Fantastic,return of the wengerball,we are a joy to watch again after 2011,even with pep around i can brag we play the best football in the league with displays like this to boot.
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When he turns up it ends up being a walk over like our 2-0/4-1 wins over Liverpool or trashing you and Chelsea 3-0,beating Bayern away 2-0 or when he is not completely on song but still is decent we edge teams out like we did you and the scouse in our fa cup winning campaigns in recent seasons.Does Ozil ever turn up for the big games? Not counting consolation goals or a goal in a 3-0 walkover?
Yes,yes..The famous plan:Ozil, like he does in most big games, went AWOL. Sanchez was playing with one leg, was also shit, but still played better than Ozil.
When we used to Fergie teams, it came after pressure or a clear gameplan. You were simply shit and got very fortunate. Quite, quite different.
You mean Centre Forward or Striker i presume other wise surely both Neymar and Bale would be in contention.The only attacker I'd choose Chelsea to sign over him if possible would be Griezmann.
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/...-mesut-ozil-rumours-latest-on-roberto-firminoJames Olley of the London Evening Standard reported both Ozil and Alexis Sanchez want "parity" with Manchester United star Paul Pogba, who earns a whopping £290,000 per week at Old Trafford.
However, the north Londoners' wage structure means they're unlikely to match such an astronomical figure, which is more than twice the £140,000-a-week wages Ozil—Arsenal's highest-paid player—is paid.
The Gunners would be remiss if they were to lose arguably their two most valuable offensive weapons, particularly due to the fact both players are scheduled to see their contracts expire in the summer of 2018.
Olley added Arsenal are only willing to pay the pair as much as £200,000 per week, way short of the £290,000-a-week wages they're said to be seeking.