I find this a likely scenario, in fact I would say maybe he was forced out and we havent been that forcefull in his replacement, it's annoying to have some guy keep asking you buy players and then have to make excuses not to sign themMidz wrote: ↑Mon Mar 18, 2019 9:39 pmSven Mislintat fucked off because he was told that Arsenal FC were'nt gonna be spending money on anyone he recommended for the foreseeable future, and therefore his job was pointless.
This is probably common knowledge in the 'director of football' world and hence Monchi had no desire to come to us either.
https://metro.co.uk/2019/03/18/arsenal- ... s-8933311/
This is the current state of affairs in a club as mentioned above that has no clue in the higher management positions.
I think Dick is OK but all those above him are an embarrassment to football.
football is in just such a strange state right now though i am interested to know what our 3 year plan is on investment in playing staff.
I think it is interesting given our profits and our ticket prices if the owner does not invest, that is a pretty big statement of (ill) intent. I think the wage bill is a short term excuse, a sensible owner can run up a loss for a couple years and still invest based on the fact the wage price will be reduced over the next 5 years, he has the money to take that hit, but he will not because he imo is a leech.