Park Chu & Arsene Wenger
Park Chung-hee (September 30, 1917 – October 26, 1979) was a Republic of Korea Army general and the leader of South Korea from 1961 to 1973. Arsène Wenger, OBE (born 22 October 1949) is a French football manager and former player./5
Park Chu Arsene Wenger Marouane Chamakh Nicklas Bendtner Carlos Vela Lukas Podolski Sebastien Squillaci Armand Traore Andre Santos Stewart Robson Philippe Senderos Emmanuel Eboue Lukasz Fabianski Van Persie Mikel Arteta Manager Arsene Wenger Olivier Giroud
Park Chu Young is without doubt the strangest of signings under Arsene Wenger.
"I am talking with five or six clubs at the moment over a permanent transfer," Bendtner said in the Metro. "Things are agreed with Arsenal and I will decide which club I sign for in the next two weeks." Another deadwood will, INSHAALLAH, be out in 2 weeks time. That leaves us with Chamack, Park Chu Young, Dojorou and Santos. Comeon wenger lets sell em all! With bentner going out our wage bill will be free of another 60k and a total of 240 k so far. FR
Manager Arsene Wenger should not be trusted to spend Arsenal's summer transfer budget, according to former Gunners midfielder Stewart Robson. Robson told talkSPORT: "I am not expecting any marquee signings at Arsenal. There is a lot of talk about it, but I don't know if I would trust Arsene Wenger with that money. "Over the last few years some of the players that he has said were going to be world class haven't ended up like that - people like Philippe Senderos, Denilson, Marouane Chamakh, Armand Traore, Sebastien Squillaci, Nicklas Bendtner, Carlos Vela, Emmanuel Eboue, Park Chu-young, Lukasz Fabianski, Gervinho and Andre Santos." -MR
Arsenal boss Wenger plans January clear out Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is planning to oversee a January market clearout. The Daily Mail says the likes of Nicklas Bendtner, Carlos Vela, Manuel Almunia, Denilson and Park Chu-young all left on a temporary or permanent basis during the summer. But Arsenal are still keen to offload Marouane Chamakh, Sebastien Squillaci, Johan Djourou and Andrey Arshavin. My take These players have overstayed their welcome at the emirates.
Before the summer began, Arsenal were in a slightly uncomfortable situation regarding their strikers. With Robin Van Persie's future still undecided, there was a worrying prospect that the Gunners would be relying more on out-of-favour Marouane Chamakh and Park Chu-young going into the new campaign. But even with austerity in vogue, not even one of the most prudent managers in the game in Arsene Wenger could stomach that prospect. Gunner get ya! Arsenal's ranks will be boosted by Podolski and Giroud next term The Arsenal manager has this year avoided the last day madness of the transfer window to impressively get his main deals done before July and give the north London side not just promise but viable options in attack next season. It has come at the cost of £23.8million but the signings of Lukas Podolski from Cologne and Olivier Giroud from Montpellier has addressed the lack of strikers and could now give them a shot at the title. Much is already known about Podolski. The 27-year-old was part of the Ge ...
Worst Player Of The Season 'Don't worry folks, we've signed Park Chu-Young,' was Arsene Wenger's message to Arsenal fans last summer after the club sold both Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri. It looked as though Wenger didn't have the foggiest when, in desperation, he signed five players on deadline day. And while Mikel Arteta turned out to be an inspired piece of business (why did it take so many years for Arsenal to sign him?) Chu-Young has earned his place next to Kaba Diawara in the Gunners' Hall of Shame. One Premier League sub appearance, four passes (three successful) and no shots tells its own story, with the South Korean way below the standard required; even Marouane Chamakh 'outshone' him in a late cameo against AC Milan at the Emirates. Arsenal fans will be thankful that Robin Van Persie stayed fit throughout the campaign, as not only did the striker fire them into Europe, he also saved them from significant embarrassment.
Arsenal’s Wenger indicates summer sales of strikers Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger suggests that he may offload some of his strikers this summer. The likes of Nicklas Bendtner (on loan at Sunderland), Marouane Chamakh and Park Chu-young have all been given limited opportunities this season and with the arrival of Lukas Podolski ahead of the next campaign, Wenger says there could be some changes in the off-season. "That's a situation that we have not sorted out yet but we will do that of course at the end of the season,” he said. "Some players didn't get enough opportunities here during the season and we will try to give them an opportunity to play if they get the chance somewhere else." My Take These guys are truly surplus to requirement
Lukas Podolski – The good and the bad. * THE GOOD * Option in Attack Apart from Robin Van Persie, Arsenal do not have the firepower in the attacking department, that can score consistently enough. Marrouane Chamakh has been largely dissapointing, and Park Chu-Young hasn’t gained the trust of the manager. Apartfrom that, Joel Campbell, who will be returning from a loan spell at Lorient next season, is a bit too young to be blooded intofirst team action. Niklas Bendtner and Carlos Vela are headed towards the exits at the Emirates. Gervinho has been woeful in front of goal, while Walcott has been erratic and inconsistent. Arsene Wenger recently admitted that the team has been over-relianton Van Persie this season. This is where Podolski comes in and gives Wenger more options up front. * Eye for Goals Podolski arrives with a reputation. He is an accomplished German international, and has netted 43 goals in 95 games for his country. He scored 46 goals in 81 league appearances for his childhood club Cologne ...
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