Discussion in 'Arsenal Talk' started by Batman, Aug 1, 2020.
lmao tell em again Orbinho I don't think these nutters can hear you
Joga bonito at the carpet
Arteta's attacking philosophy is just like when he was playing here. Sideways and back passes with the rare cross over the defense that will result in a goal.
I didn't watch the game, but I am reading Orbinho's tweets about it and I am like wtf, fullbacks didn't pass to wingers, zero passes between CBs and CMs, Auba received the most passes from Leno
Absolute tragic stuff.
To beat the press, Leno kept hoofing the ball upfield to Auba and Pepe instead of playing out from the back like we normally do. This worked 60% of the time.
I'm not even kidding, this was the tactics. It explains these statistics.
It's all the squads fault though. Auba is a bad player.
Giroud is coming home in January I am hearing
I'm not sure I understand how the handball in United-West Brom is a handball and penalty and the Aubameyang shot isn't...
He's blocked the shot with his arm. Ok, it's close distance, but I'm pretty sure that's a penalty, no? The United one wasn't an attempt on goal.
There is so much confusion about handballs and when it should be a penalty. Let me simplify for you.
If Man Utd are attacking and the ball hits an opponent's arm in the area: clear penalty
For any other team it gets a bit more complicated as no one really knows the rules anymore. A complete lottery.
Good for him, i heard he scored alot of headers france
Unfortunately, rule has changed few months ago. If that handball happened in September, you would get a penalty 100% for sure.
The rule is changed to if your arm is in natural position then it's not handball. So it's not matter whether it's an attempt on goal or no.
Cooper moved his arm from high position to low position because it's natural when everyone's body fall to ground your arm will also naturally fall to ground and it touched the ball.
We tried passing it through midfield and it broke down. It wasn’t only tactics.
It’s basically 50/50 on whether they judge that is in a natural position. That’s the problem.
Taylor and VAR just didn't want to give it from the get go.
You just knew no matter how many times they reviewed it we weren't getting it.
Officials still hate us from the Arsène days.
He really came in and shook up the game.
I would drop him for a few games tbh, his attitude was so bad on Sunday
You do that you may as well happy the nails into your own coffin. Hes been poor but imagine what it says if you drop your star striker, the one you fought so hard to keep, your captain and your normal match winner?
Well it's not like we don't have other options a available to try something different. Auba bad not been our match winner for awhile and if he's underperforming continually he deserves to be dropped.
Although he's proven to be great a goalscorer, Auba isn't Henry
Rest him midweek but not sure Arteta can afford to drop him from a league game.
He should be dropped after his last performance. I remember a couple of seasons ago Auba was more impactful coming from the bench so perhaps it'll benefit him and the team short-term.
We should have never signed auba/laca. I was against these transfers. We need a Sanchez/van persie/benzema/suarez/firmino up front. Not a better finishing/better movement/more intelligent walcott/defoe, who doesnt know how to play football.
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