Gervinho completes Roma move

Gervinho completes Roma move

Gervinho’s move to Roma is official, and the Ivorian winger has moved for a fee of around €8m, signing a four year contract.

He moved to North London on the back of some impressive Ligue 1 performances and arrived with a reputation as a tricky, if unpredictable, winger.

He leaves having failed to convince and despite scoring 4 and 7 goals respectively in his two seasons, will be most remembered for a string of glaring misses, not least of which the one in the Capital One Cup against Bradford.

To be fair to him, both seasons were interrupted by international commitments as he travelled away at key points for the African Cup of Nations.

Still, if there were issues with his quality, he couldn’t be faulted for effort (unlike some), and he’ll be hoping a link-up with his former Lille coach, now the boss of Roma, will revive his career.

Rudi Garcia said, “I’m happy with his signing, as I was happy with the captures of Morgan De Sanctis and Kevin Strootman. Gervinho is a quick player, he’s good at going deep and he has different characteristics to other players.”

According to Football Italia: “Roma have yet to officially register the player as they firstly need to free up a non-EU spot in their squad. That should be created by selling 32-year-old Brazilian Babù” – who, as we all know, is actually an animated Ocelot.

Fare thee well, Yao Kouassi.

We hardly knew you.

But we’re kinda ok with that.

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139 COMMENTS

  1. Good luck Yao. May the grand force of decisiveness and accuracy find you upon your new quest as long as it is not against us!

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  2. Fair enough really, he was a punt that never worked out. Good point about him always making the effort, Blogs. Always showed for the ball and didn’t hide when the crowd was on his back, but unfortunately lacking a little bit the quality. We got decent money for him in the end all things considered; now to the small matter of a replacement….

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    • I still think there is a decent player hiding in there somewhere…..extremely well hidden sometimes, sometimes disguised as Rick James Alla Dave chappelle . Best of luck at Roma.

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  3. Goodbye Gervais, there will never be a forehead as glorious in the history of football and we have been truly honoured by its presence.

    Lucky for us however, we still have Nicklas Bendtner to grace us all with his omnipotent striking.

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  4. It’s €8m + optionals €2m based on caps.

    Unbelievable piece of business I must say, thought we’d have kept him ’till the end of his contract like some of the pieces of garbage who are still at the club and don’t want to leave.

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  5. Probably the easiest bit of squad transition we’ve had in a while. I’m more than happy with Gnabry or Miyaichi coming in to fill up that space in the squad.

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  6. and we have the prospect of a 26 year old from League 2… WTF are they wasting their time on???

    “Angers have confirmed Arsenal have taken midfielder Alharbi El Jadeyaoui on trial, with the 26-year-old set to spend two days in England. However, the Ligue 2 club say there have been no negotiations about a potential deal for El Jadeyaoui.”

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      • and how many titles have he won us :p But kokes aside, I like Koscielny.

        The bar must be placed a little higher than 26 year olds from League 2 if we are going to challenge the title….

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        • You must be some kind of special to trial with Arsenal from Ligue 2 at 26. Hopefully El Jadeyaoui is the good kind.

          Also, Gilles Grimandi is usually pretty good.

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        • I think it is kind of presumptuous of you to say that a 26 year old from Ligue 2 is not quality. Quality sometimes gets suppressed in lower leagues due to various factors but one thing you can be sure about a person who has had to work from the bottom to the top is that he will give body and soul to the cause. E.g. Giroud and Koscielny.

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    • How much time does that take up? They have training anyway and the guy gets involved and then they decide whether they like him or not.

      Also it’s worth mentioning that Drogba was playing in League 2 in France as a 25-year old.

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      • It’s worth mentioning that this is total bollocks. He was in Ligue 1 by 22 or 23 at latest.

        A 26 year old who’s never left the French second division? This guy WILL be an Amaury Bischoff level signing and we all know it.

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  7. Making our barely-4th-placed squad another player shorter before we’ve actually purchased anyone or even, so it seems, have anything on the horizon: genius.

    I know he’s not great but unlike the player who’s replacing him he has the distinct advantage of actually existing.

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  8. All the best gerv. You were a quality player. It never really worked out for you and us after the afcon 2012.

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  9. Wishing him all the best. A bit of me is quite sad he’s gone. Would have loved to see him playing with some confidence.

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  10. “He moved to North London on the back of some impressive Ligue 1 performances and arrived with a reputation as a tricky, if unpredictable, winger.”

    He leaves North London with a reputation as a tricky, if unpredictable, winger.

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  11. I’ll kind of miss the guy. As irritating as he could be, he was fantastic occasionally. He always seemed to be trying and always had a smile on his face. It’s a shame it didn’t work out for him with us. Good luck to him. What’s worst though is that I can’t make forehead jokes anymore.

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  12. Strange player to evaluate really. Sometimes he struggled with very basic technical things like keeping the ball in play and moving forward with the ball. But when he attacked the full back and got to the by-line for a cut back he was effective. Pretty sure that’s what we bought him to do he just didn’t do it properly enough of the time. So we’re officially weaker than last season now, while certain others are stronger, as if it needed saying.

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  13. Hehe I chuckled on your last sentence. I dont know if people realise this but the squad is getting really thin. you look at the team now and realise Coq, djorou, gervinho, arshavin who are more than decent squad players; moreover who never complained are gone. even If we sign 3 players (what?) the strength in depth we posses is nowhere near challenging for major honours…

    I honestly have no idea what Arsene has in mind.

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    • Yes it is indeed, we’re almost getting to the point where there’s actually no-one left at Arsenal that makes us get that godawful panicky feeling when their number comes up for the obligatory 70 min sub, quite bizarre.

      In all seriousness though, bizarre is a pretty good way to describe our transfers so far. Absolutely unprecedented levels of clearing out going on, it’s as if Arsene has suddenly out of the blue discovered how to do ruthless. All these ones that have turned out to be nowhere close to worth their wages, and we all pretty much accepted we’d be stuck with until the contracts ran done – almost all gone. Well, apart from Bendtner that is! Think a lot of people would be sleeping a bit easier if this new ruthless decisive Arsene could be aimed in the direction of incoming players now though!

      Anyway, good luck to Gerv, hope he does well at Roma. Shame, that it didn’t go better for him here – unlike some I don’t believe he was dreadful, in fact every so often there was a hint of a pretty decent winger in there. Just isn’t all that much bloody use when its a 10 second hint every 3 games or so!

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  14. Hehe I chuckled on your last sentence. I dont know if people realise this but the squad is getting really thin. you look at the team now and realise Coq, djorou, gervinho, arshavin who were more than decent squad players; moreover who seldom complained are gone. even If we sign 3 players (what now?) the strength in depth we posses is nowhere near challenging for major honours in a hectic season.

    I honestly have no idea what Arsene has in mind heck neither does anyone else. just gotta hang on…

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    • Gerinvho wasn’t a first choice player – he was a squad player. It looks like our first choice winger is Cazorla (TR7 central), with Poldi in after him. That makes Gnabry third choice, which is perfectly fine for his level.

      Gnabry is a very interesting prospect, with the right build for the Prem, as Le Grove pointed out, and a real willingness to shoot. There are many kids that won’t make it, but Gnabry is one of those who has a very good chance.

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      • Yes he wasn’t. I just said that. you look at a team with a strong first 11 but as the season progresses you’ll realise their strength in depth is what really matters. look at bayern, chelsea e.t.c

        I suspect this season Arsene is planning to employ his young guns abit more I just hope it doesnt leave him redfaced cause judging by the cameos miguel, chuba, e.t.c gave against real opposition (emirates cup) they are nowhere near ready.

        there’s ofcourse this factor too “Will rosicky, poldi, stay fit through the season? “

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        • Yes it does make the squad look very light it has to be said, all these departures – but to some extent it has been anyway even with some of the deadwood. Not Gerv so much, because he wasn’t one of the worse ones, but there’s been a real lot of times in the last few years where we’ve been 1 injury away from having to play Chamakh, or Squillaci etc.

          Squad depth is vital especially taking into account we’ve got a few who are 1st team or close who have had ongoing issues with injury – but not good either if any of them drop out for abit, if the only replacement we have is a huuuuuge drop down in talent.

          Maybe its a good chance to get some backup that can step in and actually be half-decent for a change! Whether its bringing in new bodies or promoting youngsters, don’t want to tempt fate or anything but it’s pretty hard to see either option landing us with someone as bad or even god forbid worse than Squillaci!

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    • So true. The squad is super thin. We needed some key first XI players before, but now we need those AND we need squad players too. I think we got a good amount for him, but he was a decent squad player who was impressive in some games. Several negotiations to be sorted in so little time. It’s looking grim.

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  15. Foreheeds a jolly good fellow
    Foreheeds a jolly good fellow
    Foreheeds a jolly good fellow
    Aaaaaaaaand so say all of us!

    Good luck Gerv.

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  16. We have had a few decent players over the years arrived at our club and failed to make a mark on the pitch! I wonder why that is!!!

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  17. One of the best dribblers in the league – with an eye for goal he would have been world class. Alas.

    Playing in a less physical league will be a good move for him, and especially working with a manager who believes in him.

    Anybody happy to see Wenger avoid the usual 5-year plan and call quits early on a player?

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    • Not when our squad is paper thin and he was the best backup we can realistically hope for at our current level.

      Fine, you don’t like him, but do you really think somebody better than Gervinho is going to come in to sit on the 4th placed team’s bench? Pfft. Pure naivety.

      This is a mind boggling decision when we haven’t bought anyone, our youngsters, if we’re honest, have consistently disappointed in preseason, and our only transfer target, who we’re unlikey to get, plays in a different position.

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  18. I was at the Blackburn FA Cup disaster last season, sat right by both the corner flag and the Blackburn fans. Not only were all the Arsenal and I jeered horribly after Blackburn scored, but my seat meant I had the best (worst?) view of Gervinho’s first half performance. He was awful that day. As much as I don’t want to judge him purely off the back of that one performance, and I wish him all the best at Roma, I’m glad he’d left. Never really seemed good enough to be an Arsenal player. I’m also glad we managed to recoup some of what he paid for him. Too many players leaving for nothing after commanding large fees and wages at the moment.

    I do feel this leaves us a little short out wide, though. Let’s face it, we’re a little short everywhere after all the departures this summer. Some good youngsters coming through, but reinforcements needed. But that’s another 8mil in a treasure trove that would make any pirate jizz his pants and fetch his shovel. Let’s start spending it.

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  19. At least he had a go at it. Wasn’t the greatest but didn’t hide on the pitch even when he was having a mare.

    Credit for taking a positive step with his career as well instead of sitting on his arse collecting splinters and cash.

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    • Correction – It wouldn’t be splinters he’d collect on the modern game’s bench seats would it – more like leather (or vinyl) rash.

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  20. Good luck G, nearly scored one of the goals of the season against Bayern away. Thought the season just gone would be his, but alas, not everyone who plays left wing comes good in their second season.

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    • Nani is shite. I would rather have kept Gervinho than we end up replacing him with that 80s Michael Jackson faced joke. He is the sort of player that only plays for himself and when he can be bothered, which is probably once every ten games. He’s really lazy too.

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  21. Before he came to Arsenal, I really liked what I’d seen of Gervinho playing for Lille and Ivory Coast, and so was very happy we signed him. Of course I hadn’t noticed that he had woeful shooting technique. Still, credit to him, he’s a guy who always tried to make things happen, even when everyone else was playing with the handbrake on.

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  22. Well that’s 9 out & 1 in by my count. Great work if you’re a company trying to rationalize its workforce and cut costs but not so good if you’re a football club with ambitions to win something. Can’t fault Gervinho for effort but just not quite up to it. All the best at Roma G

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  23. I remember when Eric Bristow got ‘the yips’, where he couldn’t release the dart when he wanted to. Gerv suffers from a very similar ailment called ‘Hleb Syndrome’, the main symptom being the inability to release the final ball until you’ve run yourself into a cul de sac.

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    • Actually, with Bristow I’d just superglued the dart to his hand. He kept on asking why I did it. I said you can never let it go can you?
      (Tim Vine joke. Not mine.)

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  24. I can honestly say Gervinho is up there in the top 3 worst Players I have seen perform in an Arsenal shirt … (We are talking mid 80s to present)

    He is weak, not particularly quick, gave the ball away constantly, had no end product and could not actually strike a football properly.

    I would bearing in mind the cost consider him to be Arsenes worst ever signing and am so thankful he has moved on.

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  25. Could of been anything really. Was quite excited when we signed him to replace nasri but didnt quite work out for him. Good luck to him anyways. Would love to see miyaichi get his game time now.

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  26. Who are our substitutes going to be this year? Which player can we put on the field in the 70th minute to turn a match or to score a winning goal?

    Think we have a solid first eleven, but you need at least 4-5 players who are almost as good if we are going to be a top 3 club…

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  27. He’s gone?….thank fuck for that. Hopefully my blood pressure and heart rate will come down on match days. In fact this transfer has probably saved my life.

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  28. There seems to be a bit of sellers remorse on here. Now some of you are complaining that Wenger actually did what you asked for and has cleared out the ‘Deadwood’?.

    He was practically hounded out of the club by the boo boys.
    He didn’t help his cause with that miss at Blackburn.

    He is a form player, and will be back under the wing of his former manager.
    Good luck to him at Roma. He was frustrating as f*ck for us, but at least he tried, unlike the squid.

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    • In a way i am not happy that he is gone, as it thins the squad. However it is still a good shift of the deadwood. People are now saying we have a thinner squad, but i disagree…

      a) The youth prospects, with the exeption of Jernade Meade wernt going to be featured this season. At all.
      b) Djourou and the Coq werent trusted last season, and Gervais was someone we were all clamouring to never been seen in the shirt ever again.

      In terms of players we used last season, we are only down 1, and its a player most fans never wanted. Only complain on September 2nd when nobody has come in, or we do a mad trolly dash again.

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    • The unspoken subordinate clause of ‘throw out the deadwood’ is ‘and replace it with something better’. Gervinho just has the edge on thin air for me.

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    • Apparently the only way to tell northern teams apart is the quality of the pies on sale at their home matches.

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  29. That’s £46,880,001 for the bitey racist now, going by current exchange rates. No excuses. Don’t like Suarez, but like another commenter says, I want this one to go through now based on the ridiculous comments of Liverpool fans on blogs, John “Wanker” Henry and little-fish-in-a-little-pond Brenda “cunt” Rogers.

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  30. Gervinho was an amazing dribbler. He always got past his man. But he just couldn’t cross, and was mediocre at shooting compared to the elite. I liked him and wished he could have got those elusive shooting boots on that Van Persie stole from Henry’s locker.

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  31. X marks the Coq

    I said considering cost he is in the worst 3. All the players you mention were youngsters or bit part players who didnt cost a big fee like Gervinho.

    Apart from the Champs League qualifying second leg versus Udinese in his first season (where he can at best be described as lively) i can honestly say I didn’t see him have a decent game. The failed experiment to play him up front for a time last season (when it should have been Walcott) was also pointless as he cannot kick a football properly so was never going to finish any chances.

    A huge relief he is gone and hopefully to be replaced by a new signing or if not give Gnarby or Akpom a chance.

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  32. Quick word about loyalty. We demanded it from Van persie because we knew he could help us not because of the shirt he wears on the pitch.
    Now where is the calls for loywlty from Gervinho?? Pleads for him to stay?? None, why? Because football loyalty depends very much on ability as far as fans are concerned. Well dont slate players for wanting to leave for more money or success. Because their loyalty also depends on the ability of the club to offer more money or playing time or whatever than the others.
    This is in reference to the calls of loyalty from liverpool supporters to Luis Suarez. Where is the loyalty to Andy Carroll and Peppa Reina Mr Brenden Rogers??

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  33. he wasn’t in the last year of his deal clamoring to go to fucking man u. we would be less upset at Judas had he fucked off to juve or ferbanche or some frozen pitch in Russia.

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  34. We’ll have two of football’s most promising talents in Gnabry and Miyachi fight for Gerv’s place in our squad. Can’t get any better. Let’s just get Bernard now for some competition for Theodore on the other wing considering Ox has been mainly deployed in central midfield so far as his season. Can it get better? Dortmund’s reflections in plenty of talented youngsters fighting for places-Champions League here we come!

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  35. *sorry had a few typos in the above post, blame it on frustration. but please God when are we going to start acting like ‘professionals’ when it comes to enhancing our playing squad.

    God help us………. i see nothing but divine intervention to sort us out (i am not the religious type) but everything else doesn’t seem to work, from our amateur poker ”face”, our fuckwitry negotiating to our cowardly stand downs soon as another bidder enters the fray.

    i love arsenal, i think we have the basis of a good team going (i am not one advocating for cesc to comeback ”home”….. please, that ship sailed and good riddance) but by God we do know how NOT to take advantage of a situation.

    sorry to be gloomy, it might suprise you lot to know i am one of the more positive thinking ones out there. i mean i supported denilson, TGSTEL etc etc and will never boo anyone wearing the red and white but please AFC grow some……….

    bye :)

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        • Let me tell you, me, you have some nerve calling yourself me when I in fact love Cesc and you dare besmirch his name. He was a fine servant of the club and one of the most talented, passionate players we’ve had in recent years. Look at his face after the AC Milan goal. Look at that face. Have you no shame?

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        • don’t get me wrong, I hated barca players and scumbag directors/president for the cesc saga, but at the end of the day I don’t blame the player because he really did give it his all when he was wearing the red and white. remember that goal he scored against the scum, where we hadn’t even finished celebrating the 1st goal at the pub and cesc had already nicked it back directly from kickoff, driven upfield and blasted into the net??? like my imaginary 21 year blond bombshell old ex girlfriend, i’d have cesc back in a heartbeat.

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  36. Is anybody going to give Dick Law a positive mention for negotiating such a good fee for such a poor player?

    Law gets a lot of grief from Gooners but deserves some praise here.

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  37. Nani is not shit, he’s a decent player who is confident, can finish and hit free kicks….everything gerv is not. Would be a great replacement for gerv. Clearly some of you havnt seen him play enough to be able to judge his ability.

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    • He’s rubbish. I know plenty of United fans and they say he’s their most frustrating player, has ability but is a lazy prick who only turns it on when he feels like it, which isn’t very often. He disappears in games. He would be no improvement on Gervinho

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  38. sorry this is probably not the forum, giving as its about Gervinho but AFC are frustrating as………. aaargh!!! why raise peoples hopes then continually dash them? i for one wondered what was the point Gazidis saying we hard money and would spend it? if in the end the funds are finite and giving the market place, any other billionaire backed club can always come in and outbid us? and don’t start with ”it was to put pressure on wenger”, …..please. see how much good that has done…….
    i was happy with the higuain situation as we were doing our business quickly and that would have opened up other opportunities with players.

    now we are in this Suarez debacle, regardless off how that finishes it is still going to end up with us ”trolley dashing”.

    i have always supported the club and would. Just cant wait till 2/9/13 and proper football starts. enough with this circus.

    going back to the Suarez thing, it turns out from reading we believed (in good faith) there was a clause for 35 million to begin negotiations and over 40 million to activate a sale.

    Now its all a mess and going from past experience i not put it past them that they are now scratching there heads and wondering what the eff to do as they did not expect to go past that figure. my hope is that LFC caves in and we get him, cause tbh we are a mess off a club in the boardroom/ transfer dept.

    no wonder no one takes us serious when we continue to mess around like inexperienced dimwits each and every time. I am not a wob or akb, and i do believe we have the right man when it comes to football, and i emphasize the footballing aspects but I’ll be damned if anyone claims we are experts in the transfer market cause everything points to the opposite.

    rant over, shutting off till the 2nd of sept. but God help me i keep my sanity.

    AAAAAAaaaaaaaaargh………. still though UTA

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  39. Gervinho was very good at running with the ball into the final third of the opposition,
    If only he knew what to do next …

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  40. It might make sense from a footballing point of view for Gervinho to leave Arsenal and Suarez to come in, but I can’t help feeling this doesn’t reflect well on the club. Gervinho always tried and always did his best for the team. He came across as a nice guy and rarely, if ever got into trouble, except for the first game contretemps with Joey Barton. Suarez on the other hand, well I think he represents everything horrible about modern football. The mad celebration he indulged in from the touchline after being sent off against Ghana when he stopped a certain goal with his hand said everything you needed to know about him

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  41. I am stunned there are those here that seem to think Gervinho only suffers from a lack of nous or confidence. His problem is he lacks a professional standard of skill. His first touch is terrible, his control of the ball is terrible, his passing is terrible, and his technique is terrible. I imagine he struggles to dribble around stationary cones. Kicking and running after the ball is something a schoolboy would do not a highly paid professional.

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  42. Yeah but he might win us a trophy. If he scores goals, I will be celebrating. Watching an arsenal goal and winning games is what it’s all about.

    Those that suggest they won’t celebrate a “Super Louie Suarez” winner are, I believe, talking shite. No matter how noble the cause.

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  43. We need a better replacement winger. MIyaichi and Gnarby are great prospects but not enough if we want to compete for top 4 finish

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    • Agreed.

      Several young players should come in to first team but they should not be relied on as starters. Rather they should be afforded some room to grow over next few seasons.

      1) Sanogo/Akpom. Likely Giroud’s spot in 2-3 seasons.
      2) Gnabry. Likely Podolski’s in a season or two down the line.
      3) Eisfeld. Possibly Rosicky’s.
      4) Zelalem. Ramsey more likely Arteta’s replacement in a season or two. Zelalem should have his own spot in a couple of seasons down (likely why Coquelin has left on loan)
      5)Bellerin. Should work into replacing Sagna 2 seasons from now and push (if not eclipse) Jenkinson.
      6) Miquel. Rumoured to go on loan. Possibly Ginter rumoured. If not Miquel should push for fourth spot shortly or we will need another Cback next summer.

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  44. Personally like to see Yevhen Konoplyanka, Ukranian playmaker (24)

    He can play across midfield being comfortable with both feet, is quick and tricky. From Dnipro, should not cost us more than 15m. Also great at set pieces (So no more Walcott free kicks)

    However, if Wenger can move us on from the Suarez affair, would not half mind Benteke up top AND Michu to come in as a withdrawn striker but also cover LW (which he has in Spain)

    This may give us till next season when we can revisit Grenier (I would put money down with Lyon for a first bid option), who should come in as replacement to Rosicky.

    Otherwise, another possible option is Remy Cabella( Montpellier). He is more right sided but can function on both wings. Quick and tricky player if somewhat lacking in size. Again, 12-15m

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