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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by J-Axe
    I agree with you on that. Senderos should go as well - he's disgracing the no.6 shirt.
    And the Captain armband.

  2. #22
    Quote Originally Posted by pt89
    senderos was in top form on season 05/06 but now hes crap.hes worse than kaboul
    but maybe nordtveit will take a chance
    Nordtveit is the future.

    I wish Wenger would make a loan deal for a quality CB for the rest of this year. It's what we need the most.

  3. #23
    Lehmann To Dortmund A Done Deal Reports from Germany claim that the transfer of goalkeeper Jens Lehmann from Arsenal to Dortmund is a done deal.

    Bild' are reporting that 38 year old Lehmann has given the Bundesliga a positive response to their contract offer.

    "All things between us and Lehmann have now been agreed and we are in constant contact" revealed Dortmund manager Michael Zorc to Bild.

    A return to the Bundesliga is just dependent on his signature on the contract.

    A few small details and formalities have to be completed.

    "They have nothing to do with BVB, we are all in financial agreement" Zorc added.

    The move will end Lehmann's spell as second-choice keeper at Arsenal after he lost his place to Manuel Almunia.

    Lehmann is not even part of the squad for Arsenal's League Cup semi-final first-leg tie with London rivals Tottenham tonight.

    Reports earlier in the week suggested that sections of the Dortmund fans were unhappy about the signing, but the BVB bosses appear to have got their man.

  4. #24
    He's a much improved Keeper since Dortmund last had him. They should be happy if the deal goes through.

  5. #25
    ben arfa would be a great signing...but it seems more likely this dmitrov character will be the left winger we sign. diarra cant go. period. would be extroardinarily dumb to allow him to leave he just needs to quit bitching and take a step out of flaminis book.

    a new center half to replace senderos would be ideal...he and djourou both looked awful today, id rather see gilberto paired with gallas then eithe rof them. unexpected positive= hoyte looks good

  6. #26
    Hoyte was good and always has been good.

    He plays with great maturity and I'm sure will develop into a really great Defender. He didn't look out of place at CB tonight either, just one stupid error with dribbling the ball into Spurs danger area. Other than that he was sound. Positionally, technically and physically better than the other two.

    He provides good backup to Sagna now.

    Eboué has moved into Midfield but has gone down a slippery slope and for me Hoyte is more dependable backup to Sagna.

  7. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by J-Axe
    Surprised Matt Connolly left. He looked promising.
    I thought he was highly rated by Arsenal.Captain of the reserves wasn't he?

  8. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by Steely Hill
    Quote Originally Posted by J-Axe
    We need a Defender, not a Midfielder.

    An extra Striker wouldn't be a bad idea, particularly that young African that Wenger is looking at.
    David Banda?

    Only just spotted this!

  9. #29
    No go on the Modric rumor.

    Modric Disappointed About Tranfer Embargo Luka Modric has expressed his dismay and disappointment after being refused a transfer in the January transfer window by Dinamo Zagreb and now says he will leave in the summer.

  10. #30
    - Djourou has a groin problem, reoccurrence from his days at Birmingham.
    - Senderos, a little mid-knee ligament problem.

    With that said, Gilberto will probably not be sold. And apparently Sagna can also play up the middle.

    On another note. More news on Diarra.

    Newcastle Agree £5.5m Diarra Deal - Report A report in The Sun claims that Newcastle United have reached an agreement with Arsenal over the transfer of Lassana Diarra. However, they have yet to convince the player.

    Diarra, 22, has made no secret of his desire to leave Arsenal in search of regular football after being benched in favour of Mathieu Flamini and Cesc Fabregas, despite Wenger's suggestion that he should stay on and fight.

    Newcastle have emerged as the latest club interested in him, and have reportedly agreed a £5.5million deal with Arsenal for the French international.

    However, they have yet to get the player to agree to a four year deal worth £35,000-a-week, as Diarra is more keen on a move to Tottenham.

    Juande Ramos sees Diarra as his defensive lynch pin, but Spurs have yet to strike an agreement with Arsenal, who are obviously more keen on a deal with the Toons.

    A January move, however, is looking near certain now, particularly after he was left out of the Carling Cup semi-final squad so he could be available in Cup competitions.

    Tottenham are, of course, still involved in the Carling Cup, while both they and Spurs have FA Cup third round replays lined up for next week.

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