Blind leading the blind

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Blind leading the blind

Postby frankbutcher » Mon Sep 05, 2011 1:45 pm

With a lack of experience in the squad, those youngsters coming through will invariably learn off some of the more junior squad members.

The following quote on .com today summed it up for me.

http://www.arsenal.com/news/reserves-ne ... first-team

"Now I am modelling my game on Alex Song's. I like the way Song plays, he has power and strength. He is a strong midfield player, very smart and technically very good. I look up to him.

:speechless:

"Sometimes I ask him about football, but also about settling in because he was young when he came here."


What next? Ryo Miyaichi learning from Walcott. Oxlade-Chamberlain learning from Diaby. :banghead:

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