A) As a business it is fine, but given Arsenal are not far from 4th as things stand surely there should be some money from the £70 million before tax profits to buy a player or two.
A) what can be done to improve things at the club that isn't already being done ????
B) what has wiggy done wrong so far ????
C) Did anyone expect him to put more money into the club ??? Seriously ????
Its not unreasonable to expect a business to run itself and in any other walk of life its expected to run at a profit and to generate profits to then pay dividends to shareholders.
D) Im no Wiggy fan but as Ive asked before who do you want to replace him and what do you expect from an Owner ???
B) Wiggy has let things slide. It is tougher to be in the top 4 these days but some of the decisions of Gazidis and Wenger in the last three years should have been scrutinized more. The bloated wage bill that has prevented the purchasing of new players.
C) Yes. He built a $2 billion stadium in the US which was most likely funded by using Arsenal as collateral. Arsenal may be worth £2 billion now, but could be worth £3 billion in 5 or 6 years if they are successful. There needs to be some speculative activity. He can borrow against the value of the club, The stadium and all the infrastructure is fine, They just need to get some players.
D) I don't know who should replace him, but I would like to see some ambition from an owner. To have the 6th biggest club in the world by market capitalisation (estimate by Forbes) and to be talking about finishing in the top 4 domestically lacks ambition. Surely the aim of a club like Arsenal is to be European champions. I am pretty sure that all the other top 6 clubs (except Spurs) have that objective. Surely the reason to get involved with a big club is to win championships. Kroenke seems to have the opposite opinion.