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Is Wenger right to refuse a Baldini type at Arsenal? Dein maybe… 0

Posted on September 01, 2013 by Bob

Arsene Wenger has reiterated that he will never work at Arsenal under a director of football. Is this good or bad for the club? by Stefan

I believe overall that the manager should have as much control over the club as possible. The manager is the person who gets results and who creates the team that gets the results. I dislike clubs who install directors of football that overrule the manager on every decision possible. An example of this is Joe Kinnear at Newcastle.

Is Wenger better at finance than management at Arsenal? 11

Posted on December 07, 2012 by Bob

Hi Gooners. by John Collard

Today I would like to talk to you guys and ask for your opinions about what the hell is going on. Guys I would like to make this clear before you read on, that this is me asking for your views and opinions. I do not seek an argument and those that choose then I have no time at all for. In these times we need to stick together and any view is always welcome. Arsene Wenger is a great manager (Of course) No question. Arsene Wenger is also a phenomenal businessman (Without question), and without shadow of a doubt the worlds best.

Arsenal just need Olivier Giroud, David Dein, and a Winning Mentality for Success! 15

Posted on June 01, 2012 by admin

A Blueprint for Success by Johnny H.

Despite a roller coaster ride of a season, Arsenal finished in a respectable third place, above both Tottenham and Chelsea and for the 15th consecutive year qualified for next season’s highly lucrative Champions League.
But once again the team fell short in the cup competitions. From being an irritation, seven years without silverware has now turned into a far more serious issue.

Will S: Arsenal need David Dein back, and here is why! 12

Posted on August 23, 2011 by Nitesh

I was walking back from the Arsenal vs Liverpool game. I’d just watched a very depleted Arsenal get beaten 2-0 by a side that had invested 100 million pounds in the previous two transfer windows. It was the clearest image I’ve seen of two teams going in opposite directions. Both aiming for a Champions League spot, however it was the one from Merseyside that seemed to be heading for the European promise land.

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