Tag Archives: sustainability

Should Arsenal have offered £42m for Suarez – will lessons be learned?

Looking back on the season at this point at the beginning of March, one can say that there have been positive signs in terms of us being competitive with Manchester City and Chelsea, two clubs backed by enormously wealthy owners. … Continue reading

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The Special Horse Fails at the First Hurdle: Arsene v Mourinho

These days nothing makes me spring to Arsene Wenger’s defence quicker than absurd comments which call his managerial ability into question. This week, I felt compelled to defend him on a forum where people who were ostensibly Arsenal fans were … Continue reading

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Wenger is right to believe in our future: Sustainability is working!

 Sustainability.  This has been identified as a main theme in all aspects of Arsene Wenger’s dealings with the club.  Whether it is financial sustainability, our style of play being constant or the caliber of player we are now buying, sustainability … Continue reading

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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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Forget about buying 5 top players – Put your trust in Arsenal’s Evolution!

There is a lot of hope, or should I say expectation, in Goonerworld that Arsene/al will go all out and buy five or more top players this summer. I have heard this so many times in previous seasons, and yet, it … 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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Arsenal need to cut through the cost cutting!

It is quite evident that the Arsenal transfer policy has been a really divisive issue between the fans. No one doubts the fervent desire of both sides of the divide for their team to do well and win trophies, but … Continue reading

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