Is the manager selection process based around populism by Dan the Cannon
Well we find ourselves about a month into the interim management period and seemingly no further forward.
With the January transfer window coming up quickly, I’m questioning if the board has any plan or road map for our club right now. What type of club are we to be, what’s the targets, the budget available and the style of play. It seems Arsenal’s plan is no plan right now.
The sacking of Unai was coming for a couple of months and yet we haven’t acted decisively.
Freddie is doing a job with little back room resource and on a day by day basis when we need a vision and change on a long term basis to get the ideas transferred from the training pitch to the competitive field.
It seems the board are placing names out into the media, basing a lot on candidate availability, and looking at the fan base reaction to guide a decision rather than to implement a pre-determined plan.
While our opinions should have a voice I’m sure you will agree us fans can only agree on one thing, that we usually disagree with each other on balance.
I wish our club was clear and decisive in its actions because that is what successful clubs do and right now we ain’t one of them!
If it’s to be Freddie give him half a chance and back him. If not him then go out and get the manager you want not just who available. Ambition starts from the top!
Dan the cannon
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