And so the merry-go-round turns. How can three managers possibly be wrong when the rest of their transfer dealings were so stellar?
Obviously no manager has a 100% record. The problem we have here, is that what was has really going on is so clouded no-one has a full understanding of whats gone on over the last 3 years. The only constant has been the cloud that has hung over the player.
For me - yes the managers to a degree haven't played this right, nor have those within the club, but also nor has Aquilani himself and now we look like we will be drawing this saga to close. Why people pinned there hopes on him so much I didn't get, but, I knew he was half decent, but as a club we move on and move on we must.
I just hope people don't beat other players with the 'and we got rid of Aquilani' stick, if they do, it'll be as unprofessional and cuntish as those who they have claimed to have been so unprofessional and cuntish towards Aquilani.