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Re: Emery will never win a title with Arsenal FC
Posted by: Merlin96
Date: 26/05/2018 09:16
Yes, we must be ready to pounce when those teams are fully focused on CL Cup.

The advantage of playing Europa Cup is that we can field two teams in the early rounds, giving our reserves and youngsters a run out with senior team fully focused on league football.

Look at our current 25-man squad with at least 12 of them homegrown players to EUFA Rule:

1 - Cech
2 - Ospina
3 - #1 Macey
4 - #2 Bellerin

5 - Koscielny
6 - Mustafi
7 - Monreal
8 - Kolasinac
9 - #3 Chambers
10- #4 Holding

11- Mavropanos
12- Ozil
13- Mkhitaryan
14- #5 Ramsey
15- Xhaka
16- Elneny
17- #6 Wilshere
18- #7 Maitland-Niles

19- Aubameyang
20- Lacazette
21- #8 Welbeck
22- #9 Iwobi
23- #10 Nketiah

24- #11 homegrown player?
25- #12 homegorwn player?

If Wilshere, Ramsey, Welbeck and Chambers are to leave, we will struggle to fill our quota of 1 2no. homegrown players in Europa Cup squad.

In current squad, we still have 2 spots for hoemgrown players which can be filled by Nelson, Joe Willock and even Ben Sheaf.

I see us buying British players - maybe one or two bargains like Jonny Evans or even sign Luke Shaw from ManU?

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