Among the comments to yesterday’s blog, Don Raul Is Acting Dodgy, Finsbury suggested the Board of Directors may be revolting against the policies of Raul and Josh.
One very weird thing I have noticed from Raul’s “I really like Raul” PR team:
The keep referring to him as a “football man”, when a simple glance at his record tells everyone otherwise.
Why is that?
Most strange. And just a little bit sinister, but I’m going to err on the side of craven stupidity as I don’t want to think the worst of people.
However it’s clear people out there have identified the source of the club’s recent vindictive and vile conduct and have called it out.
Draining away of the Arsenal DNA
Every week there’s a new low and this week we have the undignified spectacle of our neutered Board members trying to revolt against the owners appointee and his attempt to block them bringing in O’Leary, something they could’ve done long ago which means they’re at the point where for them it is: anyone but Raul.
Leaks to the Mirror via Cross?
“The DNA that made Arsenal the club it was has slowly but surely drained away. Appointments have been made – both before and after Wenger’s departure – that either didn’t work out or aren’t working out”
“Some staff fear Emery now faces an impossible task to revive a club that has lost its heart and soul since Wenger’s reign came to an end. Just 18 months after leaving the club, insiders claim Wenger’s legacy has been destroyed by a string of disastrous high-level appointments.”
Appointments. Plural. More then one.
Absolutely no doubt that these alleged quotes wherever they be coming from are directed at one person and that is not the discredited coach who’s rep in now trash but the person keeping his gimp in the job.
If a Board who have no power are revolting like this against Josh Kroenke then yes this week was another low as it shows that even the old board members are distraught at what is happening to the club.
This is: The Emery Degeneracy.
The latest shiny stage production brought to you by Raul The Cowboy. His sequel to Neymar and the Death of Brazilian Football (7-1 + Brand Neymar) and Barcelona you’d have thought he’d have to make an effort to top that effort.
Well…Luiz is now the shepeard of our defence (7-1).
Editor: Says it all, really.