love the 80’s “entertainment system” in the background 🙂
Giroud needs about 5 chances to hit the bar….not score but hit the friggin bar!! Then roll around throwing tantrums about how the hell that one didn’t go in.
The next 5 chances he’ll perhaps get 2 goals
out them, given they are spread between matches like say 6 chances a match now I don’t
think anyone would struggle to clock 17 goals ffs.
Get yo heads outta tha gutter….
Can you please provide accurate stats as to how many times Giroud has hit the bar this season? Once you do that, I’ll read the rest of your comment.
Stats prove he along with chamberlain have hit the bar more than anyone for arsenal. Stats also suggest he gets mad at the floor for a missed clear cut chance.
An average striker with who barely gets the goals when really should be getting more….
Pardon me for butting in here, but I’m not 100% certain you have an adequate grasp of what a ‘stat’ actually is.
That said, “Stats also suggest …” and “An average striker …” did lighten up my day. So thank you for that.
Well that was pretty depressing episode…let me try to cheer you guys up. Bright side, I thought Cazorla, Ramsey and Gibbs were very positive, worked hard and tried to make things happen. Downside, I thought Wilshere, though improved from Norwich was still quite poor, and Walcott, well he barely saw the ball and when he did he was ineffective with it. Giroud is a tricky one. I don’t want to bandwagon hate, because for a first season striker netting 17 is not an easy feat. But last night, I really do feel he should have netted one of those chances… Read more »
Honestly, I wouldn’t mind seeing Podolski getting a start up top against Fulham. Based on Wenger’s brief comments on the matter I imagine Poldi’s been spending a decent amount of time as a center forward during training
Should it be Hayley “and” Vincent, or have I missed something?