Arsenal’s Transfer Window, or Yours?
I like trees, and I also like wood.
For Christmas, I was given a book called Norwegian Wood, and I highly recommend it. Quite apart from the fact it is heaving with interesting stuff, the author describes how a log stack says much about the character of the person that stacked it. Bit like the Arsenal transfer window and your personal targets.
You tell me yours, and I will tell you what kind of person you are.
Those who know me, understand that I am an old school football purist, who favours the 2-3-5 formation, and as such, places the highest importance on entertaining football, little to defensive nonsense, and everything on goals.
As such, my sort will always seek to strengthen from the front.
Anyway, back to my new found psychology skills, and getting things Arsenal back in sharp focus.
We are top of the league, and still in both FAC and CL competitions, and thus mounting enormous strain on an already stretched squad. Some say players are about to return from injury, others will say that by then others will be broken. Half full’ers, half empty’ers, optimists, pessimists or realists.
Given our current position, are you someone that is happy to continue to build for some distant time on the horizon and re-enforce with more “potential”, or are you “in the moment”, and happy to spend on pressing home the opportunity now glaring us in the face.
Perhaps you favour strengthening our defensive shield and creating a wall so strong, we will never concede again, but at what cost to the purist?
Two goalscoring attackers is my preference, and “we will score one more than you”.