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The Mirror apologises to Katie Hopkins and it's an all-time classic newspaper correction
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Let quite a debate rage whether this kind of move is good or otherwise for the game we love.
The FA’s League Committee reveal provisional Step 5&6 club allocations for the 2018/19 season
Now Bastian Schweinsteiger excelling at the heart of a 3 man defence for Chicago Fire.
Bastian Schweinsteiger's New Position Actually Works Well
It's not a new club structure in english football, Chelsea, for better or worse, implemented that style of set up a good 15 years ago, but I personally would predominantly leave it up to the manager appointed to make such decisions.
It was common on the continent in the 80's and 90's when I was a kid. But even back then, when I was green in life, I thought it was strange. Guys who weren't responsible for the first team's results AND, who had never played the game professionally picking the signings? Are you sure mate?
Admittedly back then it was well known that continental clubs hired and fired managers ten times a season and english clubs used to stand by their man, and perhaps that's why this style of club structure developed in europe a couple of decades before the likes of Chelsea, and now Arsenal circa 2018, adopted it, but do you really trust thay way forward?
Btw the guy's name who is in control of new signings at Arsenal is
Can you imagine what work life will be like if Arsenal don't start getting results from day one for Unai Emery? He's going to go home back to the misses saying "who the **** is that Sven geezer, he signs the ****wit failures, not me."
Just putting it out there but would you like/accept that way of approach at Molineux?
Be careful, it might just happen.