Time, as they say, is one unit that many humans underestimate or maybe care less about. You could either plan for a meeting to take place at 2pm only for associates to report 15 minutes late and maybe, just maybe, you had a plane to catch at exactly 3pm.
Well, it is now vivid that Money is the substitute to time, you throw it (money) around and it will almost certainly counter time. This explains why the Abu Dhabi’s expensively assembled squad has risen over the time oriented youth policy of Arsene Wenger’s regime. What I mean to say is, Wenger should systematically, but gradually, change his policy to suit the modern world.
As we have seen youth will only bring you closer to success only to be lured away by money when they are almost ready to deliver. This however does not mean going overboard in spending, but going for proven talent that are already prepared to deliver.
Wenger has also been keen to add French or French-speaking players, making Arsenal almost a French national team.
In recent windows, however, I have noted the addition of German players, something that comes to no surprise at all to me and which is also a positive sign toward getting rid of the less loyal French players.
Let’s hope that Wenger is learning and builds a less youthful and more multilingual squad in seasons to come.
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