Following recent interview with Arsenal Midfielder Granit Xhaka who said that he feel critisized alot for the mistakes he does, "There are other players who get red cards, but they don’t get criticised as much as I do. I sometimes feel that with me it is deliberately made into a bigger issue than it really is.” Some arsenal legends never took this comment lightly. Further more they insist that the star has no ability that he portrays in the first team.
Former Arsenal striker Kevin Campbell ephasized on the need for arsenal to seek an alternative for Xhaka and let him quit the club, a better partner to Thomas Partey according to the legend is Yves Bissouma.
Unfortunately, for five years since the arrival of Xhaka, Arsenal has never qualify for the Champions league. According to the legend it's not the midfielders fault has he has played his part. However, the star being a Midfielder do he score? A playermaker? The legend empasized that the star is always just part of the game.
How can Arsenal fans react to this legend's set of view? Will Gunners be ready to release Granit Xhaka?
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