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Ethan Nwaneri: Se Queda

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Have to give young players a pathway to the 1st team, old saying good enough, old enough.

Nwaneri can certainly and should get some mins off the bench next season and lets take it from there.

Good young players today seem to embrace the challenge don't seem phased at all. He's a talent, no doubt.
 

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If he's not challenged by U21 football but Arteta can't see him getting at least decent minutes next season he should be going out on loan.

There's no point him being here for 5 minutes cameos a couple of times a month. That's not how you develop.

He should be playing significant minutes somewhere next season, doesn't matter if it's Championship as long as it's the right manager with the right philosophy for him.
 

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If he's not challenged by U21 football but Arteta can't see him getting at least decent minutes next season he should be going out on loan.

There's no point him being here for 5 minutes cameos a couple of times a month. That's not how you develop.

He should be playing significant minutes somewhere next season, doesn't matter if it's Championship as long as it's the right manager with the right philosophy for him.
I think meaner treatment will determined Obi and max future. These wonder kids will have offers and if you can convince them and more importantly their parents no academy player has come through under Arteta and the future is brighter somewhere else. They will be tempted.
 

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Won their first game vs France 4-0, but got beat by Portugal next game 4-1.
Was watching while I got a trim. He was OK in patches but never really managed to influence the game much. He was involved in the one goal they scored though. Mikey Moore looks really impressive aswell, shame he plays for Sp**s but he'll probably make it there if they bother to play him.

To me, Nwaneri mostly looks like he's having to play a gear down for these youth games and tournaments at the moment. When he's on the ball, he looks a cut above, and he does work hard out of possession too. But I always feel like there's a lot more, and not in a Miguel Azeez way, but in a "This level is already too easy" way.
 

Dokaka

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Was watching while I got a trim. He was OK in patches but never really managed to influence the game much. He was involved in the one goal they scored though. Mikey Moore looks really impressive aswell, shame he plays for Sp**s but he'll probably make it there if they bother to play him.

To me, Nwaneri mostly looks like he's having to play a gear down for these youth games and tournaments at the moment. When he's on the ball, he looks a cut above, and he does work hard out of possession too. But I always feel like there's a lot more, and not in a Miguel Azeez way, but in a "This level is already too easy" way.

Not gonna lie the visual of you sitting at the barber getting a trim while watching u-21 footy on your phone is ****ing funny :lol: I admire the dedication.
 

Dokaka

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My barber's a Gooner aswell so he watches it with me :lol:. I put him onto all the new players.

Nwaneri bosses the game, completely captivating your barber resulting in you coming out looking like this

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Geofranco

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Was watching while I got a trim. He was OK in patches but never really managed to influence the game much. He was involved in the one goal they scored though. Mikey Moore looks really impressive aswell, shame he plays for Sp**s but he'll probably make it there if they bother to play him.

To me, Nwaneri mostly looks like he's having to play a gear down for these youth games and tournaments at the moment. When he's on the ball, he looks a cut above, and he does work hard out of possession too. But I always feel like there's a lot more, and not in a Miguel Azeez way, but in a "This level is already too easy" way.
Tbh Nwaneri kinda gives me Özil vibes at times. Obviously he works much harder off the ball defensively than Özil did but sometimes it feels like he is just coasting out there. Lewis Skelly is the one that actually plays more like Wilshere used to with that gung ho style.
 

Gooner Zig

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Nwaneri looks like he just scored recently. 3-1, Spain just got someone sent off too.
 

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