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Walcott, Podolski, or Chamberlain? Which One is More Vital

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Arsenal are lacking some real firepower up front, mainly due to Wenger’s unfathamble decision to not sign a new striker, but also due to missing some good players due to injury. Podolski and Walcott were two of our best players last season, with Chamberlain showing glimpses of why we paid so much for him. There is no question about these players abilities, and they are certainly being missed right now. Each player has their own strengths and weaknesses and are individual in their own way. Walcott is fast, Podolski is explosive, while Chamberlain is almost a mixture of the two. The question is, which one is more vital? Vote and leave a comment below!

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15 thoughts on “Walcott, Podolski, or Chamberlain? Which One is More Vital

  1. Walcot, is our best player by far. Even he misses goals he is always dectate our playing style, by his fast pace creates chances to mildfilders to pass the ball and score goals.

  2. There’s no doubt the three are all vital and important to the team but if I were to pick, I’d choose Walcott.

    The three are not similar in their style of play but it must be noted that apart from Walcott being our top scorer last season, he was/is instrumental in our attacking/counter-attacking style of play which has been found wanting of late due to his absence.

    And even though I’d say Poldi is a better clinical finisher than Walcott, he was often found wanting in his defensive play. Tracking back to support the defence is a part of his game he needs to work on more though he improved on this in the second half of last season.

    Ox-Chambo is still behind the two but he’s not that far behind either.

  3. walcutt is a fantastic player in fact the key to arsenal attacking,we really missed him during man u clash, podi is d answer to arsenal goal whenever it is hard to do so podi will bring out goal because he is explosive and sharp.ox is just like walcutt with speed etc

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