He's been fucked for years. Never really got going as a player and probably never will. If he's fit and not playing at a club like West Ham then he's probably left with few options and will end up at a club like Fulham or Brentford or Bristol City for 18 months before ending up wandering around once every six weeks for someone like Charlton or Gillingham.
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When he matures not just mentally but physically he could have a lot of potential but I do not think he would want to come back to Arsenal.The only good part about a loan is if he proved himself he will attract more buyers and his fee will go up.
I've been saying this for ages Clummo. I don't know what he did on tour to upset Arteta, but he was still playing until the Brighton game. If he's being punished for grabbing the crafty bastard Maupay by the throat, then it makes no sense to me. Regardless of what he'd done before, sorting out Maupay would have earned him plus points if I were the manager.
I wish him well, always liked the guy.
Midz wrote: ↑Mon Oct 05, 2020 7:07 pmhttps://www.theguardian.com/football/20 ... id-for-51m
Hopefully this will be a very good signing for the Arsenal. We've been crying out for a DM for a long time and he fits the bill by all accounts.
The unfortunate thing about this transfer is the fuckwits who deal with it from our club.
Partey is allegedly on £60K a week at Atletico. So why offer him £250K a week?
He was keen on a move to Arsenal so why not offer to double his wages to £120K / week?
He'd have to be keen on that you'd think, but no, our dickwads seem to love to spend all savings made on one deal rather than be smart with the money.
They get rid of the mascot to 'save money' but let's be honest, it's fuck all compared to the transfer market.
Have to admit, that's shocking if true. What sort of negotiating is that ?? I suppose it's what comes of allowing yourselves to develop a piss poor squad and then become so desperate that you'll offer anything to close a deal.
We lack an awful lot of expertise and knowledge at management level.
StuartL wrote: ↑Mon Oct 05, 2020 7:38 pmIf he grows up and realises that if he doesn’t he might just be throwing away his career.
I will say again that his attitude and maturity wasnt a problem at all under emery, but as soon as arteta came in he got relegated to the bench behind a guy who told the fans to fcuk off twice and refused to apologise for it It's amazing that I have seen fans on here slate guendouzi for not apologising to arteta, but never mention the lack of apology at anytime in the past year from the useless swiss c.unt
I grew up in a different AFC era where there was consequences for any opposition player who tried to take liberties with one of our players - nowadays we brand them as trouble makers and bomb them out of the club. I'd say that if guendouzi could wind the clock back he would probably knock the sneaky maupay c.unt on his arse instead of just grabbing him by the throat - if you are gonna be punished as though you murdered the guy, then you may as well try and do it
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