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Mesut Özil: Think This Might Be It For Me(sut)

Discussion in 'Arsenal Talk' started by razörist, Aug 18, 2020.

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  1. scytheavatar

    scytheavatar Well-Known Member

    He chose to damage his own brand by being a bum.......... while players like Sanchez and Bale had the common sense to move to new clubs to protect their brand. The biggest loser of this war between Arsenal FC and Özil is still Özil cause we will march on without him, while his brand is now irreversibly in ruins due to his own actions.
     
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  2. scytheavatar

    scytheavatar Well-Known Member

    Özil can't play the same role that ESR plays.......... the market for AMCs who can run and press is extremely limited. Brandt can't play that role too. Someone like Buendia might be able to. It might be a case that Arteta needs to develop a plan for an alternative system without ESR cause it's going to be much harder to replace him in a short term than people realize.
     
  3. Blood on the Tracks

    Blood on the Tracks Well-Known Member

    Yep, I believe Nottingham has the only UK franchise of Hooters. Which is a quite random.

    It's close to Nottingham Forest's stadium.
     
  4. Sweet'n'Soulful

    Sweet'n'Soulful Well-Known Member

    One of the games before he signed his extension, can’t remember which. He was sensational in a few and it made my mind up that he should be given whatever it takes if we’re going to see performances like that often enough. He was initiating everything and doing stuff that his biggest fans told me ‘wasn’t his game’. The gutting thing is that I know he still has that in him somewhere. I’d like to see it again one last time because I don’t like ****ty ending to players careers at Arsenal, but it’s not going to happen now. Too much water under the bridge.
     
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  5. Riou

    Riou A-M's Resident Jobber



    ...number 11 Özil > number 10 Özil.
     
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  6. Sweet'n'Soulful

    Sweet'n'Soulful Well-Known Member

    :lol: Seeing Iwobi trying to leng the ball when he should be kicking it, makes me laugh. How much did we get for him? My word.
    :shivering:
     
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  7. Riou

    Riou A-M's Resident Jobber

    After Iwobi scored in this game, he went behind the goal and stood there for a bit just giving the Palace fans a thumbs up...quite funny, tbf :lol:
     
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  8. Sweet'n'Soulful

    Sweet'n'Soulful Well-Known Member

    What a psychotic celebration. Fair play to him :lol:
     
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  9. Gooner416

    Gooner416 Master of Stonks Trusted

    Why should he take a pay cut if he's comfortable in London? Footballers decline, we made the mistake. The biggest loser of this war is both Arsenal and Özil, but yes, Arsenal will march on without him as will Özil. Keep touting your bum agenda, fact is, he was a polarizing and influential figure for us under Wenger.
     
  10. Mrs Bergkamp

    Mrs Bergkamp Established Member Trusted

    I think the youth are inspired what Özil does in training and this is on the job training for ESR. I'd rather play Özil than panic buy someone who isn't good enough and then can't be shifted.
     
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  11. Trilly

    Trilly Full-Time Respecter Of Women Trusted

    Not sure about unaffected. Just read that post again and it makes no sense, probably influenced by the thread. :lol:
     
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  12. Trilly

    Trilly Full-Time Respecter Of Women Trusted

    I asked for this months back tbf. We just wanna appreciate what we had in peace. :lol:
     
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  13. Macho

    Macho Has Trust Issues With Processes Trusted

    I'm not a fan of Özil's latter years at all, but the vitriol and hatred spewed on here every time his name was mentioned was disgusting and jarring to read tbh.

    It's just football. The club f*cked up, why lose sleep?
    I used to say I will be glad to see the back of him but it's slowly starting to look like Auba is being primed for this scapegoat role.
     
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  14. Blood on the Tracks

    Blood on the Tracks Well-Known Member

    Fair enough. In a sane world his fans could do that on here, just ignore the posts they don't like. It's not hard to be honest.

    This is an Internet forum after all, it's going to attract Arsenal fans with divergent opinions on everything related to the club and Mesut has been a hot button issue for a number of years and he provokes strong feelings on both sides.

    Personally I think it would be a shame if it gets to the stage where people stay in their little echo chambers only hearing what they want to hear about a player, and I think that about all players not just Mesut.

    During the past months people have said some pretty harsh things about Arteta ( some I've found offensive particularly when it's personal insults) who I'm a fan of, on his sub thread. I'll either challenge it or ignore it. I'd hate to be on a Arteta sub forum where only positive stuff is said about him though, it would defeat the point of being in a community like this in my eyes.
     
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