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    Wilshere was our best midfielder this season before his injury...
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    (Original post by angelfox)
    I think he's got talent BUT:

    1) He's injury prone.
    2) He ruins the balance of our team.
    3) He's unprofessional
    4) He undermines the boss.
    5) He doesn't fit into the system.
    6) His fanboys piss me off.

    He should really go imo.
    He's one of our own, He's one of our own, Jack Wilshere, He's one of our own!
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    Yeah we don't need to sell Wilshere. Still potentially a top class player if he can sort a few issues out. Why are people so desperate to get rid of good squad players now we finally have decent depth?
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    Sell Cazorla, keep Wilshere. Super Jack is going to make it.

    Cazorla has basically only ever played well in one big game for us, City whereas Jack is actually a very good big game player imo. Bayern, Barca, City this year were all really full of drive, fearlessness and ambition and that is something we dont get from most of our players. And he is a good 6 years from peak, given time I see him being one of those players who completely defines Arsenal.

    Wilshere's decision making needs to improve otherwise but he dribbles like a young Iniesta and passes like a young Pirlo.
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    Lmao arsenal fans are the worst when it comes to supporting our own players but I reckon that's something to do with not wanting to blame the manager at all.


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    (Original post by Birdman1234567)
    Only your first two points stand, these theories that he doesn't fit into our system are flawed. Systems evolve and change over time, he may not fit in now, but he may be at the center of future ones.

    Their are also other players that are on our payroll that warrant the boot a lot more than Wilshere does. He contributes more than he takes imo, and he's only 23 meaning he hasn't even reached his peak. Most Wilshere haters don't want to admit that they just have a personal issue with him (such as him being injury prone and smoking etc), his talent speaks for itself (that goal against Norwich fore example).

    Let's not forget how much people wanted to sell Ramsey when he didn't fit into the system and was ****ing everything up, Or Ozil only a few weeks ago.
    Ramsey and Ozil have proven themselves though.

    Wilshere has not.
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    (Original post by angelfox)
    Ramsey and Ozil have proven themselves though.

    Wilshere has not.
    1 good season doesn't mean Ramsey has proven himself lol. The fact that he's been poor throughout this season highlights he's proven nothing. He's gone back to the aimless inconsistent Ramsey of 2012, he gets away with it because of the fanboy delusion of some supporters.

    I have faith in Wilshere. He's only 23 and is player a genuine quality. He's football earlier in the season was excellent. I'm confident a fully fit Wilshere can displace Ramsey from the starting 11 with ease
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    Sanchez is back
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    (Original post by jit987)
    Sanchez is back
    Source?

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    (Original post by ArsenalWenger)
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    http://www1.skysports.com/football/n...inst-leicester
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    Ramsey really has been a massive disappointment this season. He started to look like he was getting form in early December, but, to be honest, injury excuses can't even be used anymore with him. I know Rosicky plays more of an advanced role, but I'd much rather he come in for Ramsey at the moment.

    Quite odd how pretty much whenever Rosicky starts he hardly ever has a "bad" game, yet he hardly does, albeit some FA Cup games. Super Tom would've smashed in another rocket in the first minute on Saturday - no doubt.
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    Our team really looks strong as **** now, and with our run of fixtures we have no excuses not to get 3rd/2nd.

    We have enough players to change things around if they aren't working. On Tuesday, I would like us up like this:

    Ospina
    Bellerin Merta Kosc Monreal
    Coq Ramsey
    Walcott Cazorla Sanchez
    Giroud

    Which'll mean we have a bench like this:

    Shez
    Gabriel
    Ozil
    Wilshere
    Welbeck
    Gibbs
    Rosicky

    ^ that is one strong bench.. Can't even fit Chambers and Flamini on it

    Ozil for Cazorla
    Welbeck for Theo
    Wilshere for Ramsey

    Heck, I would even even give Gabriel his first start. At home vs a bottom of the league side should be a good place to start shouldn't it

    We should really win by at least a 3 goal margin, we really need to pump up our GD because I can bet it'll play a part in May
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    (Original post by SA-1)
    Our team really looks strong as **** now, and with our run of fixtures we have no excuses not to get 3rd/2nd.

    We have enough players to change things around if they aren't working. On Tuesday, I would like us up like this:

    Ospina
    Bellerin Merta Kosc Monreal
    Coq Ramsey
    Walcott Cazorla Sanchez
    Giroud

    Which'll mean we have a bench like this:

    Shez
    Gabriel
    Ozil
    Wilshere
    Welbeck
    Gibbs
    Rosicky

    ^ that is one strong bench.. Can't even fit Chambers and Flamini on it

    Ozil for Cazorla
    Welbeck for Theo
    Wilshere for Ramsey

    Heck, I would even even give Gabriel his first start. At home vs a bottom of the league side should be a good place to start shouldn't it

    We should really win by at least a 3 goal margin, we really need to pump up our GD because I can bet it'll play a part in May
    I'm still gutted over our loss at Spurs
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    (Original post by SA-1)
    Our team really looks strong as **** now, and with our run of fixtures we have no excuses not to get 3rd/2nd.

    We have enough players to change things around if they aren't working. On Tuesday, I would like us up like this:

    Ospina
    Bellerin Merta Kosc Monreal
    Coq Ramsey
    Walcott Cazorla Sanchez
    Giroud

    Which'll mean we have a bench like this:

    Shez
    Gabriel
    Ozil
    Wilshere
    Welbeck
    Gibbs
    Rosicky

    ^ that is one strong bench.. Can't even fit Chambers and Flamini on it

    Ozil for Cazorla
    Welbeck for Theo
    Wilshere for Ramsey

    Heck, I would even even give Gabriel his first start. At home vs a bottom of the league side should be a good place to start shouldn't it

    We should really win by at least a 3 goal margin, we really need to pump up our GD because I can bet it'll play a part in May
    That team aint that strong to me especially when many of them are ridiculously injury prone. Wenger needs to sign a lot of players in the summer if he is serious about going for the title next season.
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    (Original post by Stefano93)
    I'm still gutted over our loss at Spurs
    I hear you man.. United, spurs, Liverpool and city drew.

    If we had won 2-1 rather than lost it, we would have been.. 4th, only behind by 1 GD.

    Chelsea - Pts (56) GD (33)
    City - Pts (49) GD (23)
    Soton - Pts (45) GD (21)
    Arsenal - Pts (45) GD (20)

    We really ****ed up

    *sigh*
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    (Original post by al_94)
    That team aint that strong to me especially when many of them are ridiculously injury prone. Wenger needs to sign a lot of players in the summer if he is serious about going for the title next season.
    No, he just needs to warn his players that they're not guaranteed to keep their starting places every week. That'll make them work harder.
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    (Original post by al_94)
    That team aint that strong to me especially when many of them are ridiculously injury prone. Wenger needs to sign a lot of players in the summer if he is serious about going for the title next season.
    True say that team won't remain like that for long, but as it stands we really need to take advantage of it.

    I have a feeling we'll get Schneiderlin in the summer, but tbf.. If Coq keeps it up then Wenger will find it hard to buy an established CDM, especially since we now have Bielk.

    Also, the competition will really help make everyone perform better. I think the Shez situation really proved that if you **** about, you're dropped - which I prefer if I'm honest.
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    for me in the summer, its a case of strengthening a small few areas.. and then anywhere else will depend on quality players becoming avaliable..

    We need a new CM to replace arteta...

    But that is about it for me in terms of 'need' its not like last summer when we absolutly needed 3-4 new players to have any chance..

    I dont feel thats the case any more, only one position do we absolutly need someone to fill..

    After that its just strengthening places that are alaredy solid, and making them world-class.. like last season, we did not really need a winger - but sanchez has come in and liften us to a new level.

    a better keeper would be a plus, a better striker would be a plus, a WC midfield option would be good.. id even take a new defender, if mert goes.. or maybe a winger as we look to loose pod + campbel..

    But its kind of nice going into a window feeling that we only really desperatly need, one player.
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    (Original post by fallen_acorns)
    for me in the summer, its a case of strengthening a small few areas.. and then anywhere else will depend on quality players becoming avaliable..

    We need a new CM to replace arteta...

    But that is about it for me in terms of 'need' its not like last summer when we absolutly needed 3-4 new players to have any chance..

    I dont feel thats the case any more, only one position do we absolutly need someone to fill..

    After that its just strengthening places that are alaredy solid, and making them world-class.. like last season, we did not really need a winger - but sanchez has come in and liften us to a new level.

    a better keeper would be a plus, a better striker would be a plus, a WC midfield option would be good.. id even take a new defender, if mert goes.. or maybe a winger as we look to loose pod + campbel..

    But its kind of nice going into a window feeling that we only really desperatly need, one player.
    Yup, pretty much agree with this.

    Though, I think with Gabriel & Chambers around we should look at the LB position more than the CB postion. Monreal is 29 in a few weeks.. And Gibbs is far too injury prone.

    I think Wenger held out for an established CDM so that he can sign a world class one in the summer. A world class signing there will really lift the team up and would essentially give our defence and attack a boost. Get that in the summer and I'm quite happy with our team.

    Then we could add luxury players..
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    (Original post by shawn_o1)
    No, he just needs to warn his players that they're not guaranteed to keep their starting places every week. That'll make them work harder.
    Walcott, Gibbs, Ozil, Ramsey, Wilshere & Ox are all ridiculously injury prone. If you look at Chelsea they hardly ever get injuries but Arsenal is probably the most injured team in the league. You can't compete for the title with players who miss months every season.
 
 
 
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