News from Premier League about Arsenal planning to replace Spanish manager Mikel Arteta with rising manager Paulo Fonseca next season.
Fans might not see a manager playing on the field, but certainly holds the entire responsibility of the team’s performance.
Tottenham has already sacked their manager Jose Mourinho, due to their performance in League. He went on to replace Paulo Fonseca at AS Roma.
Meanwhile Arsenal fans wonder, when will their club plan to take such measures?
Arsenal plans to replace Arteta with Paulo Fonseca
Arsenal has performed horribly wrong this season. They spent few days in 16th position on the league table, at some point of this years’ campaign.
And after the 36th Premier League matchday, Arsenal has earned 55 points, and sit in 9th position on the league table. They’ve already lost the Europa League Semi-Final against Villareal.
AS Roma faced a similar situation this season. Under Paulo Fonseca, AS Roma has also had a tough season. The club has earned 58 points from 36 games, and will certainly hope not to go further down.
AS Roma has already announced that Jose Mourinho will replace Fonseca next season. And that makes Arsenal prepare a room for the Portuguese.
Paulo Fonseca started his managerial career at a Portuguese club in 2005. And have managed FC Porto, Braga and Shakhtar Donetsk before managing AS Roma.
Paulo Fonseca definitely has a better win percentage as a manager at Roma, than Arteta has for Arsenal. So, will this stat make Arsenal seriously consider replacing Arteta with Fonseca?