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Gabriel Jesus: Will He Score Again?

Maybe

You're wrong, no?
Nothing better than reading on Sunday morning how vultures tore apart a player who was done by injuries.
 

Blood on the Tracks

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Player:Rice
He's clearly carrying something.

He's been poor recently but if he needs an operation let's see what he's like after that.

Jesus was very good for us in his first season. If he can get back to that sort of level he'll be a valuable asset. If not, move him on.

Don't really understand the hate he gets when we've got perma crocks like Partey, ESR and Tomi around who contribute very little.
 

sdotzdot

Established Member
Listen, this guy was phenomenal for half a season and we need to be honest, has been turd ever since.

His talent is supreme, but generally speaking he’s a stupid player who more often than not carries for too long or makes the wrong decision with the final ball. When he pulls it off, it’s brilliant and when he doesn’t (which is the majority of the time), it’s extremely frustrating.

Add to that the clear regress in physicality for nearly a season and a half now and extremely concerning recurring injury, if I was a betting man I’d say he’s never going to be good enough for us again.

That is very much frustrating to say, as I absolutely loved watching him in the first half of last season. He and us as a team because of him was so fun to watch. Shame.
 

Riou

In The Winchester, Waiting For This To Blow Over

Country: Northern Ireland

Player:Gabriel
Interest from our old friends Juve in him apparently.

Should get at least £40-50 million back for him if we are serious here

With Juve this will be paid over 40-50 years, ffs 😅
 

lufere7

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Player:Martinelli
Can't help but feel the criticism has gotten a bit OTT. He's clearly worse than last year and not in good form but still contributed with important assists through individual brilliance against Bayern and Wolves yet this thread has been a hatethread for the past few weeks. People seem to have taken our newfound hatred for City and saw Jesus and Zinchenko the best avenues to express it.

For the record I think he should be transitioned to a squad player and maybe sold if we can recoup a decent amount of his fee, but I'll always have a soft spot for him due to how transformative he was to us last season. The only Arsenal match I've been to in person was the 4 - 2 at home vs Leicester last season and I was in awe watching him. Created tons of chances through his dribbling and bullying their CBs, assisted 2, scored 2 yet could've scored like 5 in typical Jesus fashion. What could've been if he did find his finishing boots here like we hoped...
 

RandomHero84

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Player:Saka
Can't help but feel the criticism has gotten a bit OTT. He's clearly worse than last year and not in good form but still contributed with important assists through individual brilliance against Bayern and Wolves yet this thread has been a hatethread for the past few weeks. People seem to have taken our newfound hatred for City and saw Jesus and Zinchenko the best avenues to express it.

For the record I think he should be transitioned to a squad player and maybe sold if we can recoup a decent amount of his fee, but I'll always have a soft spot for him due to how transformative he was to us last season. The only Arsenal match I've been to in person was the 4 - 2 at home vs Leicester last season and I was in awe watching him. Created tons of chances through his dribbling and bullying their CBs, assisted 2, scored 2 yet could've scored like 5 in typical Jesus fashion. What could've been if he did find his finishing boots here like we hoped...
As a striker he's ****.

As a joga bonito guy, sometimes quite good.

As a counterstrike player, questionable. I think he cares about the latter the most.
 

Tell.

Active Member
4 goals as our main man upfront is horrendous. He doesn't even have the history of a high scoring season to fall back on. Injury free he's hitting his usual 10-15 in the PL.
 

Penn_

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I’ll wait to see if he goes to the Copa America. Can’t be complaining of knee pain then jetting off after a long season.

Definitely has a part to play in the squad, unless someone wants to offer silly money.
 

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