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  • http://gnostradamus.com Gnostradamus

    Nothing good ever comes out of me watching a game – and I usually wait for the big matches. The eternal optimist in me is always reminded why that’s such a bad idea.

    Good players don’t even get a contract offer when it’s about to end… Can’t hold onto to that 4th place all the time if your goal is not the trophy. No one, even a magician like Wenger, succeeds every single time. Eventually, you run out of bad lasagna.

    The board is messed up. Replace it before it’s too late.

  • Sufian

    True that, Gnostradamus, but partially you have to blame Wenger too. He still has not realised that we miss plan B. Nowadays, losing to your title rivals is not as damaging for your title aspirations as couple of years ago. I believe he sometimes fails to make use of his players, such as playing Ramsey on the wing does no or less good. He’s a central midfielder and can be used as a impact substitute, thought he does have off days at times.

  • Sufian

    *though

  • http://gnostradamus.com Gnostradamus

    Yes, and not trying Arshavin when the other strikers don’t work, or using Walcott more now that he’s matured. I wonder if he does that because of forced rotations due to lack of quality players. Why does Giroud keep getting more chances when Walcott seems far more effective? If you’re going to sell him anyway, let him shine.

  • Sufian

    If these fans who want Wenger out, just raise their voices for a plan B, I’m sure it will be better received. Wenger is considered a legend so you can’t just remove him from his seat!

    Again, it was Arshavin’s move today which setup the goal today. Still we have ‘fans’ who hate him just because he is … Arshavin (or Russian?).

    Giroud has his physical presence but maybe trying Walcott is going to work out. I think even Chamakh has better sprint than Giroud.