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The Three Stooges of Silent Stan
Discussion started by Merlion96 , 02 February, 2020 02:22
The Three Stooges of Silent Stan
Merlion96 02 February, 2020 02:22
The German was willing to listen to the offer, which would have seen him continue to take home a massive pay cheque, while Arteta gave the transfer the go-ahead. However, the Mirror’s report claims the 11th-hour offer gave Arsenal little time to work out the deal and they would not have been able to sign a replacement, so they ‘reluctantly’ pulled the plug.

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WTF!!! (Sm145)

The only reason I can think of that the Qatari club had made a derisory offer which did not met the valuation from those three stooges of Silent Stan; with their primary purpose is to protect the tight as a gnat ass wallet of Kroenke Family.

If Arteta gave the go-ahead why did those three stooges of Silent Stan stopped the sale?
Alternatively, Silent Stan had line up a lucrative offer to send Ozil to MLS during Jan 2021 Transfer Window?



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Re: The Three Stooges of Silent Stan
Boston Gooner 02 February, 2020 07:42
Merl,
Come summer I think we will shift him and I won't be that bothered if we do.
But for now I think it was right to keep him.
The offer was so late in the day we couldn't get a top replacement done in time.



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Re: The Three Stooges of Silent Stan
AJ The Gunner 02 February, 2020 09:38
Too late for a replacement. Wish he was sold though



Wenger Is Gone Now So Can We Be Allowed To Breathe Now???

Re: The Three Stooges of Silent Stan
goonerred 02 February, 2020 10:03
I wonder how Ozil will feel about that, maybe he won't give his best now...

Re: The Three Stooges of Silent Stan
Boston Gooner 02 February, 2020 10:19
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goonerred
I wonder how Ozil will feel about that, maybe he won't give his best now...

Very rarely does.



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Re: The Three Stooges of Silent Stan
goonerred 02 February, 2020 10:25
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Boston Gooner
Quote:
goonerred
I wonder how Ozil will feel about that, maybe he won't give his best now...

Very rarely does.
You might very well think that; I couldn't possibly comment



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Re: The Three Stooges of Silent Stan
Padre Pio 02 February, 2020 10:26
Quote:
Boston Gooner
Quote:
goonerred
I wonder how Ozil will feel about that, maybe he won't give his best now...

Very rarely does.



- until Wenger moves on, they'll always be the also-rans in the major competitions. A club in elite purgatory. Always good enough to make it to the big race, never fast or smart enough to push over the finish line in first place. That's all about the manager. Until he changes, Arsenal fans will continue to celebrate glorious failure.

Re: The Three Stooges of Silent Stan
Kalela 02 February, 2020 15:58
Should have sold him. I would have. Arteta must think really bad of Ceballos. 😂

Re: The Three Stooges of Silent Stan
Boston Gooner 02 February, 2020 16:27
Thought he had gone.
Didn't notice him today.



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Re: The Three Stooges of Silent Stan
goonerred 02 February, 2020 16:30
Quote:
Boston Gooner
Thought he had gone.
Didn't notice him today.
I saw him getting booked!!

Re: The Three Stooges of Silent Stan
goonerred 02 February, 2020 16:36
[twitter.com]

'Alexandre Lacazette's last Premier League goal away from home: 9th February 2019'

'Mesut Özil's last Premier League assist away from home: 30th January 2018'
Oh dear, terrible stats, says it all.

Re: The Three Stooges of Silent Stan
Boston Gooner 02 February, 2020 16:44
Quote:
goonerred
https://twitter.com/Squawka/status/1223983983198904321
'Alexandre Lacazette's last Premier League goal away from home: 9th February 2019'

'Mesut Özil's last Premier League assist away from home: 30th January 2018'
Oh dear, terrible stats, says it all.

Lots to do at this club yet to get back to top level.
Players to move on and top players to get in.
Need millions
Not sure Arteta will get it.



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Re: The Three Stooges of Silent Stan
goonerred 02 February, 2020 16:46
Quote:
Boston Gooner
Quote:
goonerred
https://twitter.com/Squawka/status/1223983983198904321
'Alexandre Lacazette's last Premier League goal away from home: 9th February 2019'

'Mesut Özil's last Premier League assist away from home: 30th January 2018'
Oh dear, terrible stats, says it all.

Lots to do at this club yet to get back to top level.
Players to move on and top players to get in.
Need millions
Not sure Arteta will get it.
I don't think we'll attract top players now, we'll have to bring on youth or talent spot.

Re: The Three Stooges of Silent Stan
Shane 02 February, 2020 19:18
Quote:
goonerred
https://twitter.com/Squawka/status/1223983983198904321
'Alexandre Lacazette's last Premier League goal away from home: 9th February 2019'

'Mesut Özil's last Premier League assist away from home: 30th January 2018'
Oh dear, terrible stats, says it all.

I remember having very long and silly debates with Tom about Ozil's assist record. When it was poor, he'd deflect attention by blaming Giroud for not scoring the chances that he sets up, which was fair because from time to time Giroud did miss a sitter.

But I always felt Ozil's assist record was a reflection on Ozil and nobody else and the fact he hasn't set up a goal away from home since Giroud left the club is a pretty big bit of proof.


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