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Re: Arsenal declare financial results
Posted by: RadioFreeArsenal
Date: 28/02/2012 18:44
Actually the Swiss Ramble is pretty good, to be Celine in terms of breaking things dowen so we can better if not completely understand all of this. Certainly worth a look at least.

I think the title symbloizes something. Here. "Arsenal's Mystery Dance" - I think he is beginning to question more clearly what is going on and why as well and whether the supporters and being well-served by our Club its Board and ownership of being fed a lot of b.s.

Thge tone of this piece is clearly more questioning than his earlier analysis fo the Club though to be fair I think the Club has carried on this mystery dance far longer than his title seems ro imply.

Also worth nopting is this quote from an earlier piece in 2010

"Some people have claimed that the Board’s desire to reduce the debt is part of some sort of Machiavellian scheme to make the club more attractive to a prospective purchaser like “Silent Stan” Kroenke or Alisher “Fat Boy Fat” Usmanov. Granted, both Danny Fiszman and Peter Hill-Wood have sold shares to Kroenke, but this does feel like a conspiracy theory too far..."

Wonder what he is thinking about that theory too far now?

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