Column: So are Arsenal in crisis or not?
15 May 2019
Feelings on whether the storied London club are on a stable path back to their former heights are as mercurial as the team’s form on and off the pitch.
If the club appoints former player Edu, he might arrive too late - and Arsenal may feel pressure to make a “major buy” without intelligent direction.
Seems like there are staffing issues at the club - a toxic mix of conflicting ideologies, egos and missed opportunities.
Your views on the state of Arsenal Football Club will likely depend on whether you’re a glass-half-full or half-empty type.
On the one hand, Arsenal have crashed and burned in the latter part of the Premier League season, turning in a series of uninspiring domestic performances under freshman manager, Unai Emery. Losses to Everton, Crystal Palace, Wolves and Leicester since April have seen them miss out on fourth place and potentially another Champions League berth.
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