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Holding & Bellerin.
Discussion started by Boston Gooner , 11 August, 2019 21:53
Holding & Bellerin.
Boston Gooner 11 August, 2019 21:53
Unai Emery hopes to be able to welcome Hector Bellerin back to the Arsenal squad next month as Rob Holding prepares to step up his recovery from a knee injury for the club's Under-23 side on Monday night.

Arsenal had previously indicated that Bellerin would not be back in training until October but Emery offered a more optimistic assessment of the full-back's recovery.

Both players have been sidelined since midway through last season after damaging ligaments in their knees, Holding in a draw against Manchester United in December and Bellerin the following month against Chelsea.



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Re: Holding & Bellerin.
Flava 11 August, 2019 22:27
Excellent news

Re: Holding & Bellerin.
Ares 12 August, 2019 17:56
Does Bellerin Have Actual End Product

Re: Holding & Bellerin.
CazOnARola 12 August, 2019 18:06
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Ares
Does Bellerin Have Actual End Product
not much.
AMN is a better crosser, Bellerin rarely clears the first man. But Bellerin is much better in possession. Defensively Bellerin is supposed to be better but has been a liability for large periods in the past, 3 years.

Re: Holding & Bellerin.
Flava 12 August, 2019 18:10
Bellerin is quality

Re: Holding & Bellerin.
goonerred 12 August, 2019 18:42
I wonder if Bellerin will have lost some of his pace with this injury.

Re: Holding & Bellerin.
Gunnersingh1 12 August, 2019 22:44
Bellerin lost his pace before the injury.

We need a top RB next summer. Shame AWB went to Utd

Re: Holding & Bellerin.
CazOnARola 13 August, 2019 05:31
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Gunnersingh1
Bellerin lost his pace before the injury.
We need a top RB next summer. Shame AWB went to Utd
Yep he would have lost further. We need a top CB and a RB next window along with a Xhaka who can defend all and is quick enough to actually turn.

Re: Holding & Bellerin.
Boston Gooner 13 August, 2019 09:27
Smith-Rowe played the first half as Arsenal’s youngsters ran out 3-1 winners over Blackburn Rovers.

Another member of the first-team made his return in the game. Rob Holding featured for just over an hour and came through unscathed.



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Re: Holding & Bellerin.
Gooner Sod 14 August, 2019 19:55
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CazOnARola
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Gunnersingh1
Bellerin lost his pace before the injury.
We need a top RB next summer. Shame AWB went to Utd
Yep he would have lost further. We need a top CB and a RB next window along with a Xhaka who can defend all and is quick enough to actually turn.

Isn't that the point of buying Saliba? How many CB's do fans expect the club to buy? Not sure they'll be spending big in that position next summer if Holding returns with good form.

Re: Holding & Bellerin.
CazOnARola 15 August, 2019 03:11
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Gooner Sod
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CazOnARola
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Gunnersingh1
Bellerin lost his pace before the injury.
We need a top RB next summer. Shame AWB went to Utd
Yep he would have lost further. We need a top CB and a RB next window along with a Xhaka who can defend all and is quick enough to actually turn.

Isn't that the point of buying Saliba? How many CB's do fans expect the club to buy? Not sure they'll be spending big in that position next summer if Holding returns with good form.
A replacement for chambers and mavropanos who can push Holding to the bench. We have to wait and watch. I don't think he is a top quality CB. He is just good, not great.
Saliba we won't know until he plays here


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