“I’m Sure Arsene Will Find A Solution”

By on July 7, 2011

Manchester City new boy Gael Clichy has defender accusations that his former club are deteriorating.

The Frenchman has just made the switch from North London to Eastlands and has failed to support the claim that Arsenal is a sinking ship. He told The Sun:

“Whoever leaves, Arsenal will still be Arsenal. Great players have left before – Patrick Vieira, Robert Pires, Thierry Henry, Emmanuel Adebayor and Kolo Toure – but they’ve still competed and coped well.

“And I know they will be up there in the table whatever happens and whoever leaves.

“They are a huge club with a great manager and great players so, for me, they will always be a big threat to anyone.

“I’m sure Arsene will find a solution for whatever happens.”

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5 Comments

  1. Daniel Smith

    July 7, 2011 at 12:38 pm

    Clichy is being polite.

  2. Delford Magaya

    July 7, 2011 at 12:50 pm

    it is so frastrating to see that Arsenal and its board is not doing anything about the club and supporter are so frastrated about it. During the time of David Dean there was no such problems at Arsenal. David Dean should be pausauded to come back to revive Arsenal as the current board is not doing anything good for the club.

  3. Moses Watasa

    July 7, 2011 at 2:05 pm

    It is the year 2011. An Arsenal FC plane is flying – high up in the air. The plane is apparently on auto-pilot – the Pilot, (a one Ass-ne Venga) is in deep slumber. His ‘co-pilots’ (the Board of Arsenal FC) are deeply snoozing and hallucinating – they are dreaming big, visualising a huge feast courtesy of the wind-fall from the sales of the club’s star players. Meanwhile, from it’s sound, the plane (Arsenal FC’s) engine has clearly developed a fatal break-down. An armageddon-like plane-crash from high altitude is inevitable. Uneasy, sensing an imminent tragedy, the cabin crew (Nasri, Clichy, Walcott, Fabregas etc) are secretly but hastily collecting parachutes – preparing to jump to safety. Curiously, the plane’s loyal ‘passengers’ (fans of Arsenal FC) are lost in song – blaring out their favorite – eternal tune – “In Arsene We Trust”.

  4. A Red

    July 7, 2011 at 6:26 pm

    Well I cannot but pass on my sympathies to all Arsenal supporters at present. As a life-long Liverpool fan I’ve seen the ill effects of mismanagement at boardroom level and a loss of touch with reality at coaching level. There is no quick fix in such a case as a re-emerging Reds side will testify to at present but a drastic overhaul at all levels must be a definite priority to dissuade the likes of Nasri and Fabregas from leaving. Quite simply Wenger has gone a step too far this time hand in hand with Peter Hill-Wood and the promise of youth can no longer sustain an ailing club which is willingly about to give itself a footballer lobotomy by selling it’s engine room. All that the club is doing at present is re-arranging the deck chairs on the titanic with moves for Gervinho et al, they arn’t of sufficient caliber to replenish the losses. Good look because you certainly need it at the going rate.

  5. A Red

    July 7, 2011 at 6:27 pm

    *luck

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