Kialos wrote:Until this club is operated with a modicum of medium to long term strategic planning we will always be treading water. Pellegrini is good but he's not a miracle worker and he is forever hampered by having utter morons as bosses.
I agree, of course, but am hoping you are underestimating MP.
One thing we have to give credit for is having a manager pursuing a set plan irrespective of Sullivan. Bringing Snodgrass back, giving time to Diagana, dropping Anderson when it suited, spending £60m on 2 players, giving Wilshere a 3 year contract (!), resisting the chance to sell Marko for a quick profit - all of those things surprised me and suggest a manager with free reign.
Maybe, just maybe, the events of last March shook Kim Jong David up, just a little.
We have a manager with feck all to lose and he seems determined to play things his way. Exciting times ladies and gentlemen.