Unai Emery: El Mister

Discussion in 'Arsenal Talk' started by Mo Britain, Oct 17, 2018.

  1. berric

    berric Well-Known Member

    Thanks! It just seems too easy to make up a negative story for the trigger-friendly fans so I had to check!
     
  2. GDeep™

    GDeep™ Protector of RonaldoMadness

    I know, happened all the time under Wenger on here.
     
  3. berric

    berric Well-Known Member

    Yep. It was unbearable towards the end. The media use the cognitive disonance of Arsenal fans to form a narrative much more than with other teams I believe.

    We are suppossedly a superclub , but still act like a small-time club most of the times and it's easy to manipulate the fanbase. No doubt it will only get worse if **** hits the fan early.
     
  4. Tourbillion

    Tourbillion Angry 24/7

    **** Mislintat.
     
  5. scytheavatar

    scytheavatar Well-Known Member

    Perišić is obviously a Mislintat signing and there's reports that he was the one who pushed us to sign Carrasco as an alternative. Extremely hard to believe he's now a defender of our youth.
     
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  6. Toby Andrl

    Toby Andrl Part Time Stuttgart Fan Trusted

    You know you can do both, right? Add ready made quality and experience to create a stable corset in which youth players can be promoted without having the instant burden of having to carry the squad performance wise. I'm not specifically arguing perisic and/or Carrasco were of the quality needed, but just that signing them doesn't exclude the idea/concept of promoting youth per se.
     
  7. dka91

    dka91 Well-Known Member

    Yeah...I don't really like this Raul, Unai dynamic that's forming at the club.

    Tbh Emery isn't really daring in his approach with regards to the team on the pitch and I wouldn't really like the idea of "his" players coming to the club either.

    Mislintat is feeling like a big loss now, but that's hardly saying anything ground breaking.
     
  8. arsenefc

    arsenefc Obsessed With Guendouzi

    his biggest visible impact was visible today in Juventus.
     
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  9. Dregen57

    Dregen57 Active Member

    I understand wanting safe standing. I understand not being sold on Raul. I understand not being sold on Emery. I understand wanting the club to spend money on the transfer market. But what i don't understand is making up your mind on all this in <1 year and with a month of window
     
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  10. krackpot

    krackpot Well-Known Member

    Like what the says about the captaincy, that the need is for leaders throughout the team.
     
  11. Wrighty4eva

    Wrighty4eva Well-Known Member

    Pragmatic, boring, clueless hope he gets sacked by January.
     
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  12. Arsenal1508

    Arsenal1508 Mods are unethical! Ozil, come assist me please!

    Can't we just fire Emery and promote Ljungberg now. I want the youngsters in the first team and kill that sick bromance of senior players.
     
  13. Özillionaire

    Özillionaire Granit Xhaka Enthusiast

    Not trying to add fuel to the fire here but I did get a chance to speak to Mislintat when he worked for us and he actually did go out of his way to praise our young players coming through - going as far to mention Nelson and Nketiah by name.

    Just to bring this more on topic, I came in to say that I hope Emery integrates our academy when the season starts. Sooner or later, you have to take a risk on the likes of Nelson, Saka, Willock, Eddie, JJ etc.. as this is a special group of young players.
     
  14. <<reed>>

    <<reed>> Ex-Troll

    shut up you Hale End nonce
     
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  15. BigPoppaPump

    BigPoppaPump Laca Respect for Alexandre

    People need to stfu about academy players, bunch of nonces. When did this obsession with playing kids start? You lot are the same guys who though Jay Emmanuel Thomas was the next Henry.
     
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  16. Sanis

    Sanis Well-Known Member

    The way Emery treats youth frustrates me even more than cowardly tactics with 8 defensive players against relegation battling teams..
    Against Bayern our youngsters did more than some senior players in 60-80 minutes.
     
  17. Iceman10

    Iceman10 Well-Known Member

    Would it really have been better for these youngsters under Wenger? I don't think so from what I've seen so far. Iwobi and AMN had chances last season, and we'll have to see what Emery does this season, but I sense there will be quite a few chances with rotation, impressions being he is willing to use more than Wenger did.
     
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  18. Maybe

    Maybe Well-Known Member

    In 2 years time you will be deleting this fake account in shame and your new one will have thumbnail of Nketiah. Promoting youngsters since 2021
     
  19. Mo Britain

    Mo Britain Doom Monger

    Some of us support more chances for youth but some of us also believe this year's talk about youth is simply a smokescreen so our dear owner doesn't have to justify the lack of investment in players.
     
  20. akhil

    akhil Active Member

    https://www.arsenal.com/news/why-joe-willock-has-stepped-level

    His English has come on really well. I actually though he was saying 'precision' rather than 'pre-season'.:lol:
    He knows the league now, hopefully we have a better system rather than all the changing formations. Enough with 5 at the back, it's not really better for us defensively.
     

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