You don’t have future here at Arsenal: 6/10 Arsenal man who lost 100% duels v PSV last night have been told he will never play for the club again after what happened yesterday. - soocer442
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You don’t have future here at Arsenal: 6/10 Arsenal man who lost 100% duels v PSV last night have been told he will never play for the club again after what happened yesterday.

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Cedric Soraes’s numerical game

In lieu of Ben White, the former Southampton player was selected to start on Tuesday night in order to provide the Englishman with much-needed recovery before the Gunners face Liverpool twice, Brighton & Hove Albion, West Ham United, and Fulham during a packed and intense Christmas schedule.

 

Regrettably, the former Seagulls defender was called into action in the 62nd minute as his team battled for the lead and worked extremely hard to prevent the Dutch side from doing the same.

 

Despite the fact that Soares received a 6/10 for his performance from the Evening, it was not abysmal. 6/10: You have no future here at Arsenal. A member of Arsenal who lost every duels against PSV last night has been informed he will never play for the club again due to yesterday’s events.Arsenal has not had the best of weeks; in their final Champions League group game of the season, they were held to a 1-1 draw away to PSV Eindhoven, following a 1-0 away defeat to Aston Villa in the Premier League.6/10: You have no future here at Arsenal. A member of Arsenal who lost every duels against PSV last night has been informed he will never play for the club again due to yesterday’s events.6/10: You have no future here at Arsenal. A member of Arsenal who lost every duels against PSV last night has been informed he will never play for the club again due to yesterday’s events.Arsenal has not had the best of weeks; in their final Champions League group game of the season, they were held to a 1-1 draw away to PSV Eindhoven, following a 1-0 away defeat to Aston Villa in the Premier League.Heading into the match, Mikel Arteta’s squad had already secured the top spot in their group. In light of this, the Spaniard made adjustments to his squad, but despite this, the performance remained significantly below expectations.

 

Eddie Nketiah gave the north Londoners the lead in the first half, but for the majority of the contest, they ranked second-best, with fullbacks Jakub Kiwior and Cedric Soares exhibiting, at best, ordinary play.

 

Although the Portuguese right-back did not put in a particularly impressive performance in his first start in over a year, it is time for him to move on and never again don the red and white of Arsenal.Cedric Soraes’s numerical game

In lieu of Ben White, the former Southampton player was selected to start on Tuesday night in order to provide the Englishman with much-needed recovery before the Gunners face Liverpool twice, Brighton & Hove Albion, West Ham United, and Fulham during a packed and intense Christmas schedule.

Regrettably, the former Seagulls defender was called into action in the 62nd minute as his team battled for the lead and worked extremely hard to prevent the Dutch side from doing the same.

 

Even though Soares’ performance was merely adequate, earning him a 6/10 rating from Simon Collings of the Evening Standard, it was neither remarkable nor deserving of another start for the team.

 

Even more so, a rating of 6/10 might be generous, given that he lost all three of his duels that evening, which is abhorrent for any defender, regardless of how aggressive they are.

 

Indeed, he performed poorly in this aspect as well, amassing 0.14 expected assists and a meager 69% passing accuracy.

 

In the end, the journalist Mike White’s characterization of the “defensive liability” did little to disprove this label, as PSV scored the equalizing goal from his side, demonstrating that it is time to permanently remove him from the squad.Arsenal has not had the best of weeks; in their final Champions League group game of the season, they were held to a 1-1 draw away to PSV Eindhoven, following a 1-0 away defeat to Aston Villa in the Premier League.Cedric Soraes’s numerical game

In lieu of Ben White, the former Southampton player was selected to start on Tuesday night in order to provide the Englishman with much-needed recovery before the Gunners face Liverpool twice, Brighton & Hove Albion, West Ham United, and Fulham during a packed and intense Christmas schedule.

 

Regrettably, the former Seagulls defender was called into action in the 62nd minute as his team battled for the lead and worked extremely hard to prevent the Dutch side from doing the same.

 

Even though Soares’ performance was merely adequate, earning him a 6/10 rating from Simon Collings of the Evening Standard, it was neither remarkable nor deserving of another start for the team.

 

Even more so, a rating of 6/10 might be generous, given that he lost all three of his duels that evening, which is abhorrent for any defender, regardless of how aggressive they are.

 

Indeed, he performed poorly in this aspect as well, amassing 0.14 expected assists and a meager 69% passing accuracy.

 

In the end, the journalist Mike White’s characterization of the “defensive liability” did little to disprove this label, as PSV scored the equalizing goal from his side, demonstrating that it is time to permanently remove him from the squad.

 

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