Moshiri can throw as much money around as he wants. I don't care. Similarly I couldn't care less what Jim White says. Koeman did very well last season. Nobody stuck by him this season and Moshiri listened to the overwhelming callls for him to be sacked, then did. What's the issue then?
It just doesn't come across as very professional or the actions of a well run business. If he was quietly tipping of some respected journalists then fine but giving the biggest mouth on TV a platform doesn't seem the brightest thing to do. As for the money thing, fair enough, I don't care either but when he's chucking £45m at a player we didn't need while totally neglecting other areas of the pitch then it becomes a concern. It's not so much the money it's the action, it just doesn't come across as very well planned out and as if he thinks you can just keep chucking money at a problem, sooner or later the problem needs fixed.
I'm not really buying the "he knows his stuff, he was at Arsenal for years" that people have come out with in the past, I don't think he was very hands on there, if at all and right now to me he comes across as more Tony Fernandes and a bit naive than some highly skilled football club owner.