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Football GIF: Gervinho Misses Uber-Sitter In Arsenal’s Feeble Defeat At Bradford

By Alan Duffy

To be fair to poor old Gervinho, he does try his best. But for the majority of his Arsenal career so far, his good points have been rather overshadowed by his rather dubious finishing ability. This lack of a real clinical edge was there for all to see at Valley Parade on Tuesday night, when he made a right balls of a rather easy chance to score for the Gunners.

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By Alan Duffy on December 11th, 2012 in Arsenal, GIFs, League Cup. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
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9 Responses to “Football GIF: Gervinho Misses Uber-Sitter In Arsenal’s Feeble Defeat At Bradford”

  1. [...] front for Arsenal, Lukas Podolski failed to make much of an impact while Gervinho was his usual sloppy self. However, the Gunners did improve after the break, with Jack Wilshere driving his side forwards and [...]

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  3. [...] front for Arsenal, Lukas Podolski failed to make much of an impact while Gervinho was his usual sloppy self. However, the Gunners did improve after the break, with Jack Wilshere driving his side forwards and [...]

  4. Francis says:

    I’ve just about given up hope on Gervinho. He just cannot get it together. Not that any of the other Arsenal players were much better than he was. It seems as though they do not know each other. I’ve never seen more misplaced passes from a team that play so regularly. Most of the players lack confidence. They would beat a man and have an open field ahead of them only to toss the ball somewhere where no other team member could reach it. Sadly, anybody could beat this Arsenal team at the moment. So much for Wenger’s pride. It’s just plain lunacy to play Gervinho as a CF ahead of Walcott. The only man I would bet my money on at the moment is “that guy with one foot already out of Arsenal’s door.”

  5. Terry Shedingham says:

    A couple of those Bradford players look genuinely disappointed that he missed

  6. Quentin Tarrantino says:

    Speaking of having eaten too many crisps….
    Go to 1:00 minutes…

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJnJRAMm5E0&feature=player_embedded

    The rest of the vids are worth a look. I love Scottish people!
    http://www.fitbathatba.com/p/videos.html

  7. tangeni says:

    Wenger is one of the highest paid manager in the world and had been delivering zeros. Why he is so untouchable? He is old, passed his best and alawys buying waste players and pay peanuts. The solution to our beloved Arsenal FC is that Arsenal Wenger must leave now before everything become more worse. The old man must please go back to his native France and let replace him with one of the two former Barcelona men, Pep and or Frank

  8. Patrick says:

    I agree about Gervinho simply not being good enough for a club like Arsenal. And actually, most of the players out there last game and for most of this season strike me similarly. How many of them would make Arsenal squads of years past? Not many. 3? 4? 1?

  9. Jarren says:

    For every great touch or sublime finish Gervinho manages, he makes more than enough errors and fluffed chances.

    He sucks, and I don’t know how he manages to even get on the Arsenal subs bench.

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