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Friday, April 15, 2011

Arsenal lament the loss of a visionary

The name of Danny Fiszman is not one that will be recognised outside directors' boxes and the home of Arsenal FC, but the name is one worth remembering, for he was a man who had a massive influence on football in the current era, with Fiszman the brains and indeed the man who provided the vision behind Arsenal's move to the Emirates stadium.

Despite his sad and untimely death, his lasting legacy at Arsenal will be one that surely lasts far longer than any previous legacy left behind by previous players, managers, or owners. Those betting football money should remember this.

With Arsenal now having the finances (despite manager Arsene Wenger's reluctance to use them) and the capacity to make the transition from a club that can bring in a decent revenue to one that can be capable of competing against the top sides in the world like Real Madrid and Manchester United, who had previously been able to out-earn Arsenal, it's clear that Fiszman was a man who worked wonders at the club. Those looking at the Premier League betting will know the side is always likely to challenge for the title.

If Arsenal can now go on and one day in the near future win a massive competition like the Champions League or the Premier League, then the Gunners fans and management will know that, despite the fact the current players and staff will deserve most of the credit, the victory would not have been possible without the vision and inspiration that Danny Fiszman brought to the club. If Arsenal can experience this level of glory, the Fiszman family will know that Danny's dreams for the club have come true, even though he is not there to witness them become a reality.

For this reason, the Arsenal players now have further incentive to go out there and win the Premier League this season.

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