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Arsenal: Neville Says Auba Should be Sold, Why Smith Rowe Was Benched, Fans Want Pepe Back

Pierre Emerick Aubameyang

Football pundit Gary Neville has made a big statement after claiming that Arteta should start considering selling Pierre Emerick Aubameyang because at the moment his performances have become problematic, to say the least. Neville said that a lot of attention and focus has been paid to the striker but he is not delivering the results wanted by the fans. Neville also pointed out that he has been handed chances numerous times this season but flopped almost all of them.

“Arteta cannot pretend to be trudging forward after Aubameyang’s recent terrible results. He must address his desire for a prolific striker in the upcoming transfer window and Aubameyang should be on Arsenal’s transfer list. I am sure that I am not the only one thinking about this.”

Emile Smith Rowe

Emile Smith Rowe was left out of Arsenal’s match yesterday after the medical team reported that the 21-year-old had a right groin injury. Mikel Arteta explained before the match that Smith Rowe’s injury was not that serious and he hopes that he will be available for the weekend match. Smith Rowe has been pivotal in Arsenal’s recent matches and his absence was greatly felt yesterday at Goodison Park.

Against Southampton however, fans expect the starting eleven to be sharper and more clinical as well as be able to protect a lead. Smith Rowe will definitely be one of the players who will make it into the starting lineup.

Nicolas Pepe

Fans are now desperate for the return of Nicolas Pepe who has barely had an EPL action this season. The Ivorian seems to have been forgotten and in his place, younger players have been preferred. But after analyzing yesterday’s match, Nicolas Pepe must definitely make an appearance if Arteta is to rescue Arsenal again.

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