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Signs are Arsene Wenger is seeing his contract out
Merlion96 (IP Logged)
12 April, 2018 05:27
There are no worry on empty seats at Emirates with the Kroenke Family can't be arsed about it as long as commercial businesses keep on growing and as long as Arsene Wenger controls expenditures to turn in a decent profit.

Arsene Wenger had given up Top-4 race and focussed on winning Europa Cup now.

And he is Mr Tinkerman.
That is, using the last 8 league games to fine-tune the players he intended to keep to play WengerBall; and to get rid of those players that led him down this season.

prepare for more Reserve players in league games and the many combinations he will field to find out which players can gel with his core of Ozil, Aubameyang, Mkhitaryan and Ramsey.

The rest are playing for their future in 2018/19 team.

 
Re: Signs are Arsene Wenger is seeing his contract out
BootyDaddy (IP Logged)
12 April, 2018 10:48
See out his contract? I fully expect the moral-less c.unt to sign another extension!



Albert Einstein once said: "Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results."

 
Re: Signs are Arsene Wenger is seeing his contract out
sinpa01 (IP Logged)
12 April, 2018 18:21
I cannot believe he will stay on another year let alone sign an extension!

Man the board club and owners have lost the plot!!!

They are loosing so much fan base!

 
Re: Signs are Arsene Wenger is seeing his contract out
Optimistic Gunner (IP Logged)
12 April, 2018 20:38
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BootyDaddy
See out his contract? I fully expect the moral-less c.unt to sign another extension!



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Re: Signs are Arsene Wenger is seeing his contract out
Merlion96 (IP Logged)
12 April, 2018 23:09
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sinpa01
I cannot believe he will stay on another year let alone sign an extension!
Man the board club and owners have lost the plot!!!

They are loosing so much fan base!

It is no great loss to them since TV Broadcasting revenues had overtaken matchday revenues, plus growing global fan base and overseas commercial busiensses are growing rapidly.



"Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is a success.”
Henry Ford

 
Re: Signs are Arsene Wenger is seeing his contract out
CazOnARola (IP Logged)
13 April, 2018 03:10
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Merlion96
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sinpa01
I cannot believe he will stay on another year let alone sign an extension!
Man the board club and owners have lost the plot!!!

They are loosing so much fan base!

It is no great loss to them since TV Broadcasting revenues had overtaken matchday revenues, plus growing global fan base and overseas commercial busiensses are growing rapidly.

Its not growing at the pace that it shouls be when compared to chelsea and city for e.g.. Even if you are only interested in money, u would want wenger gone.

Also we depend on match day fees far more than the likes of united, city, Chelsea. Maybe padre knows and can confirm

 
Re: Signs are Arsene Wenger is seeing his contract out
Optimistic Gunner (IP Logged)
14 April, 2018 20:46
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Merlion96
plus growing global fan base and overseas commercial busiensses are growing rapidly.

I highly doubt our international fanbase is growing.

Why would kids in other countries want be an Arsenal supporter after seeing how mediorce we are now?

We don't even play good football anymore, plus the only really big star we have is Ozil and he is not flashy enough to attract people to support Arsenal.

If you are just getting into football then really is no reason to choose Arsenal as your team anymore.



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Re: Signs are Arsene Wenger is seeing his contract out
Merlion96 (IP Logged)
15 April, 2018 01:52
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Optimistic Gunner
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Merlion96
plus growing global fan base and overseas commercial busiensses are growing rapidly.

I highly doubt our international fanbase is growing.

Why would kids in other countries want be an Arsenal supporter after seeing how mediorce we are now?

We don't even play good football anymore, plus the only really big star we have is Ozil and he is not flashy enough to attract people to support Arsenal.

If you are just getting into football then really is no reason to choose Arsenal as your team anymore.

It is known as marketing.
Like why would Islington-born Arsenal fans still renewing their season tickets?



"Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is a success.”
Henry Ford

 
Re: Signs are Arsene Wenger is seeing his contract out
CazOnARola (IP Logged)
15 April, 2018 05:04
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Merlion96
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Optimistic Gunner
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Merlion96
plus growing global fan base and overseas commercial busiensses are growing rapidly.

I highly doubt our international fanbase is growing.

Why would kids in other countries want be an Arsenal supporter after seeing how mediorce we are now?

We don't even play good football anymore, plus the only really big star we have is Ozil and he is not flashy enough to attract people to support Arsenal.

If you are just getting into football then really is no reason to choose Arsenal as your team anymore.

It is known as marketing.
Like why would Islington-born Arsenal fans still renewing their season tickets?
Marketing doesnt work without winning.

Yo a new customer, city and even spurs will look attractive not to mention pool.

And I'm taking about overseas where thsts no connection or affinity to London.

And its not like the other clubs aren't marketing. And if city is employing the best coaches, players etc, do you think they are song second rate marketing?

There's fierce competition everywhere and if we don't win europa, it's a big loss to the top brass at arsenal


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