SOME Arsenal fans may be a touch disappointed that their club has not hired a marque manager, a black-suited, designer-stubbled touchline acrobat with heaps of attitude. Such people feel that an elite club needs to have an elite manager to match. But the top-name coaches, who go from club to club in a game of musical chairs, are few and far between, and what’s more, this highly-coveted band are, generally, getting older and some may be past their best. Still, however, the same names get thrown into the ring of discussion when a seat at the top table becomes vacant. Arsenal tried to target an up-and-coming manager in Unai Emery. It didn’t work out for a combination of reasons – an unhappy club, a…