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15 May 2018 18:04:04
See there’s links to seri tonight! Anyone know much about him? Any good? What we need? Ed’s you know much? Is he any good.

{Ed001's Note - I have only seen him a couple of times and he was bloody awful both times. I know the likes of Barca were chasing him, so I can only assume I caught him on bad occasions.}

1.) 15 May 2018 18:18:37
I’ve watched nice a few times this year and never spotted him.

{Ed001's Note - I just remembered I did do a quick profile after the first time I watched him, I wasn't impressed: Jean Michael Seri player profile

2.) 15 May 2018 18:30:07
Cheers mate👍🏻 Let’s hope it was an off day.

{Ed001's Note - welcome mate. I do think it must have been because he can't be that bad and make it as a professional!}

3.) 15 May 2018 18:39:37
I just watched a few YouTube clips. But everyone looks good on them. Although he did some really good things on them but could see how he could easily get bullied out of a game and make daft mistakes with all the Ramsey sequels flicks that usually go wrong in bad places.

4.) 15 May 2018 18:40:59
Just another quick one whilst your about! Would you be shocked to see Arteta as next arsenal manager?

{Ed001's Note - no, not shocked, he is one of the potential options.}

5.) 15 May 2018 18:49:44
He’s a good player 👏🏻.

6.) 15 May 2018 19:00:53
Ah ok if I can re word it! Are you shocked he is a candidate?

{Ed001's Note - yes. Very much so. I am not sure what he has done to make himself this highly fancied manager of the future. He claimed homesickness to get away from Rangers then signed for Everton. He was a dick there to get a move to Arsenal. Most of all though, how can he have got any experience working for Pep Guardiola?? The man is a micromanager who is there involved in every training routine etc. There is no room for anyone to get any leadership or management experience as they are purely working for Pep, rather than with. Pep is not like Ferguson, for instance, who was very happy to delegate and so his assistants would be expected to involve themselves in man-management and setting up training schedules etc, while Fergie oversaw it all. Pep is there, omnipresent, always tinkering, adjusting, telling people how to do this and that. No one gets to stand on their own and make mistakes to learn from.}

7.) 15 May 2018 19:25:25
Interesting thanks mate. I’m actually praying for Benitez given the ones still in the race. I’m sure Benitez could come in for three years and do no damage. Then Arsenal have time. Ancelotti wouldn’t be a bad bet!

8.) 15 May 2018 21:56:46
Benitez is absolutely not in Arsenal's sights. He is definitely not what the club needs or wants. Benitez might be a very good manager but he is a cheque book manager, never happier than when he is spending other people's money.

When he doesn't get that money, he is sly with the media. It causes friction between the club and the fans.

9.) 16 May 2018 02:03:23
Sorry I'm calling bull on that one Fatdave. Benitez has an incredible managerial history, is an excellent tactician, and is a strong enough personality to hold his own against terrible owners and boards (see: Ashley, Perez) . That he took Newcastle to midtable on a tiny budget with the likes of Diame and Dummett is a clear indication he's not only able to work with limited resources, he also can get the best out of relatively mediocre players. I would prefer Carlo, but Benitez is by no means a bad option.

The biggest lesson we could have gotten out of Moyes at United was that replacing a legendary manager requires an almost equally impressive man to fill their shoes.



24 Feb 2018 21:30:30
Here’s one for both ed01 and ed02. firstly ed01 how highly do you rate Ryan Sessegnon? What he’s doing is unreal in my opinion and must have to be the most promising England youth around . And ed02 what’s the low down regarding interest in the player. Thanks in advance SLB 👍🏻.

{Ed001's Note - Spurs are trying to sign him for the summer and he is about the best around, maybe Sancho would have an argument, in terms of England youth. One of the best in Europe and had the sense to stay at Fulham in the last few windows rather than moving to ensure he played regularly.}

1.) 25 Feb 2018 10:41:23
Are any clubs interested in James Maddison Ed? thanks.

{Ed001's Note - Wolves, Newcastle, West Brom and Brighton.}

2.) 25 Feb 2018 16:23:03
He appears to be very calm and level headed. if spurs take him it will prove to be another good spurs signing. Hopefully arsenal change targets and have a serious look . Thanks ed.

{Ed001's Note - welcome.}

3.) 26 Feb 2018 12:59:18
It was strange to see Sessegnon not making the top 50 or whatever list of u-20 players with top potential that was out recently. Also Sancho didn't make that list. You do like him don't you Esq?

{Ed001's Note - I am sure Sessegnon did make the list mate. Sancho was a definite miss though.}

4.) 26 Feb 2018 16:25:35
Sorry Ed Sessegnon did make the list. My bad. Apologies.

{Ed001's Note - no worries mate, I thought he did. Would have been a strange list if he hadn't. He would have been much higher but for Fulham being outside of the top flight, as the level of competition they face made a huge difference to the ranking.}

5.) 26 Feb 2018 16:21:30
Maybe I missed him. Isn't Sessegnon English ed1? If so he didn't make the list I think and neither did Tierney at Celtic (maybe he is older to qualify) .

{Ed001's Note - I had to check but yes Tierney is 20 so wouldn't qualify as it was teenagers only.}

6.) 26 Feb 2018 16:36:22
I think Sessegnon will go on to have a great carrier not because I think he is hugely talented (not that he isn't) but he seems to have a good head, seems to have good people around him. He could easily have moved to a PL club and sat on the bench, play for u-23s but no, he made the decision to play regularly in a more competitive league than the reserves and reject more money and just for that also I hope Fulham get promoted. But that list didn't have the hugely reaped and rated Phil Foden. He is already a media darling in England yet he wasn't there? Do you think it's got anything to do with him being at City and not getting much game time ed1? Or is he too young?

{Ed001's Note - it is a lack of first team football. It was based on their importance to the team they played for and the level they were playing at etc. Hence why Donnarumma came top, as he is key and a regular AC Milan, rather than a sub or U23 player.}

7.) 26 Feb 2018 16:55:10
Oh and our boy Fosu Mensah got on the list but there was one name that really caught my eye and sets the example for all young lads coming through and that was Martin Odegaard, moved too soon to a big club rotted on the bench for a year or so and stagnated his development. Money over playing time at such young age was a terrible mistake. Never seen him play but hope he gets his career on track and gets a good enough shot again.



25 Jan 2018 23:24:56
This whole aubameyang thing is turning into a circus.

1.) 26 Jan 2018 07:54:55
He will end up at Chelsea. Arsnal do the negotiating, find the fee and Chelsea swoop. Back to normal i'd say.



22 Jan 2018 11:47:22
Slightly off topic ed but what is your understanding around mustafi? Is juventus still an option or has the situation simmered in recent months.

{Ed002's Note - No, they have moved on.}

1.) 22 Jan 2018 19:30:06
Edd what's happening with Rugani is he still available and would of thought he would be starting ahead of benatia.

{Ed002's Note - This is the Arsenal page.}



31 Dec 2017 21:45:40
Goretzka allegedly going to sign a pre contract with Munich. Wether he ends up there or not anyone who's anyone knows he can't sign a pre contract with any club in Germany.

{Ed002's Note - Yes he can, if Shalke04 agrees. Anyone who is anyone knows that.}

1.) 01 Jan 2018 11:25:39
Haha now I do ed 👍🏻 Oh well there's another player I like gone elsewhere . Happy new year Ed.




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14 Aug 2018 12:31:29
There appears to be lots of hysterical reactions to the game against city! Not just from posters on here but all over MSM as well. It was the first competitive game under a new manager and a new regime not only was it the first game but it was against the best team in the country. Now whilst I agree that the playing out from the back was suicidal against city it is the style that emery wants to adopt so there’s no point in trying to achieve it when the first game comes. Just cast your memory back to the season before last when pep was been hugely criticised by all for not changing his approach and city were getting mauled for doing the same thing playing out from the back and loosing lots of games and giving silly goals away. That all changed last season when the rest of the prem bar Liverpool could cope with it . We will get more of an opinion when we play Chelsea next as there is not much between both teams. I’m actually glad that we didn’t just buy 8/ 9 players this window as it’s hard to gel so many players straight away and it gives time for emery to work out who needs to go and what we need to bring in. I’m still hopeful that we can challenge for a top 4 slot as it will speed up the transitional period and build some much needed confidence. For me this season is a two horse race between city and Liverpool.

1.) 14 Aug 2018 13:05:22
Totally agree mate, Pep got loads of criticism in his first season for sticking to his way of playing but what's the point in a manager who does stuff to please his critics rather than do what he feels is right.
It makes me laugh how people scream and shout he should do this that the other but if he took thier advice and things went wrong they'd be the first to criticise him for not being true to what he believed in :-) .
We would all like something to celebrate this season, like top 4 or Europa league winners but have we really become such short sighed fans that we can't see beyond the here and now? Building anything worth having takes time and if you rush the builder too much then you'll probably end up with something pretty useless as an end product.

2.) 14 Aug 2018 15:07:56
It’s true mate. people need only have memory’s of the past 5 seasons to understand how volatile the prem is. Go and read back 4-5 years on the Liverpool page. Liverpool look every bit as good as city. And city now look like a team, I was never to worried about the Saudi money and in the beginning it looked poor investment against returns. It’s personnel and getting the right people in.

3.) 14 Aug 2018 16:03:28
Couldn’t agree more mate, it’s going to take time, so people have come out with some utter tosh about it.

4.) 14 Aug 2018 17:17:48
I think many of those (not all) who are unhappy with Emery so quickly would have been unhappy with whoever came in.
Many of those who were happy with Arsene either want changed to be proved right immediately to make it worth it while and some others are still so hurt by Arsene virtually being forced out they can't wait for the new man to fail and are using Emery to vent thier displeasure at.
If Arsene had walked 100% willingly I think there would be much more patience and support for Dick.

5.) 14 Aug 2018 19:34:24
The game against city was invaluable to the way we learn how to play out, how to press and generally to play how UE wants us to. He can show the team the mistakes that were made so they can learn from them, to show things that can be improved on. That’s the best way to learn, alright the result wasn’t ideal but I think in the long run will benefit us.

6.) 14 Aug 2018 20:02:15
Top post magpie, when you have a list of jobs to do it's always a good idea to start off with the toughest job of the day first because that way your day keeps getting better and better as you go through it.

7.) 14 Aug 2018 20:29:59
The only way for the playerwill learn, if they want too, is by rectifying their errors. Its the mindset of some players that i think is the main problem. The cozy club mentality will be hard to knock out of some. They to me are here for themselves not arsenal football club. But Dick is the best man to do that i have been baffled by some of his decisions but impressed by his attitude.

8.) 14 Aug 2018 21:24:02
It will take time to fully disband the cosy club Steve, some will manage the change while others will be shipped out either sold or loaned out. This time next year they will be of the past one way or the other.

9.) 14 Aug 2018 23:56:25
I think over the next year or so we will see the cozy club disbanded!

10.) 15 Aug 2018 00:05:07
The critisium from these so called pundits is way over the top, especially when most of them have never managed a big club. Give Emery some time for god sake it is going take a while to knock that comfy attitude out of the squad that Wenger established over the last few seasons, it is most likely a shock to the system for many of the player but they have to get on board quickly like it or not. Emery is going to learn fast over the next 10 or so games who he can rely on and who is expendable.



12 Aug 2018 16:26:55
Get xhaka off!

1.) 12 Aug 2018 16:35:21
My lord he’s been dreadful. Bellerin too. Fullbacks are a huge weakness.

2.) 12 Aug 2018 16:51:55
Xhaka and bellerin have been at their usual low standard.

3.) 12 Aug 2018 17:22:22
Don't understand why Torreira was not picked, but should be going forward. Yeah Bellerin is weak.

{Ed025's Note - not as weak as that kid from diversity in your back line ryan..

4.) 12 Aug 2018 18:15:48
Ed, the boy from Diversity almost cost us two goals but I thought he did well outside of that and let down by Xhaka.

{Ed025's Note - xhaka was woeful SY but i thought diversity boy gave the ball away a lot and besides not actually knowing his name i dont know where he was supposed to be playing!, i might be a bit unfair and premature here but he did not look arsenal material on todays performance mate..

5.) 12 Aug 2018 19:22:51
Ed 025, it shows how bad We were, Souness said he was our best player. Still on the plus side, citeh will do that to more teams than us in the top six.

{Ed025's Note - i heard that steve and thought he was taking the piss, your right about city though and they were certainly not at their best or strongest today which is a worry, emery must be given time though mate and the fans need to stick with him, this is not a quick fix and it will take him a while to find his best 11, the good thing is that you have a lot of good players so its not all gloom and doom..



09 Aug 2018 16:42:53
Fulham are giving it big licks 😶.

1.) 09 Aug 2018 17:14:25
must be one of the few time 2 promoted teams (fulham and wolves) aren't among the favourites to go down and could do really well!



01 Aug 2018 20:04:13
West Ham 😶😶😶😶.



19 Jul 2018 23:00:10
Liverpool have signed some chick called Allison . Wonder if she’s any good 😅.

1.) 20 Jul 2018 07:45:53
She's better with nowt taken out.




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03 Aug 2018 15:55:36
Jay jays nephew! Yey lol.



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30 Jul 2018 10:02:42
For me Ramsey is a decent player in fact he is a good player when played where ozil plays. He’s just not as good there as ozil. I think he works harder than people give him credit for, my only real criticism is that he lacks possitional awareness at times and is often found out. I agree unless we can get him to sign an improved deal then we have to let him go. We can’t be in the same situation as before when the mood round the club seems buoyant at the moment.



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29 Jul 2018 18:47:20
And it’s probably the mother in prison and the father on the game lol.



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28 Jul 2018 09:53:18
I hope dick comes out swinging, and hopefully doesn’t fire blanks.



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17 Jul 2018 22:23:30
If it was a choice between Torriera and Nzonzi then we have chosen wisely. No need to go DM mad. Some discipline and compusure with this lot and we will push a top 4 over 38 games I’m sure. It’s the prem it can change on a year to year basis. For me city and Liverpool will be there and a mix up with spuds, Chelsea and United is where the fight lies. We do have a genuine world class striker in pea and a great wideman if we need laca through middle. A winger would be nice and I’d like a punt on Meyer! Hopefully there’s a sense of a squad wins a league and people accept their roll and work hard.




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15 Aug 2018 18:47:12
Joking aside ed. I’ve always been a sucker for people who don’t realise what’s in front of them, when they have potential. I’ve managed so called bad guys, young upstarts etc etc in my line of work who get grief in the work place, I like to see what’s under the nonsense that’s put out for show and discovering their actual ability. It was a similar pipe dream for jack in my eyes. Probably been babied for far to long and had lists of excuses. If he really is any good then he should become a West Ham legend. But never an Arsenal one.

{Ed001's Note - I agree mate, the problem is they are spoilt and then it is always someone else's fault. I am writing the Legends article on Jack Charlton now and there are a number of players that credit him with being the reason they made it, including Gazza and Souness. They all say that they were going off the rails and he told them straight that they needed to buck their ideas up. I think the likes of Wilshere needed that too and when he didn't get that as a youngster it was all over for him. He needs to hit rock bottom to realise now, and going to the club he supported as a boy on a large salary is not that. What he needed was a shock, to have no one want him and then have to work his way up from the bottom, like Vardy etc. Staying near the top is not enough to shake him from the path he is on. Young players get mollycoddled far too much. They don't need the old bullying culture, but they do need someone there to tell them straight when they slack off.}



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15 Aug 2018 16:38:15
Infact cue the picture change.



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15 Aug 2018 11:47:30
I do ed. He’s a life long West Ham fan so he said. #tosspot 😂.

{Ed001's Note - hahaha.}



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15 Aug 2018 08:43:59
Looks like poch has drove his Chevy to the levy but the levy was dry 😂.



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14 Aug 2018 23:56:25
I think over the next year or so we will see the cozy club disbanded!