The Arsenal Players Who Must Go


Arsenal are looking to next season for salvation following the season of close misses for the Gunners this season. From the League Cup final, to their Champions League first leg advantage over Barcelona and a quarter final placing in the FA Cup, not to mention their Premier League title run in. So here’s the list of players Wenger has to sell to gain funds for next season.

Gael Clichy
Just a few years ago, he was compared to the likes of Patrice Evra and Ashley Cole, but a dismal year has left Clichy looking fairly mediocre and heading to the exit door
Denilson
Brazilian footballers are usually renown for their flair in the beautiful game, with tricks and flicks and awesome vision, which is why someone must check Denilson’s passport, his football isn’t up to standard.
Tomas Rosicky
A few years back, Rosicky was bossing the midfield with defence splitting passes and his Benayoun-like runs through the defence, but his age and injuries have certainly hampered his career, making him one that must leave in the coming transfer window.
Andrei Arshavin
The excitement in watching the diminutive Russian dominating on the ball park has seemed to disappear this season. He has had his extra special moments but he is the type of player who would give you 7 misses in return for a solitary goal, Arshavin wastes the chances way too often for Arsenal.
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3 responses to “The Arsenal Players Who Must Go

  1. abraham johnson

    i think bendtner and diaby should also go

  2. and I second that, but would keep AA, he is a game changer, not his fault that AW plays him out of position, is it?

  3. But 1st Squillaci and Chamakh must go.

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