Tag Archives: FFP

FFP – Fundamentally Flawed Policy? Why Freedom is Best.

As many of you who may have followed my occasional warbling will have noticed, there is a common theme in which I have bemoaned the arrival of the ‘meddling’ multi-billionaires and oil rich state owned corporations into football, but also … Continue reading

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We Need An Oligarch, Please!

It may be time to revisit an old conundrum which has divided the fan base for some time, and it regards the very essence of our club. It is an overview of the club’s ownership, and how that affects each … Continue reading

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How many PL clubs are as fortunate as Arsenal? A strategic analysis

Troubled times or big opportunities for Arsenal? The name of this Blog is, in large part, a reflection on a great Arsenal footballer revered by many, who, together with Arsene Wenger, helped to introduce the concept of playing a wonderful … Continue reading

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Wenger’s Arsenal; Past – Present – Future. How will it all end?

As regards ‘Arsenal Past’ we all are aware of the fantastic trophy filled past successes of Arsene Wenger in the period from his appointment as coach in 1996 and through until 2005. In the eyes of some fans, it has … Continue reading

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Why key players have left Arsenal and how to stop it happening again

Nowadays in football there is no loyalty. This is because of one reason, and one reason alone: football is now a business, and everyone knows that there are no friends in business. Everyone now involved in football, whether that be … Continue reading

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Financial Fair Play: The BIG Con?

The more reasonable minded fans have stuck with Arsenal’s financial self sustainability model, and understood the need for the financial restrictions under which Arsene Wenger has had to work in the transfer market. They, like fans at other clubs, have … Continue reading

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