Registered: July 2017
|Blame Game Message 47960||Sun, 11 November 2018 11:36 |
After a busy week, I sat down and read that article about Spencer Day slating the personnel he put in place for yet another defeat. Normally the buck stops with the manager and if things don't improve a decision is made for the good of the club.
In the PL it was well documented how toxic the environment got at Arsenal towards the end of Wenger's reign. Fans were divided between his great achievements and argued that to some extent he was still doing a good job. Others saw the obvious fall in standards and that he just wasn't getting the required performances out of his players. He wielded a lot of power at the club but not total power. In the end the hierarchy saw the empty seats and knew a change was needed. The fans are more united when it comes to Spencer's lack of performance.
Of course Spencer has nobody to answer to. Even if there was 2 men and a dog at the game he would still carry on doing the same thing. I used to say to my mate that at least we had a local football club to meet at and watch some level of football. However, when players are ditched so regularly, how does a fan feel a connection to a team of players? Do the honourable thing Spencer. You will get more respect for it than dragging the club deeper into the mire.