Thursday, July 05, 2012

Another way out

RVP's decision to NOT extending his contract, though hurtful to read at first was actually quite understandable and somewhat expected.

1.Wenger bought 2 freakin huge strikers already (Podolski and Giroud)
   That news already screamed replacement! but we refused to believe that.
2. He's 28. He want to win something. So he says.

Well, a player's form is not planned, or designed by the player. form just happened.. and in RVP's case, last season 2011/2012. So he could not (yet) claim that he's a world class player and he deserve to be in a certain world class club.

If you remember, RVP is quite fragile, he's injured most of the time in previous season and last season is the only season that  he really REALLY peaked. One thing about peak is that, they goes down after and the thing about form is that, it's not permanent.

I don't want to badmouth every player who wants to leave, he DID play a huge role in last season campaign. Dragging the team up. 
I just don't think he's the kind of striker who'll be well suited someplace else, his place is Arsenal.
But like I said, he's decision is understandable.

Comments from Eurosport web

The way to keep him, win trophies this season. Make him change his mind.
Same as Hleb,Flamini, Overmars = one good season after 5 injured ones....the grass is not greener RVP you will find that out...your also NO Denis Bergkamp..
Agree 100%. He will never repeat his form anywhere else. At Arsenal everyone played for him and he reaped all the glory!
On the hand i say how can someone who has spent 7 out of 8 seasons on the treatment table at Arsenal, had 1 great season last year, then go on to say he wants out seem a bit wrong but on the other i can't blame him.
Arsenals' best player will not leave. Arsenal has good players that will take the sit.
I am not an Arsenal fan but I feel RVP's best place was Arsenal. I am not optimistic he will do any better elsewhere.

Whatever it is, I wish him well. If he did excel in other clubs, I'd be happy.

So Vermaelen for the Captaincy? I'll vouch for that.:)


Al Kisah said...

i feel something fishy is going on in the AFC. Since Patrick Viera left as a captain in 2005, then the others follow, henry, gallas, fabregas and now van persie.

"As announced earlier this year I had a meeting with the Boss and Mr. Gazidis after the season. This was a meeting about the club’s future strategy and their policy. Financial terms or a contract have not been discussed, since that is not my priority at all.

I personally have had a great season but my goal has been to win trophies with the team and to bring the club back to its glory days. Out of my huge respect for Mr. Wenger, the players and the fans I don’t want to go into any details, but unfortunately in this meeting it has again become clear to me that we in many aspects disagree on the way Arsenal FC should move forward."

Nasri left clearly said he want EPL tittle. yeah but he left to City that offered him better.

As i said, everyone want achieve something in their life.

last month i had comment about this issue.

AFC need to improve on future strategy and their policy.

missnadira said...

Everyone in the blogosphere/internet are furious/frustrated at the man.Yes it might be the board Alkisah, but he's gotta take the blame too..Kate kasar nye, baru gempak satu season da rase diri bagus gile tak layak main dengan Arsenal..we love him, love his wife, love his kids.And spending the entire season speaking highly of him, las2 makan hati.what the hell..


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