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Whats going on with players going into Jack with crunching tackles, aimed at breaking his legs. West Ham's Collinson,no doubt under instruction from that fat brainless f..k Alladyse, to maim our play maker, goes in, not for the ball, but directly at his ankles, and the game is barely 5 minutes old. Why is there no protection for him. Its obvious some don't like him, by the number of heavy tackles he's taking each game. It will come as no surprise, if he is taken out once and for all, the way things are going. Wenger better start screaming about it(like SAF) now before its too bloody late, and we lose another to the hatchet men who cant handle him..Or Arsenal
Typical 'Eric' flapping more like.
Why should i answer your latest daft question posed merely to divert attention from the facts on Gervinho and Chamakh, where i made you look every bit as stupid as when you loudly voiced that Van Persie is NOT 'world class'?
That said,i will answer.
I don't know how long ANY individual player will take to settle properly into any new enviroment. How could i?
Everyone is different.
You know.......it feels like i am constantly bashing you glory boys brains with a cricket bat.
That MUST hurt.
Much SMUG love Eric.
Much SMUG love.
It's always the same with you Pixie.
You've made some ludicrous statements about how long players need to bed in, and when you're shown up about it, it seems to be about me 'saving face'.
When do you expect Podolski, Giroud, Cazorla, Santos, etc to be bedded in? 2015?
Gervinho, started well then left for the ACN in December 2011, returning in February 2012 after his side reached the final, losing on penalties. Wenger commented at the time that Gervinho was suffering from fatigue.
Season 2012-2013, appearances have been sporadic with periods of injury,9 Prem starts and 3 goals. Now away, at the ACN and doing rather well...
Writes 'Eric'..........trying awfully hard to save face.
Half a seasons worth of 'starts' in the Prem. Followed by 11 appearances, mostly as sub, the whole of the next season.
Yeah......Chamakh is fully up to speed.
1. I hope Dan Potts makes a full and fast recovery.
2. If Allardyce can offer a player a lesson in growing a pair and building them up to play a more physical game, then I would be happy that Chamakh may learn something...
IMO 'they' are not trying to break his legs, I doubt there have been many intentional leg breaks in professional football, apart from Keane on Haaland, I think most would have enough professional respect for one another that it would never get that far.
Wilshire is always likely to receive hard challenges, he and Cazorla are you most creative players, stop them and your creative options are limited. Wilshire is also pretty combative, he makes whole hearted challenges regularly and puts himself in the thick of the action, which is what so many people admire in him, He could have been sent off for the Kompany incident last week, IMO he was in the wrong. He's a special talent, who IMO should have the next England squad built round him.