Yaya Toure and david beckham

Discussion in 'Arsenal Talk' started by albo2002, Aug 4, 2004.

  1. albo2002

    albo2002 New Member

    two signings that would cheer me up.

    This time tomorrow Vieira will be a madrid player.

    He's a fool, he'll never be known as a legend now. I will never boo him but I wont applaud him ever again.
  2. MightyArsenal

    MightyArsenal New Member

    David beckham ? get real....no pun intended.
  3. calvinngai88

    calvinngai88 New Member

    Yaya hasn't got enough caps to get a work permit to play for Arsenal. Beckham has long gone over his prime days. He doesn't suit Arsenal's style of playing. No place for him at the midfield either. And also, this time tomorrow, Vieira will still be an Arsenal player.
  4. godfather

    godfather New Member

    Yaya Toure ------------ Yes
    david beckham ----------NO! do you think this ex-Scum is an Arse type player?
  5. Jose_Reyes_2005

    Jose_Reyes_2005 New Member Trusted

    no matter what he does it will never take away the fact that he's been one of the best midfielders in our history.

    He's a legend and will always be a legend - he's an idiot if he thinks moving to real is a good move but thats his decision and we should respect it.
  6. albo2002

    albo2002 New Member

    We need a right winger as that’s not ljungberg’s best position. Beckham is viewed as this great crosser but he’s a team player and a good passer, albeit with a silly tattoo.

    Besides Vieira going means we need a new style.

    Does Yaya Toure still need more caps? That was the situation in January, but now???

    Calvin – I have believed that for the last month, but no more. Vieira has definitely put his house up for sale and even the BBC are saying it’s all over. He’ll sign today or tomorrow.
  7. pamilih

    pamilih New Member

    Good point. We need a new style. Vieira has largely shaped it. Hmm I can't think of anybody who could. Parlour would be able to but he's gone.

    TRUE GUNNER New Member

    beckham is sh*t , we dont need tossers like him in the team.
  9. calvinngai88

    calvinngai88 New Member

    Vieira putting his house for sale doesn't really mean he's leaving.
  10. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    for crying out loud man, when are you going to wake up, he going going going.

    Its 10 days before the new season and he hasnt confirmed he's staying which is a SLIGHT clue, then neither has Wenger once confirmed absolutly Paddys staying, then there is the media specualtion,and your still holding on to the fact that there all wrong, even the radio station in Spain who have a proven track record of getting things right,yet you are blind to all this by saying "it dosent mean he's going" because his house is on the market.

    Let me ask you mate, when are you actually going to start worrying???
  11. Sigun

    Sigun New Member

    :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

    if this is true.....yes it does.
  12. calvinngai88

    calvinngai88 New Member

    There's no need to worry at all. Everything will be known when Wenger or Dein or even Vieira himself confirms the deal. Even if Vieira leaves, I won't be worrying because the transfer will make Arsenal another step to the next level of football.
  13. Andrew

    Andrew New Member

    Why the f would we want Beckham? If we ever want to go backwards then that would be the way to do so. We need someone reasonably young who can fit our style. Beckham is not that.
  14. johe

    johe New Member

    So essentially what you're saying is that we will be better off without Vieira?? Have you gone stark raving mad, he's the best in the world in his position, and it would take a long time to find a replacement who could do what he does. What other midfielder in the world can dominate possesion the way he does? In some games he hits twice the amount of passes of any other Arsenal player, and make twice the amount of tackles. Why do you think Real want him anyway? Because he's the best, simple as. Now I'm stunned at how you could even think that his transfer will move us to the next level of football.
  15. calvinngai88

    calvinngai88 New Member

    The next level of football doesn't mean we'll do better than Vieira. At least we have a new dimension in the midfield. A new standard of playing. You said till Vieira is as if so irreplaceable. What if he really does leave? Are you going to sulk for that your whole life? Come on, it's not the end of the world if he leaves. Wenger's still around at least.
  16. Anonymous

    Anonymous Guest

    i trust wenger, and yes i think we could be better, maybe we cant find as good a direct replacement, but maybe 2 players we could now offord would be the answer, and we dont know that Wenger hasnt got a replacement already, i am sure he knew there was a chance Vieira would leave and i firmly beleive there is someone out there nobody has heard of besides Wenger ofcourse who will be the new Vieira.

    Wenger has a track record of getting unknowns that have been awesome for us, vieira for one, toure clichy Anelka, ect oh and let me ask you who replaced him???
  17. Aussie

    Aussie New Member Elite

    No he is ****ing not!!!!!1

    When you are made captain of a Arsenal that says to me that you have Arsenal in your blood and you are going to play out your days with Arsenal.
  18. albo2002

    albo2002 New Member

    I understand there’ll be an announcement on arsenal web site later today.

    If it was a denial it would have happened already.

    New captain? Henry? Lehmann? Ermm .. Sol?
  19. johe

    johe New Member

    No, I'm not going to sulk. Players come and go, that's life. But I honestly don't believe for a second that Wenger will use another style of play if that's what you mean by 'the next level of football'. I think he will continue with two holding midfielders(one attacking and one defensive), attacking wingers with permission to cut in a move around freely in attack, and overlapping full-backs. In my opinion there is no one in the world who can orchestrate that whole game-plan as well as Vieira can. Sure, we could still win the league without him, stating otherwise would be silly, but we wont be back on the same level of football until we find someone who can do Vieira's job just as well. We could buy Xabi Alonso and play him alongside Gilbs or Edu, he's a player I like very much, and I hope Wenger rates him as well. I don't think Wenger would ever buy a pure attacking midfielder in the Veron mould or something like that.

    What do you believe is the next level of football?
  20. calvinngai88

    calvinngai88 New Member

    If what the reports are real, and Wenger do rate Maniche, and if he does get signed, no doubt he will play alongside with either Gilberto/Edu. Maniche isn't really that of defensive compared to Vieira, Xabi, Keane, etc. If he's signed, he does give a new dimension of long range shots from him, which isn't much of Arsenal's current style of playing (wingers cut in, through balls, shots from narrow angles, freekicks, lobs).

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