In the news today:
Arsenal legend and long-serving assistant manager, Pat Rice is said to be contemplating retirement. The veteran has been involved with the club since 1964 (excluding a four year playing stint with Watford) and has played a huge part in the club’s successes.
If Rice was to retire, speculation is circulating on tribalfootball.com that ex-Gunner, Steve Bould is the likely candidate to replace him. Other rumours include former Charlton, Hull City and Colchester boss, Phil Parkinson who has been scouting for the club while searching for his next position.
Simon Bourne (Site Editor)