Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Is Wenger making a big mistake by ignoring Olivier Giroud?

Arsenal’s main problem since past 5 seasons has been that they haven’t replaced Robin Van Persie yet, since he left Arsenal to win trophies at Manchester United. They’ve signed quite a few strikers to fill in that void left by their former Captain but hardly anyone was able to make an impact such as Van Persie.

Wenger signed Giroud to help his cause and to lead the Arsenal’s attack, if anyone would go by the statistics of Olivier Giroud at Arsenal then he’d feel that he’s a prolific striker but that isn’t the case so, not for the Arsenal fans at least.

Giroud’s main problem is that he misses quite a lot chances and that has costed Arsenal quite a lot over the last few seasons. Arsenal have been so hugely reliant on the big French in past four seasons that an Arsenal attack without him is unimaginable.

Now, Wenger went in the transfer market this season and did some shopping to make Arsenal title contenders again. He bought in Lucas Perez to solve the strikers problem. It was good to see that finally he has noticed the problem and sorted, having 2 main strikers is necessary for a team who’s a potential title challenger.

Giroud had a setback at the start of the season with a toe injury, Theo Walcott and Alex Iwobi took over from him the attacking duties and haven’t disappointed yet. Walcott has been looking rejuvenated and is looking to prove a point and Iwobi has been a real revelation. Lucas Perez still hasn’t had enough chances but in all of this Wenger has frozen out Giroud.

Giroud has been ignored by Wenger and if the whispers are to believed, a toe injury which wasn’t very serious has now gone about almost 2 months and yet there seem to be no sign of him getting back, he hasn’t even been training with the squad.

Freezing out Giroud, if that really is happening could really come and haunt Wenger as he can’t rely on Walcott who has made a habit of doing good for a short while and then either getting injured or lose his way. It’ll also be sheer stupidity from the Frenchman to put everything upon a teenager and player whom he has recently bought as a second striker.

Giroud even if misfires at times still gives Arsenal a lot and at times is bound to some unfair criticism from the Arsenal faithfuls who look to find a scapegoat in their club’s dismal performances at times.

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Wenger really needs to think a lot on this issue because season has just yet started and sometime soon he’ll need Giroud to lead the line.

Arsenal’s main problem since past 5 seasons has been that they haven’t replaced Robin Van Persie yet, since he left Arsenal to win trophies at Manchester United. They’ve signed quite a few strikers to fill in that void left by their former Captain but hardly anyone was able to make an impact such as Van Persie.

Wenger signed Giroud to help his cause and to lead the Arsenal’s attack, if anyone would go by the statistics of Olivier Giroud at Arsenal then he’d feel that he’s a prolific striker but that isn’t the case so, not for the Arsenal fans at least.

Giroud’s main problem is that he misses quite a lot chances and that has costed Arsenal quite a lot over the last few seasons. Arsenal have been so hugely reliant on the big French in past four seasons that an Arsenal attack without him is unimaginable.

Now, Wenger went in the transfer market this season and did some shopping to make Arsenal title contenders again. He bought in Lucas Perez to solve the strikers problem. It was good to see that finally he has noticed the problem and sorted, having 2 main strikers is necessary for a team who’s a potential title challenger.

Giroud had a setback at the start of the season with a toe injury, Theo Walcott and Alex Iwobi took over from him the attacking duties and haven’t disappointed yet. Walcott has been looking rejuvenated and is looking to prove a point and Iwobi has been a real revelation. Lucas Perez still hasn’t had enough chances but in all of this Wenger has frozen out Giroud.

Giroud has been ignored by Wenger and if the whispers are to believed, a toe injury which wasn’t very serious has now gone about almost 2 months and yet there seem to be no sign of him getting back, he hasn’t even been training with the squad.

Freezing out Giroud, if that really is happening could really come and haunt Wenger as he can’t rely on Walcott who has made a habit of doing good for a short while and then either getting injured or lose his way. It’ll also be sheer stupidity from the Frenchman to put everything upon a teenager and player whom he has recently bought as a second striker.

Giroud even if misfires at times still gives Arsenal a lot and at times is bound to some unfair criticism from the Arsenal faithfuls who look to find a scapegoat in their club’s dismal performances at times.

Wenger really needs to think a lot on this issue because season has just yet started and sometime soon he’ll need Giroud to lead the line.

Arsenal’s main problem since past 5 seasons has been that they haven’t replaced Robin Van Persie yet, since he left Arsenal to win trophies at Manchester United. They’ve signed quite a few strikers to fill in that void left by their former Captain but hardly anyone was able to make an impact such as Van Persie.

Wenger signed Giroud to help his cause and to lead the Arsenal’s attack, if anyone would go by the statistics of Olivier Giroud at Arsenal then he’d feel that he’s a prolific striker but that isn’t the case so, not for the Arsenal fans at least.

Giroud’s main problem is that he misses quite a lot chances and that has costed Arsenal quite a lot over the last few seasons. Arsenal have been so hugely reliant on the big French in past four seasons that an Arsenal attack without him is unimaginable.

Now, Wenger went in the transfer market this season and did some shopping to make Arsenal title contenders again. He bought in Lucas Perez to solve the strikers problem. It was good to see that finally he has noticed the problem and sorted, having 2 main strikers is necessary for a team who’s a potential title challenger.

Giroud had a setback at the start of the season with a toe injury, Theo Walcott and Alex Iwobi took over from him the attacking duties and haven’t disappointed yet. Walcott has been looking rejuvenated and is looking to prove a point and Iwobi has been a real revelation. Lucas Perez still hasn’t had enough chances but in all of this Wenger has frozen out Giroud.

Giroud has been ignored by Wenger and if the whispers are to believed, a toe injury which wasn’t very serious has now gone about almost 2 months and yet there seem to be no sign of him getting back, he hasn’t even been training with the squad.

Freezing out Giroud, if that really is happening could really come and haunt Wenger as he can’t rely on Walcott who has made a habit of doing good for a short while and then either getting injured or lose his way. It’ll also be sheer stupidity from the Frenchman to put everything upon a teenager and player whom he has recently bought as a second striker.

Giroud even if misfires at times still gives Arsenal a lot and at times is bound to some unfair criticism from the Arsenal faithfuls who look to find a scapegoat in their club’s dismal performances at times.

Wenger really needs to think a lot on this issue because season has just yet started and sometime soon he’ll need Giroud to lead the line.

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