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29 Responses to “PICTURE: Is this the reason why Arsenal couldn’t beat Leyton Orient?”
Should Wenger persist with the Wilshere and Ramsey axis?Posted by Juno at Sep 19 @ 21:25pmAll they needed is just some time. The real problem is Ozil. Wenger only bought Ozil because he failed to convince Higuain to come to the Emirates. It wouldn't be a problem if Ozil wasn't here. There's a reason why Real chose to offload him to England. He's a one dimensional player; the only good side with him is that he have a good eye for a an assist. Other than that, he's almost nothing. Oxlade-Chamberlain is better than him.
Sell Ozil to Bayern and get that 4-1-4-1 or maybe 4-3-3 formation going. Ozil is just a burden for the whole team. He's not a team player. Watching him playing week in week out is just a pain in the arse. He's good, but maybe too good for Arsenal. Arsenal don't need that kind of player because we have always known for our teamwork.
Ozil is a contrast with Alexis. Alexis is the kind of player that Arsenal should be chasing for. Even the fans would get excited every time the ball is in Alexis feet. And he's giving all his energy to the club. Remember that Besiktas game? Everybody is crazy seeing him limping after the match. That's an Arsenal player. Giving all that he got during the match, 100% without a dobut.
Sadly, I don't see the same thing with Ozil.
Ozil maybe our biggest signing, but judging in current situation, his price tag doesn't proves much.
Should Wenger persist with the Wilshere and Ramsey axis?Posted by KPajari at Sep 19 @ 20:42pmWe the fans have been licking our lips sore in greedy Wait To Ultimate footbball delish to be served by Özil& co. With new tasty trimmings should be droolworthy...but the recipe has been tampered, the mix gone sour