Discussion in 'Arsenal Talk' started by field442, Oct 5, 2020.
I’ve laughed sooo much tonight lol
Atletico Madrid is a small club that has been pulled up by Diego, nobody cares about them or what they they think about Arsenal.
They were conceding 4 goals a game for 20 years before Diego.
Btw Arteta wants to win a CL in 3 years here...
If we get top 4 this season you can sure as hell bet next summer is gonna be a proper madness.
Yeah I mean wouldn't care at all if he sailed off to never be seen again but a victim of war might be a bit much.
Interesting that Arteta and/or Edu prioritised Aouar though. I wonder why.
Lets dance the Jamaica dance!
Nice to get a good feeling via. the Arsenal social media team for a change. Partey Party Party.
Can’t wait until we’re back in the CL and we go there and smash them.
We need revenge for the way they dispatched us in the Europa League a few years ago.
Scenes when Arteta lines up with 6 at the back after the international break with Partey playing as a false 3.
Atheltico bought a knife to a gun fight.It was a battle they were never going to win. Didn't try to find a compromise got what they deserved.
Partey must dominated them all these years
We were the better team, should’ve won the EL that year for Wenger.
No idea what you're talking about. Presume it's more religious drivel.
Gross. Papa needs to be like Elneny and come off his first team number.
Still think Aouar would have been the better signing imo. He can become elite with the right manager and players around him.
Not taking anything away from this one, Partey is a fantastic signing.
I think Arteta values both equally and we may go back for Aouar next year. The 39m bid was testing the waters. We always knew that to get Partey we just had to pay the release clause. If we were able to make significant player sales we would’ve got both. Alas, departures were disappointing.
it was the way more complex deal - add ons, hangers on,uncertain player and so on. Shame because if that had worked out, we might have actually got both.
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