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MSantoine
Post #16
Monday April 11, 2016 2:17pm

Joined Nov 2012
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Getting back on topic I would love to see Yedlin go there if he's not going to be in Spurs plans. Rangel has to be on his way out (already being phased out this year) Naughton isnt anything special and is already past his prime. There "homegorwn guy" Shepard, looks to not even be Championship level caliber guy and is also only 1yr younger than Yedlin. Spurs have had some recent history with transfers/loans with the Swans too. Could be a great step up for yedlin to see how he would do with a team that doesnt defend 75% of every game and actually looks to get forward at times.

recycledhumans
DFWTX
Post #17
Tuesday April 12, 2016 4:19pm

Joined Nov 2012
Total Posts: 1,467
Must fight the urge to argue against and/or insult the perennial jackass of the forum...must follow MSant's example...

With a somewhat aging midfield, Emerson Hyndman might be a sage investment as well. Maybe also get a loan for Gedion if Wenger allows, might not get as much game time as he has for Rangers but the quality of training and of the opposition would be higher. Additionally, depending on who Conte is planning on bringing in to Chelsea for next season, a Miazga loan might be a good move as well.

MSantoine
Post #18
Wednesday April 13, 2016 11:27am

Joined Nov 2012
Total Posts: 3,723
Original post from recycledhumans

Must fight the urge to argue against and/or insult the perennial jackass of the forum...must follow MSant's example...

With a somewhat aging midfield, Emerson Hyndman might be a sage investment as well. Maybe also get a loan for Gedion if Wenger allows, might not get as much game time as he has for Rangers but the quality of training and of the opposition would be higher. Additionally, depending on who Conte is planning on bringing in to Chelsea for next season, a Miazga loan might be a good move as well.


I know it is hard to stop yourself sometimes...

Hyndman is a good one. He'll be a free agent. Britton has to be on his way out. The South korean is nothing special to me. It really could come down to if Sigurosson tries to move up the EPL ladder one last time. Its really his last shot to get a transfer to a team like Manchester, Chelsea, etc and play Champions League football. If he leaves Hyndman could make a cheap investment to help replace him with guys like Fer

USAGunner
West Palm Beach
Post #19
Wednesday April 13, 2016 1:02pm

Joined Jul 2013
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As long as Hyndman goes somewhere where he plays. That goes for all of them. Somewhere where they are challenged and not given a spot, but they have to work for it, and have a legit shot at playing a lot.

That goes for anyone. Why I would rather see Zelalem be loaned out again next year. He has a future at Arsenal. But it's not yet. At best he might play an FA cup and make an occassional sub appearance if there are some injuries at Arsenal in 2016-17. Go somewhere where you will be a regular.
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Dave
Post #20
Wednesday April 13, 2016 1:31pm

Joined Jul 2014
Total Posts: 1,002
While it is great to see Young American players being purchased/developed by big clubs it is important that if they aren't in the immediate plays of the club that they be able to be loaned to teams where they will actually get significant playing time in order to maximize their development.
I hope that all our young players at major clubs who are close, but not yet ready for the big clubs (Yedlin & CCV @ Tot, Miazga @ Chelsea, Zelalem @ Arsonal, Gyau @ BVB, Green @ Bayern) get loaned out to mid-table 1st division or top tier 2nd division clubs this coming year. Fighting for a starting spot....and getting significant minutes is crucial to their continued development at their ages. For younger players like Perez, Wright, etc... it's OK for them to stay and train with the reserves of the big clubs as they haven't yet outgrown the youth/reserve level. And the clubs that they are at have a good track record of developing talent.

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