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Re: 2022 Summer Transfer Window

Postby jayramfootball » Thu Apr 28, 2022 8:31 pm

DiamondGooner wrote:
jayramfootball wrote:The reporting suggests that City are going to pay £110m in wages alone over 4 years to Haaland.
He’ll cost over £250m in total if some reports are to be believed,
No club can afford this without cheating financially.
City or any club who signs him for that outlay need to be audited for financial irregularity.
Especially fake commercial revenue all of a sudden shouting up.
City have cheated this way already and it’s so obvious as to be laughable that they have not been kicked out of the PL. their commercial revenue now rivals Man Utd’s :rofll:

As if.

Someone has to put a stop to these clubs,


You sound like Wenger in his later years.

Not all clubs do the bare minimum yet still proclaim to want the maxium.

While we cut corners other teams are willing to break the bank for success, hence why we're not an elite club anymore.

We can't / won't compete ........... and worse, because truth be told I hold no admiration for people who just spend their way to glory, the other method is Klopps way, hard tactics, guts and glory with elite standards.

.......... and we can't even get that bit right, hopefully we edge that way because the City method is not on the cards for us.


City cheat financially.
I am glad that is not on the cards for us.

We are competing.
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Re: 2022 Summer Transfer Window

Postby DiamondGooner » Thu Apr 28, 2022 8:31 pm

ag6789 wrote:Jesus, Tielmans, Neves should do it. Probably keep 2 out 5 on loan. Strong young side w/ options. Give others a good run I guess.


So ........ we're going to have one striker for the season?

Interesting approach, what could possibly go wrong?
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Re: 2022 Summer Transfer Window

Postby DiamondGooner » Thu Apr 28, 2022 8:33 pm

jayramfootball wrote:
DiamondGooner wrote:
jayramfootball wrote:The reporting suggests that City are going to pay £110m in wages alone over 4 years to Haaland.
He’ll cost over £250m in total if some reports are to be believed,
No club can afford this without cheating financially.
City or any club who signs him for that outlay need to be audited for financial irregularity.
Especially fake commercial revenue all of a sudden shouting up.
City have cheated this way already and it’s so obvious as to be laughable that they have not been kicked out of the PL. their commercial revenue now rivals Man Utd’s :rofll:

As if.

Someone has to put a stop to these clubs,


You sound like Wenger in his later years.

Not all clubs do the bare minimum yet still proclaim to want the maxium.

While we cut corners other teams are willing to break the bank for success, hence why we're not an elite club anymore.

We can't / won't compete ........... and worse, because truth be told I hold no admiration for people who just spend their way to glory, the other method is Klopps way, hard tactics, guts and glory with elite standards.

.......... and we can't even get that bit right, hopefully we edge that way because the City method is not on the cards for us.


City cheat financially.
I am glad that is not on the cards for us.


The way of the world, cheating simply means your doing everything you can to win.

........... as I said, the other method is to be fiercer than the opposition and be relentless i.e Klopp, we need to get on that page pronto.
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Re: 2022 Summer Transfer Window

Postby Santi » Thu Apr 28, 2022 8:33 pm

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Re: 2022 Summer Transfer Window

Postby Salibatelli » Fri Apr 29, 2022 11:28 am

Klopp and his methods are fantastic, he’s a elite manager that knows how to make a real difference.

Just just can’t see us getting anywhere near Liverpool or City, for a start we’d need an elite manager and I can’t see this club ever employing one.

At best I think we’ll settle for a fight for top 4, no one at this club has the ambition to win the big prizes, that’s something you can’t do without, the hunger and ambition to be the best. Arsenal just want to be 4th best, that for them is success, we’ve seen it for almost the last 20 years.

If you believe what people say that the club see’s top 6 as success this season which just about sums up the level of ambition.
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Re: 2022 Summer Transfer Window

Postby Highbury Hillbilly » Fri Apr 29, 2022 1:52 pm

We need to be making Top 4 regularly if we are to stand a chance of competing for the title once Klopp leaves in 2026. I say that because Guardiola will also have departed by then.
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Re: 2022 Summer Transfer Window

Postby Ach » Sat Apr 30, 2022 8:19 pm

https://www.goal.com/en-gb/news/arteta- ... c88fbecd8d

Can't afford big money signings lol

Emirates stadium confirmed to be useless

Arteta says no big money signings and goes the other way and gets no one in

It's the Arsenal way
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Re: 2022 Summer Transfer Window

Postby jayramfootball » Sat Apr 30, 2022 9:18 pm

Ach wrote:https://www.goal.com/en-gb/news/arteta-arsenal-cant-afford-big-money-signings/blt5c9799c88fbecd8d

Can't afford big money signings lol

Emirates stadium confirmed to be useless

Arteta says no big money signings and goes the other way and gets no one in

It's the Arsenal way


You’ve obviously never been to the Emirates, which was obvious before but now confirmed.
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Re: 2022 Summer Transfer Window

Postby coolaa » Sun May 01, 2022 5:43 am

Jesus, Gnabry, Gakpo, Dybala. Which two out of these four would be your pick ?
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Re: 2022 Summer Transfer Window

Postby Arsenal Tone » Sun May 01, 2022 8:08 am

coolaa wrote:Jesus, Gnabry, Gakpo, Dybala. Which two out of these four would be your pick ?


Gakpo

Has the physicality needed to play through the middle and is an unknown looking to make the step up. The others are all ones who haven't quite made it at the highest level and would be taking a step down.
Ramsdale/Turner
Tomiyasu/???--White/Saliba--Gabriel/Holding--Tierney/???
Partey/Elneny--???/Xhaka
Saka/???--Odegaard/Smith Rowe--???/Martinelli
???/Nketiah
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Re: 2022 Summer Transfer Window

Postby Salibatelli » Sun May 01, 2022 11:42 am

Gnabry not made it?

Thats like turning down Salah before he moved to Liverpool because he failed to make his mark at Chelsea.

Gnabry has been great, always thought he was a talent when with us, but we didn’t play him enough and had to sell him for peanuts.

Might end up being a similar story with Guendouzi.
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Re: 2022 Summer Transfer Window

Postby Highbury Hillbilly » Sun May 01, 2022 3:00 pm

Arsenal Tone wrote:
coolaa wrote:Jesus, Gnabry, Gakpo, Dybala. Which two out of these four would be your pick ?


Gakpo

Has the physicality needed to play through the middle and is an unknown looking to make the step up. The others are all ones who haven't quite made it at the highest level and would be taking a step down.


Only thing Gnabry hasn't won is the World Cup.
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Re: 2022 Summer Transfer Window

Postby Arsenal Tone » Sun May 01, 2022 7:04 pm

Highbury Hillbilly wrote:
Arsenal Tone wrote:
coolaa wrote:Jesus, Gnabry, Gakpo, Dybala. Which two out of these four would be your pick ?


Gakpo

Has the physicality needed to play through the middle and is an unknown looking to make the step up. The others are all ones who haven't quite made it at the highest level and would be taking a step down.


Only thing Gnabry hasn't won is the World Cup.
Why is he leaving a top team when he should be in his prime?
Ramsdale/Turner
Tomiyasu/???--White/Saliba--Gabriel/Holding--Tierney/???
Partey/Elneny--???/Xhaka
Saka/???--Odegaard/Smith Rowe--???/Martinelli
???/Nketiah
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Re: 2022 Summer Transfer Window

Postby jayramfootball » Sun May 01, 2022 7:05 pm

Couple of players to complete this team. More of summer 2021 please. What a window that was.
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Re: 2022 Summer Transfer Window

Postby ag6789 » Sun May 01, 2022 9:27 pm

Julian Brandt and Jesus are linked to Arsenal . Brandt with 7 goals and 8 assists didn't have a stellar season for BD but Arcata and his staff can improve him like Odegaard. He is only 25 and might cost a modest 16-17 million
Jesus might be a big success here too w/his footballing ability and a new challenge of leading the line. He might cost around 45 mil.
A quality CM and a fullback should do it for us.
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