If it's a choice between a dodgy character like Usmanov, who is probably very good at getting what he wants and being a success, or Kroenke who is quite happy seeing us drifting along, while making a massive profit, then I'll go for the successful owner.
With Kroenke we have stagnated and gone backwards.
He has sat back and done nothing when we were desperate for players, and in seasons where we needed an extra couple of players to get us the title he did nothing.
He is a waste of space who is watching the value of the club go up while investing the bare minimum.
He is immensely wealthy, and the fact he never gave Wenger the money we desperately needed, just proves he couldn't care less about our club being successful.
So what if Usmanov is an unsavoury person.
He is a winner and will do anything it takes to get what he wants.
Every football club owner is dodgy in some way or other, because you don't get that rich by being Mr Nice Guy.
All those that prefer Kroenke, see how you feel about him after a few seasons in the Europa League, and all our best players have left.
Or if Usmanov takes over and we are competing for the PL and CL every season, will you be standing outside the Emirates with "Bring back Kroenke" banners?
I doubt it.