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Re: Alexis Sánchez (7)

Postby Mustafi » Thu Oct 12, 2017 8:51 pm

Burnturrek wrote:
1: Cazorla
2: Rosicky
3: Cesc
4: Alexis
5: Koscielny
6: RVP
7: Ozil
8: Monreal
9: Giroud
10: Arshavin
11: Kolasinac

My humble opinion.


I love Kolasinac, but a bit early to include him in this list after 10 games in the season, in which Wenger benched him a few from?
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Re: Alexis Sánchez (7)

Postby Sims » Thu Oct 12, 2017 9:43 pm

Van Persie should be in a tier of his own

The guy got 30 in the league with his supply line being Alex Song and Gervinho ffs
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Re: Alexis Sánchez (7)

Postby Cripps » Thu Oct 12, 2017 10:04 pm

RVP
Theo
Alexis
Ozil
Mert
Sagna
Rosicky
Arshavin
Nasri
Ade

Pretty easy
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Re: Alexis Sánchez (7)

Postby Mustafi » Thu Oct 12, 2017 10:29 pm

Theo :lol:
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Re: Alexis Sánchez (7)

Postby Cripps » Thu Oct 12, 2017 10:40 pm

Over 100 goals from a right winger, all in the Emirates era. Simple choice really.

Wait, don't you rate Chambers and Jack?....

Nothing more needs to be said
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Re: Alexis Sánchez (7)

Postby starmandb » Thu Oct 12, 2017 11:21 pm

GoonerAlexis wrote:Koscielny isn't anywhere near good enough. He lost us two cups, and won us none, always finding a way to get out of playing the final

Scored the goal that took the final to extra time v hull and played against villa in the final as a defender in a side that kept a clean sheet
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Re: Alexis Sánchez (7)

Postby CrimsonGunner11 » Thu Oct 12, 2017 11:29 pm

1. RVP
2. Alexis
3. Cesc
4. Cazorla
5. Rosicky
6. Sagna
7. Koscielny
8. Monreal
9. Nasri
10. Ozil

The fact that there’s only one CB and no defensive midfielder in my top 10 sums up where I think we went wrong this era. One striker too speaks volumes.

On another note, I think Lacazette and Kolasinac has the potential to break into my top ten assuming management makes smart decisions going forward


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Re: Alexis Sánchez (7)

Postby Gunpowder » Thu Oct 12, 2017 11:44 pm

Tony_Adams wrote:
Angelito wrote:Top-11 Players ~ Emirates Era:

1. van Persie
2. Alexis
3. Cesc
4. Ozil
5. Sagna
6. Rosicky
7. Koscielny
8. Cazorla
9. Arshavin
10. Monreal
11. Mertesacker


Alexis
Fabregas
Van Persie
Ozil
Nasri
Cazorla
Rosicky
Sagna
Clichy
Adebayor
Song


How are last 3 in and Monreal, Koscielny and Mertesacker aren't?
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Re: Alexis Sánchez (7)

Postby Mustafi » Thu Oct 12, 2017 11:46 pm

Cripps wrote:Over 100 goals from a right winger, all in the Emirates era. Simple choice really.

Wait, don't you rate Chambers and Jack?....

Nothing more needs to be said


Lol .. don't get started with players we rate .. you rate Ospina over Cech, Mertesacker over Koscielny and Ramsey over Cazorla

100 goals in 11 years isn't special for a right winger (part time striker) btw. By this logic Giroud should be in your list too for scoring 100 goals in 5 years.
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Re: Alexis Sánchez (7)

Postby Burnturrek » Fri Oct 13, 2017 7:26 am

Mustafi wrote:
Burnturrek wrote:
1: Cazorla
2: Rosicky
3: Cesc
4: Alexis
5: Koscielny
6: RVP
7: Ozil
8: Monreal
9: Giroud
10: Arshavin
11: Kolasinac

My humble opinion.


I love Kolasinac, but a bit early to include him in this list after 10 games in the season, in which Wenger benched him a few from?


I'm aware it's a bit premature but I'm convinced he will be in that list for everyone soon enough.

His attitude makes him a potential legend and I'm calling it a bit early.

Plus when I think about Sagna (great start, shitty finish) Clichy (never consistently good) and other players that people have added to their list.. If I'm honest with myself I rate Kolasinac above them. Even if he didn't even play half a season for us yet.

Let's hope I don't jinx it and he becomes what I expect and think he is.
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Re: Alexis Sánchez (7)

Postby theHotHead » Fri Oct 13, 2017 8:55 am

EliteKiller wrote:
Va-Va-Voom wrote:
DiamondGooner wrote:
Starmand can chip in at any time but I'd guess Theo's scoring tally is around or exceeds the likes of Pires,


Walcott has scored 107 goals in 12 seasons for us, Pires scored 84 goals in 6 seasons.


Gets worse Pires 84 in 189 versus Walnut 107 in 388 .... how is that in anyway "around or exceeds the likes of Pires" it's not even feckin' close, Pires was in a totally different class to Walnut .....

Joke ting. How anyone can claim Theo is comparable to any one of our top players is a piss take. Even Ready Freddie (Ljungberg) is comparable to Theo (46 goals in 216 appearances) and he was a right midfielder - not a forward or a winger !
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Re: Alexis Sánchez (7)

Postby Kite33 » Fri Oct 13, 2017 8:57 am

1.Sanchez
2.Giroud
3.Fabregas
4.Cazorla
5.Koscielny
6.Arshavin
7.Sagna
8.Rosicky
9.Diaby
10.Eduardo
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Re: Alexis Sánchez (7)

Postby Mustafi » Fri Oct 13, 2017 10:21 am

Burnturrek wrote:
Mustafi wrote:
Burnturrek wrote:
1: Cazorla
2: Rosicky
3: Cesc
4: Alexis
5: Koscielny
6: RVP
7: Ozil
8: Monreal
9: Giroud
10: Arshavin
11: Kolasinac

My humble opinion.


I love Kolasinac, but a bit early to include him in this list after 10 games in the season, in which Wenger benched him a few from?


I'm aware it's a bit premature but I'm convinced he will be in that list for everyone soon enough.

His attitude makes him a potential legend and I'm calling it a bit early.

Plus when I think about Sagna (great start, shitty finish) Clichy (never consistently good) and other players that people have added to their list.. If I'm honest with myself I rate Kolasinac above them. Even if he didn't even play half a season for us yet.

Let's hope I don't jinx it and he becomes what I expect and think he is.


Totally agreed, that he will be even in the top 5 of this list, if he stayed with us more than 4-5 years.
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Re: Alexis Sánchez (7)

Postby Massa » Fri Oct 13, 2017 1:22 pm

1. RvP
2. Cesc
3. Sagna
4. Özil
5. Alexis
6. Koscielny
7. Ramsey
8. Arteta
9. Rosicky
10. Arshavin
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Re: Alexis Sánchez (7)

Postby Dejan » Sat Oct 14, 2017 2:47 pm

^ thought it was a good list until I arrived at number 7
Rest in Peace SE13 :(


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