Joer wrote:What kind of joke club has three right backs?
I'm looking forward to next season, I really hope with Debuchy starting he proves he's good enough, rather than just playing because of his age. Bellerin did really well last season so deserves his shot if it comes again. Although i'm more than happy for Jenkinson to play since I love him like he loves Arsenal.
I imagine one of Bellerin and Jenkinson will go on loan and Debuchy gets his place back.
From a lot of rumours and newspaper gossip it sounds like west ham want to sign him permanently.Sounds like a good move for him really .
PaperMacheMarIo wrote:Hold up, what are Jamaica doing in the Copa America?
EDIT: Mexico are in too. Don't worry.
It's due to it being a 12 team tournament for a confederation made up of only 10 team they invite 2 teams from another confederation to join. The 2 extra have always been from North America except for on one occasion in which Japan took part.
A few years ago we were relying on Podolski and throwing money at Walcott to stay. Now Podolski has not been missed on loan and won't be seen in an Arsenal shirt again, and we're playing hardball with Walcott on the contract situation because he's no longer the big name at the club. How those players fortunes have changed - and they're not Chamakh or Denilson level players, they're both established internationals (one's a World Cup winner!) - is irrefutable proof of the progress made.
I'd presume Irene is referring to the lack of improvement when it comes to the league and Europe. It's nice for Arsenal fans to have won the FA Cup back to back, but I think it's fairly obvious the club didn't splash out the money on Ozil and Sanchez to only win FA Cups.
Teams for the England U21 game at 5pm.
With Englands recent record at the tournament and Sweden coming from a goal down with ten men against Italy, I'm apprehensive about their chances to say the least.