Let Denilson go and get Ramsey back

By on December 21, 2010

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Yesterday’s news headlines were all about the prospective £10 million bid for Denilson by our favourite Spanish side, Barcelona. I don’t see this really happening because they just signed Mascherano in the summer. Nonetheless, I would welcome such a move for the Brazilian.

Denilson has been with the first team for 3 years now. When he initially came in, I was really excited about the his play. He has exquisite movement and passing but he seemed to have regressed. The boy does not seem to give his 100 percent in every match and sometimes just saunters around. Last year’s F.A Cup defeat at Stoke was a prime example of the lackadaisical attitude that the boy has at times. He was at fault for the second goal, not bothered to track the midfield run of the opposition player.

He started a lot of games last year but this time around Arsene seems to have put more faith in Jack Wilshere than the Brazilian. Even Diaby was starting more games than the Brazilian until he got injured. Therefore he wouldn’t be a lost if we can get some decent money for him. Barcelona may not be the destination but I am hearing that a couple of German clubs are interested in him as well.

Another thing about letting Denilson go is we would free up a midfield role for Aaron Ramsey. The Welshman’s loan period at Nottingham Forest is coming to an end so he can be integrated back into the squad slowly. Without Denilson, Rambo’s chances would be better and I would definitely rate him over the Brazilian anytime.

So let’s thank Denilson for his services to the club and bid him farewell this January!

Submitted by The Arsenal Kid.

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7 Comments

  1. Bouldy

    December 21, 2010 at 9:54 am

    Great piece. He was also at fault for both Spurs and Bragga’s first goals.

    Is he a DM? I can’t tell because he can neither tackle nor track the runs of opposing midfielders. His range of passing is poor but for 3-5 yards ones.

    He’s another useless foreign player preferred by Arsene and blocking the development of players like Lansbury.

  2. nicky

    December 21, 2010 at 11:04 am

    Every team needs a Denilson……a journeyman m/f who has good and bad days. He’s too valuable to lose and will always play a part in Arsenal’s season. It’s far too early to consider the return of Ramsey as to date he has barely had a kick at Forest.

  3. sucre

    December 21, 2010 at 11:13 am

    Bid DEN,should stay i really envy his spirit with enough cove he does the donkey work for the like of Song and Cesc have easy time it was wrong when Arsene left him out in old trafford the boy is gifted and goes in for tuckles who in Arsenal maches his tenoucity Denilson to stay the like of RVp for good cach almunia too and lazy clichy our weakest link behind……

  4. only1

    December 21, 2010 at 11:32 am

    Denilson is worth 10 million. More than what spuds paid for VDV. There is obviously something about him you didn’t see.. He is a good squard player, good at link up play, and good positioning sense.

    He does made mistake, but don’t forget he is injured as well..

  5. Nii

    December 21, 2010 at 2:02 pm

    dont sell him wenger he is one of our futur players so pls dont sell him rather sell Arshavin and rpv

  6. Bouldy

    December 21, 2010 at 4:43 pm

    The most unbrazilian Brazilian ever.

  7. mariano

    December 21, 2010 at 7:05 pm

    its great let him go ,we need to free up the mid field and ,with fringpong comming up the ranks we will have plenty in that area

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