Our new No. 10 to replace Ozil?
Posted by: Merlion96 (IP Logged)
Date: 28 September, 2017 22:52

Aaron Ramsey is growing in his role as an attacking midfielder like he did so successful for Wales in the absence of Ozil.

Jack Wilshere is slowly recovering from his injuries and shown his mettle against BATE. But there is always a cloud hanging over him like an injury is waiting around the corner to mug him.

This season will prove whether these two members of Brit Pack 1.0 are dependable to replace Ozil.

As far as I am concerned, Ozil can f**ked off being non-committal and not really slipping into 3rd gear to fight for Arsenal, always shift into 4th gear or 5th gear for a brief moment, and then idling in neutral gear most of the time.

Wenger Wunderkind 4.0?
WHo will be our next creative midfielder after Wilshere?
Zelalem? Dragonmir? Nwakali?
Or new buy?

Can Reiss Nelson be our "Robert Pires"?
Or another OX, all flam and glimmer and no end products or substances?



Joe Mercer: ‘The foundation of success is the strengthen of the weakest players. Genius is great when it is on song. It's more than a nuisance when it goes bad because it contaminates what is around it.’

Re: Our new No. 10 to replace Ozil?
Posted by: dvno (IP Logged)
Date: 29 September, 2017 00:12

we beat a sh*t team by 2 goals and ozil can fk off? hardly. I like jack, and sometimes aaron, but surely you aren't serious about thinking our current lot is good enough to make ozil look good or even hold him accountable if they are nowhere near as skilled as he is.

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