kroenke should come and find out the problems by himself. He needs to know everything that’s actually happening right now and how it brings down the team. He has to find out how to fix it before everything has become too late.

Things would have been easier to fix if only the owner heard the fans years ago. They have been sounding this for years and yet, no one heard their voice. The owner has been ignoring their voice for years and doing nothing for the team. Now, as we can see, everything Arsenal fans have sounded for years have become a sad reality for the team.


What Would Happen to City after Their Loss?

For some people, Manchester City’s tragic loss from Wigan is not a complete disaster. In fact, it will only make stronger than ever. 

City’s dream of quadruple finally had to end after Wigan beat them 1-0 on Monday. Will Grigg scored the deciding goal for Wigan in the 79th minute, shortly before the referee sent off Fabian Delph in the first half.

However, for some people, this loss is not a complete disaster for City. Gudjohnsen, who once played for Barcelona under Guardiola, said that thing like this will only make City stronger than ever. They will bounce and win. When that time comes, everyone will be amazed by how this loss changes them.

The match might have ended with a huge disappointment to City, their fans, and especially Guardiola. However, it is not because the players are not good enough or they lack the desire to win. It is just because it was not their time yet.

Also according to Gudjohnsen, City had played their best during the match. They never made mistake and even left any space for Wigan. However, the spirit Wigan showed yesterday is worth to call one of the biggest challenge City has ever faced.

City will now focus on EFL Cup final on this Sunday where they will meet Arsenal. At least, this defeat allows Guardiola and his men to focus on the Carabao Cup. They don’t have to worry about anything again. So, yes, from this perspective, there is still a good thing from their loss.

As a manager, we would like to see how Guardiola advances with this loss. He is not such a person who will surrender after a defeat. It will do nothing, but make the team stronger than ever.

As for Wigan, Upson, a former England defender said that the City’s opponent played well. They gave huge pressure on City, harried them, and eventually beat them. Even though we must admit that City should have been better than last night, we should also admit the excellent performance Paul Cook and his men gave last night.

He later continued that the biggest mistake City did last night is they weren’t able to move from their fatal mistake: traditional English-style football. Wigan knows this and it was the exact style they played last night. They know the nasty secret about City and used it very well. Unless City fixes this weakness in the future, most likely we will see other Wigans beating Guardiola and his players.

Gudjohnsen also agreed about this point, saying, ” It was a bit too nice at times, their defenders have to realize what it’s like to come up against hard-working British center-forwards. Wigan were all about hard work. They ran their socks off, they were quite well organised and they deserved it.”

Would Isco and Toni Kroos Move to Manchester United?

Manchester United is dying. Their last defeat from Newcastle United proves that the Red Devil is no longer as powerful as it used to be. As they are losing more games than ever, it becomes critical for the club to fix this situation immediately. Mourinho realizes this problem and he believes Isco and Toni Kroos are the answer.

The Red Devil has been trying to recruit these players back in 2012 (Isco) and 2014 (Kroos). Back then, they failed. However, this time, Mourinho seems to eagerly play his trump card: their own player, David de Gea. Mourinho is even reported to ready to sell de Gea to Real Madrid in order to get Isco and Kroos. With £135m for Isco alone, that leaves Madrid with plenty of cash. It is exactly what Real Madrid need to survive from their current disarray.

Manchester United, however, is not the only one looking for a fresh add-on. Liverpool is on the move to lure Deportivo La Coruna winger, Pinchi to join the club. Despite his young age, his excellent performance during La Liga can’t be easily ignored. Jurgen Klopp surely doesn’t want to waste his time waiting for Pinchi’s contract to end this summer. For him, getting this player is crucial because he knows Mourinho is also interested in him, too.

It seems we are going to see many young players in the next transfer season. Josha Vagnomen, a 17-year-old defender from Hamburg is currently on the talk with Arsenal and Bayern Munich.

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