Podolski Left In or Left Out?

When Poldi signed a pre-contract for Arsenal I was happy for two reasons 1) he had 80+ international caps  2) he is a deadly finisher… The media and many fans criticized Wenger for buying him because of the nightmare spell he had with Bayern. But you cannot judge Person by one spell and given the fact that people treat him like god in Bayern… Moreover he had something to prove to his critics (that he can play in a top team) so he looked to me as a good and smart move by Wenger.

PODOLSKI

His record speaks for itself, he has scored 13 goals and 11 assists that is very good statics in first season better than our Brave Sir Robin, Germans always take time to settle in EPL given the fact that Bundesliga is slower and less physical than the Premire League but Poldi has settled well in new wnvironment without any difficulty.

Now let’s come to the main topic,  many people on AA are debating the question of where Podolski should play. There are 3 positions where he can play those are Second Striker, Left Winger or Center Forward.

Let’s have a look at his history: Poldi started his career with Koln as a Center forward and scored 10 goals in 19 app in first season at age of 18 however Koln got relegated, but next season he scored 24 goals and Koln were promoted back to the top division and Podolski became a famous figure. After that, many clubs were afterhis signature, however Bayern succeeded and what happened after that everyone knows…

Now coming to my main point, he plays as Left winger for Arsenal currently and even for Germany he plays on the left, yet Arsene has admitted that he signed Podolski as striker. But I guess because of Gervinho’s poor form, he moved Poldi to left wing and OG took his position. He played in centre against Stoke in first match.

Arsenal’s wingers are striker come winger. If you take the example of Man Utd, their wingers always supply the crosses and passes to feed the strikers rather than going for goal, but Arsene loves wingers to score more goals and that is the main reason Podolski is playing in Left. Podolski is not a Winger, but he is a left sided striker who scores and provided assists others score.

If he plays as striker then we are left with Gerv and the Ox who can play on the left. Given Gerv’ record and the Ox’s inexperience, we cannot rely on them. Moreover Poldi is a good poacher, he is not great with his head like OG, however we can keep this as an option.

If he plays as SS he won’t be as successful. He has good shot but he cannot beat defender like Santi and Whilsere so we can discount this option.

Now let’s reconsider his current position – left wing. He doesn’t have pace like Theo but he is smarter than him and he has potent left foot, if he plays in wing he can score from long range and supply cross to strikers.

I believe the best position for Podolski in thecurrent team is playing on left as he has good eye for goal and his link up play with OG and Gibbs is terrific, Playing in the middle would be an option but not as good as playing on wing, if he plays in middle he may be a success but not as successful as on theleft. If he plays on left opposition will have two threats to deal with, one is from OG in middle and second is Poldi from Left.

The understanding between OG and Poldi is terrific Remember two volleys he scored from left,  OG supplied the chip and Poldi did the rest.

That is deadly for opposition. I am 100% sure if no one leave Arsenal in coming two years we will win a trophy for sure……

In current team I prefer Poldi in left and OG in middle..

Which position would you play him??

Written by Manthan

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62 Responses to Podolski Left In or Left Out?

  1. Thank you Manthan, great discussion starter there. I’m not convinced that he is an Arsenal player. He doesn’t bring enough to the team and we’re not good at carrying players.

    He has been a success but I don’t think he’s happy with his lot so we’ll see what happens next season.

  2. Thomas, charging through the midfield! says:

    He should be playing in the middle. Frankly I think we don’t see him shooting enough. Giroud scored last night, but that was after three horrific misses. Poldi is a much calmer and more assured finisher. Plus his left foot is like a blow from the hammer of Thor!! Play him more centrally Wenger!

  3. I’m SECOND only due to Gentlemanly Conduct.
    Ladies first…

  4. RockyLives says:

    Congratulations on a fine debut Post Manthan.

    I happen to agree with you about his best position – and also about his quality (sorry Peaches – I think you’re wrong :) ).

    It’s no coincidence that the players who often get a lot of criticism are the wide attacking players (Theo, Pod, Gerv, Arshavin, even Oxo). This is because they have one of the hardest jobs in the team. Every time they get the ball the crowd hopes/expects something to happen. But just by the law of averages, they can’t be expected to beat their defender every time; put in the perfect cross every time; find the killer pass every time; score with a deadly finish every time.

    When they fail it can lead to frustration among the fans, particularly (as has been all too often the case lately) in matches where we are chasing a result.

    Sometimes wide players have ineffective games (it even happened to Pires and certainly happened to Freddie quite a lot). I have seen the Pod have some ineffective games for us this season – but I have also seen his devastating finishing and power in the matches where he has excelled.

    Add to that the fact that he has apparently been carrying a niggly injury all season and I think we don’t have too much to complain about in this, his first year with us.

    If anything I would like to see more of him, because I feel he is the best finisher we have and will score many more goals if he gets in the right positions.

  5. RockyLives says:

    Thomas
    “Like a blow from the Hammer of Thor.” Love it :D

    Big Al
    Make that third :)

    VCC
    (From earlier). Good morning – lucky you, going to the Reading game. I’m at the airport today, heading home. I’ll get to have a pint with you one of these days!

  6. OK, third.
    Top four finish!

    key: ‘Podolski’ into GOOGLE and you’ll immediately see 5 pics.
    Look at the middle one.

    Photo was taken in the ‘Groucho Club’, London apparently.

  7. Glad you’re here RockyLives.
    I’ve got a bone pick with you. But later, out of respect to Manthan and his excellent post.

    Hang around Rocky :-)

  8. RockyLives says:

    I’m worried now Al.

    Sheep – where are you? I might be needing Knuckles…

  9. Who are we kidding here? Poldi SCORES MORE for AFC in Center Forward Position. 4 shots on target in the UCL, 4 GOALS! If Arsenal are serious at all, they should get a Feared striker to play alongside Podolski.

  10. VCC says:

    Rocky, will be nice to have a beer and a chat some day. Like Bid Al, out of respect to Manthan speak later, but, were you at a conference Wednesday, in London?

  11. RockyLives says:

    I’ve been in London since Wednesday VCC.

  12. goonermichael says:

    Sorry I missed you on Wednesday Rocky :(

  13. The font says:

    Poldi is carrying a slight reoccurring ankle injury. Wait till he is fully fit he will play every game

  14. Hi great post .
    Re podoiski I would play him up front with Giroud .
    Not on left but in a 4-4-2 position up front .
    Rocky knuckles is working today so he’s unaviable he’s under lock and key until 5pm .

  15. chas says:

    Congrats Manthan on covering all the bases re Poldi’s best position.

    I think the confusion about which players suit which positions stems from the 4-3-3.
    We don’t play with wingers as we did when Brian Marwood was supplying the whinging Brummie with pearlers of crosses.
    We don’t play with wingers as we did when Marc Overmars was burning on to through balls from God.
    Even Freddie and Bobby were forced to be incredibly versatile wide midfielders in our early Noughties 4-4-2.

    Now we play with three up front ( which becomes 5 in midfield when we are defending), those front wide players have to perform a variety of functions.
    Poldi’s attacking threat is diminished because Theo’s tendency to drift into a second striker position means that Lookash has to drop back to provide some defensive balance to the team.

    All sorts of players have been forced into being square pegs in round holes in those wide positions, Arshavin, Ramsey, Theo, Podolski, even Eboue.

  16. Rasp says:

    Well done Manthan and welcome to our list of authors. chas has pretty much covered my points. I hope we haven’t yet seen the best of the Pod (maybe the niggling injury is keeping him back). I can’t see us reverting to 4:4:2 so if Pod’s best position is centrally then it has to be a choice between him and OG in the current set-up.

  17. RockyLives says:

    No worries GM.
    I was on my way to a leaving party and I walked past your place, so I popped in on the off chance you were there.

    Next time…

  18. RockyLives says:

    Chas
    Does the uncharacteristic length of your contribution mean you have found a new base?

  19. RockyLives says:

    Anyway, plane’s about to take off and, in any case, I need to scarper before Big Al gets me.

    Laterz

  20. chas says:

    It doesn’t, Rocky.
    Should be in for end of April by the looks of it.

    Btw, I’m a one liner man really.

  21. Best result for Arsenal is to cut their losses and unload Podolski this summer. He is nearly 28 years old and his lazy attitude is hardly likely to improve.

  22. kelsey says:

    Well done Manthan on your maiden post.

    Rocky are you an air steward :)

    Podolski yet anther who divides the fans.8 Pl goals isn’t a bad return but i blame Arshavin againas so many players are playing out of position.

    I think he is like so many in the team in that many a game you don’t even notie if he is playing whilst in others he can have a deft touch,lays off the ball well for one twos and has a lethal left foot.

    Pacey no, track back enough no, but if he playd the twin role of striker he wouldn’t have to track back that much.

    verdict: still undecided.

  23. joe says:

    ” if he plays at SS he wont be as successful”
    I fully agree. Pretending to be in the SS would not be a good look for a German international of Polish descent

  24. G-day to my fellow gooners.i ll play poldi in the middle,from left & right wings respectively.preferably middle & right wing so as to be able to curl and spin the ball(s) in perfectly.however,due to his link & understanding btw him and gibbs i ll leave him on the left wing but ll be best used as centre forward.thank u

  25. Gooner In Exile says:

    Good post Manthan and continues the theme of best positions, I’m not sure if its ago is or bad thing to have so many versatile players in the squad. On form and fit Pod looks like he is enjoying it with us. But with so many new additions in last two years iit is no surprise we haven’t found a balance yet.

  26. Apologies to Manthan but…
    …as we’re in a lull, try this – might rattle a cage or two… :-)

    A couple of days ago a bloke calling himself Gxxxxr x5 (identity concealed out of respect) posted some stats nonsense.
    Shortly after, another bloke known as R****L***s (identity concealed for no particular reason whatsoever) followed up with this load of old tosh…
    “Just saw this on the BBC website: Arsenal have a 56% win percentage in the Premier League this season when Koscielny plays but only 38% when he doesn’t.”
    It would be interesting to know the equivalent stats for BFG and TV.”

    Well, that’s the one which has finally broken this camel’s back!
    That’s the kind of daft stat that riles me. A bare bone with no meat on it. The ‘STANDALONE’ STAT.

    In the Premiership (ignoring one game when Koscielny was subbed in just 3 minutes) Koscielny has started 10 games.
    Played 10 games. Won 4. Drew 4. Lost 2. Goals conceded 14. Clean sheets 3.
    Did we win because of good defending? Did we win because of good attacking.? Did we lose due to poor defending?
    In his first 4 games we conceded 8 goals (average 2 per game). He played against Brighton in the FA Cup. We won but conceded twice. He played in the FA Cup home defeat by Blackburn. He played in the Capital Cup vs Reading. Yes, we won, but as regards Koscielny (topic), he’s a defender and we conceded five, one of which, incidentally, was a Koscielny own goal.
    That’s enough for now as regards stats relating to Koscielny. I’m neither criticising or praising. I’m simply adding some meat to the otherwise bare bone.

    As regards Mertesacker and Vermaelen I don’t really have muuch inclination to wade deeper; I’ll stick to shallow water.
    OK then…here’s a teeny titbit (just one) to whet appetites as regards Mertesacker and the relevance of further info as opposed to the non-relevance of the ‘standalone’ stat:
    We drew an FA Cup game 2-2 at Swansea. That’s the ‘standalone’ stat. But details?
    a) “…in the 13th minute, Graham … outmuscled Mertesacker and fired in a shot…”
    b) “This time it was Bartley … climbing above Mertesacker to power a header against the crossbar.”
    c) “In the 58th … was a soft goal … Michu getting the better of Mertesacker and … before rolling the ball past Szczesny.”

    a, b, c = copied and pasted courtesy of a (surprisingly unbiased) match report from Arsenal.com

    To help you further understand why a ‘standalone’ stat can be so meaningless here’s three examples of said stat…

    1. The player shoots from the halfway line. The player scores!
    1995 Cup Winners Cup final, Real Zaragoza vs Arsenal – the last minute of extra-time.
    Scorer: Nayim / Goalie: Seaman
    R****L***s : “Ah yes, but who were the centre-backs?”

    2. Pat Jennings, from inside his own penalty area, punts the ball upfield. Jennings scores!
    1967 Charity Shield, Spurs vs Manchester United. (United goalie: Alex Stepney)
    R****L***s : “Ah yes, but who were the centre-backs?”

    3. The goalie, attempts to throw the ball to a colleague, but actually throws the ball over his left shoulder into his own net.
    Gary Sprake, Liverpool vs Leeds United, 1967.
    R****L***s : “Ah yes, but who were the centre-backs?”

    Understand where I’m coming from? My main point is – the ‘standalone’ stats would ONLY show the BASIC info: goals conceded/scored; nothing more.
    The info I’ve added depicts a far clearer picture – and obviously a centre-back pairing is irrelevant as regards the goals scored.

    So – when bearing in mind the examples (1, 2, 3 above) – as regards the Arsenal defence(s) this season, how were the goals conceded?
    From inside or outside the penalty area? From inside the six-yard box? From 30-35 yards out? From corner kicks? From free-kicks? From penalty kicks? Headers? Shots? Deflections? Errors by centre-backs? Errors by full-backs? Errors by goalie? Who’s to blame, if in fact any blame at all is to be attributed?
    That’s the stats required… not pointless ‘standalone’ stats which show the centre-back pairing, but adding little or nothing else.
    We might win a game 5-0 with Djourou and Squillaci side-by-side. What conclusion would you draw from that?

    Advice for all who like to post irrelevant ‘standalone’ stats:
    See next post for our defensive line-ups of present season to date. Copy and paste them into your computer, and from then ‘til hell freezes over, assess and reassess. And when you’ve finished assessing Mertesacker, Vermaelen and Koscielny, assess the goalie(s).

    Personally I prefer using my eyes, my brain, my basic intelligence, my 50(+) years’ experience of watching Arsenal and football in general, whether live or on TV. Also indulging in match reports, football talk shows, and surfing can be helpful at times.
    I don’t need stats to know Mannone isn’t good enough to play for our club. I don’t need stats to tell me Djourou isn’t good enough to play for our club. I don’t need stats to tell me Santos isn’t good enough to play for any Premiership club, even though at least one on AA [allegedy] appeared to rate him as the club’s best left-back since Eddie Hapgood.

    How ever did football fans manage before ‘Statto’ hit the scene? From 1886 ‘til the nineties Arsenal fans, all football fans in fact, must have been pretty well clueless without the stats.
    Was Eastham any good? Was McLintock any good? Was Brady any good? No idea… haven’t got the stats, only got my eyes and brain. Saw ‘em play of course, but, well…
    Thank God we’ve got stats now. Don’t know how I ever got by without ‘em. Now I know how many times we’ve won when it’s raining. Now I know how many times we’ve drawn when it’s only drizzling. Now I know how many times we’ve lost when it’s snowing.

    Finally, this post is not a rant. In fact, I’m cool, calm and calculating whilst matching the tapping the keyboard to the beat of “Seasons In The Sun”.
    And, whilst sipping a chilled Nastro Azzurri… :-)

  27. Footnote to above: Alex Stepney was later to discover what it was like to have the boot on the other foot when, in 1973, he found himself in the unique position of being Manchester United’s top scorer at Christmas. His goal-getting talents were first spotted in a pre-season friendly in Spain and when United’s regular penalty-taker Willie Morgan was injured manager Tommy Docherty decided to give Stepney the responsibility. The goalkeeper paid back the faith placed in him by netting every he spot-kick he was required to take (both of them!).
    courtesy of:
    http://goalkeepersaredifferent.com/keeper/goalscoring.htm

    2nd Footnote to above – re: Gary Sprake
    During the break, the home club’s disc jockey waggishly featured Des O’Connor’s No 1 hit of the time, ‘Careless Hands’. When the players returned to the pitch, the Kop regaled Sprake with a rendition of the song, and did so each time he returned to Anfield with Leeds.

  28. Here’s Rocky’s lineups (defence only)

    underland – home 0-0
    Szczesny
    Jenkinson
    Mertesacker
    Vermaelen
    Gibbs

    Stoke City – away 0-0
    Mannone
    Jenkinson
    Mertesacker
    Vermaelen
    Gibbs

    Liverpool – away 2-0
    Szczesny
    Jenkinson
    Mertesacker
    Vermaelen
    Gibbs

    Southampton – home 6-1
    Szczesny
    Jenkinson
    Mertesacker
    Vermaelen
    Gibbs

    Man City – away 1-1
    Mannone
    Jenkinson
    Mertesacker
    Koscielny
    Gibbs

    Chelsea – home 1-2
    Mannone
    Jenkinson
    Koscielny
    Vermaelen
    Gibbs

    West Ham – away 3-1
    Mannone
    Jenkinson
    Mertesacker
    Vermaelen
    Gibbs (Santos 55)

    Norwich – away 0-1
    Mannone
    Jenkinson
    Mertesacker
    Vermaelen
    Santos

    QPR – home 1-0
    Mannone
    Sagna
    Mertesacker
    Vermaelen
    Santos

    Man Utd – away 1-2
    Mannone
    Sagna
    Mertesacker
    Vermaelen
    Santos

    Fulham – home 3-3
    Mannone
    Sagna
    Mertesacker
    Koscielny
    Vermaelen

    Spurs – home 5-2
    Szczesny
    Sagna
    Mertesacker
    Koscielny .
    Vermaelen

    Aston Villa – away 0-0
    Szczesny
    Jenkinson
    Mertesacker
    Koscielny
    Gibbs

    Everton – away 1-1
    Szczesny
    Sagna
    Mertesacker
    Koscielny (Gibbs 3)
    Vermaelen

    Swansea – home 0-2
    Szczesny
    Jenkinson
    Mertesacker
    Vermaelen
    Gibbs

    West Brom – home 2-0
    Szczesny
    Sagna
    Mertesacker
    Vermaelen
    Gibbs

    Reading – away 5-2
    Szczesny
    Sagna
    Mertesacker
    Vermaelen
    Gibbs

    Wigan – away 1-0
    Szczesny
    Sagna
    Mertesacker
    Vermaelen
    Gibbs

    Newcastle – home 7-3
    Szczesny
    Sagna
    Koscielny
    Vermaelen
    Gibbs

    Southampton – away 1-1
    Szczesny
    Sagna
    Koscielny
    Vermaelen
    Gibbs

    Man City – home 0-2
    Szczesny
    Sagna
    Koscielny
    Vermaelen
    Gibbs

    Chelsea – away 1-2
    Szczesny
    Sagna
    Mertesacker
    Vermaelen
    Gibbs

    West Ham – home 5-1
    Szczesny
    Sagna
    Mertesacker
    Vermaelen (Koscielny 56)
    Gibbs

    Liverpool – home 2-2
    Szczesny
    Sagna
    Mertesacker
    Vermaelen
    Gibbs 37

    Stoke City – home 1-0
    Szczesny
    Sagna
    Mertesacker
    Koscielny
    Monreal

    Sunderland – away 1-0
    Szczesny
    Jenkinson
    Sagna
    Mertesacker
    Monreal

    Aston Villa – home 2-1
    Szczesny
    Jenkinson (Podolski 75)
    Mertesacker
    Vermaelen
    Monreal

    Spurs – away 1-2
    Szczesny
    Jenkinson
    Mertesacker
    Vermaelen
    Monreal

    Swansea – away 2-0
    Fabianski
    Jenkinson
    Mertesacker
    Koscielny
    Monreal

  29. mic says:

    podolski should play centre hes not a natural winger that’s why he doesn’t do the 90 min it would kill him off hes effective on the wing but if wenger wants a winger buy a winger instead of having good players play ok out of position have good players excel in there right positions

  30. Sorry about the length of posts.
    I, like my mate Chas, am normally pretty much a one-liner blogman.

  31. CHAS
    Be a thoroughly good bloke and do everyone a favour will you?
    Simply key: Podolski
    into the little GOOGLE box and click SEARCH.

    The first entry is probably wikipedia… just below is a row of 5 pics.
    Put your cursor over the middle (B/W) one to enlarge.
    See if can SAVE as a JPEG or similar and put it on here for all to see. I don’t know how to add pics etc, but I know that you know how.

    …for Glam Rock fans especially…

  32. Kelsey at 1.21pm
    I pretty much agree. The bloke’s had barely a full season, needed time to adapt, had a ‘niggly’ injury…
    Difficult to assess so far.

    As for talk of twin strikers, a 4-4-2 formation – forget it.
    Wenger’s basically a 4-5-1 man; can’t see him changing tack at this stage of his career.

  33. chas says:

    BIG AL,
    I haven’t got Google toolbar or whatever it is that gives you a little GOOGLE box.

    When I put Podolski into the Google homepage, I don’t get five pictures with a black and white one in position 3. Give us a clue what the picture looks like and I’ll find it and post a link to it.

    Alternatively you could “view original image” and then copy the URL address at the top of the screen and paste it into here yourself.

  34. chas says:

    By the way your stats comment is a fabulous one and should have been saved for a headline post in these dark interlull days.

    One-liner blogman, my arse. :lol:

  35. CHAS
    I’ve now him saved as a jpeg… how do I insert into a post like wot you do with your youtube videos and twitpix?

    Or try this address below… there’s loads of podolski pics, over a hundred I think.
    The pic I’m referring to is black and white, and he looks gay. No shirt, turning his head to look slightly behind.

    https://www.google.co.th/search?q=podolski&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a

    As you see the end of the above address line refers to ‘Firefox’ which I use as my Search Engine, rather than ‘Internet Explorer’. That,presumably, is why you don’t have a ‘Google’ search bar (?).

    It’s not a really BIG deal; but I do think it rivals Freddie’s Pants pics.
    I think as MANTHAN’S post is so very good that the least you can do for the bloke is put a little bit of effort in. It’s only a pic… :-)

  36. MUCH GAYNESS
    He looks skinny there

  37. I’ve done that on my phone, has it worked?

  38. Yes peaches I can see it from ur link

  39. That’s it Peaches.
    Looks a right proper model, don’t he?

    Yes Sheep
    Much Gayness :-)

  40. Bet you wouldn’t get Knuckles modelling like that – not for all the tea in China.
    Right, Sheep?

  41. Ah u be lucky he not a poser , best mate of mine only one fault he has knuckles hes a Swansea fan
    Shameless

  42. Gooner In Exile says:

    So a former business associate of Roman Abramovich who battled him in court has been found dead. More than likely that he is not involved but the speculation will start…..now imagine he owned your club?

  43. weedonald says:

    I saw Podolski play for Koln and he was definitely the rose among many thorns. He is the type of player that loves to pop-up inside or outside the box and shoot. He also loves to roam behind the main striker and setup assists. He tends to move across the field and was very hard to track, because he was always in motion. I can assure all of you AA aficionados that you have NOT seen the best of him. He played for a very poor team in the Bundesliga and yet was among the top scorers in the league. He is, or can be a real leader, and when he plays for Germany, he is very supportive of his teammates…all of whom are generally at or above his level.
    His greatest weaknesses were his poor aerial ability and his lack of pace but he overcame that, just like the BFG with his disciplined play, superb timed runs and deadly shooting. This is his first season with the Arsenal and our style of play is totally different from Koln’s. He is a medium fish in a big pond, whereas in Koln, he was THE big fish in a tepid puddle. Like Giroud, he needs time to adapt to the EPL and its pace but once he has fit in, he will get better and better. He was never injured in Germany but then the officials were far stricter on bad or dangerous tackling than they are in the EPL.

  44. MickyDidIt89 says:

    Manhan,
    Really great debut. Thank you.
    Wow, really tricky one. I have always had a massive problem with the fact that most of his goals in Germany came from moving in towards, or across, the goal from the right so that he could unleash that left thunderbolt.
    No way is his ideal position on the left. One uncomfortable question I cannot answer is: are either Gerv or even Gibbs better in that role?
    For me, it is Giroud or Podolski central.

  45. MickyDidIt89 says:

    And….evening anyone :-)

  46. Gooner In Exile says:

    Btw on Big Als stats it appears the Sagna v Jenkinson question is answered both in numbers and with my own eyes.

    Stats shouldn’t be used to judge players but they are handy guides to look at to see if a player did as well as I thought during the game. Thought “Arteta hasn’t given the ball away” can then be backed up by stats, thought “Ramsey always passes backwards” can be refuted by the stats where it appears he passes forward as much as Arteta.

  47. MickyDidIt89 says:

    Hi GiE,
    Was the murder in London?

  48. MickyDidIt89 says:

    Another question I need answering is, where did Ox play for England, wide right?

  49. Gooner In Exile says:

    There you go Micky speculating about murder already!! I only said found dead

  50. Gooner In Exile says:

    But yes if Ascot is London http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-21913356

  51. Adrian says:

    To me, he isn’t effective enough on the wings and given that I’m not fully convinced with Giroud as a striker, I’d like to see Podolski play as a striker for a couple of games in succession.

  52. MickyDidIt89 says:

    GiE,
    The London Russians are thugs, and their women look like prostitutes. You know it, and I know it :-)

    Anyway, moving swiftly on, if no-one has done a post, or has a better idea, I could scribble away on Ollie for today.

  53. Rasp says:

    Morning Micky, we need a post for today so it would be great if DidIt Dunnit :)

  54. MickyDidIt89 says:

    Righty Ho then Rasp, and morning to you.

  55. MickyDidIt89 says:

    Oooops, there are two Russian looking blokes with dark glasses and thick necks outside the window. I wonder why? Anything I said?

  56. Gooner In Exile says:
  57. MickyDidIt89 says:

    Interesting GiE,
    I have not written an epic, more a follow-on from yesterday, which kind of leads on to the centre forward if, like me, you believe that is the Pod’s best position.

  58. Rasp says:

    We’re just sorting some video clips for today’s post …. will publish soon…….

  59. Morning all

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