Park Ju-young @ Arsenal FC 2011-2012 Part 4 [R]

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  1. jinjin5000

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    thanks man


    to sit in bench again?
    last time I checked, Atheltico have striker like Falcao and Valencia Soldado.
    Aim for lower bottom-half teams. More playtime there. Anyways, La Liga teams wouldnt pay that much for Park would they? I don't think they have that much spare money/transfer money floating around with all those debt (especially Valencia and Atletico)


  2. KwonchesterUtd

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    Isn't la liga too passing-oriented for PJS? I'd rather see him in mid-table team in EPL.
  3. jinjin5000

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    Id rather see him in bottom half EPL/Bundesliga or top half League 1 team.

    La Liga is too full of small technical players who like to pass around a lot. I agree he wouldn't really fit there
  4. Hodori

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    Idiot.


  5. K:thecore

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    what are you saying H? because a whipping boy precedence and 'status' has obviously been set for him at Arsenal. he's gonna have to work his ass off from this point.
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    That may be but La Liga is also dribbling oriented as well. That could benefit him.
  7. olijolly

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    Lets get a few things straight.
    Aside from all the crap he's been getting because he hasn't "made it" at Arsenal, he is
    1. A terrific passer. One of the best in the KNT.
    2. Links up very well, if ANY of you have been watching the KNT AT ALL for the past 3-4 years.
    3. At least as good as some of the players in Arsenal who are getting lots of PT. Ramsey for instance.
    4. Not the best dribbler anymore.
    5. All of you posing as KNT fans who like Wenger and Arsenal more than PJY GTFO of the PJY thread. Its annoying so many people and now some genuine KNT fans who don't follow PJY much are starting to think you are right.


    FUCK WENGER AND RETARDED ARSE FANS.
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    I agree with that. But there's no need for him to be at a bottom half German or English club.

    He just needs a good manager to place his trust in him.
  9. 12th Warrior

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    At least we know Wenger didn't buy him for his brilliant marketing prospects in Korea.
    I wouldn't be surprised if Arsenal is the most hated EPL team among Koreans for a long time to come.
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    Spot on. First, this arsenal team is really terrible outside a handful of players. Without RVP and RVP being in ridiculous form, this team would be mid-table at best. To say that because Wenger is being blind by using such worthless players like Chamakh over PCY that PCY should go running off to the crappy near relegation sides is ridiculous.

    A huge problem from the getgo is PCY's playing style and favored position vs Arsenal and the immovable block of RVP.

    He could do fine at any uptempo or counterattacking team. He'll be average to terrible on any team that requires him to have major defensive responsibilities or play out wide. Its not about the position in the table.
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    The biggest concern for me is that Wenger has burned and p***ed over PCY's rep at this point. Buying clubs HAVE to be worried about his work rate or personality or other major flaw.
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    word!
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    fcuk this situation.
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    fck wenger most of all...
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    no, who would have thought injury prone van persie to be on a honaldoo-mode this season.
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    Don't worry he's bound to break some ligament in before the season ends!
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    I think it would only happen if he were to sign a huge extension. Since that won't happen, he'll stay healthy...
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    I have this strange feeling that RVP will finally pick up an injury next season when PJY finally leaves.

    Imo, the only scenario in which PJY doesn't leave is if somehow Arsenal doesn't manage to sign another striker and Chamakh leaves.
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    If I was a striker I wouldn't go to arsenal. All their other strikers don't play or are on loan.
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    hindsight is always 20 20, but sh!t, i know all of you kind of had a feeling this would happen at Arsenal. 1 striker formation, RVP playing out of his mind. They only chance was injury or African Cup of Nations and neither panned out. Sh!t move by Park Ju Young and you know what, karmas a b1tch. What he did to Lille was techinally and legally ok, but morally and ethically f*cked up. He shouldve went to Lille. For such a "christian" guy, i thought that move was a little ssagaji and not that he deserves wasting away on the bench or reserves, but i do believe in karma.
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    Lille could have avoided this with a reasonable buy far earlier in the process. I think the vast majority of footballers woulda jumped too at the chance of playing at one of the biggest clubs in the world vs a good but not great l1 club off a good year that's stil a seller (Gervinho, sow and now hazard)
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    You're a fcking idiot.

    1. Christians don't believe in such things like karma.
    2. Lille tried to be cheap and screwed up their negotiations as a result. Anyone who's run a business or has bought a house/car/company knows this. Stop being so naiive.

    It's business, and they lost trying to be cute in the bidding war by waiting until the very last minute to drive down the price. Stop being stupid.

    The people who run Lille are grownups. They should stop whinging and so should you.

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  23. kennypowers

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    to be fair, most teams were using the same tactic, waiting till the last minute with Park. Its frustrating, i think hes talented and i want him to play, i think hes good enough to play at Arsenal no question.

    But honestly, you can hate on wenger but look where he has his team now, esp with the loss of cesc and that other loser at City. its impressive and his track record is consistent.

    overall frustrating situation man. talent just wasting away and hes not getting any younger.

    jisung
    chung yong
    ju young
    Dong won

    big hype for our KPA in the EPL this season, i was really excited... bust injury bust bust
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    consistently underachieving. Yes this season has not been good but even this shall pass.
  25. skimmilk

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    Pjs is no bust. Off year? Perhaps but he's well proven now.

    Wenger should thank his stars that the traditional Epl powers are a mess for the most part.
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