Sir Chips Keswick – “Any decision will be made by us mutually and communicated at the right time in the right way”
So sound’s the like banners and the moaning have finally been heard.
Arsene is no longer in charge of his own fate and I believe that at the beginning of the 17/18 season we will be under new management.
We can’t ignore what Arsene has done for us over the years. He has taken us through some fantastic times at the club and for that we will be eternally grateful.
The 10-2 loss to Bayern was a hard one to take. The excuses began to slip off of everyone’s tongue’s again but ultimately we were beaten by a much better side over two legs.
The excuse of “We don’t spend money” is a dated one.
Xhaka – £38mil
Mustafi – £34mil
Perez – £17mil
Arsenal football club spend money. We have a stadium that has now been paid off and over 250million sat in the bank.
We have everything in place to start to patch up the holes that have been left by not just the manager. As easy as it is to blame Arsene we have to look deeper than that.
But also by the owner.
Kronenke is a Majority Owner of St Louis Rams (NFL), his company also owns Colorado Rapids (MLS), Colorado Avalanche (NHL) and Denver Nuggets (NBA). So I genuinely question if he is really as focused as you’d want your club owner to be on the success of the club. Aslong as Arsenal Football Club are making a decent turnover each year is he really that bothered about the ongoing’s on the field and the fans point of view? I think not. I believe that he looked into the possibility of putting a roof on the Emirates to make it more appealing for concerts. He’s in this for the money as are most business men but without a little passion behind the project I think that he may be the reason that Arsene is still in the hot seat and hasn’t been moved on yet.
But sounds like the stomping of our feet has finally got some of the board tuned in. It’ll be an interesting couple of months for Arsenal FC.