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15 Mar 2017 18:26:10
Ed, 'IF' Allergi does become Arsenals manager this summer, would it have an impact on what Sanchez does? Surely if Wenger does decide to move on, the board would let the next manager decide the fate of our big stars. I would assume Allergi is a fan of Sanchez being he's been link with Juventus for quite some time even if the Juva board have the say of who comes and goes, surely the manager has some input.


{Ed002's Note - I think because the fans have turned the players will have priorities which include the options available.}



05 Jul 2015 16:26:02
Hey Eds, is there any interest in Reus or Gotze? Both young and talented. I feel arsenal could benefit from having an out and out winger.


{Ed002's Note - Try the European pages where this has been answered.}



02 May 2014 01:29:52
I'm hearing a lot about Fabregas. Is there any chance of a return to Arsenal?


{Ed002's Note - I cannot answer questions with "any chance" in.}

1.) Hopefully not. He walked out on us, when he had 3 years left on his contract and was captain. The Barca fans have turned against him, as the team has to be modified to fit him in and he lacks pace. We have plenty of players in his position and are more in need of better defensive midfield options, such as Bender & M'Vila, who could replace the slow duo of Arteta & Flamini.

2.) You realise that this isn't Fifa? It really doesn't matter whether Cesc is "slow". He could be standing still and he would be class.

3.) You would take Mvia over Cesc? Madness. Bender is good and I would sign him but I would get Cesc in and ship of Cazorla myself.

4.) I don't think wenger is going to sell any players, only those that will walk.

we need depth and bringing in bender and josip drmic and hopefully cesc and a striker should be enough to go again next season.

5.) Chess - As a defensive midfield player sitting in front of the back four, of course I would take M'Vila instead of Fabregas. We have Ozil, Wilshere, Cazorla, Rosicky, Oxlade, Ramsey & Abu Diaby who can all play the Fabregas role. Possibly in some cases not as well, but we need to spend in other areas, as we look like needing a keeper, a right back, a centre back, a defensive midfield player & a striker.

6.) 02 May 2014 15:30:39
We definitely need someone who can really pick out the killer balls. Too many times I'm screaming for our midfield to set someone free when they make a good run only for the ball to go sideways.

It's as if they don't seem brave enough or sure of their ability to try it. We've all seen Cesc and know that he can play those killer through balls. Older and wiser now and scoring more.

I would certainly add that to the mix. You can never have too many good ingrediants.

Estepona gooner



23 May 2013 15:35:09
Hey Ed. What do you think the chances are of seeing Rooney and Fabregas playing for Arsenal next year. Personally can't see Arsenal paying Rooney's wages or seeing Barcelona off loading Fabreagas but can't stop thinking what if. {Ed007's Note - None.}





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23 Apr 2018 00:25:40
I think you’re right Ed regarding your view on Enrique. I think arsenal need some fight and personality back in the squad and that starts from the top. You’ve said more I’m sure than you’d like, that Simone isn’t an option or at least not one to bank on. May I ask the reason why that is? Does he not favour a move to the Prem or is it just Arsenal?




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20 Apr 2018 10:49:57
Ed’s- no disrespect to Wenger but looking at the future, I’m sure the board had a big part to play in his decision to stand down. Have you heard any whispers or have any knowledge of who the front runners are to succeed or if not, whom they may likely approach for the role? I know you’ve said names in the past but I’d assume with wenger 100% leaving now managers might actually consider this job with a more open mind.


{Ed002's Note - I have explained for a very long time where the interest has been and what is viable and what is not. At this point in time, nothing has changed.}



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30 Mar 2018 03:24:48
Well let’s hope the coach situation gets sorted soon. Like last summer, there’s some transfers to be had and early deals will be the better ones. Do you know if arsenal are seriously interested in Isco? I’d assume he’s out of our price bracket.


{Ed002's Note - Don’t ask about random players because you will be disappointed every time.}



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13 Mar 2018 05:03:11
Viera is past being assistant manager and with the unrest within the fans and now lack of people turning up to games, if Wenger is to be replaced, it would be someone that would excite the fans one would assume. I love Henry, but I’m not sure he’s the answer right now. Pep is an unbelievable coach, and he had little experiences before taking over Barcelona A but he inherited the best team in the world at that point not to mention he’s also had unreal financial backing where ever he’s been. I’m not convinced to board are ready to keep up financially with the other top clubs in the world. Yes we broke our transfer record twice this year with both players costing around 55 mil but didn’t we sell 110 mil worth of players this year. You see my point. Stan has zips on he’s trouser pockets tightly locked with a padlock. No ones found the key yet.




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05 Mar 2018 11:14:09
Interesting. Cheers for the clear up.





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