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That pyramid is a joke btw.
The crying for him to play is a bit much (not just on here).
Also the type of player people accuse Auba of being, I feel applies more to Martinelli. Technique wise, Martinelli can’t even speak to Pepe really, he definitely isn’t the player the fanbase think he is.
Nonsense post, but this isn’t even the place for Pepe stuff anyways, but if it makes you feel better Pepe is the worst player at Arsenal ok? so let’s move on.Arsenal when Pepe is on the pitch:
21.2 xG for
23.4 xG against
It seems at first sight that all Pepe technique (overrated technique), isn't helping him to elevate Arsenal exactly.
Nonsense post, but this isn’t even the place for Pepe stuff anyways, but if it makes you feel better Pepe is the worst player at Arsenal ok? so let’s move on.
Martinelli is a good workhorse forward who tries hard and can finish. He’s far from the player most of the fans think he is, but it is a bit perplexing as to why Arteta hasn’t taken a liking to him given his attributes.
what facts? you need to learn to stop using data irresponsibly.
That pyramid you dropped is looking homemade and I don’t even know what point you are making to be honest. Why is ESR/Pepe etc even mentioned?
Not necessarily, overrated could just mean rated higher than what he can actually produce, it doesn’t have to mean he is bad or a direct comparison with anybody.Calm down your head, to Martinelli be overrated, he needs to be compared positively to someone, right? or not?
On the contrary--that is the player and performances of such promise that I'm comparing him to. From what I remember, he 's missed a lot of chances to score and those were opportunities to not only get more game time, but also to level up and get some confidence.People forget how good Martinelli was in his few games last season. There is a reason Klopp called him a "talent of the century" and Ronaldinho compared him to the brazilian Ronaldo.
Gotze must have blagged it.It’s mental.
I mean Martial and Pato on the same level as Robben, Muller and Anelka. Meanwhile Sancho and Kluivert above Luis Suarez, Neymar, Aguero and Cristiano.
Not necessarily, overrated could just mean rated higher than what he can actually produce, it doesn’t have to mean he is bad or a direct comparison with anybody.
Martinelli is a good and exciting young player, but he is also a teenager and not a prodigious one. Me calling him overrated is more about some fans acting like him starting every week is life and death when it’s not. Not complicated.
Alexis was just as good as Rooney at his peak imo as he was TOP10 in the world between 2013-2017. Rooney was a early peak player, peaked as a TOP10 between 2007-2011.
I also think Martinelli is more like Sanchez than Rooney in his style, not sure if can reach the level of the chilean, but let's see.
PD: I agree, btw, that he had to do a lot of work to improve things, but if still raw he can make impact, that means that his ceiling is high if can correct and optimize certain areas of his game, while there are a lot of teenagens already looking finished products.