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The Board, Arsene Wenger, Van Persie and Alex Song …Smoke and mirrors! 19

Posted on August 16, 2012 by admin

Where does the real truth Lay?? by OzzyAFC

We all knew it would happen, Most didn’t want it to Happen and No one wanted it to happen this way but it has Robin Van Persie no longer scores when he wants…at least not in an Arsenal shirt any more . Now while a great many of us pause to reflect on what has happened here I have to admit that I am relieved it’s over even if the outcome has made me sick to my stomach.

John-Wenger the puppet for a useless board 8

Posted on July 27, 2012 by admin

Dear Gooners

I wish you all very well. Today is just a small blog from myself and I’m asking you guys what I have asked many times before. Can we now not see that our club is being wrecked buy a board that only has desire to make money? Wenger has taken so much abuse from some of the people on this site, but I’m telling I am 100 percent sure the board have said, (Right Wenger, we will give you this to spend and just keep us in the top 6). Even if you read Van Persie’s statement, he speaks highly of Wenger but chooses not to mention the men upstairs. Wenger has made it clear that he wants to keep Van Persie until his contract expires. So does this now not put all the rubbish to one side and tell us it’s not Wengers fault?

Money not platitudes are needed to take Arsenal back to the top-Michael 13

Posted on July 25, 2012 by admin

Who does Wenger think he is fooling when he says that he believes that Arsenal can win the league?

When there was a level playing field Arsenal could proudly boast to being a top team, capable of winning the league and every other competition; but with the arrival of the oligarch to West London and the sheikh to Manchester, everything changed.
Abramovich threw hundreds of millions at his pet project and if something didn’t work he threw it away and started again.

Sheikh Mansour has done exactly the same at Manchester City; the difference being that part of the building process has involved taking some of Arsenal’s best talent.

Steve: Show us how many Arsenal fans want Usmanov? 14

Posted on July 10, 2012 by admin

Webmaster,

First of all, a big shout out to you for creating and maintaining a blog for the fans of our football club.

I am, and have always been, a very passionate Arsenal supporter and am becoming increasingly frustrated with the club and its directors.

In response to Alisher Usmanov’s open letter to the current board of directors of Arsenal Holdings plc, in which he acknowledged the power of the voice of the fans through social media sites, I created a simple voting webpage on which the fans of Arsenal can vote on whether or not they would like Usmanov to be given a seat on the board.

Mategyero – Van Persie has given Arsenal fans the facts 11

Posted on July 09, 2012 by admin

Why Robin Loves Arsenal. by Mategyero

A few days ago when Robin van Persie released a statement to the fans about his future at the club, many things have happened. Some fans have been furious, while others asking him for a second chance! In fact, a facebook fan page was created for just that. The aim of the page was to get 20,000 fans to show Robin that we still need him around. The last time I checked, the page had surpassed 12K fans. Incredible isn’t it?

It was love.

Julius: It’s time for Arsenal fans to protest against the Board 22

Posted on July 09, 2012 by Nitesh

Van Persie is proof that the Board are to blame by Julius

Well it seems what I expected to happen at the end of the season occurred. A star player leaves again and Hill-Wood talks utter nonsense. Please bear with me when I say that the evil tides at the club wasn’t bad luck, but pre-determined by people. Van Persie is going (AGAIN) and the board don’t want to change their stand on this growing tide among star players at the club. My opinion is that:

1. They (the board) knew Van Persie was not going to renew his contract. So they barred him from speaking to the press.

John: Wenger should walk while he can, but not because he can’t win anything 26

Posted on January 31, 2012 by Nitesh

Arsene Wenger - Lucifer or the football Messiah.

Hello fellow Gooners or of late some who I question. A hot topic for you all.

Now I have been called Wengers love child and a many other things when it comes to our greatest ever manager (well in my opinion). But I want a honest view from you all on this man and where you think this club is now going. As for me you all know by now I stick by Wenger and I’m willing to take the flack from all others on here. Call me old fashioned, call me complete loser or call me what ever you want. But I always believe in sticking by my own.

Paul: Time for the Arsenal board to embrace Usmanov 11

Posted on October 06, 2011 by Nitesh

I have said many times that supporters should stick together in this difficult period that we are going through at the moment and that still stands. However, after reading that Stan Kroenke has a estimated wealth of £1.85bn and Alisher Usmanov has an estimated wealth of £8bn and that these two billionaires who effectively own our club are in the top ten Football owners in this country it got me thinking— why are they not working together for good of our club.

Kroenke supports Arsene on his 15th Anniversary 5

Posted on September 30, 2011 by admin

Arsenal’s majority shareholder Stan Kroenke has backed Wenger and says the club has no plans to sack him. Kroenke has a reputation for staying out of the day to day business of the clubs he owns. But because of the poor start to the season he has felt the need to come out and support the French manager.

Speaking to the Daily Telegraph he said: “I love his focus. He is a very intelligent guy. You can talk to him about anything and, when he starts talking to people, I really love to listen to him. He should hold seminars he is so good at it. I have tremendous confidence in him. He is one of the great managers in the world.”

Nitesh: Analyzing Stan’s comments- Not so silent anymore ! 10

Posted on September 12, 2011 by Nitesh

Silent Stan is a nickname which has become synonymous while discussing the new Arsenal major shareholder, Stan Kroenke. After his takeover towards the end of last season, the Gooner faithful were hopeful that he would bring a strict firmness to the rather placid-looking boardroom and come down hard on any non-performers. But so far, most people have been disappointed with his rather meek role in the running of the team, and his non-action in the wake of the recent disappointing results.

But now, he has finally come out and given a few choice words in an interview which is as good as one could have hoped for.

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