Pierre Aubameyang

Discussion in 'Transfer forum' started by MihaiCity, 12 Feb 2013.

  1. The slaughtered lamb

    The slaughtered lamb

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    I like Aubameyang but feel we play better with a single striker. In that case we'd have Aguero, Jesus and Auba competing for the one position. Sanchez the more flexible option for me.
     
  2. MCFC_4Heatons

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    Counter argument is Auba offers raw pace and aerial threat thus a different dimension/option. Since Dzeko left and Bony tuned out to be sh*t for us we've had no plan B/different approach. Auba has and can play wide or centrally.
     
  3. The slaughtered lamb

    The slaughtered lamb

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    Yes, I've seen him play on the right a couple of times but he's essentially a striker. I'm not sure the aerial threat is favoured by Pep, though you could say Lewandowski provided that at Bayern, so maybe. He isn't a player I'd baulk at having by any means, I just think Sanchez probably fits better.
     
  4. MCFC_4Heatons

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    I think ur right, Pep seems to favour one way of playing, imo when we're in the last 10/15 mins and struggling to break a team down I'd like to see a different approach sometime but Peps very stubborn and adament that he'll stick to his pholosophy/way.
     
  5. Manchester_lalala

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    He wasn't like that at Bayern.
     
  6. Rammyblues

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    If my maths are correct and I have to say they are usually incorrect but we seem to have two foreign spots and a homegrown spot available. Wouldnt mind this guy Sanchez and an British type player be better if it was VVD and Sanchez and let JFE go to Leicester/Arsenal. Just my opinion.
     
  7. MCFC_4Heatons

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    Im convinced VVD would ensure we win the PL, imo a CB that has everything... If Kompany gets a long-term injury I would be very worried. Doesn't seem as though we're in for VVD though.
     
  8. Marvin

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    Fallen out with Dortmund and Dortmund in danger of CL elimination. Not keen on him, but I could see him moving to the Premier League in January.
     
  9. BJL_City

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    well Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal will all need strikers, would they pay the fee for a disruptive influence? Probably only Chelsea.
     
  10. SWP's back

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    He’s lost some pace.
     

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