@Arnoboy: Don't worry, I wasn't comparing La Masia to Arsenal's Youth Team. I just mean they try to bring players through the youth academy. Barcelona are an easy example of that. Madrid to produce some good players and a few great players Casillas, Raul and Mata the fact they constantly buy world class players over raising their own puts me off Real. I'd have Mata above Di Maria, Modric and Callejon any time of the day. They need to show faith in these players.
I enjoy the tika-taka especially when it's done well. Arsenal don't really do it. They just pass the ball around, while Barcelona have a lot more one-twos and it looks much more attractive to watch. It's a great model to base off. I can hardly hate them for basing their style on it. Now, Liverpool are trying to adopt that which is great for me because I've been watching Barcelona since Overmars went there. I loved him at Arsenal. I cant blame Liverpool for adopting the style of play from the best footballing team in history. It'll take us years to get there, but I like the fact that we are trying. You only need to watch when Barcelona beat United 3-1 or 2-0 in the Champions League Final or even when United were knocked out by Bilbao. They passed it around them all day and it was beautiful to watch.
Also, Spain in the Euro. They hadn't played that well until they reached the final and they kicked into gear. There was a moment in their own half, right of the goalkeeper area when they were under pressure from Italy. They simple passed it around them to get out of trouble. That was one of the best footballing things I've seen. The fact they didn't start with a striker was also crazy but it worked.
I don't believe Wenger should change, I think yes, he can be stubborn but so were Barcelona against Chelsea. They didn't change their style they just kept finding away though. Although they didn't I respect them for stick to it. Didn't help that Chelsea defended with 10 men on the goal line half the time.
Loyalty is like a relationship. You stick with the team through thick and thin. If Liverpool never won a trophy in all my life time. I would never support another club more than them. I love them completely and nothing will change that. That to me is loyalty.
It's possible for Wilshere to go, however he has said he hopes one day to do what Gerrard has done for Liverpool for Arsenal. If he truly means that, I can see him staying for a long time.