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23 Jul 2018 07:22:07
Eds, any truth in the Gazidis going to Milan rumour? and if so who could replace him and what implications might his departure have on the club?

{Ed002's Note - Milan is currently in the hands of Vulture Capitalists whict a number of matters are addressed. They need a new Chief Evecutive to replace Fassone who went a few days ago. Gazidis is one who might do a very good job there. He will be attractive given Paul Singer knows IG, he worked with the MLS for a long time and critically has successful experience in Europe. Against it would be whether or not he has decided that he has done everything necessary at Arsenal and that it will likely only be a two year deal. Even if he feels he has Arsenal in a good position, he may want to stay at the helm for a while, or perhaps he will want a new short-term challenge?}

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23 Jul 2018 10:57:21
Very interesting insight there as usual Ed002!
Got a chance to go through the sharkpod, must say it's amazing. Always love the astute info. The papa song was on point! Cheers mate!

23 Jul 2018 13:40:47
I would have loved the gazidis of 2 or 3 years ago to have gone but in the last year or two he seems to have turned a corner and is making more of an effort with the fans.
However maybe we need a more ambitious chief exec. The competition is far more than 4 or 5 years ago. let's face it player and squad wise we are where we deserve to be. At least 4 teams and maybe 5 are better in the premier league.

23 Jul 2018 13:54:06
Goo riddance I say. I hate this celebrity culture that now surrounds chief execs. And he particularly loves the limelight. They’re there to look after the business side of things that’s it. Any high level business administrator could do the job.

24 Jul 2018 00:02:17
A lot of us seem to slag him off but is he really doing a bad job? Many of us myself included don't really know what he does at the club. Could be a lot.

My question to Ed is how do you think he has done at arsenal. Is he the man who has taken us into this new era if you would call it that. Such as getting sven and the other guy from Barcelona his name escapes me and more building a team to guide the team opposed to a manager doing a majority of the work like arsene was. I might be well of the mark but it's not something really discussed in the media so I've no idea.

24 Jul 2018 10:24:11
I think as Arsene became weaker and his grip on power at the club became less powerful others have sensed their opportunity to have a real input stepped up to the challenge of turning the club around.
With Arsene directing everything we were going nowhere but backwards and I think with a chance to reflect even Arsene himself would wish he'd been more prepared to listen to and let others have an input now.
Hindsight is a wonderful thing and most of us only really become really wise after the event.







 

 

 
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