Kroenke, Gazidis & Wenger OUT! Save us Mr Usmanov

Another transfer summer, the same old rubbish. Lies and profit by Arsene and the board with the fans feed more spin about how this bunch of players are good enough to win the title.

Sad fact is that nothing has changed, and this season will be another frustration waste of a season and a battle for 4th place.

Wenger and the board have sold our best player to a direct rival and not replaced them, WHY?. Its no wonder the players don’t believe they can win trophies at Arsenal anymore.

Gazidis talks about Arsenal having a “self-sustaining policy”. It’s more of a policy to sell off our assists without investing the cash back in. yet again we have seen Arsenal make a healthy profit for the board.

Maybe Gazidis is right, Man City and Chelsea are jealous of us and the way we run the club, but the fans are sick of the lies, the bullshit and the continuing policy to sell and make money rather then show some ambition and spend on much needed players.

Van Persie. Song. Vela. Ozyakup. Bartley. Lansbury.Botelho. all sold.

Denilson, Bendtner, Park, Miyaichi, Campbell, Afobe, Wellington  all loaned out.. In total we have seen 18 players leave and only 3 arrive. Arsenal have signed the lowest amount of new players then any other EPL club. And we look down the road at the lane and see the spurs sign Sigurdson, Vertonghen, Dembele, Lloris, Adebayor. Yes they sold Modric and VDV but ALL of the money was re-invested back in on players.

Who is our defensive CM and the man to replace Alex Song?

Lets say Giroud gets injured are we going to rely on Chamakh to score the goals?

How many times is Arsene going to tell us that “when the players return from injury, they will be like new signings”

What is the point of Stan Kroenke and Gazidis? What have they done for the club since arriving? Nothing positive. Every summer we see the same thing. Our best 2 players sold off, the manager speaks a load of woofle about how he will bring in top top special players, the fans dream of big names and then we are left disappointed.

And for the fans that say “its the board and not Wenger” Please ask yourself this. If Wenger had NO POWER and the board sold his star players and banked the money without his say so… Why would he stay and accept that? Why would he? What type of man would watch this happen and not stand up and resign?… Wenger has full control and knows whats going on and he agrees to ALL the transfers. For me Wenger stopped giving a toss about winning things years ago and he is now a bank manager keeping the board happy, thinking about his future job on the board. Wenger has to take some of the blame and we cant just say its the board anymore.

How much longer can we put up with this? For me last night was the final straw..I want change at Arsenal.

Its now time for Mr Usmanov to step in and save us from what we have become.

Arsenal FC = Arsenal Financial Corporation. Barely a football club anymore

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105 Comments

  1. Nick

    September 3, 2012 at 11:15 am

    Muppets. Semi-literate muppets that I’m ashamed to count among Arsenal fans. We’re all fed up with the empty trophy cabinet, but to claim that Arsenal’s management is not in the sport to win silverware betrays such a major lack of understanding – about everything – that I’m almost lost for words. Almost.

    Compared to other industries, the costs, and the potential downside risks with sport are generally too great to warrant an investment unless the club is winning things, and qualifying for the top competitions. To suggest that the board aren’t bothered about winning is ludicrous.

    Some of the clubs that do invest huge sums are over-leveraged, betting on future success to make a return on their spending. Leeds was an early failed example of this. They brought in a lot of stars on the promise of Champions League football. When that didn’t materialise, they were screwed. That is the risk at any club, but even more so for clubs (or companies in any sector) that take on too much debt.

    Clubs like Man City and Chelsea are billionaires’ play-things. Their business models are tied to the sentiments of their owners. Revenue doesn’t matter to these clubs. The rhetoric is success no matter the cost. To call them businesses at all is a stretch of the imagination. Usmanov – who let’s not forget is a Man Utd fan – falls into this category.

    Now consider Arsenal’s self-sustaining model. It’s asking a lot of fans; the major things being expensive tickets and patience. But to build a new stadium and maintain a position in the top flight of English football while maintaining a manageable debt burden is really, really, really difficult. It’s why other teams opt for short-term solutions like going on sale, or taking on hefty loans. The cost to Arsenal for its self-sustaining model in the short-term is what we’re paying right now: high ticket prices, a lack of trophies, selling top talent and a lot of frustration.

    The pay-off will be a club that has the structure and infrastructure to generate enough cash (and all that goes with it) to win top honours without jeopardising its long-term future. We’re building a dynasty here, people, not a flash-in-the-pan moment in history. We’re talking about club not just for our lifetimes or the lifetime of some oligarch like Usmanov; we’re talking about a club that can elbow its way into the very top tier of world football and stay there.

    And if you can’t appreciate this, that’s your problem.

  2. Dan the man

    November 3, 2012 at 2:39 pm

    Fuck off Nick!
    What team do you know that pays a manger on failure? We fucking do.
    You must be one of those “arsene knows best” cunts. The glory days are well behind us, we need a new manager and new investment, fuck it, any investment would nice. We sold Song and RVP, bought three players and made a profit. Woo fucking hoo! I watch Arsenal every week to watch us win. To lift trophies. To make me feel good. After all I pay £1000 a year for it. So nick fuck off, cos its fans like you that ruin sport.

  3. Eddie Ormonde

    November 3, 2012 at 5:02 pm

    What his Nick got to say after today’s debacle? RVP “sold for football reasons” put us to the sword. Unfortunately fans like him are living in the past, it is just about money to line Ivan the Terrible’s pocket now.

  4. Iniez

    November 4, 2012 at 6:45 pm

    F***ing well said Nick

  5. CALGooner

    November 9, 2012 at 6:36 am

    as an aggrieved fan who cant stand this shame and misery anymore, i searched ‘wenger out’ and i landed up here to read Nick’s comments above. Folks, this Nick fellow is a money lover and not football lover. He is looking for Arsenal’s financial glory and not ‘footballing glory’. He is prepared to die seeing Arsenal lose matches but not its stature. But he is mistaken. With an arrogant, bankrupt (of ideas) and alomost senile Wenger in charge, Nick will see Arsenal drown on both fronts. The commerce of the endorsements do not consider 4th as a trophy any more. Neither is Wenger’s team capable of achieving anything above 8th this season. Targetting low and made them lick dust and bite at others’ heels.

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