Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger defended Arsenal’s Transfer Policy and claimed making noise does not mean ‘quality’. Wenger, very well known for his style and his philosophy has taken a swipe at people who urge Arsenal to spend big. Arsenal are struggling without a top quality striker, but Wenger is adamant that his club do not make a signing in vibration. Arsenal’s Transfer Policy is widely criticised, even by the Gunners but Wenger believes the club is right in doing it in their own way.
Arsene Wenger defends Arsenal’s Transfer Policy
“Vibrancy doesn’t make you win games. What makes you win games is the quality of the performance and the quality of your football. And you have to focus just on that.
That is very difficult in the modern game. There is always demand for new but new is just new.
What is new makes news, but apart from that it makes noise. The noise is not necessarily always quality.”
Arsene Wenger told this before his team’s Premier League opener against Sunderland. Once again, Wenger did not live up to his words and failed to impress the Arsenal crowd. Arsenal lost to Sunderland in the opener then drew the second Premier League game against Leicester. Picking just 1 point from the first two games while the rest of his competitors are flying high from the very start has made Arsenal fans angry.
“Enough, Enough, it’s all Enough,” an angry Gunner had a board at the Emirates, which points out at Wenger and his long reign. Wenger is enjoying his 21st year as Arsenal’s manager but the fans want ‘Titles’ immediately and Wenger can not promise them that.
Wenger’s typical ‘style’ dig at his critics failed to convince the Arsenal fans who are more interested in winning titles. Also, Wenger’s poor start to their new campaign and lack of transfers really made the fans lose their patience, completely. Arsenal’s Transfer Policy must evolve or Wenger should bring some valuable Title wins to the club. Or else, this season will be Arsene Wenger’s last one at the Emirates Stadium.