Your Says of the Day: Wilshere move wrong; ‘good riddance’ Mario

Date published: Thursday 1st September 2016 12:45

Jack Wilshere: Poses with his new Bournemouth shirt

Jack Wilshere: Poses with his new Bournemouth shirt

Jack Wilshere’s loan to Bournemouth could come back to haunt Arsenal, while Liverpool fans rejoice over Mario Balotelli’s Nice exit.

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Wilshere could embarrass Arsenal

First,for all those who think that sending wilshere out on loan is a good decision. Let me just put it to you like this. If wilshere manages to stay fit the entire season, that will put an even bigger dent into Arsenal’s medical/fitness team.How the hell has he managed to do that at some other club, and not ours.

Secondly,how can you convince me Bournemouth is a better destination than Roma. Had he gone to italy,it’s a completely different exposure/experience there. Different league and a different culture. Would wenger want him to learn that or send him somewhere where he has already been. Also,in italy the training methods are different and more intense which can possibly make him more fitter.

thespecialone

N'Golo Kante: Impressive start to life at Chelsea

Oh, Arsenal

The player we should have bought is Kante who will make Chelsea a real threat this season. We all know we needed quality in defence and up front but had Mertesacker and Gabriel not been injured Wenger would not have bought Mustafi. We have paid double what he’s really worth and he isn’t a good signing.

Perez is one of those who will hardly play and then disappear in the same way Gervinho did. Leave it until that last minute you end up panic buying and that’s what Wenger has done. Look no further than Chelsea and Man City for the title with Manc Utd 3rd. We have a fight with The Spuds, Everton and Liverpool for 4th.

The Oracle

David Luiz: Made a surprise move back to Chelsea

Welcome home

Luiz has passion and the quality on the ball that Conte has been looking for from a centre back signing.

He has had a defensive mistake in him but I’m sure Conte is the man to help iron those out of him and the big plus this time around is that Luiz has Kante shielding him.

nine nine nine

Glad he is back, last time round he was just seen seen as some sort of comic character by our press, media oh and the wonderfully unbiased ex player pundits.

Yes he had his moments, what CB doesn’t with the way he plays the game, but his displays were way over analysed.

blue pylon

Mario Balotelli: Interested clubs lining up

Bye, bye Balotelli

It’s a shame we didn’t get any money for him. The list of teams who are willing to take a chance on him has been decimated since his time with us, because at least at City and the likes, he was scoring goals.

I don’t hold it against the club and I don’t hold it against Balotelli, the guy is clearly not right. Being taken into foster care at such a young age is going to have some effect on your character. All the people who grew up at home with both their natural parents probably don’t fully appreciate the lasting problems that would come with this scenario.

Anyway, he was awful for us as a player, I hear that he’s a disturbance to the squad but he does seem like a nice guy, so I’ll wish him luck but also, I’m glad that we moved him on.

I’m more bothered about us loaning Markovic out again. Klopp clearly doesn’t rate him, so could we not have gotten a fee for him? There can’t be too many years left on that contract now.

mr makaveli

Hard to think of a worse piece of business ever. I know some people say “carroll”, but at least he scored some goals and it was more about not fitting into Rodger’s system. Balotelli, thanks but no thanks. What a waste of air.

mac attack

Moussa Sissoko: Poses with a Spur shirt

Sissoko signs

A good signing, not sure if he’s worth £30m after a few good games at the Euros but he has everything we need. Pace, Power and strength. All in all a good window, we end it with a far stronger squad. We have a lot of games and I think Poch will be confident when it comes to rotating these players through the busy period.

lucksterk

Jose Mourinho: Thrilled with Rashford impact

Biggest whingers

my initial thought when reading the headline was Arsenal, but really what are we talking, whinging in general (1) or whinging about our own team (2) or whinging about other teams, refs and decisions etc? (3)

1) Man U
Liverpool
Arsenal

2) Arsenal
Manu U
Liverpool

3) Manu U
Chelsea
Liverpool

steveosnakeeyes

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