further assert the fact that he has the safest job in world football today. And
until Arsenal’s second largest shareholder Alisher Usmanov outmuscles Stan
Kroenke, Wenger is at Arsenal to stay.
years? I can’t think of any apart from of course Wenger.
Ivan Gazidis is eager to tie him down to a new four-year deal which will take
him past the magical 20-year mark.
Football Club stands for. But we all know that the real reason the management
want to tie him down to a forever deal is that he works perfectly with
Kroenke’s agenda of spending far, far less than he brings in whilst maintaining
a credible league position (a position which guarantees champions league
of the club’s ambition’ and has persistently called for investment to match
that spent by Real Madrid, Barcelona, Chelsea and Manchester City or face lowering
expectations even further.
regime at the Emirates has coerced Wenger into selling his best players and
having to continue to find cheaper replacements.
Wenger getting a new deal. Maybe that’s because the team looks a lot more
balanced than it has been in a long time. Even Wenger who is known for his
arrogance has backtracked on issues like; refreshing the backroom team,
tightening up on his defence, letting the big headed players leave and
strengthening the team with a couple of high profile signings.
that will probably still come back to bite us in the backside. However, I
think we’re in the best shape we’ve been in for years.
overall constraints, he has outperformed our spending every single year he has
been manager. It is extraordinary.
I don’t think so. As far as I remember, he has always said that he does not
see anyone good enough to player for the club.
but how then would a CEO of a club that has overseen the sale of its best
players year after year can come out with a statement like that. I understand
the stadium move wasn’t easy, but we’re through the worst of that, we have to
start delivering more than just ambitious words. We have to put the team first
for once. We have to build a squad that fits our project.
good this season, but they won’t if the investment in the squad continues to go
like a house on fire during the first half of his reign, but he hasn’t really
done anything for the Gunners lately other than qualify for the Champions
League, where they inevitably get knocked out year after year.
ambitious. If you settle for mediocrity then you’ll get mediocrity and Arsenal
supporters deserve more than that. There’s also a great deal been made about
Wenger’s ability to balance the books, but isn’t he at the Emirates to win
trophies, don’t they have an accountant?
Source: The Rwanda Focus