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  1. Andrew Elder
    27/07/2018

    I agree he does look like a good prospect. He seem’s to have slotted in very quickly and with great confidence for someone so young. It looks like Emery is taking a long term approach (probably forced to due to lack of funds) by wanting to develop some of the talented youngsters into first team regulars. If players like, Maitland-Niles, Reiss Nelson, Nketiah and Smith Rowe make it, I’m sure it would make Arsene Wenger proud as he was the architect of the project and should be given some credit.

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  2. nicky
    27/07/2018

    As long as he isn’t sent out on loan “in order to gain more experience”.
    Let him continue to progress in his trade at the Ems, the Arsenal Way. 😉

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  3. Andy Mack
    27/07/2018

    All the youngsters looked good in the pre-season games so far.
    But it is the most important part of the season for them when they really need to shine in front of the manager if they have any hope of seeing any first team game time in the coming season, or as a shop window for any loan moves. So their year to-date has been arranged with the sole intention of hitting peak form for these games.
    Matteo has been impressive but not as much as Nelson and ESR (to a lesser extent Eddie), but they’ll all go back to the U23s with the possibility of some TinPot Cup games and the odd game on the beach.
    Lets hope they don’t have a few poor games to get the aaa on their back/s.

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  4. Rohan Nurse
    27/07/2018

    He looks a quality player and proves that there is value in having scouts. In this era lots of people want household names but very often these players come with baggage and don’t set the world alight. Millions are spent on scouting networks and its always great when a gem is unearthed. Keep up the good work Grimandi.

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  5. Tony Attwood
    27/07/2018

    I’ve been pushing the notion that we will have at least two if not three teams this season – one for home games, one more defensive for away to ensure our away form improves on last season, and one for the easy cup games. If nothing else I think these youngsters will get some easier cup games, and maybe one or two home games in the league against lower opposition.

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  6. nicky
    27/07/2018

    Tony, if that means more of our youngsters staying at the Ems, rather than learning non-Arsenal ways out on loan, I’m all for it.
    The more teams we produce, the more games ALL our players will play. 😉

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  7. Mario
    27/07/2018

    Let’s trust on him gouendozi since he chooses to play for us I think he will bring his mind to show the potentials in him, if emry can give our young players more physical training and I hope they can do well like IWOBI, GOUENDOZI, WILLOCK, NILES, NELSON, AND NKIETA THOSE players are future ballers that can fit in tomorrow and because more valuable to the team

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