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27 Dec 2020 10:22:24
Brave of Arteta to play the young players. Glad it paid dividends. Saka, martinelli and emile smith rowe were excellent.

we have all being clamoring for the young players to be given a chance. At least we knew they will fight for the badge as opposed to semi-retired professionals like willian who is just here for his contract.

I am afraid Arteta might go back to playing the old pros again and we might again see the terrible performances we have been seeing. I hope he learns from this match and keeps playing the young players.

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1.) 27 Dec 2020 23:10:22
I think that yesterday showed that there problems with Luis and Willian. Not saying the youngsters are the solution: i hope they are. But yesterday we played with something of a spine, even if we didn’t always keep our structure.

Shame we’re stuck with willian for another two years maybe we can ship him off to China.

2.) 27 Dec 2020 23:14:27
The secret is to get the correct mixture of experience and youth I’m sure that’ll come soon we have some fantastic young players but unfortunately some of our more experienced so called leaders have gone missing and one of them unfortunately happens to be our top goalscorer and club captain, PEA needs to get with it sharp, if not we need to sell him in January whilst he still has some value and before he becomes the rotten apple in the cart.

3.) 28 Dec 2020 16:37:31
John Mcvicar wrote a book called the Rotten Orchard, inferring that some instructions are full of rotten apples.
That book keeps coming to mind when I think of our club right now.



19 Dec 2018 23:24:18
Deeply dissapointed by our two recent losses. You can tell this team is devoid of quality in most areas of the pitch. It will be a miraculous achievement if Emery wins the europa or finishes in the top 4 with this lot.

The biggest worrying thing for me is that the team is in serious need of investment to get in the top four never mind challenging for the title.

The owner believes you can achieve both through our self sustaining policy but that can only work if we are winning trophies so that we generate more sponsorship but how can we win if we don't have a good squad? It is a vicious circle.

Unai Emery as much as he was not my first choice, is a decent coach but that team is so rubbish he can't do much. we have already fallen behind city and liverpool we risk falling behind the spuds and chelsea unless we invest heavily. United will get a new manager next season and they will spend heavily. I expect them to challenge for the title soon. I expect them to get poch or zidane and you can imagine how much they will spend then.

punani gooner

1.) 20 Dec 2018 02:45:17
Punani chill out. You forgotten all ready we destroyed spurs like a week ago as well as having an impressive unbeaten run. I agree the team is short of some world class talent but we’ve taken a massive step forward. Yes we’ve lost 2 games on the spin but do you remember what happened last time we lost 2 games on the spin?

We’ve not been great of late I admit, but in my opinion it’s no coincidence that form has dipped since the formation has changed and Lacazette hasn’t been starting.

2.) 20 Dec 2018 07:59:17
Emery has done a fine job so far, bringing in 5 players during the summer, which is about the maximum amount that could be safely integrated. We have been unfortunately to lose 2 players out for the season to injury. I would like to see us sign a couple of players in the window; a player to replace Welbeck, who can play up front and in a wide attacking role and a midfield player with an all-round game.
The following players are clearly on borrowed time:
Jenkinson! - utterly useless
Iwobi - still poor despite an upturn in form since Emery's arrival
Ramsey - contract running down
Cech - contract running down
Monreal - contract running down
Elneny - simply not good enough

For me the major weakness for me that needs most attention is that we have too many attacking midfield players that offer so little defensively.

3.) 20 Dec 2018 09:35:19
Dick has a similar job to what Jurgen walked into at Liverpool both inherited poor squads full of obvious weaknesses and defensive problems.
It didn't happen over night at Liverpool and it won't happen over night at Arsenal either, this time last season people were still asking huge questions about Liverpools defence.
Jurgen and Liverpool had some pretty poor results on the way to getting where they are now 3 years after Klopp took over, patience is going with the manager and the club is the only way we stand a chance of getting back to being competitive.
If in 3 years time we still have all the same problems with squad quality then I will be joining those who question the club but if it took Liverpool and Klopp 3 years why should we expect Arsenal and Emery to do pretty much exactly the same job in less than 1 year?
Be realistic and give both the club and management a sensible chance and time scale to show what they can do together.

4.) 20 Dec 2018 15:45:54
Agreed, I think we've just gotten used to winning again, so fans are overreacting to the two losses on the trot.

Ideally we would have rotated yesterday, but that was a man's game and a NLD so we couldn't play the kids.

Although we lost, we now match them physically (which wasn't the case the last two seasons) and we need more time for Emery to get the players he wants.

We're tired and beat up, but we need to push to January and get a couple players to reinforce and refresh the squad.

We're on the right track boys.


5.) 20 Dec 2018 18:58:04
Absolutely bang on the money g62. Results and seasons were poor, so most fans begged for a change. We've nkw got it. and while it has started better than we thought, it's not perfection. let's face it, things take time and I guarantee most fans of asked at the beginning of season if they'd be happy with where we are at this moment, majority would
Have said yes. New manager, new tactics, majority of inherited squad, but showing a fighting spirit that was lacking in past seasons. Rome wasn't built in a day, the excitement is surely in the curiosity of what lies ahead.

6.) 20 Dec 2018 19:20:09
So far the Dick Arsenal combo have brought in Torreira Guendouzi Leno Papa and Litch, Torreira and Guendouzi have both been brilliant signings so far and both look absolute bargains while Papa and Leno both look like good buys and Litch has proved a useful addition to the squad especially when covering injuries.
We can't sign Ronaldo Messi or Mbappe type names in order to fast track ourselves into the title race so we are going to need to be patient and buy well and if the 5 signings so far and the difference they have made are anything to go buy then we should be very excited about what we will look like if we add another 5 to them over the next two windows.



15 May 2018 23:56:39
I don't know why our fans think the arsenal job is a hot property. All the big coaches who have been linked with us, have either taken other job offers, extended their contracts or chosen to remain at their club.

We arsenal fans should be grateful to Arteta, as he is willing to take a job when everything is against him. It is a poisoned chalice, no coach wants to take it and the major reason being the board has no ambition. They are not willing to spend, hence why no top manager is interested.

It is not about history or stuff like that, it is purely down to money. You think man city got Guardiola because they have history? No. They got him because they showed him they have ambition. We could have gotten Allegri or any other top coach if we showed ambition.

I think we arsenal fans need to appreciate Arteta and cut him some slack. He took a pay cut to join us as a player and is willing to take up the job even though it is a poisoned chalice. I admire his courage. If i was in his shoes i wouldn't have taken that job because there is a bigger chance i would fail due to an unambitious owner. His career could end before it even gets started. He really has his back against the wall and i hope he succeeds for his sake and our sakes.

We are down to arteta because there is no one else, plain and simple. Every top coach is out of the running. Nobody wants us and that is not Arteta's fault. It is the fault of the board and the owner. I think the fans should be mad at them instead.

punani gooner

1.) 16 May 2018 06:48:04
Punani - I have nothing against Arteta and will support him if given the role but I have reservations:

1. We have a big defensive and mentality rebuild project
2. Arteta has limited experience as a manager but talks a good game about management but a lot about attacking play rather than defence
3. Limited experience handling players like Ozil, PEA, Rambo etc
4. Limited success as a player at an international level or club level. Combined with Management experience is not a great mix
5. Limited pool of managers due to budget and set up - have we limited ourselves to Arteta by our ambition and fears of another monopoly of power situation. Well a full dilution doesn’t work either
6. Will Arteta stand up to the board and what back room staff will he bring to help him or does that need to bed in also.

{Ed025's Note - all good points SY, its a massive job for a rookie to take on and i can see it all ending in tears myself...but who knows mate..

2.) 16 May 2018 07:49:04
If Arteta gets the job and it all starts going horrible wrong, I’d expect a horrific atmosphere at the emerites and potentially a lot worse than the last few seasons have been. Fans were torn before 50/ 50, some over looking poor results, instead respecting Wengers legacy and the hardship he put into transforming this club. This time round it will all be united aimed a one person. Kronke.

3.) 16 May 2018 08:34:52
IF and it's Still a big if Artetta gets the job then my concern is he trys to get current Arsenal players to play Pep style football.
Lots of top footballers struggle as managers with lower league teams simply because they try to get them to do stuff like premier league players forgetting if they were capable of that they would actually be premier league players.
It's no good trying to paint fine lines needed for a masterpiece of art with a 3 inch paint brush you've got to adapt your picture according to the materials you have available.

4.) 16 May 2018 08:51:34
Another point that should be mentioned. Why would Arteta want to leave the best team in the league working under arguably the best manager in the world (because of money) ? If he does take the job then fair play to him! He's risking his limelight that Pep keeps giving him to go out on manage the club that he loved to play for! I must stress that it wasn't my first choice by a long shot but there must be something there. I hope!

5.) 16 May 2018 13:42:47
The only reason why arsenal are going for arteta is because the other managers have rejected them or are not available. It has nothing to do with the bullshit gazidis said about making a 'bold' choice. A bold choice is a nagelsmann or a tedesco not an arteta.

I feel sorry for arteta. The fans are against his appointment and the board won't back him. Regardless of who comes in, that arsenal team has a long list of players who are not good enough.
1.Cech-past it
2.Bellerin-technically deficient (can't cross can't defend a speed merchant)
3. Mustafi-shocking defender. How many times have you seen him fall on his arse?
4.Koscienly-literally his Achilles has become his Achilles heel
5.Xhaka-poor tackler, slow and lacks concentration
6.Ramsey-technically not good enough
7.Iwobi-They say okocha is his uncle. Seems he didn't inherit the good genes.
8.Welbeck-shocking player. How he makes into the first team i don't know.

That is 8 players who should be shipped out so we need like a whole new team. That lot we have won't even get us into the top four. Regardless of who comes in, arsenal's perennial issues will never be addressed. The biggest issue being an owner who has zero ambition.

I feel arteta can do a decent job if the fans get behind him but i am afraid regardless of who comes in, we will never win something big unless the owner spends, something i don't think will happen. We need to start a campaign to get kroenke out.

6.) 16 May 2018 14:36:23
BS! Manager at arsenal is probably the biggest job on the market. Stable finances. Solid structure. Good (under performing) team. Good backroom staff. Getting Allegri or Ancelotti is not guaranteed any success, and the board probably know it. It might be throwing money out the window and messing up a good system.

BTW, Guardiola took over Barcelona when he was 37 years after managing the Barcelona B team. Pochettino was 37 when he took over Espanyol, no experience. The fact is that we don't know much about Arteta and the type of manager he will be. The fact that Guardiola hand picked him as his assistant is a sign of quality, he is usually a picky guy.

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7.) 16 May 2018 15:47:37
Norgunner, the arsenal job is not as big as you think it is. Here is what we know so far. Look at all the managers we were linked with and what happened with them.
1.Allegri-opted to stay at juventus. They say he had issues with the transfer budget. out of the running as of now
2.Enrique (Don't rate him highly) -had issues with salary and transfer budget. out of the running as of now.
3.Tuchel-Went to PSG.
4.Nagelsmann-Arsenal were interested. He opted to stay in hoffenheim.
5.joachim lowe-extended his contract with the german national team

I may be missing a couple more but, when wenger stepped down, the candidates were suppossedly many but almost any top manager that we we linked with; has opted to either stay, take other job offers or not even take our job even though they were unemployed.

Forget about top tier coaches, second tier coaches like nagelsmann have rejected us, what does that say about the arsenal job? face it nobody wants it and it has everything to do with the board and the owner. They don't want to spend.



14 May 2018 20:39:09
How far have we fallen that no top manager is interested in us?
Allegri-not interested
Tuchel- was not interested and went to psg.
Nagelsmann-not interested
enrique-deemed our salary low

From the so called list we drew up, it seems most of the top coaches are not interested in us. we are down to arteta and viera.

punani gooner

1.) 14 May 2018 21:07:18
I wouldn't panic just yet punani. Only tuchel out of your list is definitely not interested. Most of the "info" about the others at the moment can't be trusted.

2.) 14 May 2018 21:16:37
Of that list I can understand allgeri wants to stay loyal to a club he has won multiple titles with. Tutchel i'm not sure what he had done to be classed a top manager. What do others thing. Nagelsmann not a top manager yet. Hope we get him but haven't seen him rule himself out. And Enrique like tutchel I don't see the fuss about him especially with the stupid salary he wants.

3.) 14 May 2018 21:22:26
It’s not like that punani. Someone has to fit the profile and want the job. It won’t be Vieira or Arteta I’m sure of it.

4.) 14 May 2018 23:35:31
Allegri said he was staying at juve. He did an interview after the roma game and said he was staying. so definitely not interested.

The reliable german journo, honigstein came out and said that tuchel was interested in the arsenal job last season. He was contacted this season too after he got into talks with PSG. rebuffed the arsenal offer (IMO the perfect coach for arsenal at this point in time)

About nagelsmann, i believe he is not interested because he already rejected bayern. Why would he reject bayern and choose arsenal? There is also an AST (arsenal supporters trust member) who is fairly reliable when it comes to Arsenal rumours who said that arsenal made an enquiry regarding nagelsmann and it was rebuffed. They were not even given a response. That is a bit insulting

DG, tuchel is a top top manager. Tactically very good. incredible coach. His only issue is how he relates to the board and stuff but on the pitch Thomas is a genius. off the pitch is where he has an issue. Nagelsmann is in the same mould too. What is interesting is it is tuchel who got nagelsmann into management. When tuchel was at augsburg i believe, it was nagelsmann who used to do opposition research for him. Tucehl and nagelsmann are similar. The tiny difference i have noted is that nagelsmann especially this season has his teams playing lot of long balls so i guess that makes him a bit unpredictable especially against the big teams. He is not shy to try the odd long ball.

Years ago guardiola and klopp were interested in us but we lost both chances. In my opinion i think arsenal made the wrong choice in not going all out for guardiola, a one in a generation kind of coach. Everywhere he has gone he may not have won every time but he has left a tactical footprint. Till now the guardiola effect is being felt in germany, easily the best coach of his generation. He was the coach to establish arsenal as a global force but he is gone now. He might have won the champions league or set us on the path to winning it but that is all gone now.

Shows how far we have fallen that second tier coaches like nagelsmann won't even respond to our inquiries.



14 May 2018 11:44:09
Deep down i had a feeling that allegri would not come to arsenal. I had that feeling because we have an owner with zero ambition. That has been our biggest problem. It just didn't come to light because wenger is not the kind of guy not to moan about lacking funds. He is a gentleman in that respect. He keeps things in-house.

Kroenke once did an interview i think was on the standard newspaper, it did seem incoherent to me but what i could get from that interview was that he thinks spending is not the way to go. He even went further and said he admires what.

punani gooner

1.) 14 May 2018 13:27:41
He is happy with managing the biggest club in Italian football, a team in the CL who have reached the final and semifinal fairly often in recent years. Probably worth noting that he's not going to Chelsea either, which has the definition of an invested owner.

2.) 14 May 2018 15:29:16
kroenke does not want to invest and the team needs serious investment. six to seven new players minimum that is the only way we can compete regardless of who the next manager is even though it would help if we hired someone who is ahead of his time.

i can only see us falling further and further behind. Wenger was just the symptom of a larger problem. We have addressed the symptom but not the disease;the disease being an unambitious owner and a totally incompetent board.

3.) 14 May 2018 19:16:20
This could be the most over the top reaction to someone not wanting to join us.

4.) 14 May 2018 20:49:55
I agree. If it’s true and Allegri is out of the running, it’s no coincidence big name managers with a reputation to withhold like Allergi and Enrique are No longer front runners; its because of the board upstairs and their lack of ambition and no doubt budget disagreements. Arteta and co maybe great coaches but even Pep spends 200 mil a season.

5.) 15 May 2018 02:42:27
Kroenke sanctioned a ton of spending on players in the past few seasons. We just spent 50m on a 29y/ o striker in January, not to mention picking up Xhaka and Mustafi for huge fees, Lacazette, etc.

I have a lot of issues with Kroenke's management but sanctioning spending is not one of them, not when you compare it to things like pushing contract renewals and how we actually conduct the business of transfers in and out.




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19 Dec 2020 22:19:47
I said I don't see it getting better for Mikel. I am disappointed to have been proven right. Even if we sack him, there are no quality managers out there. Who do we really replace him with?

The are not many names to pick from. Allegri is the only good coach available in my opinion but he is too defensive. Who should replace Arteta? would love to know ho the Eds think is the ideal candidate for arsenal.

punani gooner

{Ed001's Note - Rose.}

1.) 20 Dec 2020 09:28:27
Ed001, don't think Danny has his badges yet 😂.

{Ed001's Note - he has had plenty of time to get them, not like he has played any football in about 10 years!}

2.) 20 Dec 2020 09:48:30
Sounds like exactly the kind of manager Arsenal will be looking for. Good shout!



13 Dec 2020 21:34:58
Arteta has no one to blame but himself for his inevitable sacking. He has been given a once in a lifetime opportunity to manage a big club without any prior qualification but he has committed basic yet catastrophic management mistakes. Even though I do think he is tactically a decent manager, he has shown himself to be horrible at squad management, signings, integrating young players and man management.

The decision not to sell xhaka to hertha berlin last January, has come to haunt him. For years and years it has been obvious that xhaka is not good enough. He keeps making the same stupid mistakes over and over again. What convinced Arteta that he would be the linchpin of his new revolution is puzzling to me.

Arteta has loyalty to the wrong players and that will be his downfall. I have no idea why bellerin, xhaka, holding and willian keep starting despite performing dismally on the pitch.

Sending out guendouzi out on loan and ostracizing saliba are just some of the questionable decisions arteta has made. His so called "non negotiables" are just pure malarkey. Who is to have non-negotiables? Is he guardiola or klopp? has he won anything meaningful?

I do believe it is the end of him at Arsenal. He can't turn it around. He is just waiting for the guillotine.

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09 Dec 2020 10:43:18
I know that on this forum, the focus is on Arteta but I am baffled as to why Edu seems to be escaping any criticism.

In my opinion. Edu has done a worse job as a technical director than Arteta has as a coach.

A technical director is supposed to buy and sell well. edu has done neither. He has not shifted the deadwood at the club, granted some of them are on huge contracts, but i am certain a competent technical director like ocampos would have moved some of them . Edu did not shift any and the result is a bloated squad.

Edu has not bought well too. Despite popular belief, the only great signing he has made in my opinion is Gabriel. Activating Partey's release clause on the final day, while gifting Atletico Torreira on loan, whom Torino wanted to sign, was not smart business. A competent technical director would have taken the deal presented by Torino and then re-invested the money wisely.

Edu's time at the club is riddled with a litany of errors. Errors that are so rudimentary, it is shocking. it is clear to me that he is out of his depth.

In my humble opinion has to go before Arteta does. When Edu joined the club, I was so excited as i thought we would be signing young Brazilian talents. That has not happened. We have a squad with glaring issues especially in the midfield area and wings and we do not have money to fix them all at once. I don't think arsenal can dip into the European market because the likes of Aouar are so expensive so the focus should be on the south American market. If Edu does not fix the obvious squad issues come January, using the South American market should be shown the door.

punani gooner

1.) 09 Dec 2020 11:41:16
You are looking in the right direction. Keep going up the ladder. It all comes down to what the owners want. Do they have always gone with cheapest option . I have said it b4 until we don’t get owners that feel passionately about the club as the fans we will continue down the slippery slope. RIP the Arsenal I loved and supported for so long can’t wait until the next time I put my arsenal shirt back on with pride.

2.) 09 Dec 2020 12:57:28
I blamed the board when Wenger was in charge and I still do now

However, it doesn’t change Mikel’s coaching ability / style or success.

3.) 09 Dec 2020 20:01:56
Apart from Ozil I don't see how the board have stopped any of our managers from doing their jobs to their abilities mate.
Financially they have stumped up in my opinion.

4.) 09 Dec 2020 20:51:41
Sorry 62 - I’m not talking money. I’m talking setting standards, expectations and getting the club set up right.

Why didn’t the board put more pressure on Wenger 10 years earlier, state 4th isn’t good enough, address defence or you won’t get a new contract etc etc

Board sets the culture of the company not just spending.

5.) 09 Dec 2020 22:18:57
I agree with what you say SY but Arsene was King to most fans up until the last couple of seasons when slowly but surely people reluctantly accepted his best days were not coming back again but Stan was public enemy number one to most of the fans and sacking Arsene would have meant declaring war with the fans. Not a wise move given Arsenes popularity.

6.) 09 Dec 2020 23:05:27
Gunns4ever mate I do agree ownership is a huge problem too but arsenal have the highest net spend among all European teams after Manchester united in the last 2-3 years. Clubs have done less resources with more. Edu has been a huge letdown. He is not up to the task. we have wasted money and not shifted deadwood. After mislintat, who was a mixed bag in terms of signings, I can confidently say bar martinelli, gabriel and partey, all our signings have been average or terrible.

Edu seems to just sign kia joorabchian clients. There is a lot of conflict of interest. Don't you think it is a bit strange that cedric, a southampton reject gets a 4 year contract at arsenal? is it just coincidence or is it because his agent is kia who happens to be best mates with Edu? It looks so shady. Then we sign willian on a huge contract and guess who his agent is again? kia.



06 Dec 2020 21:56:40
Arteta doesn't help himself does he? Why does he keep playing under performing players?

why is bellerin starting over maitland niles? maitland niles is miles better technically and is better going forward. why are the likes of xhaka and holding starting?

why did arteta leave reiss nelson out of the squad despite him putting in a man of the match performance on Thursday?

Arteta might not be bad tactically but he has proven time and time again that he cannot manage a squad. Is saliba really worse than holding. even if he is worse, what does he have to lose by playing him since we are losing anyway? We spent 30m on the kid and he is good in on on ones. He might have done better against son and kane than holding.

why wasn't emile smith rowe even given a chance knowing we are struggling for creativity?

the results are horrible but long term arteta has proven that he cannot manage a big team. He has no idea of squad management. He exiled the only technically good midfielders we have without a replacement, does not want to play a defender we signed for 30m even in cups. That is criminal mismanagement. He seems to me that he is someone who wants to keep throwing money at the problem but we are not city. The fact that he has not understood that means he deserves the sack that is not mentioning the horrible football we play.

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30 Nov 2020 21:13:22
Arteta seems not to have resolved our attacking issues. It is clear he is learning on the job, a disastrous reality for us.

Some of the issues he is facing, he has sadly brought it upon himself. Considering our midfield issues, I am puzzled by our decision to send guendouzi out on loan. He seems to be flourishing out there and putting in excellent performances, and not against minnows either but against dortumund. Arteta's man management is horrendous. He seems to be obsessed with his non-negotiables. who is he to have non-negotiables? Guardiola?

I already said that i don't see it getting better. I have watched soccer for years and years and i know when it is the beginning of the end for a coach. arteta's end begun against villa, when such a result happens, players lose faith in the manager and it is downhill from there.

punani gooner

1.) 30 Nov 2020 22:41:40
It seems like you are not allowed to be angry or frustrated and show it to the media. Like ozil he was a bad loser as he didn't like to lose and he showed it in his body language and it wasn't everyone cup of tea, guendouzi didn'tike we lost to Brighton and he was pissed off with the tackle on Leno and he showed it so there he wasn't allowed so he is out too. So be a pu**y and play with no hunger and laugh after the game what it look like we want. Rubbish.

2.) 01 Dec 2020 16:56:34
Pea needs to be out wide with lacca up top he’s scored loads from the wing last year why change it?




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03 Aug 2020 20:28:10
D16.i have noticed that too, it is so worrying to have our deals being driven by agents. if Edu and raul can only do recruitment only through agents, they should both be fired.

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16 Jan 2019 12:56:30
It is not a rumuor gunner. The very reliable honigstein and ornstein are reporting it. It is happening, sven is leaving.

The implications are horifying. How will Arsenal get back to the top when we let go off the best scout in the world and have no money to spend?

I am afraid we will go downhill from here unless we find an equally capable replacement.

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15 Jan 2019 23:36:24
Gunner ornstein is reporting it too and i am afraid it is happening.

Of all the guys who gazidis employed before he left, it is sven i have been most impressed with. Apparently there is is power struggle between raul and sven. If i was Arsenal, i would pick sven. This man has contacts even as far as japan, has strong connections in the german and french markets which produce many talents, why lose him when we don't have much cash and we don't want to migrate from our self sustaining policy? Why?

It is chaotic at arsenal and i am really unhappy with the direction sanllehi is taking arsenal.

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23 May 2018 00:03:00
Sanogo am still getting over guardiola to city 😩.

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23 May 2018 00:00:53
SinGooner will get behind the team. I am a fan first of all. I hope Emery proves me wrong. I'll be over the moon if we won the league or the champions league in the next 2-3 years. It is just that i have my doubts is all but for sure i'll get behind the team and support the boys.

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27 Dec 2020 10:23:47
willian has been worse culprit. Just walking around without tracking back at times. Of the old players, the one who puts the most effort seems to be lacazette.

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19 Dec 2020 22:01:04
Bold of you to assume that arsenal has a board.

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13 Dec 2020 21:40:09
That decision alone should get Arteta the sack. It is such a stupid decision. The club spent 30m on saliba. whether he is good enough or not, he should have gotten the nod over mustafi in the europa league squad to at least prove himself. If you don't play how is he going to prove anything?

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13 Dec 2020 21:35:56
what a clown xhaka is. Get him out of the club.

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09 Dec 2020 23:06:57
Agree with welsh gooner. Guendouzi has to be brought back.

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