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Re: "Sky Sports Understands...."

Postby Rayge » 17 Jan 2018, 18:12

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Re: "Sky Sports Understands...."

Postby Dr Markus » 24 Jan 2018, 14:01

So who won the war between Arsenal and Utd? Who came off better. I think Arsenal came off better. Surround Giroud with Ozil and Mkhitaryan, with wilshere pulling the strings behind them, I think that do them for the rest of the season. With Sanchez coming and mourinho preferring more established players, if I were Rashford, i'd be looking for another club.
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Postby Toby » 24 Jan 2018, 14:11

United have a strong attacking line up augmented by a genuinely world-class player when he's at his best.

Arsenal have lost their best player. Your argument is based on hypothetical situations.

Mkhitaryan could be a great player for Arsenal, I don't doubt that. Given that Mourinho dismissed De Bruyne's credentials when he was at Chelsea, it could be argued that Mourinho has a blind spot in terms of some players. But losing their best player and potentially Ozil in the summer diminishes Arsenal's reputation as a club to go to for other players.

There is no doubt that Wenger's ability to spot genuinely great players for virtually nothing went a long time ago. And I can't see Arsenal, in light of losing Sanchez, finishing in the Top 4 unless they go on a roll of form that they've not shown for at least a year or so. Another season without Champions' League football and talk of permanent decline might gather.

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Re: "Sky Sports Understands...."

Postby Dr Markus » 24 Jan 2018, 14:56

Toby wrote:United have a strong attacking line up augmented by a genuinely world-class player when he's at his best.

Arsenal have lost their best player. Your argument is based on hypothetical situations.
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Well yes, that's why I asked people's opinions, to see how they think it will fare out.

Toby wrote:Mkhitaryan could be a great player for Arsenal, I don't doubt that. Given that Mourinho dismissed De Bruyne's credentials when he was at Chelsea, it could be argued that Mourinho has a blind spot in terms of some players. But losing their best player and potentially Ozil in the summer diminishes Arsenal's reputation as a club to go to for other players.

There is no doubt that Wenger's ability to spot genuinely great players for virtually nothing went a long time ago. And I can't see Arsenal, in light of losing Sanchez, finishing in the Top 4 unless they go on a roll of form that they've not shown for at least a year or so. Another season without Champions' League football and talk of permanent decline might gather.


I don't think they'll get 4th but I think it will be a lot closer than people think with them.
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Re: "Sky Sports Understands...."

Postby Diamond Dog » 24 Jan 2018, 15:16

Man Utd got a player who could be sensational for them - but the cost (wage wise) is astronomical. He's basically converted his transfer fee into wages.... maybe this is the way of the future.... I think Man Utd are risking a massive amount on a 29 year old who, quite clearly, can be an issue in the dressing room. And whilst they can justify Sanchez's wages to themselves, I think they'll have great fun when the other star players contracts are up.....

Arsenal have done as well as they could, given that they let themselves get into this ridiculous position in the first place. In today's market what good would £25 million (the likely fee for Sanchez) have done them? They certainly couldn't have got a player of anything like Mikhitaryan's stature for that money.
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Postby Dr Markus » 31 Jan 2018, 14:19

Anyone think there'll be any big shock transfer or loans before the finish.
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Postby Diamond Dog » 31 Jan 2018, 15:14

Ozil re-signing is a big surprise.
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Re: "Sky Sports Understands...."

Postby Goat Boy » 31 Jan 2018, 15:28

350 grand a week for that cunt.

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