Anybody still believe Arsenal don’t have the best squad in the EPL?
November 16, 2010
We learn this afternoon that both John Terry and Alex will be missing until next year for Chavski, so who do this “Billionaire” owned club have as back-up?
Full-backs? Surely not!
Been years since I was this convinced about us not only winning some silverware, but maybe 2, 3 or even all 4 pieces of silverware on offer this season.
In the Premiership, Chavs will always be strong with the first eleven, behind that they are mid-table, Manure? don’t make me laugh, they grind out the results, but that does not last forever, talent will always win through, and they don’t have any.
That leaves City.. I’ll leave that one there.
Slowly but surely we have got our first team squad at 90-95% capacity with the likes of just Rambo and Tommy V still sidelined, although the Diaby situation does not look that good either… but there is still hope after some tests late last week that were positive according to AW last Friday at his presser.
The Premiership is seriously ours to lose this season.
We need to be leading by 4 or 5 points come January, as the transfer window will surely force United and Chavski to spend… Wellington aside, and maybe another CB if TV5 is not ready or looking likely to be, I doubt we shall be buying, not that I think we need to.
Barca and PSV announced they had agreed the transfer of Ibrahim Affelay for the Jan window… a lot of noise about this scuppering the Cesc move… does Affelay not play more as a winger as opposed to a CM playmaker?
Europe wide.. who our challengers?
Barca, like Chavski have a blinding first eleven, but I don’t see great back up.. a few injuries and that could be that for them in the CL.
Real Madrid and that Jose fella look mighty dangerous, they do have a squad, and will no doubt spend more in Jan… oh how I would love a CL battle with them this season.
A chance for Wenger to finally have a side in full flow ready to take out Jose.
Belive me, as this season kicks into proper gear after Xmas… this Arsenal side can and will only get better.
They are growing into their stride, the experience of the challenge in 2008 should set them in good stead.
The CL defeats to Barca and Manure in recent years will also have that experience factor kicking us into the groove.
This… is going to be a monstrous season for The Arsenal.
Make no mistake about it… we are back!