Arsenal after Germany’s dismissal Hansi Flick.What’ll happen

Arsenal after Germany’s dismissal Hansi Flick.What’ll happen

Arsenal after Germany’s dismissal Hansi Flick.What’ll happen

Germany has fired Hansi Flick and Arsenal anticipate three consequences as a result of the decision.

Following Germany’s 4-1 home defeat to Japan, the German FA quickly fired head coach Hansi Flick. After just over two years in charge, the former Bayern Munich head coach has been  stripped of his duties. Arsenal formerly had a slew of German talents including Mesut Ozil, Lukas Podolski,  Per Mertesacker,  and Serge Gnabry, but now only  have one in Kai Havertz,  who arrived this summer. With Germany hosting the 2024 Euros, there is a lot of pressure on the country to  perform well, and Flick has left after five games without a win, including losses to  Belgium, Poland, Columbia, and the aforementioned Japan.

With that in mind, examines how the decision will affect north  London. It may not be evident how the dismissal of a foreign coach may cause  a stir over here, 

but that is what may surprise. The role of Kai Havertz is under consideration. The effect on Kai Havertz is unsurprising. Despite his own shortcomings and poor club play, the Arsenal newcomer has  been  Flick’s preferred center-forward.

Arsenal fans may take heart in the fact that  Havertz will play fewer minutes, lowering the  possibility of injury. However, with playing being the only way to  improve one’s form. A lack of games for  Die Mannschaft could be a disadvantage  rather than a  positive.

Takehiro Tomiyasu’s outstanding performance in the match against Japan went viral among Arsenal fans. Tomiyasu, who played at left center-back, handled the threat of Havertz, Leroy Sane, and Serge Gnabry admirably. Making sliding challenges, well-timed interceptions, and recovering quickly. His passing was also excellent. As was the way he altered the play to generate attacking opportunities for his wide men.Could he bring this level of performance to Arsenal? With the Champions League and Carabao Cup on the horizon, rotation will be the norm, and the defender will almost certainly receive plenty of playing time.The ‘Arteta outers’ have found a new target.

They still exist, believe it or not. Mikel Arteta has critics who have come out in droves when the opportunity has  arisen, such as after the Fulham draw or the empty transfer deadline day.  Despite his  rather miraculous elevation of his former side from eleventh when he took over to  challenging Manchester City for the title last season with the expectation of yet  another push in 2023/24. Hansi Flick’s name will undoubtedly be picked up by Arteta’s detractors . And  presented as an option that the club must consider if the Gunners go out of form. It’s difficult to explain managing a Germany team brimming with talent. Especially in  wide areas, after only four wins in 17 games.

It’s tough to rationalize the switch, and Arteta’s inventory is clearly several shelves  above the German.

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