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WIllock & Smith-Rowe vs Cantwell, Russell Mount & Harry Winks
Discussion started by Merlion96 , 02 December, 2019 10:46
WIllock & Smith-Rowe vs Cantwell, Russell Mount & Harry Winks
Merlion96 02 December, 2019 10:46
Look at the development of Cantwell vs WIllock.

Cantwell is the dynamo that drove the team forward and always around to press Arsenal player (together with McClean).

Both Russell Mount and Harry Winks had developed into regular senior players.

WIllock? Smith-Rowe?
None of them can hold a candle to Cantwell, let alone Mount and Winks.

Whatever happening to our youth development scheme since Fabregas made that break-through.

Rest of them thereafter - Wilshere, Coquelin, OX, Walcott, and even Ramsey are flops or just hit-and-miss and none of them ever reached the standard of Fabregas.

So much for Wenger Wunderkind - all gleam and glitzy and no substance.

Willock?
Just mediocre compared to Cantwell.



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Re: WIllock & Smith-Rowe vs Cantwell, Russell Mount & Harry Winks
CazOnARola 02 December, 2019 14:47
Wilshere was top class. It was his work ethic and injuries. Ramsey is still top class, one of the best B2B on abilities, just never stays fit. Could easily be the broken leg and remodeled fractures from that which just keep causing soft tissue injuries.

As for current youth, Saka and Martinelli are good, fast are below average.


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