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18 Nov 2019 15:50:26
Hi Eds,

what do you make of the Xhaka to Milan rumours? Also do the reports saying Torreira is unhappy with game time and his position have any truth behind them?

{Ed002's Note - He wants out and if Milan are suggested it is likely speculation or a loan. If leaving in January a loan would be most likely. Betancourt has made clear the player is unhappy with the coach and wants to look for opportunities in Italy.}

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19 Nov 2019 11:51:37
Xhaka is more than welcome to leave, Torreira however, is a useful player, and I would like to see him get a lengthy run in the team. I understand the frustration of sitting on the bench while Xhaka the elephant charges around aimlessly, but if he can't be persuaded to stay, it's better he goes. We will of course need capable replacements for both. I shan't hold my breath.

19 Nov 2019 23:02:48
If we lose Torreira and keep Emery it will be modern Arsenal in a nutshell. The man is our best midfielder and he can't get a game in a position we desperately need him to play in. Every man and his dog can see our midfield is horribly unbalanced and our defence is absurdly exposed.

I'm not the sack-the-manager type, never called for Wenger's head in all his years, but I can't stand the sight of Emery grimacing and sucking his teeth on the touchline while Torreira sits on the bench.

20 Nov 2019 02:37:33
Off Xhaka. Pochettino has done a fantastic job at spurs considering he’s spent just over 100 mil in the 5 years he’s been there and not giving him the season suns Spurs up. Ed. Footballs a crazy game and with Enrique who we were strongly linked with basically back with the Spain national team, would be be some Arsenal would be interested in if/ when Arsenal sack Emery?

20 Nov 2019 08:08:24
What other Spurs manager has ever finished top 4 in 4 consecutive seasons? I've been following football since 1972 and I don't think all they're other managers combined during that 47 seasons have achieved top 4 as many times as Poch did in 5 years.

{Ed001's Note - and which of them has been handed a net spend over the period which equals the league leaders? And has had as many seasons where most of the other competing teams have been struggling with problems? United and Arsenal, for example, had come to the end of long-term projects and are a mess. They only stat that matters, with regards to Poch, is he won f all and would not have won a thing if he had been there 50 years, even if his only competition was Leicester City. We seen how his teams fold under pressure. He got lucky to take over a team with potential in a weak Prem.}

20 Nov 2019 09:24:51
Arteta my 1st choice

21 Nov 2019 07:02:46
Was Pochettino a victim of being at the home of failure? Would he be successful at Arsenal, a club that has won trophies? Think Sol Campbell, made the switch and quickly won trophies.





 

 

 
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