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    (Original post by parker_15)
    Clearly it's a matter of the board. The board lack direction and as long as Stan Kroenke is content with the level of profit he turns year in year out then there will be no pressure on Wenger for his job and that is the case - he doesn't feel threatened and feels he is the beating heart of arsenal!

    There needs to be serious demonstrations from the supporters - do you think that fans of a team such as Juventus or Real Madrid would stand by and watch this happen?
    They would take to the streets and publicly voice their opinions!

    I feel the it should be done here.
    Wenger should not have a contract renewed - even if he were to win a trophy this season his tenure is over.
    I have much respect for the man but want to see a new era dominated by Usmanov and a spending revolution.


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    Big mistake.

    We have the money, just not the direction. In no way do I want Arsenal to become that mans plaything, would make any victories thereafter a bit 'empty'.
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    Arsenal have also apparently made a bid for another midfielder, geoffrey kondogbia... not an official source though:

    http://indexfootball.com/?p=1019&utm...ex+Football%29
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    What's the point of having a striker like michu who can finish chances when the major problem is not creating the chances in the first place! We need a strike who can make his own chances out of nothing and a who is a skill full dribbler to get past his player
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    Could've gotten Fellaini for a decent price like 3 weeks ago :rolleyes:
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    http://football-talk.co.uk/82029/ars...ichu-williams/
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    We should pursue Mamadou Sakho, he seems like a very good option.
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    (Original post by Zürich)
    Why the **** are we in for Cabaye when were in desperate need of a DM, defenders, a winger, a GK and a striker. Cabaye would be behind Wilshere, Cazorla and imo Rosicky if he joined so no idea wtf we're doing here.
    depth you fool, who do you think was playing in tiote's position when he was suspended/at ACON
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    (Original post by 419)
    Could've gotten Fellaini for a decent price like 3 weeks ago :rolleyes:
    How? Thought his release clause was at £22M a few weeks ago, which has since expired, and it looks like his price hasn't jumped if United seriously think they can nab him for £16M?
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    (Original post by nosaer)
    How? Thought his release clause was at £22M a few weeks ago, which has since expired, and it looks like his price hasn't jumped if United seriously think they can nab him for £16M?
    Huh? Try that again.
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    We also probably could've had Jovetic for 25mil at the beginning of the summer, which would've been pretty ideal.
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    Rofl Arsenal bid 10m


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    Bid has been rejected for Yohan Cabaye.
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    Kondogbia can cover in defense too can't he?? Would seem like a very good purchase, which no doubt means it's not gonna ever happen.
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    http://www.itv.com/sport/football/up...ng-to-reports/
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    not sure about the Yohan Cabaye bid i mean that department isn't the first priority; what we need is to strengthen our defence which is leaked like bad plumbing in the last game and also get a good 20goals+ striker...every other team has shown more ambition then us in this transfer market, hopefully we make up for it in these last 2 weeks but its highly unlikely
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    (Original post by Arturo Bandini)
    Kondogbia can cover in defense too can't he?? Would seem like a very good purchase, which no doubt means it's not gonna ever happen.
    That's what I said but nooooo I get negged for it.
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    and sky sports have just reported that newcastle have rejected the Cabaye bid; its like other teams have all secretly agreed not to sell us anyone this year :lol:
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    (Original post by 419)
    Huh? Try that again.
    OK here goes: How could we have gotten Fellaini for a decent price like 3 weeks ago?
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    (Original post by Arturo Bandini)
    Kondogbia can cover in defense too can't he?? Would seem like a very good purchase, which no doubt means it's not gonna ever happen.
    He'd be a really great purchase no doubt. But I doubt Sevilla will sell and his also partially 3rd party owned and just starting to get exposure so I doubt they'd want to sell as well. Silly money like 20m could do it though but Arsene aint spending that.
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    (Original post by nosaer)
    OK here goes: How could we have gotten Fellaini for a decent price like 3 weeks ago?
    Because that's when his clause expired................
 
 
 
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