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15,000+ Arsenal fans were given control of the club: This is who they would keep and sell (Part 2)

Big decisions

After over 320,000 individual votes from Arsenal followers across Arsenal’s entire first-team squad, the feeling on each and every player is determined.

In portion 2, the focus turns to the midfielders. If you would like to see the deterioration of the goalkeepers and advocates, click here.

The midfield for Arsenal is arguably the most important area of the tone needing courtesy this summer.

Uncertainties over Joe Willock, Granit Xhaka and Ainsley Maitland-Niles in addition to Martin Odegaard and Dani Ceballos returning to Real Madrid from a year-long loan deal.

Mikel Arteta and Arsenal will be looking to bring in reinforcements but who do the devotees think should be kept and who should be sold.


Ainsley Maitland-Niles- Sell

Maitland-Niles is difficult to put into a category as his best position, despite being 23, is still unknown. Arsenal devotees on the whole have voted in favour of attend him leave this summer which they may look back on a sizeable bid from Wolves in 2020 with a large amount of regret for the fraternity not accepting now.

15,000+ Arsenal fans were given control of the club: This is who they would keep and sell (Part 2)

West Bromwich Albion’s Ainsley Maitland-Niles during the Premier League match at the Hawthorns, West Bromwich. Picture date: Sunday February 14, 2021.( Photo by Nick Potts/ PA Images via Getty Images)

A loan at West Brom has done little to salvage that position of value but he could and should still earn a decent reward. Young, homegrown, England international with Premier League experience with versatility. Love will have to wait and see.


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Matteo Guendouzi- Sell

The Frenchman has been quite the controversial flesh at the society since arriving from Lorient. Controversy behind the scenes, throwing up 2-1 compose directions at Watford only to draw 2-2 and visualizing his last game for Arsenal against Brighton end with some unsavoury scenes.

Despite his huge potential, it emerges countless Arsenal devotees have had enough of the man who devote this season away from the sorority on loan with Hertha Berlin.

Still, to see more than 65% of the votes in favour of his divergence is a little surprising. Arteta’s decision reinforced?


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Lucas Torreira- Sell

Who would have saw the impressive exposes considered by the Uruguayan after he participated Arsenal from Sampdoria would watch him leave the club for a negligible cost precisely a few years later.

15,000+ Arsenal fans were given control of the club: This is who they would keep and sell (Part 2)

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He spent this season on lend Atletico Madrid after falling out of favour with Mikel Arteta but has barely played in Spain and the recent loss of his mother has encountered a call from the midfielder and his family members for Arsenal to let him leave and join boyhood club, Boca Juniors, in Argentina.

All of these factors compounded obviously mean that the fanbase therefore hoped that those wishings fulfilled.


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Mohamed Elneny- Sell

Mohamed Elneny is the antithesis of a utility actor at Arsenal. Comes in when called upon and sets in decent presentations with safe transfers and a disciplined sentiment on the pitch. With the odd screamer now and again.

Elneny likewise seems material with this role and it is unlikely he will be sold this summer. Arteta appreciates what he adds to the side and with Ceballos becoming and further departures a possible, propping onto the Egyptian may be the smart-alecky move.

However, it is the opinion of the majority that he should be moved on from the society. With Arsenal needing a ruthless time, it appears Elneny has fallen victim to plenty of his fellow long-time servers of the club.


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Granit Xhaka- Keep

Until a few days ago, the future of Granit Xhaka was apparently assured. The midfielder has been an integral part of the club’s starting eleven.

However, reports suggest that he could be open to a is removed from the fraternity. This would be against what a majority of the members of the follower locate wishing nonetheless with 68.4% of voters opt the participate to stay at the Gunners.

Xhaka was deputising at left-back whilst Kieran Tierney was injured and the two sides searched much weaker in the middle with Thomas Partey tasked with both defensive and extending obligations with Xhaka’s presence lacking.

This proved to be a decision that penalty the golf-club greatly in the end-of-season lope. Could he now leave the club very soon?


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Thomas Partey- Keep

The signing which inspired many Arsenal fans to believe that the season would be a lot better than it will eventually turn out.

Thomas Partey arrived from Atletico Madrid on deadline date after Arsenal activated his PS4 5 million release clause. Partey was touted to become one of the very best contracts the team had started but a series of harms in the first half of the season cost him regularity in the 11 and the chance to transition smoothly.

He has played much more in the second half but has appeared to be trying too hard at times to stir stuff happen, losing owned. Nonetheless, there is no doubting his caliber in comparison to his teammates glints through and a preseason may be all he required to shape the step up to his expected level shown at Atleti so many times.

It is unsurprising to see more than 95% of the follower base still wanting to see more from the Ghanaian.


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Joe Willock- Keep

Joe Willock’s event is interesting. The England youth international, had the ballot been ran prior to his credit to Newcastle, may have seen some very different results.

However, as a testament to his success in the North East, the feeling has shaken dramatically in his advocate with 63.4% of supporters missing Willock to remain with the squad this summer.

15,000+ Arsenal fans were given control of the club: This is who they would keep and sell (Part 2)

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Willock has composed some gargantuan purposes for the Magpies which has highlighted how few strikes have come from the Arsenal midfield.

Could the 21 -year-old be the man who Arsenal might need next season in the middle and could it be a huge coin saver for the club in regards to focusing investment on the full-back and Partey partner places?


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Emile Smith-Rowe- Keep

The young Hale End graduate is seen by countless to be the future of Arsenal’s attacking midfield and for good reason. Managing to compose against both West Brom and Chelsea of late.

The end product has been the biggest criticism of his recreation and should this be a sign of things to come, Smith-Rowe could be on for a stellar first full season during the 21/22 campaign.

The fan base, unsurprisingly, adore the youngster and it is shown in the vote.


-- The Gooner Talk (@ TheGoonerTalkTv) May 11, 2021

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Photos: Man United fans break into club’s training ground to stage protest against Glazers

A enormous group of Manchester United supporters gained access to the club’s Carrington training base on Thursday, to stage protests against the Glazer family.

ESL collapses

The move on the part of the Red Devils faithful of course comes amid the continued backlash stemming from plans for a new European Super League.

For those unaware of the situation, last Sunday, a dozen of the continent’s top fraternities- including six from the Premier League- unveiled plans to break away from the current structures of the game, to species a' Super League’.

The initiative was must be established as a Champions League alternative of kinds, which would have assure a total of 20 surfaces from across the continent vie it for the deed each season.

The main issue attraction with the contender, nonetheless, was its' closed shop’ format, entailing 15 of the clubs involved would have been guaranteed involvement without requiring qualification.

Photos: Man United fans break into club’s training ground to stage protest against Glazers

MADRID, SPAIN- MARCH 16: President Florentino Perez of Real Madrid during the UEFA Champions League match between Real Madrid v Atalanta Bergamo at the Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano on March 16, 2021 in Madrid Spain( Photo by David S. Bustamante/ Soccrates/ Getty Images)

Such contrives, combined with the fact that the Super League was widely viewed as little more than a play on the part of the rich to get even richer, soon resulted in widespread judgment, and protests.

In turn, on Tuesday evening, less than 48 hours after its initial bulletin, the project collapsed, when Chelsea and Manchester City were followed in vary by the rest of the Premier League’s' big six’.

Arsenal, Liverpool, Man Utd and Spurs have all formally withdrew from the European Super League.

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Reds hit back

The fallout stemming from the situation, however, has since continued.

Supporters across the continent have made use of the opportunity to push those responsible for the ESL out of their respective clubs.

The most high-profile thus far of course came at Manchester United, where Ed Woodward stepped down from his persona as exec vice-chairman late on Tuesday night.

Photos: Man United fans break into club’s training ground to stage protest against Glazers

HULL, ENGLAND- AUGUST 27: Ed Woodward arrives at the stadium during the Premier League competition between Hull City and Manchester United at KCOM Stadium on August 27, 2016 in Hull, England.( Photo by Matthew Lewis/ Getty Images)

And, this afternoon, efforts to bring about further convert at Old Trafford have stepped up.

This comes after a large group of Red Devils adherents managed to gain access to the club’s training ground, to place a protest at the Glazer family.

The individuals involved blocked the entryway to Carrington, and even managed to make their way onto the first-team pitch.

The move comes amid a concerted push to convince Joel Glazer and co. to sell the club, after the American businessman played a central role in the establishment of the Super League.

Breaking: Man United love have blocked the entry at the club’s training ground in protest at the Glazers and plans to enter a European Super League.

They have offset their behavior onto the first team pitching

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Barcelona looking to move four players on in summer including Coutinho & Griezmann

Barcelona’s 2020/21

Barcelona have had a somewhat mixed 2020/21 campaign to date.

La Blaugrana abode a very slow start to the La Liga season, which heard Atletico Madrid open up a huge gap at the Spanish top-flight summit.

However, Diego Simeone’s side have dipped off somewhat in recent months, with Barca’s form improving a great deal.

This had led to Ronald Koeman’s side being able to close the gap with Atletico to merely four stations with 10 plays of the season remaining.

Barcelona, though, once again had a nightmare in the Endorses League, crashing out of the rival in the Round of 16 vs PSG, losing 5-2 over two legs.

Barcelona looking to move four players on in summer including Coutinho & Griezmann

BARCELONA, SPAIN- FEBRUARY 16: Head Coach Ronald Koeman of FC Barcelona lookings on during the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 match between FC Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain at Camp Nou on February 16, 2021 in Barcelona, Spain. Sporting fields around Spain remain under strict restrictions due to the Coronavirus Pandemic as Government social distancing ordinances proscribe followers inside venues developing in sports being played behind closed- door.( Photo by Alex Caparros- UEFA/ UEFA via Getty Images)

Players Barcelona could move on

So, whilst Barcelona may well be able to reclaim La Liga this season, them triumphing another Champs League anytime soon doesn’t seem that likely.

Barca’s squad is fairly unbalanced and full of participates bought for big money who have done very little to justify their price-tag- Philippe Coutinho, Antoine Griezmann and Ousmane Dembele being the obvious examples.

If the latest word doing the rounds in Spain is true, though, then Barcelona could undergo something of a clear-out this summer.

According to El Confidencial, Barcelona have a short-term debt of EUR7 30 m. It is added that if the Spanish powerhouse want to improve their squad in the summer, they need to lighten their wage loading before enrolling the market.

And, in the above-linked report, four identifies ought to have foreground for potential marketings in the upcoming window.

The first of these is Antoine Griezmann, who it is claimed Barca are' testing’ possible customers for.

Elsewhere, Coutinho, Samuel Umtiti and Francisco Trincao could be sold by the club, with the latter, whose agent Jorge Mendes has strong ties to Wolves, said to be of interest to certain English sides.

And though it is not mentioned in the report, Barca wanting to sell Coutinho may have something to do with the fact that the Spaniards will have to pay Liverpool EUR2 0m if he plays another 10 sports for their club.

On the other side of the silver, El Confidencial claims that Lionel Messi, Ansu Fati, Pedri Gonzalez and Ilaix Moriba are viewed as players that are' untouchable’.

This may prove to be a big blow for Manchester United, who the hell ascribed with an interest in Moriba earlier this year and were even believed to have made a firm proposal for the youngster.

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Why India must make Google, FB pay for content

As the world’s largest democracy, as its second-largest online market, as a soon-to-become fastest growing major economy, India should have taken the lead on moving Google and Facebook- two alarmingly prevailing world super-monopolies- repay a fair share of earnings they perform from domestically produced news content on the internet.Even more so because, first, India’s government has demonstrated it is perfectly willing to take on Big Tech on numerou other figureheads and, second, it has made atmanirbharata( self-reliance) its economic program mantra. A gigantic democracy with growing internet market power run by a government that champions regional enterprise and can get tough on world participates is just about the excellent candidate to be a key player in this fight.But it was Australia that made the lead-in. A rule that’s almost certain to be passed by its parliament will impose payment indebtedness on Big Tech. And Australian PM Scott Morrison was entirely right to call for a global alliance of democracies to construct Google and Facebook pay much more for word material they profit from.Some other democracies have made a few stairs or half paces. Led by France, European countries have started determining rules and launched investigations. Discussions on remedial activity are collecting momentum in the US. So far, there’s nothing in India. Even though , nothing could be clearer than the example for realizing Big Tech spit up more fund to democratic India’s news content publishers. Let’s explain it simply, site by detail: Plausible, fact-checked news is a bedrock of republic. This should be self-evident. Imagine waking up one morning and finding out that tweets, posts and internet videos by just about anyone , none of whom has a reputation to protect or responsibility to adhere to or is bound by laws, is your ONLY source of story. How will our republic exist that? It can’t.Producing credible report takes fund, a lot of fund. Reporters have to be trained and paid. A big report gathering infrastructure has to be paid for.The internet has become a major distribution channel for word, like it has for so many other things. But two companies dominate internet traffic for word. Around 80% of external traffic to story websites is carried by Google and Facebook. Also, news is a big source of traffic for internet behemoths. Around 40% of trending queries in Google are news related.Now, because Google and Facebook dominate internet traffic, they take away a huge share of advertising revenue- between 70% to 80%- that comes from digital consumption of story. As digital dispensation of news stretches, and therefore, income from other distribution representations comes down, the current internet model for bulletin leaves fewer and less revenue for publishers.Remember, while this is happening, the cost of producing plausible news is not coming down. So, story publishers has become more and more constricted over time.So, what happens? Domestic, reputable publishers who have painstakingly constructed a report symbol over decades start challenging an unsustainable business model. As the country’s news industry flinches, the dissemination of information regarding plausible word comes under threat. And then we face the prospect of a republic where bulletin is what trolls on Twitter say it is.Now think of a situation where Google and Facebook are by law or regulation obliged to pay a bazaar share of earnings from digital delivery of story. This is what will happen 😀 omestic bulletin manufacture, vital to India’s democracy, is financially viable. Because its revenues from digital news distribution increase.Hundreds of thousands of jobs in the news industry are saved over time in a country where increasing the proportion of white collar employment is a critical goal of public policy.The government comes more tax revenue because it is far easier to collect tax from the domestic news industry than from multinational tech companies.This is the proposition Australia’s proposed law is based on. Its government wants the information publishing business to be financially viable because it knows Australian democracy needs a viable Australian news media. That’s why France and the UK, Germany and Spain have started taking on Big Tech. And this is why India’s government must act, too.And India has one advantage as a late starter. It has been noted that concerted government war can unbend global super-monopolies. In Australia, Google is inducing is working with individual publishers. Facebook, after a inessential blackout of news, is seeking to renegotiate. And modifications of the Australian statute are a tower threat both tech beings now face across democracies.India can- and must- start acting on its own version of a statute or an appropriate set of the rules of procedure. And once it does, because of its current busines size and future market potential, there’s no way Google and Facebook can simply discount what’s being done here.How can the government start the process? There are currently several options. The Competition Commission of India can start a suo motu investigation. Or the information and broadcasting ministry can be the agency that kickstarts the process. For example, it can call for, say, a 45 -day consultation period asking for inputs from all stakeholders. And then placed a time frame for drafting a bill, as Australia did.Some professionals hint the government can down the line set up a new digital busines to tackle all complex issues, including those involving news publishing, arising out of dominance of Big Tech. Others intimate looking at the Copyright Act for options on imposing licensing cost for content, roughly the itinerary France has taken.Therefore, there’s plenty the government can do, and do swiftly. The world environment has finally turned. Big Tech is on notice in other republics for destroying the viability of independent journalism. It must be on notice in India, too. An atmanirbhar India needs an atmanirbhar news industry.

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