He and gave Sanchez that insane contract and at the same time ran down Herreras contract to the point that when Ole got here it was way to late despite Herrera actually wanted to stay. Thats just the most recent ones and there have been stories from all our recent managers where they have been unhappy about how he conducted/meddled in transfers and contracts.No,they don’t. The praise for the two best sides in our league unanimously starts and ends with their managers.
Then you have Mike Ashley at Newcastle who attracts criticism for his team’s performances specifically because he does not invest, and Ed Woodward who attracts criticism for his team’s performances for reasons that people who cannot articulate with any real rationale I don’t think. More a hope of if something changes, then the team might change.
Ed knows how to make money, but his usefulness stops there. We can keep him as a financial director, but when it comes to football it is pretty evident we need someone else to handle that side