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17 Sep 2018 15:11:45
Apparently Gazidis is leaving, will we really miss him. I know he eventually held the door open for wenger but that was at least two years too late. We also have increased revenue but by a smaller percentage than our rivals. I don't think he will be missed, the problem may arise, with who replaces him. I doesn't seem that we are trying too hard to keep him.

steve.r

{Ed002's Note - Trying hard is not really the issue Steve, his question to himself is "am I done"?}


1.) 17 Sep 2018 16:30:42
Or does he want a payrise Ed02.

{Ed002's Note - It is time to move on I would think Steve. There is also a much bigger picture that might well be worth considering when you are laying in bed tonight thinking of Ivan Gazidis.

Milan is currently in the hands of Vulture Capitalists (Elliott Management) who have taken control of the holding company (Rossoneri Sport Investment Lux) as one of the repayments for a loan debt was not made in time. Although they do not have full ownership of the club they do have full control and have committed a fixed figure for investment with a view to putting it back on a firm footing and then selling at a profit. They immediately began a cull which saw the Chief Executive Marco Fassone removed, Massimiliano Mirabelli sacked and Leonardo installed as Sporting Director. They also told Gennaro Gattuso that he would leave after the US tour they were on at the time by which time a legal matter concerning his replacement would be resolved. However, when Leonardo arrived he did not know that Gattuso had been told he would leave and immediately fought to reverse the decision which resulted in a one off payment being made to the replacement who was lined up, and some very red faces.

Regardless, they still need a new Chief Executive to replace Fassone. Ivan Gazidis is top of the list and one who might do a very good job there. He will be attractive given Paul Singer knows IG well, he worked with the MLS for a long time and critically he has successful experience in Europe. Against it would be whether or not IG has decided that he has done everything necessary at Arsenal and that it will likely only be a two year deal as the club will undoubtedly be sold - unless a little something else were to happen. Even if he feels he has Arsenal in a good position, he may want to stay at the helm for a while, or perhaps he will want a new challenge? But I rather expect the move to Milan. In terms of the something else that could happen, there is a good chance that Alisher Usmanov could be looking for a club to buy in full and whilst Newcastle is available in the Premier League I am not aware of any interest being shown at this time, or any approach to Mike Ashley. However, it is not out of the question that he could join Gazidis in Milan after spending the past 6 months mulling over the move. There is another high end Italian side that is "sort of" available and that is seen as an option by Usmanov.}


2.) 17 Sep 2018 16:41:25
Thanks for the info Ed, that would look like a bit of betrayal wouldn't it, joining usminov.

{Ed002's Note - The other way around though Steve - I did post this before.}


3.) 17 Sep 2018 16:51:17
If he goes Ed, do you think a reason why we aren't falling over trying to keep him, is josh kronke.

{Ed002's Note - At that level of the business folks come and go, once they indicate they want to move on businesses do not fall over themselves. I don't know if JK would be the best option for the club nor if he would want such a significant shift in focus.}


4.) 17 Sep 2018 17:16:44
Agree Ed, i'm not sure it is either but it wouldn't surprise me to see JK take over from Gazidis.

{Ed002's Note - Arsenal know what is coming, so they will have to be making plans. There will certainly be some negotiation involved over when he departs and when he can start a new role - and that will largely be amicable and used to perhaps cement relationships. It would make sense to have someone with a very good working knowledge of business in the UK/Europe and with extensive experience to me - after all, he (or she) will effectively be running the business. No doubt they will be taking advice from specialists about this already - I would put aside any thoughts or proposals made that Vinai Venkatesham could take the role - he is in no way the answer nor would he be considered.}


5.) 17 Sep 2018 20:08:39
Thanks for the insight Ed02.

{Ed002's Note - You are welcome.}


6.) 17 Sep 2018 22:27:17
I don't really understand what he does or doesn't do or whether he's done a good or bad Job at Arsenal but what I do know is he wasn't very popular until the rumours of him leaving surfaced and suddenly people stated worrying about him going.
I remember he was blamed for our lack of signings for a long time.


7.) 18 Sep 2018 06:11:26
I was never convinced by Gazidis, as Wenger totally dominated the club in the post-Dein/ Fiszman era.
I like the set up we now have, which appears due to Gazidis. I am not anti-Kroenke per se, but it concerns me if his son replaces Gazidis. Is he up to the job? On the positive side, the more involved he gets, the more he may influence his Father in terms of investing financially in the club.


8.) 18 Sep 2018 18:44:45
Great call Ed02.


 

 

02 Jun 2018 09:38:27
Im sure there must be some legs in the ousamme dembeli rumours. A loan and an option to buy seems plausible. Could he be our star buy/ loan this summer.

steve.r

1.) 02 Jun 2018 11:37:46
Or maybe the 5th best player who comes in for us this summer Steve:-)


2.) 02 Jun 2018 12:48:28
Hope and expectations going through the roof Gunner. Lol.


3.) 02 Jun 2018 16:29:02
I think he’s way to expensive for us.


4.) 02 Jun 2018 19:38:09
Everything is possible at this stage Steve mate :-) no rain clouds on the horizon as we speak and I have high hopes of a bbq season:-)


5.) 02 Jun 2018 20:17:11
My scepticism radar is on full alert. I find it hard to fathom why Barcelona would loan out a player they paid Euro 137m for last summer, with an option to buy, presumably at a fraction of that price making it affordable. I suspect Dembele is a trifle miffed over his game time being cut since Coutinho arrived - it makes sense for his camp to make noise. I would be very surprised if Arsenal were able to attract a player of that calibre, this year at least.


6.) 03 Jun 2018 02:12:48
I see the legs on the Mislintat/ Auba connection, but we're talking serious money here.
Also, to buy a someone of that price, and so well considered as a future world class player, to let him go just the next year? Not so Barca's alike. Seems more like playing FIFA for me.
If there's really something here, it definitely will be time to start taking seriously the on current changes.


7.) 03 Jun 2018 07:13:44
The way he plays just doesn't fit the Barcelona system and they are already talking about replacing him with someone who is a good passer of the ball so yeah if Sven and Raul are creative, this is a transfer that will definitely happen.


8.) 03 Jun 2018 10:14:08
It's worth remembering this is just a tabloid rumour and if it doesn't happen the club and new management team aren't to blame for what the media invented.
One part or another of the media or another will link us with between 70 or 80 players between them this summer and if people let themselves get disappointed over every invented story that doesn't happen then it's going to be a tough tough summer for some.


9.) 04 Jun 2018 06:34:30
Teams don't spend €140m on a player before checking if they fit their style of play jc.


 

 

18 May 2018 16:42:27
So its the dream team of arteta no1 cazorla no2 and henry part time.

steve.r

1.) 18 May 2018 17:16:32
dont forget mertesacker ducking in from time to time.


2.) 18 May 2018 21:01:02
Bloody pathetic.


3.) 19 May 2018 07:27:00
And diaby in charge of players conditioning and fitness.


4.) 19 May 2018 09:10:36
Banbury what's pathetic?, this could work out to be a fantastic appointment. Or the opposite who knows.


5.) 19 May 2018 11:41:24
Arsenal have always been leaders in innovation. From managerial appointments to ground development. There is a set of values within the club and an Arsenal way that other clubs would love to have within their DNA. The appointment of Arteta and the leadership and managerial structure put in place to take us forward could be brilliant, or it may stutter. However I am behind it, football moves forward as so do Arsenal - forward together I say.


6.) 19 May 2018 13:09:15
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The whole thing is pathetic it’s a MASSIVE gamble, the stadium could well be half empty by October . MA has absolutely no experience of management. it just suits the board to have a novice they are less likely to ask for pocket money.


7.) 19 May 2018 13:32:24
Agree Banbury, its all very kronk sports.


8.) 19 May 2018 16:09:44
True it could well go either way. However you've just summed up the modern day arsenal fan. Stadium could be empty by October. Now the thought of our fans throwing the dummies out and not going to support us is pathetic. I understood the previous time we did that. But if we do that each time we don't get our way we'd look far more ridiculous as a club than taking a risk with arteta.


9.) 19 May 2018 19:42:35
D i can't agree with you, fans, no, all humans have every right to protest and let people know how they feel. If no one get hurt physically, i support them fully, if they have a grievance. Wenger would still be here if it wasnt for the paying public showing their dissatisfaction. No problem at all with that. If arteta or whoever is good, then i think there will be no problem at all.


 

 

16 May 2018 20:27:40
Just another bit of fake news to counter the arteta news. Ancelotti has a pre contract with Arsenal, according to one italian news site.

steve.r

1.) 16 May 2018 20:58:22
It's not Sky italia by any chance is it?


2.) 16 May 2018 21:13:14
No it’s the Express.


3.) 17 May 2018 01:44:57
More like pizza express.


 

 

13 May 2018 21:36:08
Congratulations to our next manager for winning the italian league again. Now arsenal go get our man.

steve.r

1.) 13 May 2018 22:41:29
Hopefully mate, just hoping Ed002 gives us some information!


2.) 14 May 2018 00:12:49
He said he is staying at juv.


3.) 14 May 2018 00:40:25
My problem is, i'm not sure what we can offer him to leave juve. We don't think like a big club anymore, so we would have to make him an offer he can't refuse. i'm not sure we will.


4.) 14 May 2018 07:45:36
Yeah not looking good he said he is staying.


 

 

 

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11 Oct 2018 20:07:20
There is a stupid debate going on on the bbc about the best prem team. There is no debate. They are trying to use things like points and amount of goals scored, what a load of tripe. The invincibles are the best prem team ever. Not only did they go unbeaten, they had some of the best players the prem has ever seen. The defence, midfield, wide and center and attack had no weaknesses. The only team for me to run them close was the utd treble team because winning the treble is just as amazing but the other two comps don't count towards best prem team. To say citeh are better is rubbish, yes they got loads of points and scored loads of goals but their defence, was and still is suspect. They got humbled twice in the prem and their defence exposed. No contest as far as the prem goes, the invincibles, unbeaten!

steve.r

1.) 11 Oct 2018 20:49:41
It's all about opinion and how you chose to measure it mate.
Of course it's the invincibles for me too because I'm an Arsenal fan and I loved every minute of watching them and their Arsene Wenger predecessors too, sexy sexy football and served up with players who had fantastic style and played with a Cheeky smile quite often too.
But some of the Liverpool teams of the 70s 80s were pretty tasty and of course City last season breaking records for goals and points in much more competitive premier league than when Arsenal and United played out a 2 horse tittle race.
Pele or Maradona
Ronaldo or Messi

Best ever song?
Greatest singer ever?
Best film ever made?
There is no answer simply because it's all just opinion and we all have our own personal opinion that is different others.

Your right Steve it is a stupid debate mate.


2.) 11 Oct 2018 21:22:57
Gunner, i agree but it is a league and its over 9 months, different eras, different teams the objective however strong or weak the league is/ was percieved, is to win it. To win it through three seasonal periods, with differing weather types, injuries, referees and good/ bad decisions is the hardest thing you can do to go unbeaten. Until someone does the same and beats them by 1 point, they are not the best prem team. Until citeh got all them points last season, i don't think there was a debate, what does it matter if you are 2 points better off or 15 points better off winning the league, if you are beaten, you have a weakness that has been exposed. No one else in England has ever done it in the top league, ever.


3.) 11 Oct 2018 21:41:40
In your opinion that is mate :-)
Just out of interest Steve what if a team played 38 won 37 lost 1 scored 100 goals conceded just 5 all season, would that 1 defeat mean they were inferior to the invincibles automaticly in your opinion ?


4.) 11 Oct 2018 21:57:44
Yes because they haven't managed in that season to go unbeaten, they got exposed by someone. Arguably the invincibles didnt, they had a stronger mentality or resilience.


5.) 11 Oct 2018 22:16:18
Its different eras so its only opinion but a little experiment for you gunnner. Write both teams down, go through them man for man and see what your ultimate team would be and how many from each team would get in. I've got more arsenal but then maybe i'm biased.


6.) 11 Oct 2018 22:23:16
Gunner, i can't swap Lehman, cambell, cole, vierra, pirez, henry and bergy for any of their counterparts. Lol, Even toure for stones, would be hard.


7.) 11 Oct 2018 22:35:25
Steve I can't find room for many city players either mate but we are biased, we can't help but be because we watched those players each and every week we lived than season with them, we were memorised by them.
Here's a question mate, what if Perez hadn't conned the ref by diving v Portsmouth and won that penalty that turned a 1 0 nil defeat into a 1 1 draw, would the invincibles have been less brilliant in your eyes?


8.) 12 Oct 2018 01:16:07
Definitely, gunner.


9.) 12 Oct 2018 07:31:31
It may be harder to be unbeaten now but that’s the yardstick

Everyone has an opinion - hence it’s a debate%? Conclusions aren’t always right ( sure we’ve had a Labour government ) 😉

It’s ckearly the invincibles although may be we had a better team before the invincibles.


10.) 12 Oct 2018 07:52:27
Fair enough mate, we are all different which again highlights how ridiculous the bbc debate was in the first place.


11.) 12 Oct 2018 09:16:51
Also guys, while being unbeaten in the league we also went and achieved the longest unbeaten run of 49.should have been more.


12.) 12 Oct 2018 10:16:17
Hey SY what a game it would be between the 97/ 98 double winners and the invincibles?
Very different debate which was the better side of the two.


13.) 12 Oct 2018 18:56:59
G62 - I was a huge fan of the 1998 Arsenal double winning side, which had the keeper and defence of the George Graham era, a superb midfield of Parlour, Vieira, Petit and Overmars, with Anelka and Bergkamp up top, Wrighty was still about too.
Was that the team that only had one defeat, away to Chelsea when Bould went off and we lost?


14.) 12 Oct 2018 20:54:23
Hi RG I think if remember right it was under George we had that one defeat at Chelsea mate, I remember George response when asked what happens now the unbeaten run had come to an end, he simply said " we go on another unbeaten run " and we did.
Personally I'm not much of one for being swayed by stats 100% only and although that 97/ 98 side weren't invincibles in my opinion they were every bit as good.
I'm in no way trying to diminish the amazing achievement achieved by our 2003/ 2004 side but sometimes the difference between going unbeaten or losing just 1 game isn't always about ability or greatness, a refs mistake, opposition player scoring a worldie from 40 yards or a striker missing an open goal from 2 yards out can be the only difference between the 37 or 38 unbeaten.
Uniteds treble winners got the rub of the green here and there and so of course did the invincibles at certain points too.


15.) 12 Oct 2018 23:37:13
Pretty sure only lost one game in 1990/ 91 season remember my daughter born 1st Feb that year same day or weekend! Almost invincibles 20 years earlier! ( son made up for it born on 26th May! United won the treble and fair play but a bergkamp penalty miss a giggs worldie and two last minute goals even George Best had left the stadium early for! Great team but spawney as! COYG.


16.) 13 Oct 2018 11:01:46
62 - that would be a game and a half. I feel the defence was stronger in 97/ 8. I loved Overmars and thought he was our best finisher when under pressure but Freddie was super cool infront if goal and Robbie was just super. I feel going forward and midfield that the invincibles have it. The attack would make the difference. The defence of 1998 and the midfield plus the attack of 2003/ 4 would be an interesting team. Pires Silva Vieira Freddie - that midfield has everything. Skill, goals, power, defence, speed, coolness.


17.) 13 Oct 2018 11:54:24
One things for sure SY mate none of Liam Brady Stapleton O'leary or any of today's players would even get on the bench if we picked a best Arsenal 18 from the last 40 years and every player that did make the 18 man squad would have played under Arsene Wenger, obviously some would have played under George and Arsene but none would be totally George players.
The last 14 years have made it easy to forget just how brilliant Arsene was at his very best and how lucky and spoilt we were by him in those first 8 years.


 

 

07 Oct 2018 18:27:25
Two points off the top. Heady heights indeed. Must admit Liverpool and Citeh are stronger looking especially citeh but i don't think we need to worry about that just yet. Top four looks there for the taking for chelski, toots, us and dare i say it utd. Keep beating the lesser lights this year and try and improve the weaknesses. Dick is the man.

steve.r

1.) 07 Oct 2018 18:46:33
Every Arsenal fan loves Dick! He is the man.

Taking shape game by game - exciting.


2.) 07 Oct 2018 21:27:12
My thoughts too steve.
SY mate, that sounded a bit wrong for a bit 😂 😂.


3.) 07 Oct 2018 21:38:59
Think most fans would of bit your hand off, if you asked would you take been two points behind the leaders at this stage.


4.) 08 Oct 2018 20:26:41
We still have to remember we haven't beaten anyone above current 9th in the prem and our cup opponents were not strong. We have a massive distance to go before we can call ourselves top four contenders. Our strike force is most definitely league winning material and we should blow average defences away. Until thrashing a wide open Fulham, we haven't looked good in midfield or at the back. At the moment its all good and we will need a couple of very good windows but we have more energy in games and look to be making strides. Bigger test to come, to show up any weaknesses that are still there but happy days.


 

 

07 Oct 2018 17:56:41
It was only Fulham but the pressing today by Welbeck, lacca, myki, torreira and when he came on auba was really good. Players are coming round bit by bit, especially good from lacca.

steve.r

1.) 07 Oct 2018 18:28:42
Agree. It seems to me that that style Dick wants is beginning to take shape. Torreira was outstanding today, as was Gendouzzi when he came on. This was the first time the defence seemed to have some organisation. Only Fulham, as you say, but 9 wins on the spin and 4th place in the league did not look likely at this stage after the first two games of the season.


2.) 07 Oct 2018 18:47:37
You have to give welbeck and iwobi credit, there are better players than them but iwobi is doing better and welbeck actually today created more chances than anyone and got an assist.


3.) 07 Oct 2018 19:50:25
Iwobi looks like a prospect out of nowhere, his new improved work rate gets him totally involved in the game and tuned in to the pace of the game. The talent was wasted without the effort but with continued effort and commitment suddenly the lad is a huge asset instead of a cosy club passenger.


4.) 07 Oct 2018 21:06:27
Gunner i still see him as a sub in the "first eleven" but definitely deserves his place on the bench in the big games and with a bit more maturity and less naivety, who knows. Last season, he wasnt good enough for anything so, good luck to him.


5.) 07 Oct 2018 21:46:00
We said at the start of the season Steve it was a fresh start for everyone under Dick and personally I'm no longer disheartened when I see Iwobi in the starting 11, in fact I'm quite excited to see the lads improvement now.
While they are producing and giving their all I'm happy with whoever Dick selects on the day.


 

 

07 Oct 2018 17:38:52
Great win today, although Fulham are in serious trouble. Torreira against a poor midfield was excellent in midfield, tackled dribbled, passed and was dynamic. The sooner we get him playing with Gouendouzi, the sooner we will have a midfield that can be competative. Lacca and auba can take this team back in the top 4. Just the midfield and defence that needs stregthening. Bigger tests to come but lovely football in the second half. Killed off a struggling Fulham. We didn't miss ozil and against these weaker teams the squad is strong. Just the better teams we are behind.

steve.r

1.) 07 Oct 2018 18:42:25
I would say it’s only 3 that we are behind Steve, we are certainly up with Spuds now.


2.) 07 Oct 2018 18:49:55
Agree BG but at the moment, we are still to prove it against toot and utd. When we play them, all will be revealed.


3.) 07 Oct 2018 19:21:19
Equally they are to prove it against us, last season is history, out of the teams in the top 6, we can say we are a very different side, the others can’t claim that .


4.) 07 Oct 2018 20:24:18
We are a different side but i still think our soft center will catch us out. But we will see soon enough.


5.) 07 Oct 2018 20:18:36
Suddenly we have to be favourites in the 4th place race, United may turn a corner but it's anyone's guess what is happening or will there next, plus we have 5 point lead over them as we stand.
Spurs? Can only see this season getting tougher and tougher for them.
Of the 3 clubs likely to fight out 4th place we are the only ones on the up and we are improving every week right now, long way to go and a lot can change but so far, totally unbelievable transformation from who we've been for over a decade and now.


6.) 08 Oct 2018 11:33:52
I think xhaka has been playing well steve.


7.) 08 Oct 2018 16:54:08
Crybaby, i am not sure what you see he is doing well but go on talk sport for their ratings (which have nothing to do with me) and they sum him up perfectly.


8.) 09 Oct 2018 07:22:09
You mean untinarsenal talk sport lol they hate the gunners, I’ll use my own eyes to see what he does and I’ve been impressed so far like everyone said to me when I said about emery, everyone has a clean slate.


9.) 09 Oct 2018 17:37:27
Anti arsenal talk sport meant to say lol.


10.) 09 Oct 2018 20:17:06
I think they have him spot on. We won't go anywhere while he is in midfield. So limited in what he can do and like i say talk sport or not, i know of no rival fans who rate him at all, in fact they think he is one of the worst in the prem. Not one would have him in their team.


 

 

04 Oct 2018 20:00:32
Not particularly solid but rested players and players who played got game time in a competative game. Well done leno again. Clean sheet but not entirely watertight. On to sunday. 8 on the bounce, impressive.

steve.r

1.) 04 Oct 2018 20:29:22
If the season carrys on like it's gone so far with all results going as to form and expectations I'd be more than happy.
Ok I don't particularly want to lose home and away to City Chelsea and Liverpool or draw with United and Spurs twice but if we beat everyone else home and away and get 82pts I'd take that gladly.
It's been a long long time since we lived up to our capabilities and if Emery can achieve that throughout his first season then his second season should be a really exciting one for us :-)


2.) 04 Oct 2018 21:02:53
The wins are good for the confidence, keep them coming. I agree with you Steve we look easy to play against. I think we should be more aggressive off the ball, win the lose balls and our passes must be quicker too. Also we need to surprise to opposition by lifting the ball over their defence for our attackers to run unto after putting some quick passes together. It's times for the boys to play as men and help the coach implement his style of play on the team. Happy days ahead. At least the competitive mentality is coming back. Football isn't as easy as it used to be played.


3.) 04 Oct 2018 21:22:26
For me it was a tougher game than it looked and also as the score line would suggest. That been said it was actually an encouraging performance from my point of view. Quarabag are not as bigger mugs as some people would make out and a trip to Azerbaijan with an almost second string side is quite impressive. I like how and when players get rotated we are although lacking in cohesion at times. Leno looks good. so far.


4.) 04 Oct 2018 21:30:41
Didn't see the game but apparently Iwobi was excellent?


5.) 04 Oct 2018 21:54:30
He was ok gunner, i think a few months doing what he is doing until an injury or suspension allows him in the first 11. he's making an impact, still looks lost at times but he is great as an impact player and playing in the cup games for now. He isn't up to the level of the players ahead of him.


6.) 04 Oct 2018 21:57:32
Well what I will say is I ain’t going to speak another word about Iwobi until the end of the season 🤫.


7.) 04 Oct 2018 23:29:45
Good luck with that Sanogo mate:-)
Me thinks you might struggle with that one, one way or the other as the games weeks and months tick by :-)


8.) 05 Oct 2018 07:55:55
From the starting line up, perhaps only Leno, Sokratis and Monreal will start v Fulham. We also started with 18 year old Smith-Rowe and 19 year old Guendouzi. Taking this into account, although Qarabag were not high quality opponents, a 3-0 away win in the CL was a decent result.

In respect of the defensive side of our game, we still give away way too many chances, but I believe by teams attacking us, we are able to counter-attack more, as the opponents push up. I am not at all certain that this is a tactic, but the result is that we are creating chances and scoring consistently.


 

 

 

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12 Oct 2018 01:19:56
When he starts getting it right at the start of a game, we are going to be dangerous. Lol.

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06 Oct 2018 17:15:05
Wow, thanks Ed.

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06 Oct 2018 17:03:26
Ed02, can you see ozil leaving in January, i would have thought because of his wages, he would be hard to move on but i don't see him as an emery player. He isn't pulling up any trees so far.

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06 Oct 2018 16:54:48
Not sure what Ramseys position is in this team Ed02. Emery has tried him at no10 and ozil has been out wide. I think he likes it more fluid and prefers his players to press, wherever they play. I think Almiron works more like he wants his players to work.

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06 Oct 2018 16:02:51
I would think he's ramseys replacement if correct.

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{Ed002's Note - He plays in a different position to Ramsey - in fact the same position as Oezil. Piotr Zielinski and Ever Benaga are seen by the club to be potential replacements if Ramsey were to leave.}


 

 

 

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20 Oct 2018 00:52:05
There is no way he will end up at Bayern or any top European club. Its all fake news, he was supposed to have been announced at a press conference yesterday. All rubbish.

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20 Oct 2018 00:03:07
Agree eden, its all fake news, Bayern may be desperate but they are not in last chance saloon yet.

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17 Oct 2018 22:16:17
Still, didn't pep say at one point raul bravo was the best goalkeeper in the world. Lol.

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17 Oct 2018 21:59:14
Im afraid, winning is the only thing that satifies fans, he will have to win (like poch) to be flavour of the month. Us fans are fickle, whoeverwe support.

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17 Oct 2018 21:51:02
A bit of a strange remark that, what did he say about when he had the ball. Lol. I have heard many in the football world say opposite to that. Of all his strengths, without the ball is not one of them.

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