Arsenal Boss Could Be Happy About The Future

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Arsenal Boss Could Be Happy About The Future
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Before i read this article from the Bankok post Writer: John Dykes.I'm not happy

with The professor because it was a 4-1 defeat against Chelsea. Every one scold him

for not signing a experience player.But now I'm not worry about the future because.

     From the 2010-11 season there is one thing is going to come that is "homegrown"  

players it mean every club must have eight "homegrown" players in their squads of 25.

It mean that players who have spent three successive seasons at a certain club

between the ages of 16 and 21.

    It mean four of these players must have emerged from their own youth set-up,

even if they are non-English and were imported from overseas, while the other four

must have trained for three years at another club registered with the same


   It suits wenger's policy of developing the youth squad and also received criticism it

has received for fielding "non-English".Just see Arsenal's current squad Denilson,

Alexandre Song, Gale Clichy, Johan Djourou, Nicklas Bendtner and Aaron Ramsey and

Carlos Vela, Fran Merida all are very important players in Wengers point of view

    Even in the case of Diaby and Song when every on criticised Wenger about his

squad especially about Diaby he defend his decision about all criticism received from

every one.

   The natural English talent like Theo Walcott, Jack Wilshere,Kieran Gibbs, Gavin

Hoyte, Henri Lansbury and Mark Randall are very promising so the future is bright for

Arsenal FC comparing with other Big four,we are very comfortable place.

   So the future seem to be in Arsenal favour.So as a Arsenal fan i am not worrying

about any thing because 2010-11 season is not for away just next season.

  So arsenal fan across the world don't worry about any thing.We all can proud to

have a coach like Arsène Wenger and we all can say In Wenger We Trust.

Thanks to Bankok post and Mr John Dykes

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