Monday, March 14, 2016

Could Joachim Löw be the right candidate to lead Arsenal?

Arsenal are going through a rough patch and the manager Arsène Wenger is under pressure to rescue the season with the league title. The fans have started to turn against the manager and as we understand, the board has finally decided to look for replacements.

Joachim Löw has been approached by Arsenal to replace Wenger
TGT sources have revealed that after losing the game against Manchester United, the Arsenal board held a meeting and decided to approach German national football team manager, Joachim Löw for talks and convince him to take over as the Arsenal manager in summer 2016. We understand that Löw did not refuse the offer but wants to make the final decision after Euro 2016, which remains his top priority at the moment. It is also understood that Löw has asked for complete control of the team along with the finances, as he wants to target the Champions League in his first season with Arsenal. 

Initial talks cannot reveal much, however, Joachim Löw has taken a keen interest in the offer and the Arsenal board has already discussed the situation with the current Arsenal manager, Arsène Wenger. With the recent FA Cup loss and a possible knockout from the Champions League looming ahead, Wenger continues to remain under pressure and also feels let down by the squad.

Joachim Löw has been the manager of the German national team since July 2006 and since then he has won 85 games with an impressive win percentage of  66.93. He also won the FIFA World Cup 2014 that eventually earned him the FIFA World Coach of the Year title for 2014. He also won the Sport Bild German Sports Manager of the Year in 2010, L'Équipe Sports Manager of the Year in 2010, German Football Man of the Year in 2011 and 2014, German Football Manager of the Year in 2014, World Soccer Awards Manager of the Year in 2014, IFFHS World's Best National Coach in 2014, 

It is too early to say whether Joachim Löw will be the next Arsenal manager but it is clear that right now Arsenal have added him as a possible replacement. We will be following the story as it develops and keep you updated once there is a development.


  1. Please be true. pleeeeeeeeeese

  2. manager Joachim Löw is avery respected charcter , with a huge wealth of experience in mahaging football at the highest level and he will be a good replacement for Wenger and as well he can attract outstanding international players to Arsenal.

  3. As someone from a family of Arsenal fans, but who has also followed Jogi's career closely over the past six years by running a small tribute website, I would love him to be the next coach at Arsenal!