Discussion in 'Arsenal Talk' started by Batman, Aug 1, 2020.
Pedro Guilherme from Flamengo is your man.
Would rather have Pierre Emile than Pierre Emerick atm tbf
There aren't a lot of false 9s available currently, maybe Schick from Roma?
Good shout. He has a lot of potential
Neither of those are number 9s
We need players like these in attacking position, wingers or strikers. Can make them to play f9 if needed.
By the way, How about this player?:
Anyway, they are all a lot better than auba/Laca/nketiah.
Rate him highly. He was unbelievable in youth football, then got a serious injury with Lyon which set his development back a bit but he seems to be back on track and started the season well with Nice. Think he’s a couple of years away from being ready to make the jump to a club like Arsenal. The talent is there though.
But surely there's nothing unnatural about the position the West Brom's players arm is in there against United? That's the way the arms move, and you can tell he was actually trying to turn his back to it to try to avoid the possibility of a handball.
Some consistency in application would be nice...
Its Yanited, when has there ever been consistency in application.
Its their thing, always has been.
Your arm needs to be stretched out just to block cross? The new rule actually stated that Dier handball vs Newcastle still remain as handball which similar to that. Leicester won penalty vs Wolves few weeks ago also similar to that.
There are reason why players nowdays put their arm behind to block crossing.
Continued his poor run of form up until the sending off. After that we saw a bit of extra zip, skill and effort more reminiscent of pre-contract Auba.
What’s that about then?
Looked really sharp in the the shooting drills with Gabby and Balogun.
No Pepe and Laca for some reason but Auba’s the best finisher we have by a mile, Gabby was pretty good but Macey had Folarin’s number which was a bit worrying in a no pressure 1v1 situation.
Yes I know it’s just a training video.
To be taken with a pinch of salt; but I’ve seen people on twitter saying that all this time it was Auba who was begging the manager to play him on the left, in order to accommodate playing Lacazette in the middle.
All hearsay, obviously.
Pretty sure that Auba was being played on the left because Arteta thinks he’s better on the left (a view I agree with).
Problem is that we’re struggling to create anything at the moment. So Arteta has dropped Laca (in poor form) in order to get another creative player into the side, which means moving Auba to the middle.
If / when Arteta solves our creative woes, I fully expect Auba to move back to the left.
If he played for Leeds he’d legit score 30 I think.
I do not believe that Auba's lack of goals is solely down to a lack of creative players, because he did well post lockdown last season.
If/when Auba regains his confidence and puts in the effort we're used to seeing from him, he'll be on his way to scoring over 20 goals again.
100% there’s just far too much data to suggest otherwise.
Leeds can’t get an Auba though can they *shrugs*
The most important part of the video #Willy10
No doubt about that. Auba has 13 shots so far this season. Bamford on the other hand has 40. Kane 38, flipping Aleksandar Mitrovic has 31. But let's blame Aubameyang for not creating his own chances. Something which he has never really done before in his career.
As it stands right now we are rock bottom in the premier league for shots at goal as a team (played 1 game less than a few teams but that isn't the point). It is clear to see where the problem is but let's blame Auba for not scoring at his usual rate.
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