Discussion in 'Arsenal Talk' started by blaze_of_glory, Nov 28, 2017.
He does have the look of an older Santi.
The bigger question would be who would succeed Wenger...
I'll give this guy the benefit of the doubt until we see what he does but don't understand the love-in for Gazidis.
So Dick's out lads?
It's against the Law.
We’re getting people in to carry out the roles Wenger does so we can get a more pure coach focusing on tactics, on field play etc when Wenger leaves
SAnti shoud be retired and made into youth technical coach
On paper it looks brilliant but we'll see how it works in practice. My expectation would be to see a better variety(more South Americans) quality and efficiency to our transfer dealings. It's somewhat unfair to him in terms of appraisal that his first summer window will be in a world cup year but if he can recruit well with that going on then we'll know he's the business.
Get in! We cant compete with the huge fees going about now so getting one of the biggest lowballers in world football to head our negotiations is a huge coup for Arsenal FC.
Looking forward to basically stealing crown jewels off clubs for a handful of peanuts, in installments, like Barca have for years.
At least we got Mizzy from Dortmund, who had the sense to recommend signing Dembele while Grimandi was off watching farmers in Ligue 2.
Yup. His contract is done
I'd say our off field activities are equally as bad as some of the on field activities . Sponsorship, contracts, PR, engagement with emerging markets. If we can get the right people in there then it can only have a positive impact on the pitch.
Yeah just saw he isn't a DOF . Basically will have Dick Laws job.
He's not going anywhere imo
Probably leave at the end of his contract.
Infrastructure is being set. Club realised that they couldn't prolong it any longer.
definitely looks as if there is a plan in place if Wenger decides to go at the end of the current season, or see out his contract
it probably is up to him, but if a desired replacement came on the market, or indicated he could be available by this summer, who knows
"But when asked if Mislintat would be working mostly with Gazidis or himself, Wenger was quick to tell reporters: "With me. Ivan has nothing to do with buying players."
Guess Piet was right.
Still think we have a chance of keeping Alexis and Özil but at this stage it would require huge wages, the type of change we're seeing here and one of the following two: A top manager coming in or Kroenke freeing the money.
We're two thirds of the way there.
Sanchez? No chance.
The only thing going our way with regards to Sanchez is the fact that there are no clubs in desperate need of his services. For example, I just don't see how he would fit in at City, the only reason they'd go for him is because they could not because they need him.
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