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Aubameyang tells Sky Sports he wants to leave a legacy
Discussion started by Boston Gooner , 24 September, 2020 16:22
Aubameyang tells Sky Sports he wants to leave a legacy
Boston Gooner 24 September, 2020 16:22

Re: Aubameyang tells Sky Sports he wants to leave a legacy
TheReMarkable 24 September, 2020 16:34
Nice read. There is no way he would be staying if emery was still manager. It’s a big win for the psyche of the club too, to start holding onto our best players. The numbers indicate he’s been the best forward in the prem since Jan 2018 so this a massive statement. You would also hope it helps people like Partey, Auour etc be more attracted to arsenal.

Re: Aubameyang tells Sky Sports he wants to leave a legacy
Boston Gooner 24 September, 2020 17:41
Quote:
TheReMarkable
Nice read. There is no way he would be staying if emery was still manager. It’s a big win for the psyche of the club too, to start holding onto our best players. The numbers indicate he’s been the best forward in the prem since Jan 2018 so this a massive statement. You would also hope it helps people like Partey, Auour etc be more attracted to arsenal.

Hopefully it will help with those signings.

One thing is clear though without Arteta we would have been in the shite.



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Re: Aubameyang tells Sky Sports he wants to leave a legacy
mapleleafgooner 24 September, 2020 17:41
He can enhance his Arsenal legacy by scoring the winner against Liverpool this coming Monday.


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