Emanuel Adebayor Leaving, Then Why This Sense of Insecurity?
Before starting the article I have to confess that I belong to the group that really thinks that Ade's Owen-style Brochure was justified, I belong to the group that believes Adebayor should be packed in a bag and sold to whoever can pay the most—I belong to the majority which consists of Gooners and Gunners alike.
I should be happy now that Manchester City are willing to give us £25 million for a useless bag that remains in an offside position for 99 percent of the match.
But WHY am I not feeling content or happy that Adebayor deal is nearly done? I was jumping and running on the streets when I first heard the news, even gave a POTD vote to an article which said that "Ade's On His Bike to Manchester."
Then why is there a sense of insecurity creeping inside me?
I tried to shrug it off, but couldn't! All I could do is find the reasons for the insecurity. Maybe I am blowing things out of proportion like I always do after reading some random news or article on the internet, or maybe this time I am not?
I have this nagging feeling that Greedybayor may actually come good after being sold to Manchester City and score many goals which might kick Arsenal out of the "big four", I might say Manchester United have the highest chance of missing out on a Champions League spot next year, but everyone knows I am just kidding myself, or I need to cut back on Marijuana.
Okay so Greedybayor might not come good for Manchester City and they will not make their place in the top four, but Arsenal will be in need to find a replacement, thank you Maire Ofeire for pointing that in your article about David Trezeguet!
Yes, Arsenal have many strikers but if you look closely, they are all supporting strikers be it Robin Van Persie, Andrei Arshavin, Eduardo da Silva—who played one match and was in the recovery room the next, or the "unproven" Carlos Vela and Jay Simpson.
The only "hitman" Arsenal possess is Nicklas Bendtner, who is really talented and smart, but he just can't finish. He just needs a little time to become a good finisher, but I am sorry with Manchester City's rise Arsenal don't have that "time."
The supposed replacements lined up for Greedybayor don't give that much hope either-Marouane Chamakh, Obafemi Martins, and Demba Ba(?) aren't promised to be better than Adebayor.
Only Edin Dzeko and Klaas Jan Huntelaar look like a better option of than Ade, but with many teams after them, even with the added £25 million, Arsenal do not look like winning their signatures, maybe Arsenal can, but I doubt it.
Arsenal missing out on Melo hasn't persuaded me to suggest that Arsenal can't get their signatures, it's the fact that Milan are after Dzeko and Milan is Dzeko's favorite team and Wolfsburg aren't in need of any money even if Arsenal try to out-bid Milan. And Klass-Jan Huntelaar is in very advanced talks with Stuttgart.
Maybe Arsenal do not need a new striker or maybe Obefami Martins, Marouane Chamakh, or Demba Ba (seriously, I have never heard of this guy) would be a great player for us. Or maybe Arsenal might just strike a deal with Huntelaar or Dzeko.
Maybe my worries are far-fetched, maybe Manchester City would rise but someone other than Arsenal will take a fall or maybe Manchester City will finish outside the top four, I don't have anything more than the word "maybe" to console myself.
Do something Mr Arsene Wenger, then "maybe" I'll not worried about Arsenal.
Note: Deepak Israni does not smoke Marijuana, nor does he promotes the usage of drugs, Drugs are NOT cool, stay away from drugs.
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