How Arsenal 'nailed it' & what happened with Dybala? – David Ornstein on Deadline Day | BBC Sport

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BBC Sport's David Ornstein joins Karl Braidwood to dissect transfer deadline day, they analyse Arsenal's successful signings, discuss why Tottenham's move for Paulo Dybala didn't come off and why Wilfried Zaha's could not get out of Crystal Palace.


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30 Responses to “How Arsenal 'nailed it' & what happened with Dybala? – David Ornstein on Deadline Day | BBC Sport”

  1. If the likes of Bebe, Peter Crouch, Richard Dunne, Andy Carroll, Phil Jones etc, and the rest of the average junk players outside the Top 6 clubs can play in the 'almighty' Premier League then Tierney will have no problem. Some English fans sure love piping up their league as if every player playing in the EPL is some sort of superstar. All the best players in the league aren't even English, they're all foreign, there hasn't even been an English manager who has even won the league, a certain Scottish manager won it 13 times, Sir Alex Ferguson, you might have heard of him, he won more trophies than any other manager in the history of football. Stop thinking because Tierney is Scottish the league will be difficult for him, I've never heard so much rubbish. Scotland ran English football for years, Liverpool wouldn't be the club they are without Bill Shankly
    and Kenny Dalglish
    both Scottish, Man United would be nothing without Sir Alex & Denis Law both Scottish & Arsenal wouldn't have been much without George Graham
    , who was also Scottish. Be humble in future, because most English fans are arrogant prats!

  2. I think Liverpool have been left in the dust this window. They've made no first team signings and have only made about 28 mil in profit. Everyone else around them (except maybe Chelsea) have brought in strong first team players. It'll be a very interesting season

  3. Winners of Transfer window:
    1. Arsenal
    2. Tottenham
    3. Everton
    4. Aston Villa
    5. Norwich
    6.Chelsea (but due to the transfer embargo expectations won't necessarily expect a top 4 position in the Premiership)
    7. Man Utd

  4. so poch listening to my ideas again it seems, Sessesgnon was second in my transfer plan to Grimaldo, and useless fans somehow thought a RB was more needed than a LB, which is really strange, it should be expected Davies or Rose to leave now, only signings needed would be Sarr to steal, and a fluid 443 is possible

    my line up for most PL games:

    Lucas Kane Sarr


    Winks Ndomb

    RS Verton Alder Aurier

    obviously a new GK would next be ideal, but this side is extremely pacey, has the ability to stretch almost any side and provide insane goals for Kane, who the team should be built around – Son, Lamela for the bench are good options

    also, a specific set for Poch to experiment might entail:

    Lucas Kane

    RS Aurier

    Winks Ndom

    JV Alder Sanches

    two excellent line ups, Poch has a dilemma next season for sure, Poch can consider Lo Celso > Lamela but he's not really a better player from my understanding, and only offers more in defensive stability

    this certainly is better than Liverpool's set up, and offers more from the bench, Son doesn't even need to be part of the team

    on a side note, Lo Celso is not a good signing for Spurs, a wide player would have been much more useful psychologically and technically for Poch to advance his fluid progressive means for football in what now should be a 3 at the back > a 433 most likely

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