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I think it does matter though if the culprit is still there functioning within the club, which in my opinion he is. I see little to no reason how Koeman could be implicated in any failure to secure a striker, with the exception that his list entailed players that were so far out of reach they weren't realistic, but considering Giroud was our main target and he was in the building I cant see it. I can't categorically state that it was Walsh's fault either, but whoever it is that does the negotiating and deals with transfers should be fired, regardless of who they are.
I think koeman is a little spoilt he wanted who he wanted and there wasn't much room to deviate from it. I tend to blame koeman directly but then it does lead to the question of is Walsh weak and have the roles of manager and DOF been set out right. Think it's a mess both of individuals and the overall structures making
Which means the real problem is even higher up.Give you a clue - he smiled and waved at the camera as Sanchez goal hit the back of the fucking net.
I'd fucked off to the gym by then. Was it moshiri? I tend to think he knows fuck all about football right down to actually not knowing that he knows fuck all about football. We've gone to being a shambolic business to fixing that and being shambolic in football matters
I would love to hear his thoughts on the make-up of this squad and why we bought who we bought.This team has no strengths.
Our recruitment policy seems to be 'sign all the Prem's shite team's best players and see how that goes'.
Well Koeman did say more than once he wanted to sign players who had 'good stats' so we bought three players who have good stats, Sig/Sandro/Klaassan without thinking about how we could get them into the team. It's almost as if we bought them on that basis and threw them together and hoped it'd work.
Guilt by association, fuck him off
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