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Ambitious and quality targets aside there have been some other very positive developments. The movement of all the deadweight that was hampering the side is a huge change. By getting rid of the likes of Djourou,Squillaci,Arshavin,Bendtner etc Arsenal have freed up the wage bill and space in the squad as well for some new competent signings. The clear out of the youth squad has also been a monumental change in my view. In my 8 years as an Arsenal fan this is the first time I have seen such a mass exodus of
Big deals take time. I know they always do. Actually no, not always but with Arsenal they most certainly do. Even when we're the selling club. Remember how long we dragged the sales of Cesc, Nasri & Robin? So I try to comfort myself and look at the last time we concluded a big deal for a big player from a big club........ok fair enough not a lot of those to look at then. What about Arshavin that was a big one, yeah maybe, Wenger actually admitted he liked him during the Euros, and when asked in Al Jazeera if he would sign him he said that his style would suit us. So it's safe to say that there was interest in the summer. We signed him deadline day......winter window! Henry's return, everyone new we would re-sign him 16 months ago. All through December the rumors were there. We signed him one week into the transfer window! Surely it could have been done earlier. He could have played a game or two more. A memory or
Sagna is a refreshing change from the current generation of footballers whose wild partying ways make Page 3 news on almost a daily basis. His down to earth and humble manner have earned him much praise from fans and he remains a firm favourite with the Arsenal faithful. When his brother Omar passed away in 2008 Sagna was scheduled to feature in Arsenal’s crucial knockout game in the Champions League versus the mighty AC Milan at home in the San Siro. The task was daunting enough for Arsenal as no English team have ever beaten Milan on the hallowed grounds of the San Siro. Despite his grief Sagna played the game and Arsenal went on to record a famous win. Such is the devotion of the player to the game that even in the face of adversity he looks it head on and conquers it.
Suarez is a different style of player to both of these two but has a skill set that I believe would excel in the role. He is quick, an excellent dribbler, strong on the ball and excellent movement off it; his ability to drop off would be torture for centre backs who would not know whether to play a high line or drop deep and let him come on to them. His unpredictability also ensures that both centre backs need to play close together incase he beats one; this could be hugely beneficial for someone like Walcott who could exploit the space in between full back and centre back if they can strike up an understanding, something that I feel could happen given how quickly Sturridge and Suarez linked up at Liverpool.
I’ve written before about our defence and I think all we need is a suitable 4th CB cover, as the competition between Gibbs/Monreal; Koscielny/Mertesacker/Vermaelen, and Sagna/Jenkinson is good, but only 3 CB’s is not safe enough. I think that Vermaelen is still a very good defender and he suffered from what many of our players suffered from over the last two seasons, and that is a lack of competition and over confidence in their own place in the team. I think being dropped but kept as skipper is a crucial indication of Wenger’s plans. Mertesacker
So let me stop reminiscing of days gone by and let me focus on our Welsh wonder. Let me start off by saying that I think it is quite obvious that Aaron Ramsey is better in central midfield. His partnership with Mesut Özil, his running from deep and his underrated ball winning ability makes him a ...Read more