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Emery Out + Sack Unai Emery in January 2020 Bumper thread
Posted by: Merlion96 (IP Logged)
Date: 14 July, 2019 10:08

Every manager and his dog "knew" about Arsenal so-called £45m player transfer funds.


But if we amortise this summer player transfer fees over 5-year period, theoretically, we have 45 x 5 = £225m transfer funds.


That is, to comply with FFP, we will only budget £45m for FY2019 player transfer expenditures.


But the problem is that all our rivals knew this as well. And why Tint Totts are doing is forcing us to pay more upfront for Saliba if we are keen on him.

Every club can out-bid us by simply offer to pay more than £45m upfront to force us out of the bidding.


And I doubt very much we can sign any players whose price range is above £45m with sellers demanding payment upfront.


And so, Emery is forced to look for bargains in the £25m range and no more.


Conclusion?

We will not look for another experienced CB.

Sallehi will instruct Emery to develop HIS team to improve from last season or else.

1 - Sokratis
2 - Mustafi
3 - Holding
4 - Monreal
5 - Chambers
6 - Mavropanos
7 - Medley

DEFENCE leaked 5 goals with MIDFIELD being the primary culprit for not shielding Back-4.
We should see a better MIDFIELD and should leak less than 51 goals this season.

And this is the Top-6 team for 2019/20 season with a 50:50 chance of sneaking into Top-4 with both Chelski and ManU in transition.

And we hope Tiny Totts will start to unravel with their marque players demanding a boost in salary, re-structuring their defence and of course, with Eriksen leaving and Son, Kane and Alii hitting a wall due to lack of incentives and frustrating of another trophyless season yet again.

It will be criminal if Emery cannot capitalise on Tiny Totts' perennial slipups.

Most of you said to give Emery a 2nd season.
SO he will and please, no lame excuse as he cannot buy players. Just get on with this bunch and improve on their team-works and score more goals than last season.

Sack him in January 2020 if we out out of Top-4 race by December 2019.



'We can strive to act as best as we can, but we can never completely control the outcome. … … but if we make our goal simply doing the best we can, then nothing can get in our way' Stoicism



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 15/09/2019 18:08 by Padre Pio.

Re: Sack Unai Emery in January 2020 ...
Posted by: Merlion96 (IP Logged)
Date: 09 August, 2019 07:33

And guys, that was what I meant by amortisation.
And kudos to Raul for taking full advantage of it to pay by instalments and still stay within that 45-mil budget.



'We can strive to act as best as we can, but we can never completely control the outcome. … … but if we make our goal simply doing the best we can, then nothing can get in our way' Stoicism

Re: Sack Unai Emery in January 2020 ...
Posted by: Merlion96 (IP Logged)
Date: 09 August, 2019 07:37

[www.express.co.uk]

The Emirates board then broke the bank on a £72m deal for Nicolas Pepe, with Arsenal stumping up an initial £20m with the difference being paid in instalments over the next five years.
A summer-long pursuit of Celtic left-back Kieran Tierney finally ended on deadline day as the Scotland international joined for £25m - but that wasn’t the end of it.
In a shock revelation, David Luiz wanted to move from Chelsea to Arsenal and got his deal over the line just in time for £8m.

Arsenal net spend - summer 2019
Incomings: £138m (Martinelli, Saliba, Pepe, Tierney, Luiz)
Outgoings: £54.5m (Ospina, Bielik, Asano, Koscielny, Iwobi)
Net spend: £118.5m
The fees are full sums including add-ons and not taking into account amortisation



'We can strive to act as best as we can, but we can never completely control the outcome. … … but if we make our goal simply doing the best we can, then nothing can get in our way' Stoicism

Re: Sack Unai Emery in January 2020 ...
Posted by: Gooner Sod (IP Logged)
Date: 09 August, 2019 15:40

Merlion, not many clubs are paying full transfer fees upfront unless they trigger the buyout clause of an unwilling seller like Neymar to PSG.

Do you really think Man Utd gave Leicester £80m upfront for Maguire? The negotiations wouldn't take so long if that was the case.

The media are only reporting about our instalments because they were all dead wrong about our £45m transfer spend. That's a good way for them to save face so we keep believing what they write in future.

Basically for once, Stan allowed the club to spend for reasons unknown. But it means Emery is under massive pressure as now results will be expected. This is the way big clubs like Arsenal should operate.

Re: Sack Unai Emery in January 2020 ...
Posted by: Merlion96 (IP Logged)
Date: 09 August, 2019 17:31

That is correct.
Least we forget, there is a massive debt burden due about now for those amortisation purchase starting in 2013 with Ozil, Mustafi, Xhaka, Lacazette, Aubameyang, Leno and Torreira that will eat into out finance for the next 3 seasons which can only be paid off by selling one 30-mil plus player per season.

Now, you understand why Arsene Wenger turned a profit virtually every season by buying and selling players to help to finance Emirates Debt then via amortisation and selling marquee players every season; Fabregas being the last.
Adebayor, Nasri and Van Persie were forced sales with them threatening to rundown their contract.

And why SIlent Stan is still imposing that self-sustainable model even on Raul and Venkat.



'We can strive to act as best as we can, but we can never completely control the outcome. … … but if we make our goal simply doing the best we can, then nothing can get in our way' Stoicism

Re: Sack Unai Emery in January 2020 ...
Posted by: CazOnARola (IP Logged)
Date: 09 August, 2019 19:11

Yeah but raul and venkat have done a better job at getting rid of players we don't need. Unlike chsmakh and bendtner and co. who just sat here doing nothing

Re: Sack Unai Emery in January 2020 ...
Posted by: Merlion96 (IP Logged)
Date: 10 August, 2019 03:32

Certainly. Job half-done.
Let's hope he can move Elneny and Mustafi by 2 September.

One surprise may be that Raul may be able to move Kolasinac this month as he has better resale value than Monreal.

Plus, perhaps move Xhaka and Mkhitaryan by Jan 2020 or summer 2020 with new crop of youngsters moving into senior squad.

Monreal is on his last leg and we need to buy a back-up to Teirney during Jan 2020.

More drama before all transfer windows are closed.



'We can strive to act as best as we can, but we can never completely control the outcome. … … but if we make our goal simply doing the best we can, then nothing can get in our way' Stoicism

Re: Sack Unai Emery in January 2020 ...
Posted by: Flava (IP Logged)
Date: 10 August, 2019 07:31

Quote:
Merlion96
https://www.express.co.uk/sport/football/1163536/Arsenal-transfer-news-net-spend-summer-window-2019-David-Luiz-Kieran-Tierney
The Emirates board then broke the bank on a £72m deal for Nicolas Pepe, with Arsenal stumping up an initial £20m with the difference being paid in instalments over the next five years.
A summer-long pursuit of Celtic left-back Kieran Tierney finally ended on deadline day as the Scotland international joined for £25m - but that wasn’t the end of it.
In a shock revelation, David Luiz wanted to move from Chelsea to Arsenal and got his deal over the line just in time for £8m.

Arsenal net spend - summer 2019
Incomings: £138m (Martinelli, Saliba, Pepe, Tierney, Luiz)
Outgoings: £54.5m (Ospina, Bielik, Asano, Koscielny, Iwobi)
Net spend: £118.5m
The fees are full sums including add-ons and not taking into account amortisation

How does £138m - £54m = £118m

Re: Sack Unai Emery in January 2020 ...
Posted by: Bergmars (IP Logged)
Date: 10 August, 2019 08:53

Silly



Under new managment

Re: Sack Unai Emery in January 2020 ...
Posted by: Merlion96 (IP Logged)
Date: 15 September, 2019 17:28

Are I silly now?

Ooi, FLava, I beat you to the punch! (Sm128)



'We can strive to act as best as we can, but we can never completely control the outcome. … … but if we make our goal simply doing the best we can, then nothing can get in our way' Stoicism

Re: Sack Unai Emery in January 2020 ...
Posted by: Willy (IP Logged)
Date: 15 September, 2019 17:42

Who would you want instead though?

Re: Sack Unai Emery in January 2020 ...
Posted by: Merlion96 (IP Logged)
Date: 15 September, 2019 17:45

Easy.
Sack Emery by January 2020 if we are not Top-4 and still fighting in all FOUR competitions; of course, one of them being Top-4 that is as good as winning a cup competition.

I believe that is the KPI for Emery if he wishes to extend his contract.



'We can strive to act as best as we can, but we can never completely control the outcome. … … but if we make our goal simply doing the best we can, then nothing can get in our way' Stoicism

Re: Sack Unai Emery in January 2020 ...
Posted by: CazOnARola (IP Logged)
Date: 15 September, 2019 17:57

We have invested heavily in emery. Saliba is an example.

Don't forget that AMN and Kolasinac were shocking on the ball.

Bellerin and Tierney will make a big difference offensively esp in keeping possession and defensively it will be difficult to do worse.

Pepe looks a little lost. I can understand that it will take time for him to gauge how quickly you get close down in the epl and refs allow what would be fouls in other leagues/ucl.
But it seems like emery hasn't been able to tell him what positions he needs to take on the pitch and he seems to be completely out of sync with his team. Having an idiot like AMN along side hasnt helped.

AMN, the moment he enters the opposition half thinks he needs to take on players

Re: Sack Unai Emery in January 2020 ...
Posted by: Merlion96 (IP Logged)
Date: 15 September, 2019 18:04

Caz, in this team, I doubt very much Bellerin and Tierney will make a difference as both of them will be caught high up the pitch and leave the defence exposed.

The key point is that Emery still has not develop a ball-winning midfield that can instantly pressurised ball carrier once the ball is lost … like Liverpool after 4 years of development by Klopp to what it is today.

Doubt very much Emery has the nous and man-management skills to develop Arsenal to Liverpool level even giving him 4 years.



'We can strive to act as best as we can, but we can never completely control the outcome. … … but if we make our goal simply doing the best we can, then nothing can get in our way' Stoicism

Emery out
Posted by: Flava (IP Logged)
Date: 15 September, 2019 17:24

Nothing has changed. We’ve spent a lot of money, the defence is still rubbish and the football is worse.

There, I’ve said it

Re: Emery out
Posted by: Boston Gooner (IP Logged)
Date: 15 September, 2019 17:27

Quote:
Flava
Nothing has changed. We’ve spent a lot of money, the defence is still rubbish and the football is worse.
There, I’ve said it

Totally agree.



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Re: Emery out
Posted by: tigerline (IP Logged)
Date: 15 September, 2019 17:28

After last season’s horrific collapse, Emery was on a very short leash.
Today’s second half was as poorly managed as I have ever seen.
23 shots to 4 in the second half.

He must be gone as soon as possible.

Re: Emery out
Posted by: Merlion96 (IP Logged)
Date: 15 September, 2019 17:29

Ooi, Flava, I had beaten you to the punch! (Sm128)



'We can strive to act as best as we can, but we can never completely control the outcome. … … but if we make our goal simply doing the best we can, then nothing can get in our way' Stoicism

Re: Emery out
Posted by: Gunnersingh1 (IP Logged)
Date: 15 September, 2019 17:31

Any decent manager would havw said we've bewn lucky @#$%& around twice at the back, swcond half kick it long.

It's simply Emery's fault we didn't win that game!

Emery's subs were horrfic too!

Re: Emery out
Posted by: Kalela (IP Logged)
Date: 15 September, 2019 17:34

He was better with his substitutions last season. I am not sure why he went away from that midfield trio (Willock, Guendouzi and Ceballos) that was good in all games except for the Liverpool one.

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