By 1970’s Gooner
I used the same title after the defeat by Liverpool. And of course the same arguments made then in this blog came to haunt us.
The most important is Wenger’s inability to buy during the summer window ESPECIALLY when he knew that both Cesc and Nasri will leave. A big mistake, a very big mistake.
Now we are out of the title race and even if we make signings in these last few days it is probably too late to win anything this year.
Who would want to come and join this Arsenal side? A side which has no ambition, is stuffed by very young players and gets stuffed for eight at Manchester United.
This is Wenger’s biggest mistake. Not strengthening in the key positions that everyone can see we need help.
Central defenders, midfielders (defensive and play making) as well as another striker.
He is actually taking us for a ride I think.
He never has the title as his major objective. It is fairly obvious by now. If he had he would have paid a few quid over the odds and taken those players we needed.
But no he has to buy cheap and young and develop his own players.
As I said before, this model may be economically viable but is not sustainable as far as us the fans are concerned.
Next year RVP will want off and after that Wilshere and a few others as they realize like Cesc did and Nasri that by staying they will be wasting their time and their careers.
I am sorry Mr Wenger but we want to win something and that is certainly not the Banker’s nor the new owner’s approval.