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  1. Samuel Akinsola Adebosin
    07/07/2019

    Apart of the Gunners who have already left Arsenal at the end of last season, it’s quite obvious that us Gooners will soon be saying byebye to more Gunners who’ll also leave the club too during this current summer transfer window. And some new player signings will obviously takes place at Arsenal this summer for us Gooners to welcome them to the Emirates Stadium.

    But since us Gooners are not at the club nor are us privy to any inside informations at the club concerning Arsenal transfers this summer, to say or predict with pinpoint accuracy who the Gunners at the club will be leaving the club again to the transfer market this summer. And who the new players that Arsenal will sign this summer will be apart of the 18 year old Brazilian Gabriele Martinelli that they have already signed this summer. Us Gooners’ Arsenal wish outgoing player transfers and incoming player signings is largely based on the average or poor performance some Gunners have had for Arsenal last season on the outgoing side. But this bad form which some Gunners had for the club last season could change next season that could see these Gunners in exhilarating form for the club. Because bad form in previous season could change to good form in the season that followed. But it’s aging or old age that can’t change to young age. Therefore, the Arsenal hierarchy bosses have some decisions on their hands to make for the club this summer regarding the numbers of the on the fringe Gunners at the club that they’ll want to see leave. And the big earners at the club who were mostly in average or bad form for Arsenal last season that they will also want to see leave the club too this summer.

    Do Arsenal transfer rumours in the media count, since it is only 3% of the 100 plus new players they predicted per season Arsenal will sign and sell do come true successfully? Well, what can us Gooners do or say other than to be reading the Arsenal summer transfer rumours as they are being published in the media. But use our common sense in addition to our Arsenal Knowledge and experience to agree or disagree with the media on which Gunners are likely or unlikely to be sold this summer by the club. And which new players the club will sign and not sign this summer.

    In this wise, I think the generality of the Gunners will not disagree with Arsenal if they succeed to offload Monreal, Mkhitaryan to the transfer market for sales this summer hoping they’ll get good buyers for them. Or as being insunuated in the media, Monreal left on expired deal.

    Three senior Gunners on Arsenal’s book in Petr Cech, the long serving Aaron Ramsey and Danny Welbeck have left the club last season. And if Arsenal offloads 2 to 3 senior Gunners this summer to the transfer market for sales and succeeded to sell them off, but will they sign up to 5 or 6 new top quality players this summm as replacements to the 5 or 6 senior Gunners who have left the club or are envisaged to leave the club this summer? And will Arsenal actualise the signings of William Saliba and Kieran Tierney this summer? But if they sign those 2 who are defenders, which defender in the squad will they offload to make room for one of Saliba and Tierney to come in into the squad if they are signed? That’s assuming the believes in some Gooners quarters materialise to see Monreal leaves Arsenal this summer. But does Arsenal need to do a top quality striker signing this summer? Of course they need to do one as a matter of necessity. But will they sell Aubameyang this summer to finance the new top quality striker signing identified and marked for signing this summer? The new top quality striker signing who can guarantee scoring over 20 PL game winning goals and 15 direct assisted goals for Arsenal next season? If so, Arsenal may go ahead to sell the 30 year old Aubameyang this summer for a substantial sum of money to finance the new young striker signing. But that’s assuming there is a fund available at the club to sign Wilfred Zaha from Crystal Palace as direct replacement to Auba’ at the inside-right wing.

  2. Samuel Akinsola Adebosin
    07/07/2019

    Apart of the Gunners who have already left Arsenal at the end of last season, it’s quite obvious that us Gooners will soon be saying byebye to more Gunners who’ll also leave the club too during this current summer transfer window. And some new player signings will obviously takes place at Arsenal this summer for us Gooners to welcome them to the Emirates Stadium.

    But since us Gooners are not at the club nor are us privy to any inside informations at the club concerning Arsenal transfers this summer, to say or predict with pinpoint accuracy who the Gunners at the club are who will be leav the club to the transfer market this summer. And who the new players who Arsenal will sign this summer will be apart of the 18 year old Brazilian Gabriele Martinelli that they have already signed this summer. Us Gooners’ Arsenal outgoing player transfers and incoming player signings wish is largely based on the average or poor performance that us have seen some Gunners have performed for Arsenal last season on the outgoing side. But this bad form which some Gunners have had for the club last season could change next season to see these Gunners in exhilarating form for the club. Because bad form in previous season could change to top form in the season that followed. But it’s aging or old age that can’t change to young age. Therefore, the Arsenal hierarchy bosses have some decisions on their hands to make for the club this summer regarding the numbers of the on the fringe Gunners at the club who they’ll want to see leave. And the big earners at the club who were mostly in average or bad form for Arsenal last season that they will also want to see leave the club too this summer.

    Do Arsenal transfer rumours in the media counts, since it is only 3% of the 100 plus new players they predicted per season that Arsenal will sign and sell do come true successfully? Well, what can us Gooners do or say other than to be reading the Arsenal summer transfer rumours as they are being published in the media. But use our common sense in addition to our Arsenal Knowledge and experience to agree or disagree with the media on which Gunners are likely or unlikely to be sold this summer by the club. And which new players the club will sign and not sign this summer.

    In this wise, I think the generality of the Gooners will not disagree with Arsenal if they succeed to offload Monreal and Mkhitaryan to the transfer market for sales this summer, hoping they’ll get good buyers for them. Or as being insunuated in the media, Monreal left on expired deal.

    Three senior Gunners on Arsenal’s book in Petr Cech, the long serving Aaron Ramsey and Danny Welbeck have left the club last season. And if Arsenal offloads 2 to 3 senior Gunners this summer to the transfer market for sales and succeeded to sell them off, but will they sign up to 5 or 6 new top quality players this summm as replacements to the 5 or 6 senior Gunners who have left the club or are envisaged to leave the club this summer? And will Arsenal actualise the signings of William Saliba and Kieran Tierney this summer? But if they sign those 2 who are defenders, which defender in the squad will they offload to make room for one of Saliba and Tierney to come in into the squad if they are signed? That’s assuming the believes in some Gooners quarters materialise to see Monreal leaves Arsenal this summer. But does Arsenal need to do a top quality striker signing this summer? Of course they need to do one as a matter of necessity. But will they sell Aubameyang this summer to finance the new top quality striker signing who they’ve identified and marked down for signing this summer? The new top quality striker signing who can guarantee scoring over 20 PL game winning goals and 15 direct assisted goals for Arsenal next season? If so, Arsenal may go ahead to sell the 30 year old Aubameyang this summer for a substantial sum of money to finance the new young striker signing. But that’s assuming there is a fund available at the club to sign Wilfred Zaha from Crystal Palace as direct replacement to Auba’ at the inside-right wing.

  3. nicky
    07/07/2019

    Samuel,
    Today’s lengthy effort from you timed at 3.02 was repeated at 3.34. Why?
    I’m sure many of us following Untold enjoy your posts, but is it really necessary to repeat every one.

  4. Gord
    08/07/2019

    Nicky

    There may be people who enjoy SAA’s posts; I am not one of them. I have almost never read one of his posts. He cannot find any reasonable way to either write things correct enough on the first pass that he cannot overwrite things, or find a way to correct things which takes minimal space.

    For me, SAA is a complete waste of time; and I seldom read sentences from what he posts, let alone the entire article.

  5. Brickfields Gunners
    08/07/2019

    PARDON MY FRENCH

    When Charles de Gaulle decided to retire from public life, the British ambassador and his wife threw a gala dinner party in his honor.

    At the dinner table, the Ambassador’s wife was talking with Madame de Gaulle:

    “Your husband has been such a prominent public figure, such a presence on the French and international scene for so many years! How quiet retirement will seem in comparison? What are you most looking forward to in these retirement years?”

    “Hard penis! Just hard penis!” replied Madame de Gaulle.

    A huge hush fell over the table.

    Everyone heard her answer…… and no one knew what to say next.

    Le Grand Charles leaned over to his wife and said:

    “Ma cherie, I believe English pronounce the word as , “Happiness…!'”

  6. nicky
    08/07/2019

    @Gord,
    Agree entirely with what you say.
    I was trying to be polite and let the guy down gently.

  7. Menace
    08/07/2019

    Gord
    08/07/2019 at 4:22 am

    I’m with you on this one.

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