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Re: Raül Sanllehí, Head of Football

PostPosted: Sun Apr 21, 2019 5:52 pm
by Interest: waning
Earn your money now Raul

Re: Raül Sanllehí, Head of Football

PostPosted: Wed Apr 24, 2019 2:12 am
by swipe right
What’s his job?

Re: Raül Sanllehí, Head of Football

PostPosted: Sun Apr 28, 2019 6:29 pm
by Angelito
This man worries me more than Unai. I don't know why but I have a feeling we've got a buffoon on our hands.

I really hope I'm wrong.

Re: Raül Sanllehí, Head of Football

PostPosted: Sun Apr 28, 2019 9:13 pm
by Interest: waning
Same. No idea if he's good. No idea if he's under pressure to perform.

Re: Raül Sanllehí, Head of Football

PostPosted: Fri Jun 14, 2019 1:18 am
by Angelito
Is it too early to claim that last season's strategic and timely transfers were all down to Sven?

The profile of players we're linked with and our first non-Sven signing (Suarez) as well as our lack of movement in the transfer market pretty much points to that. It's not simply buying players at the pace Real have been this season so far, but the rumors don't appear strong enough either.

There's still time, so let's see even though I'm not optimistic.

Re: Raül Sanllehí, Head of Football

PostPosted: Fri Jun 14, 2019 10:32 am
by PairyGrows
Angelito wrote:Is it too early to claim that last season's strategic and timely transfers were all down to Sven?

The profile of players we're linked with and our first non-Sven signing (Suarez) as well as our lack of movement in the transfer market pretty much points to that. It's not simply buying players at the pace Real have been this season so far, but the rumors don't appear strong enough either.

There's still time, so let's see even though I'm not optimistic.


Yes, it's too early to claim that. Last summer, we completed our first signings on July 1st, and today is June 14th. Moreover, we don't know whether the difference between this summer and last summer is down to Mislintat or something else. Perhaps we're struggling in the transfer market because we'll have to work wonders with £45m.

Re: Raül Sanllehí, Head of Football

PostPosted: Fri Jun 14, 2019 12:49 pm
by Angelito
PairyGrows wrote:
Angelito wrote:Is it too early to claim that last season's strategic and timely transfers were all down to Sven?

The profile of players we're linked with and our first non-Sven signing (Suarez) as well as our lack of movement in the transfer market pretty much points to that. It's not simply buying players at the pace Real have been this season so far, but the rumors don't appear strong enough either.

There's still time, so let's see even though I'm not optimistic.


Yes, it's too early to claim that. Last summer, we completed our first signings on July 1st, and today is June 14th. Moreover, we don't know whether the difference between this summer and last summer is down to Mislintat or something else. Perhaps we're struggling in the transfer market because we'll have to work wonders with £45m.


Mislintat.

I do believe West Ham's UCL berth are helping them sign gems like Fornals.

Not everything written is true. We're acting like Newcastle at the moment. And, everybody buying that is more worrying.

Re: Raül Sanllehí, Head of Football

PostPosted: Fri Jun 14, 2019 6:37 pm
by PairyGrows
Angelito wrote:
PairyGrows wrote:
Angelito wrote:Is it too early to claim that last season's strategic and timely transfers were all down to Sven?

The profile of players we're linked with and our first non-Sven signing (Suarez) as well as our lack of movement in the transfer market pretty much points to that. It's not simply buying players at the pace Real have been this season so far, but the rumors don't appear strong enough either.

There's still time, so let's see even though I'm not optimistic.


Yes, it's too early to claim that. Last summer, we completed our first signings on July 1st, and today is June 14th. Moreover, we don't know whether the difference between this summer and last summer is down to Mislintat or something else. Perhaps we're struggling in the transfer market because we'll have to work wonders with £45m.


Mislintat.

I do believe West Ham's UCL berth are helping them sign gems like Fornals.

Not everything written is true. We're acting like Newcastle at the moment. And, everybody buying that is more worrying.


Well, I'm just having a look at the books and concluding that £45m is probably all we have to spend in the summer. I don't believe we have a hidden war chest ready to be cracked open.

Re: Raül Sanllehí, Head of Football

PostPosted: Fri Jun 14, 2019 10:49 pm
by BS221B
Angelito wrote:Is it too early to claim that last season's strategic and timely transfers were all down to Sven?

The profile of players we're linked with and our first non-Sven signing (Suarez) as well as our lack of movement in the transfer market pretty much points to that. It's not simply buying players at the pace Real have been this season so far, but the rumors don't appear strong enough either.

There's still time, so let's see even though I'm not optimistic.

Of course it was. Sven Mislintat was this clubs future. We made a huge mistake by not making him head of football.

Like i said before, if club were to make choice between Emery and Mislintat, it shouldve been Mislintat.

Re: Raül Sanllehí, Head of Football

PostPosted: Sat Jun 15, 2019 12:23 am
by swipe right
Mislintat also has a long history of problems. Evidently doesn’t get along with managers, and doesn’t even have a scouting network. Just does his own thing. Which is never going to fly at a big club.

Re: Raül Sanllehí, Head of Football

PostPosted: Sat Jun 15, 2019 8:12 pm
by Power n Glory
swipe right wrote:Mislintat also has a long history of problems. Evidently doesn’t get along with managers, and doesn’t even have a scouting network. Just does his own thing. Which is never going to fly at a big club.


Key point people forget.

Re: Raül Sanllehí, Head of Football

PostPosted: Fri Aug 02, 2019 6:36 pm
by Angelito
Angelito wrote:This man worries me more than Unai. I don't know why but I have a feeling we've got a buffoon on our hands.

I really hope I'm wrong.


:rofll:

Image

Raul on the brink of building Invincibles Mk2. What a legend.

Re: Raül Sanllehí, Head of Football

PostPosted: Sun Aug 04, 2019 1:17 pm
by CrimsonGunner11
David Ornstein: “Arsenal, even in negotiating, have got a two-pronged attack. They’ve got their deal-maker, Raul Sanllehi, who’s the head of football & they’ve got their deal-broker, Huss Fahmy, who’s in charge of the contracts.” [BBC] #afc

Ornstein: “Sanllehi goes in & he’s a people person, he’s got really good contacts & relationships. In the case of Lille, the top man there, Mark Ingla, used to work with Sanllehi at Barcelona. Then they send in Huss Fahmy, to do the actual brokering of the deal.” #afc


Source: @afcstuff

Re: Raül Sanllehí, Head of Football

PostPosted: Thu Aug 08, 2019 3:49 pm
by Zenith

Re: Raül Sanllehí, Head of Football

PostPosted: Thu Aug 08, 2019 3:53 pm
by Mustafi
Zenith wrote:

:rofll: