Almost two months have passed since the Grenfell Tower fire disaster that led to several dozens of people losing their life, and the efforts to raise money for the victims are ongoing.
Arsene Wenger attended an event organized by the Football Writers’ Association exactly to raise money for those victims, and he obviously talked about football, making some extremely forward thinking predictions regarding the future of the game, and the managers in particular.
I’m personally convinced that will happen soon
the Arsenal manager first said, asked if he expects a female to manage a Premier League club any time soon. Up until now, the only case of a woman coaching a team in one of the top two categories in Europe’s five strongest countries, football-wise, is that of Corinne Diacre, a former France international, who has already spent three seasons at the helm at Clermont Foot.
I’m convinced in 10 or 15 years it will not necessarily be a football specialist who is a manager of a club
Wenger then said, taking his thought a step even further, further than seeing a woman manage a Premier League club.
You will have so many scientists around the team that who will bring out the team to play on Saturday will be more management specialists than football specialists. Because the football decisions will be made by technological analysis
the Frenchman said. It remains to be seen how successful his prediction will be in 10-15 years…