This is worrisome. But didn't statdna give us bums like Elsideways, Perez, and Musti. Sven turned out to be a bum. Are we just not going to have scouts? Or focus everything on the academy? Don't get it.
That's the major problem here. We've always had issues with recruitment but we at least had decent people working in that department albeit with idiots above them who ignored the good work they had been doing. Now we don't even have them at all. We're gonna see a lot more Cedrics in the team soon enough.Biggest problem here is that we are going to go for an agent and contact book led transfer strategy..
https://theathletic.com/1735166/202...aubameyang/?amp#click=https://t.co/oDp2f2tcq5Well he hasn't been very convincing over the last decade then because we haven't done well.
I don't know if I am missing something here? We have competed for the title in a decade, recruitment is a massive part of that so I'm not sure if it's such a huge loss?
My worry is the growing influence on Kia ffs, slime ball is getting deeper into Arsenal as the days roll by, knows the clubs every move.
In the same summer, Arsenal signed Lucas Perez from Deportivo de La Coruna. The club had intended to buy Jamie Vardy, triggering his release clause before the striker decided to remain at Leicester. Perez was on the brink of a move to Everton when an agent working on the deal asked Cagigao whether he’d considered him an option for Arsenal. “Not a chance,” was Cagigao’s response. “He’s a mid-table player.”
With Arsenal against the clock and under pressure to bring in a striker, they decided to sign Perez anyway. Again, statistics were a factor. That’s the nature of any transfer window: sometimes the deals you can do — the deals you have to do — are not the deals you’d ideally want to do.
The way we scout, yeah. Scouting is a massive department though, you can have a rubbish department yet good people in it.Didn't Sven also said that our current scouting staff is outdated?