The problems will never go away whilst the current board and manager are together. I've said to death on this forum(even if I've posted about 3 times in 6 months) that the issue is that we have absolutely no idea who is to blame for the situation in which we find ourselves. If it's scenario A in which we don't have much money, Wenger should take less blame than he does. That said, if we didn't have much money this summer, even after the high profile departures, then why are we spending £15m on Oxlade-Chamberlain? I like the player, but he's not what we need right now compared to a high class central midfield player or greater depth at full back. That was an error. Scenario B is that we actually could spend a lot of money this summer/in January and Wenger chose not to do it, in which case we should be reconsidering his position at the club. Ivan Gazidis said that we were saving some money for January at the end of August, and what did we do? We spent less than a million pounds on a player who won't even play for us this season, undoubtedly. So someone is lying. We'll be in permanent transition if this is allowed to carry on. The most bizarre element of this entire thing is that whoever is lying is being covered up by whoever isn't, which leaves fans like me completely in the dark about what's going on. It wasn't that long ago since we won in the San Siro. Milan haven't got hugely better since then, and that shows quite how much we've regressed. Rosicky, who was a minor footnote at the club for such a long time, injury or no injury, is now first team material even though he's got worse in that time. A free-kick goes flying over his head and he doesn't even turn back to see where it's gone. He sums up our plight right now. We need change - it's clear for all to see at the moment. Whether that's the manager or the board, I don't know, and therein lies all our woe.