- Apr 27, 2014
I think that’s a fair point but at the end of the day you want a winning manager. The fact that Tottenham gave Leicester a free run to the title doesn’t reflect well on him but equally he unquestionably took Spurs up a level in the most competitive of leagues.Can't think of a worse argument in football than he hasn't won any trophies . I am sure no one is lining up to give Arteta a job now because he won the FA cup. Trophies are nice & good but decisions about managers must be made based on overall performances rather than just winning a random cup competition
He has plenty of appeal though - good age, attractive football, some astute recruitment and would appear to be low maintenance from a boards perspective.