Alexis Sanchez

Discussion in 'Transfer forum' started by MegaBlue, 3 May 2016.

  1. SWP's back

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    Mail today saying Arsenal have ended their interest in Lemar and will again try and take Sterling in a swap deal in January.

    I’m not sure why they think we’d reject that deal when Sanchez was worth more in the summer but accept it in January given Sterling’s excellent form. Nor why Sterling would suddenly wanted to sign for a manager that has labelled him a cheat. As the question goes, what are they smoking at the Emirates?
     
  2. vmsuhail

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    Also to mention that Sterling is going to get an improved contract with us , as per reports.
     
  3. The Fat el Hombre

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    Ha. It pretty much is that simple really ^
     
  4. TonyM

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    It amazes me that journalists and newspapers are not sued more often for obviously made up crap. I probably sound like a loon or worse still a Trump supporter now but there should be some independent legal entity that fact checks news agencies to help prevent "fake news". Long before the term was common place we knew it existed in sports journalism and it is damaging. I'd love to see some journalists go to jail for just making shit up. It's got the ring of a fairy tale ending to it.
     
  5. City are the only ones who could actually play without a recognised striker though and that does give us a distinct advantage. We also have 4 scores in the PL top 10 and 3 in the top 10 assists whilst no other team has more than one in either list, which suggests we are not totally dependent on a ‘main man’ as the rest of the teams seem to be.
     
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  7. Dribble

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    This is about a world class player who adds strength to our depth, is in the prime of his career, who enables us to rest & rotate key players without an appreciable drop in performance, & is going cheap in today's crazy over inflated market.

    Notwithstanding all of this, the player knows the PL, he also knows Pep & more importantly, Pep knows the player & what our squad needs.

    As I've maintained all along, I'm struggling to see any negatives with Sanchez to City.
     
  8. squirtyflower

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    I'd give it up.
    There's a few so entrenched in the view that they won't change. They're not here to discuss they're here to brow beat.
    They're the boors in the corner of the pub you try to engage with them end up leaving well alone, on their own.
     
  9. Franknorgrovesnephew

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    Clueless journalism again today,why the fuck would we swap sterling for Sanchez,we wasn't going to last transfer window and we 100% aint going to do it in any other window.plus sterling now knows what a twat wenger really is with all the accusations about the lad
     
  10. Tom_mcfc

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    Then all this is down to how you perceive downing tools. You go to the extreme of pissing off for 6 months playing golf, my downing tools is a world class player who is playing nowhere near his ability, cant think of a dip in form he has had at Arsenal to this extent. Then again he hasn't had to throw his toys out of the pram until now..............

    Again, despite whatever reasons making him perform this way why would you want to sign a player playing so poorly?
     

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