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Re: Arteta Out

Postby Highbury Hillbilly » Sat May 14, 2022 3:14 pm

ag6789 wrote:If you keep missing the open net from 4-5 yards little can anyone do anything for you. Kept happening on and on and everyone complained. Old story. Their lack of goals have been compensated by ESR and Saka. 11 goals each.
Midfield has stepped up when they failed.


Our goal numbers have been pathetic for the past 2 years running. Auba missed a lot of chances this season, but we create far too few as it stands.

West Ham have scored more than us. Utd are missing 3 forwards and are ahead of us.
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Re: Arteta Out

Postby swipe right » Sat May 14, 2022 3:16 pm

Highbury Hillbilly wrote:
ag6789 wrote:If you keep missing the open net from 4-5 yards little can anyone do anything for you. Kept happening on and on and everyone complained. Old story. Their lack of goals have been compensated by ESR and Saka. 11 goals each.
Midfield has stepped up when they failed.


Our goal numbers have been pathetic for the past 2 years running. Auba missed a lot of chances this season, but we create far too few as it stands.

West Ham have scored more than us. Utd are missing 3 forwards and are ahead of us.

Auba is two goals away from breaking the Spanish record for goals scored by players arriving in January. :rofll:
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Re: Arteta Out

Postby Nuggets » Sat May 14, 2022 3:19 pm

swipe right wrote:
Highbury Hillbilly wrote:
ag6789 wrote:If you keep missing the open net from 4-5 yards little can anyone do anything for you. Kept happening on and on and everyone complained. Old story. Their lack of goals have been compensated by ESR and Saka. 11 goals each.
Midfield has stepped up when they failed.


Our goal numbers have been pathetic for the past 2 years running. Auba missed a lot of chances this season, but we create far too few as it stands.

West Ham have scored more than us. Utd are missing 3 forwards and are ahead of us.

Auba is two goals away from breaking the Spanish record for goals scored by players arriving in January. :rofll:


Marvellous what a good manager can get out of a washed-up player :biggrin: ;)
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Re: Arteta Out

Postby ag6789 » Sat May 14, 2022 3:22 pm

So why did Auba miss from 5 yards for us time and again? He hated Arteta so much at 350k / week?
Rather not have someone around who forgets his basic duty for the team who pays his king's wages.
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Re: Arteta Out

Postby Highbury Hillbilly » Sat May 14, 2022 3:24 pm

swipe right wrote:
Highbury Hillbilly wrote:
ag6789 wrote:If you keep missing the open net from 4-5 yards little can anyone do anything for you. Kept happening on and on and everyone complained. Old story. Their lack of goals have been compensated by ESR and Saka. 11 goals each.
Midfield has stepped up when they failed.


Our goal numbers have been pathetic for the past 2 years running. Auba missed a lot of chances this season, but we create far too few as it stands.

West Ham have scored more than us. Utd are missing 3 forwards and are ahead of us.

Auba is two goals away from breaking the Spanish record for goals scored by players arriving in January. :rofll:


I'm aware of that. My opinion has always been that Auba needed to be benched, not unceremoniously kicked out of the club. He has scored in every NLD v Spurs, we could have used him on Thurs.

That doesn't change the fact that he was missing chances early in the season. Both things are true.
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Re: Arteta Out

Postby jayramfootball » Sat May 14, 2022 3:30 pm

swipe right wrote:
Highbury Hillbilly wrote:
ag6789 wrote:If you keep missing the open net from 4-5 yards little can anyone do anything for you. Kept happening on and on and everyone complained. Old story. Their lack of goals have been compensated by ESR and Saka. 11 goals each.
Midfield has stepped up when they failed.


Our goal numbers have been pathetic for the past 2 years running. Auba missed a lot of chances this season, but we create far too few as it stands.

West Ham have scored more than us. Utd are missing 3 forwards and are ahead of us.

Auba is two goals away from breaking the Spanish record for goals scored by players arriving in January. :rofll:


Have you come back to just troll again?
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Re: Arteta Out

Postby theHotHead » Sat May 14, 2022 5:57 pm

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DiamondGooner wrote:That's not the point is it.

The point is when you "had" a top striker and now you sell him on, we were supposed to replace him with someone fit for that role.

We needed to replace our 1st choice, not fall back on 2nd and 3rd choice to get us 4th, despite Nketiah having some good games fair play, but you can't tell me a top striker wouldn't of given us the belief and firepower to get over the line.

We used to win games mainly down to Henry or RVP so many times when we were under the cosh.


You want us to gamble millions on panic buy in January, or do it the right way in the summer for the long term. We don't want another.misfit kicking around for years. Let's do it right.

This is its own gamble I accept that, but it the better gamble imo. We are still 4th.

That had to be the lamest reason for not buying players that were needed! You are talking like buying the players would be a kneejerk reaction, as if everyone has not being saying for well over a season that we needed a striker.

Spurs brought in Kulukevski on loan and bought Bentancur in Januarybith have been key players for them. But we should stay at a defecit offensively because bringing players in January is a risk :BangHead:
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Re: Arteta Out

Postby theHotHead » Sat May 14, 2022 5:58 pm

ag6789 wrote:Maybe they're not keen on buying from outside, maybe they've decided to give academy boys more time to develop, maybe their timeline for growing the club from within doesn't match with yours.
Maybe Arteta and Edu had the backing of Ks in this , watching what's going on w/ most other clubs having knee jerk reactions.
Maybe 5th and couple more shrewd buys in summer and giving academy boys further opportunity to grow will bear mega fruit in future, just like ManU in the 90s.
It is really a small margin. Few tweaks here and there and you're suddenly challenging top dogs.
Maybe we shouldn't be so cynical and wait , watch and enjoy the development.

Maybe stop being an apologist! More excuses than a f***ing politician.
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Re: Arteta Out

Postby jayramfootball » Sat May 14, 2022 6:00 pm

theHotHead wrote:
ag6789 wrote:Maybe they're not keen on buying from outside, maybe they've decided to give academy boys more time to develop, maybe their timeline for growing the club from within doesn't match with yours.
Maybe Arteta and Edu had the backing of Ks in this , watching what's going on w/ most other clubs having knee jerk reactions.
Maybe 5th and couple more shrewd buys in summer and giving academy boys further opportunity to grow will bear mega fruit in future, just like ManU in the 90s.
It is really a small margin. Few tweaks here and there and you're suddenly challenging top dogs.
Maybe we shouldn't be so cynical and wait , watch and enjoy the development.

Maybe stop being an apologist! More excuses than a f***ing politician.


Apologist for what?
We’ve had a good season and shown clearly we are progressing and heading in the right direction.
Nothing to apologise for, only be enthusiastic about.
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Re: Arteta Out

Postby theHotHead » Sat May 14, 2022 6:02 pm

ag6789 wrote:If you keep missing the open net from 4-5 yards little can anyone do anything for you. Kept happening on and on and everyone complained. Old story. Their lack of goals have been compensated by ESR and Saka. 11 goals each.
Midfield has stepped up when they failed.

Nobody was missing open nets, stop exaggerating.
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Re: Arteta Out

Postby theHotHead » Sat May 14, 2022 6:05 pm

jayramfootball wrote:
swipe right wrote:
Highbury Hillbilly wrote:
ag6789 wrote:If you keep missing the open net from 4-5 yards little can anyone do anything for you. Kept happening on and on and everyone complained. Old story. Their lack of goals have been compensated by ESR and Saka. 11 goals each.
Midfield has stepped up when they failed.


Our goal numbers have been pathetic for the past 2 years running. Auba missed a lot of chances this season, but we create far too few as it stands.

West Ham have scored more than us. Utd are missing 3 forwards and are ahead of us.

Auba is two goals away from breaking the Spanish record for goals scored by players arriving in January. :rofll:


Have you come back to just troll again?

Are you upset with a fact being shared that makes your/Arteta's assessment of Auba look bad Jay?! :lol:

Nothing but facts but I guess when a fact makes you look bad you have to attack the person that shared it.
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Re: Arteta Out

Postby theHotHead » Sat May 14, 2022 6:07 pm

jayramfootball wrote:
theHotHead wrote:
ag6789 wrote:Maybe they're not keen on buying from outside, maybe they've decided to give academy boys more time to develop, maybe their timeline for growing the club from within doesn't match with yours.
Maybe Arteta and Edu had the backing of Ks in this , watching what's going on w/ most other clubs having knee jerk reactions.
Maybe 5th and couple more shrewd buys in summer and giving academy boys further opportunity to grow will bear mega fruit in future, just like ManU in the 90s.
It is really a small margin. Few tweaks here and there and you're suddenly challenging top dogs.
Maybe we shouldn't be so cynical and wait , watch and enjoy the development.

Maybe stop being an apologist! More excuses than a f***ing politician.


Apologist for what?
We’ve had a good season and shown clearly we are progressing and heading in the right direction.
Nothing to apologise for, only be enthusiastic about.

An apologist for not buying the player(s) that we needed in January. Just admit the club was wrong and move on ffs.
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Re: Arteta Out

Postby Arsenal Tone » Sat May 14, 2022 8:36 pm

theHotHead wrote:
Parzival38 wrote:
DiamondGooner wrote:That's not the point is it.

The point is when you "had" a top striker and now you sell him on, we were supposed to replace him with someone fit for that role.

We needed to replace our 1st choice, not fall back on 2nd and 3rd choice to get us 4th, despite Nketiah having some good games fair play, but you can't tell me a top striker wouldn't of given us the belief and firepower to get over the line.

We used to win games mainly down to Henry or RVP so many times when we were under the cosh.


You want us to gamble millions on panic buy in January, or do it the right way in the summer for the long term. We don't want another.misfit kicking around for years. Let's do it right.

This is its own gamble I accept that, but it the better gamble imo. We are still 4th.

That had to be the lamest reason for not buying players that were needed! You are talking like buying the players would be a kneejerk reaction, as if everyone has not being saying for well over a season that we needed a striker.

Spurs brought in Kulukevski on loan and bought Bentancur in Januarybith have been key players for them. But we should stay at a defecit offensively because bringing players in January is a risk :BangHead:
Jovic on loan as a back up plan for missing out on Vlahovic made so much sense too
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Re: Arteta Out

Postby jayramfootball » Sat May 14, 2022 11:11 pm

theHotHead wrote:
jayramfootball wrote:
swipe right wrote:
Highbury Hillbilly wrote:
ag6789 wrote:If you keep missing the open net from 4-5 yards little can anyone do anything for you. Kept happening on and on and everyone complained. Old story. Their lack of goals have been compensated by ESR and Saka. 11 goals each.
Midfield has stepped up when they failed.


Our goal numbers have been pathetic for the past 2 years running. Auba missed a lot of chances this season, but we create far too few as it stands.

West Ham have scored more than us. Utd are missing 3 forwards and are ahead of us.

Auba is two goals away from breaking the Spanish record for goals scored by players arriving in January. :rofll:


Have you come back to just troll again?

Are you upset with a fact being shared that makes your/Arteta's assessment of Auba look bad Jay?! :lol:

Nothing but facts but I guess when a fact makes you look bad you have to attack the person that shared it.


Not half as upset as you that our manager has had a good season making this shit show of a thread embarrassing ;)
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Re: Arteta Out

Postby Reiss » Sun May 15, 2022 8:12 am

'stop exaggerating'

Aubameyang missing from 4 yards out:









Let's see what his next excuse is.
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