But we dont't have a policy of buying younger players that have a re-sale value?! If we do, we haven't even tried to put it in to practice.
Have to agree with Carhee on this one.
Quote from Werner:"We've had a strategy that we have agreed on. There was some disconnect on the implementation of that,"
I don't come to the conclusion you do KP. It says quite clearly to me that Commo did not follow the instruction given. To put it simply, Carroll should have been an £8 millionish punt, Henderson maybe £5 Million and as these players supposedly develop they have a far higher worth to move on if the club feels it beneficial.
Instead we end up paying world class money for 'potential' that there is a high possibility of failure with. That is about as far from the correct policy as one can be!
It's also funny they have all these sport science terms for their theory which is basically the same as see one Mr Wenger and rinse and repeat!