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Francis Cagigao Sacked

Discussion in 'Arsenal Talk' started by yousif_arsenal, Aug 5, 2020.

  1. Macho

    Macho Well-Known Member

    I take it this is the restructuring KIA was hinting at a few weeks ago..
     
  2. dashsnow17

    dashsnow17 Established Member

    You know when a team has won the league and all the media are doing segments on how they did it and they make a documentary about the club's approach from top to bottom and how it has geared the club towards success etc etc...well how many of those things start with "so the first thing we did was fire the scouts..." ??

    My guess is...not many.
     
  3. albakos

    albakos Arséne Wenger: "I will miss you" Administrator

    This sounds bad.

    Raul and Kia are strengthening their grip and culling a key scout on this difficult period seems to be so much against the direction we should take.
     
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  4. Flying Okapis

    Flying Okapis Most Well-Known Member

    Probably going against the grain here but I dont really care for his sacking and see it as moving with the times; kids and young talents are getting shopped around the world by agents and representatives from ridiculously early ages now.

    We are hearing of 8-10yr olds being extreme talents, yes the rare Martinelli's slip through the cracks but he still had placements at Man Utd and Barcelona before us.

    I dont think scouts offer much value anymore, its all networking and databases these days, I doubt scouts are being trusted with their opinion on how good Willian is for example, managers and DoF's identify targets they want, I cant imagine many are going off the recommendation of a scout unless its really out of nowhere which is rare.

    If there is a 12yr old smashing it up over in the Pakistani youth level, chances are multiple clubs have already been alerted.

    Its why Man City have built links all across the globe and as the parent club, any young player does something in the US or Oz etc the national club will act as the scout and alert the parent club.

    There will still be scouting it will just be by links to clubs instead of the old style of scouting and it is important Arsenal build up this worldwide network asap.
     
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  5. dashsnow17

    dashsnow17 Established Member

  6. kraphtous

    kraphtous Raul Stanllehi

    Özil wins again.
     
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  7. FinnGooner

    FinnGooner Well-Known Member

    So sad that players have to try to be the moral spine here
     
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  8. Rex Banter

    Rex Banter Got Swerved By Gallas Trusted

    Scenes when the players start paying the staffs wages. What is going on?
     
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  9. Wryer

    Wryer Well-Known Member

    350k / 55 = average 6.4k a week for 55 employees.
    That made me threw up abit..
     
  10. FinnGooner

    FinnGooner Well-Known Member

    We are owned by Stan Kroenke, who is a vicious **** even by billionaire standards. That's what's going on. Now let's wait for him to collect a £2m consultation fee from the club for "streamlining the organizational structure at Arsenal"
     
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  11. say yes

    say yes To Sweet Soulful Vinai

    So apparently we’ve sacked all three of our most senior scouts, and have gutted the academy scouting department.

    Extremely worrying.
     
  12. OnlyOne

    OnlyOne Vinai Venkatesham Stan

    The players are adults, they know the landscape has changed, of course they are angry but they have finance professionals looking into the future.
     
  13. Rex Banter

    Rex Banter Got Swerved By Gallas Trusted

    Depends what they were told in the wage cut negotiations.
     
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  14. RunTheTrap

    RunTheTrap Well-Known Member

    I’m sorry but does anyone think the club is using Corona to make as many hierarchical changes as possible? Cutting the costs of player wages, (the only club in the PL to do so) Kroenke’s buying bonds, agent led transfers and now 55 redundancies. We weren’t the only club to lose revenue and we’re not the only self-sustaining club in the league. So what the hell with all these drastic changes? Are we really really broke? Is Stan struggling financially? What about all that money we saved for a rainy day after 20+ years in the Champions League? Does that money still exist? Or did we give it all to Raul and the lads?
    I’m surprised we didn’t try to furlough the staff tbh. Just what is going on with Arsenal?
     
  15. Troopz

    Troopz Well-Known Member

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    Don Raul, it’s time to go.
     
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  16. RunTheTrap

    RunTheTrap Well-Known Member

    This may come across as stupid but at this moment of time when stadiums are open just for the footballers playing can we expect proper on field scouting to take place? Maybe the redundancies are temporary, can a scout work from home? I don’t know but I think this all be temporary until football picks up again.
     
  17. field442

    field442 Hates Journalists Named James

    When they took the pay cut it was 12.5%. They just got 5% back for qualifying for the Europa League and that’s worth about £11m, so that’s probably a big part of why they’ve had to get rid of 55 people.
     
  18. OnlyOne

    OnlyOne Vinai Venkatesham Stan

    So sad tho isn't it man. We pay these players weekly what some of these people earn a year yet they take the brunt of it, sports industry is f*cked.

    Hope some of the 55 are just people who's jobs are not needed at the club anymore.
     
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  19. Rex Banter

    Rex Banter Got Swerved By Gallas Trusted

    Think the footballers themselves are easy targets. Billionaires are happy to throw the millionaires under the bus.
     
  20. GoonerJeeves

    GoonerJeeves Up The Terriers

    It is short-sighted by the club to let go of those staff. Once football resumes we will need to re-hire. Rebuilding lost standing and reputation is easier said than done.

    It is simply incredibly bad PR.
     

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