Date: 12th February 2018 at 12:50pm

Back-Off Lacazette!!
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5 responses to “Back-Off Lacazette!!”

  1. Nicholas says:

    Give Lacazette a break. He may have missed scoring a late equaliser on sat but that does not mean he is a lousy player. Rememeber our new record signing Aubamayang is cup tied for europa league. We need to back Lacazette to score the goals to guide to a possible Europa league glory come May enroute to Champions league next season.
    When he does he will prove everyone who doubt his ability. Our former player and now a scumbbag Alexis can be major flop under Jose. I hope so he will be Traitor just like Cashley Cole Nazi Van Pussy

  2. Well said ah we name de gunners bloodclart

  3. Montyz (Mont-teez) says:

    Everyone is entitled to their opinion but I find some of the so-called informed comments way-off the mark. One of your interviewees even gave Cech “nil-points”… come on! Distribution was poor, but he kept us in the game; Elneny played well; Ozil missing again first half, better in the second after Mkhi went off. Both LACA & AUBA will be destroyed if we do not change our style to supply these guys with more oppotunities than we currently do.

  4. Paul may says:

    Harry Kane missed easier chances in that game

  5. Sid says:

    Hey Rob,
    I’m a Man Utd fan and wanted to give a neutral’s perspective. Laca is a striker and it’s a hard job. Strikers do need confidence to go out and play. If they feel that you’re not backing them then it does affect their performance. But that being said as a professional it’s up to him to get his confidence back. He’s got to keep his head down and keep working hard (which is probably what he’s doing right now).

    There’s no point in saying Wenger smashed his confidence. If that’s the case then it’s not Wenger’s fault. I don’t think Wenger bought him to smash his confidence, spending millions on him. You’ve got to be stronger as a player and prove it to your manager. Luke Shaw at Man Utd is a case in point.

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