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Half is not right behind. We're talking about money, not league tables.Right behind you are in the link i provided,chelsea are top and city are second and you guys are 3rd,if that isnt right what is?Being last is?
I was never unhappy, but you use a way of presenting a situation that is intentionally misleading. You're proving to be too biased to present any information that involve other clubs than Arsenal.Lol,okay man you are the next biggest spenders for the recent 7 years after chelsea and man city.
So you're saying Spurs can buy 10 international super stars?And about you initial point with bammers where you were suggesting(by retaliating that ''hey we cnt do that either,just say its city and chelsea plz'') that spurs were in more or less a same transfer policy as arenal is just a complete joke:
I've never denied the fact that Spurs spend money, but our current team is built on a foundation of players that has been a part of the club for quite some time with the exception of Van der Vaart, Adebayor and Parker. And I don't think we spent too much money acquiring the three mentioned either.All the teams who have been in the premiership from the season we started our trophy-less run have spent more money than us,i have not checked it but i am pretty sure even though Man Utd sold Cristiano for 80m.
What burns me about the Arsenal set up is that we've only been 3 world class players away from winning things again. Wengers signings are decent but always take time to bed and by the time they settle the prior generation gets raped and we're back to square one.
Again this season, 3-4 players away from greatness. Hazard should be ours but we'll loose him just like we lost out on Mata. Then we need to replace Song with a better player in that position, as good as he is the man doesn't dominate the big games. The other no brainer is another Striker who can get us goals, the defence and Goalkeeper are fine, when they're all back we'll have serious depth.
He's kind of a hybrid between the two. His job is to close down and provide a barrier in front of a defence, which he's alright-ish at, but he also tends to provide his fair share of quality through balls. Nevertheless, I wouldn't say he's our playmaker - that's more the role of Arteta/Wilshere/Ramsey.That depends on the player. Do you mean water carrier or defensive playmaker?
Exactly, he's neither here nor there and tends to do none of the above when we're not switched on. I'd prefer the out and out ball winner that protects the back 4 if we're going to stick to this 5 across the middle business. Good auld fashion 4-4-2 is good too like but it seems like the trusted 2 in the middle doesn't work anymore in football for some reason.He's kind of a hybrid between the two. His job is to close down and provide a barrier in front of a defence, which he's alright-ish at, but he also tends to provide his fair share of quality through balls. Nevertheless, I wouldn't say he's our playmaker - that's more the role of Arteta/Wilshere/Ramsey.
The way I see it - Coquelin is Song's back-up. I don't think Arteta, Wilshere or Ramsey can really play that role. Arteta does, of course, drop back a lot, but he's more of a deep-lying playmaker and I don't think he could really do the defensive side of the job as well as Song does.Coquelin will probably drop to the reserves when Wilshere returns.