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Re: Gael Clichy - 22
« Reply #1095 on: July 05, 2011, 12:48:12 PM »
Thank's Gael Clichy for everything...He's still better than Cashley cole !!

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Re: Gael Clichy - 22
« Reply #1096 on: July 05, 2011, 01:28:03 PM »
sip deh dijual..
asal cari gantinya, gibbs n traore blm ready first team
atau vermaelen geser kiri aja, cari CB 1 lg yg gede

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Re: Gael Clichy - 22
« Reply #1097 on: July 05, 2011, 01:43:29 PM »
sip deh dijual..
asal cari gantinya, gibbs n traore blm ready first team
atau vermaelen geser kiri aja, cari CB 1 lg yg gede

Cocok, satu pemikiran ::)

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Re: Gael Clichy - 22
« Reply #1098 on: July 05, 2011, 01:57:20 PM »
Thank you very much for the contribution so far Gael, wish you the very best in your new club.
You will be missed.


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Re: Gael Clichy - 22
« Reply #1099 on: July 05, 2011, 02:09:58 PM »
kok mau2nya pindah ke klub minim prestasi kyk gitu, PUUUUUUUUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHHHHH............
gw do'ain ancur prestasi lu!!!

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Re: Gael Clichy - 22
« Reply #1100 on: July 05, 2011, 02:42:03 PM »
@om raven: clichy dianggap produk gagal? r u sure? dia memang tidak sukses..tdk sesukses senior2nya di left back, tp kalo liat overall performanya selama 7 thn ini..bisa dbilang bagus lho...imho... :)

7 musim dengan 1 gelar EPL dan 2 FA saat masi backup ashley cole.
setelah jadi 1st team tidak kasi kontribusi yang nyata.
malah brapa musim trakir jadi pembuat peluang gol musuh..
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Re: Gael Clichy - 22
« Reply #1101 on: July 05, 2011, 02:46:22 PM »
gimana klo di sebut produk nanggung .. ;D

udah ahhh... tinggal nunggu mod tutup thread ini

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Re: Gael Clichy - 22
« Reply #1102 on: July 05, 2011, 02:56:29 PM »
Arsenal loses a stalwart, Gael Clichy
JUL 5
Posted by enigma106
The first ever back five I witnessed as an Arsenal fan was the all-English affair that had goons like Tony Adams, Martin Keown, Nigel Winterburn, Lee Dixon and David Seaman. These men were as solid as ever and made their consistency count because they won many titles in their time at the club. Shortly after retirement, Nigel became a commentator, Martin became a scout, Seaman cut off his amazing ponytail and Tony put his hands in club management.

Arsene Wenger also had a second generation back five that had multinationals representing Africa and Europe. Mad Jens Lehmann was the custodian between the sticks, Lauren Etame-Mayer did his thing down the right. His wonderful own-goal against Manchester City cannot be forgotten though. Big Sol Campbell was a subject of controversy after switching to Arsenal despite playing for the old enemy. He left the club to Portsmouth on a bad note but did well to quell his demons and win the fans back in his second coming in the 2008/09 season. Kolo Abib Toure started his Arsenal career as a right back but Wenger’s faith in him paid dividends as Kolo became one of the fastest and most consistent defenders in the Premier League.

My main focus will go to the left back position occupied by Cashley Cuntly Cole. The Arsenal Academy product was sent on loan to Crystal Palace at the start of his Arsenal career but he came of age in the 2003/04 season when Arsenal made history by being the first time to scale through an entire season without defeat. Cuntly Cole had reserves of pace and stamina and he also formed a telepathic understanding with Robert Pires.

While Cole was strutting his stuff on the left flank, Wenger went to AS Cannes in 2003 to sign a relatively young left back for a meager fee of £250,000. On the 28th of October, 2003, the youngster made his Arsenal debut in a league Cup encounter against Rotherham United. His league debut came a month later in the 3-0 victory against Birmingham City. In his first season at Arsenal, he won his first league title at the milk age of 18.

He was Cole’s deputy in his second season at Arsenal but he played in the FA Cup and the Carling Spoon. He played 15 league games for Arsenal but his season was cut short by a foot injury he sustained in April 2005. His 2005/06 season wasn’t too glittering because he and Cole suffered similar foot injuries that sidelined them for eons. This made Wenger deploy Mathieu Flamini as a stand-in left back.

Following Cole’s departure in 2006, the left back position was his to keep. He had a foot surgery that summer so he missed the first three months of the campaign. The 2006/07 season was his most creative season because he laid on seven assists for his teammates. He was ever-present in the 2007/08 season and he played all 38 league games for Arsenal. He also amassed a total of 49 games in all competitions. His performances that campaign earned him a place in the 2008 PFA Team of the Year along with fellow teammates Bacary Sagna, Cesc Fabregas and Emmanuel Greedybayor. In the summer of 2008, he signed a new contract extension till 2012. Unfortunately, that was his last.

He broke his Arsenal duck in the 2-1 defeat to Stoke in November 2008. He was part of the Arsenal squad that had an impregnable home form in the Champions League that saw Wenger’s team keep clean sheets against Fenerbahce, Galatasaray, Dynamo Kiev, AS Roma and Villarreal. He suffered a back stress fracture that made him miss the semifinal encounter against Manchester United.

In his final two seasons at Arsenal, he slightly became the shadow of the player that was heralded as the best left back of the league years ago. He had on and off games and made some glaring match-costing errors that raised a few eyebrows regarding his future at the club. On the international scene, he has represented France 10 times and was included in the 23-man squad that was a major disgrace in the World Cup at South Africa. He spent a great chunk of the tourney at the bench but he made his maiden World Cup appearance in the 2-1 defeat to the hosts South Africa.

In his time at Arsenal, he won three trophies, the Premier League (2004), the Community Shield (2004) and the FA Cup (2005). As a player, he has blistering pace, the stamina of a bison, extremely high work rate, good anticipation skills, a resilient attitude and an agile nature but he had some noteworthy flaws which include poor crossing, poor positioning and a Self Destruct chip.

When Arsenal went through their sixth season without a trophy, Gael Clichy had one more year in his contract so he had the option of extending his stay at the club or seeking greener pastures elsewhere. He chose the latter and his account is going to be very green because he has successfully completed a £7m move to Manchester City..

Clichy had this to say,

“I have had eight fantastic years at Arsenal and made many friends. I have so many great memories from my time at Highbury and Emirates Stadium. I would like to say thank you to everyone at Arsenal for all of their support and friendship. I also want to send a big thank you to all the Arsenal supporters, who have always been so good to me.”

Sayonara Gael Clichy.

I’ll miss those surges of energy down the left, your commitment and your burning desires to win trophies. I hope you’ll remember that your new club and your previous employers challenge for the same trophies but time will tell who will cross the finish line first.

Thanks for your amazing years of service.

"sekilas sejarah clichy,,buat agan2 yg bilang dia produk gagal or whatsoever,,dia uda beri yg terbaik,,saatnya mencari pengganti yg sepadan,,"

TUESDAY, 05 JULY 201112 COMMENTS »
Sorry, but Clichy leaving is not good news
THIS is bad.
Three nailed on first teamers, all age 24 or 25, wanting to go. One already confirmed gone, the other two very possibly following him.
You need much clearer evidence that something simply is not right. These guys don’t want to play for Arsene Wenger any more.
With Cesc there are, admittedly, some extenuating circumstances. With Clichy and Nasri, not a great deal. We are losing players approaching their prime and in Cesc and Clichy, our two longest serving players, not that anyone at Arsenal is ever that long serving any more.
Arsene was at least fairly lucid when commenting on Gael’s departure. He said: “Gaël… has been a crucial part of the team over recent seasons.”
The problem is that begs the very obvious question as to why we are selling a component of our team considered crucial by the manager?
The scary thing is that had City not come in, it seems Gael was prepared to move to Liverpool. Yes, to Liverpool. Things were apparently that desperate.
I love Gael but it was interesting to read in his comments that even he is not immune from the footballer curse of self delusion on a grand scale.
He said yesterday: “We started well and collapsed at the end of the season after the (Carling Cup) final.
“These things happen in football. That is why you can see the importance of having a big squad.
“We had a few players out at the same time. It was difficult to cope with that. We lost (Cesc) Fabregas and (Robin) van Persie at the same time.”
That is simply not true. We didn’t have players out. We had a perfectly big squad. We had plenty of fit players not even making the bench during the time we collapsed. Cesc was out for a bit but he was just about the only one. Robin Van Persie was basically fit continuously from December.
We were simply rubbish. The manager couldn’t get the players going. And the players couldn’t get themselves going. No excuses.
And that’s what annoys me. Only RVP, Jack Wilshere and (just about) Cesc can really say they did themselves real justice last season.
Either way, it is a mess. I know Clichy made the odd crucial mistake but he was one of the few players who would squeeze the opposition when they needed squeezing.
He also, as Arsene correctly pointed out, always gave 100%, which is something that even Arsene acknowledged not all of his squad seemed to be giving at times last season.
Which again, begs the question, why if we have a problem with players not giving 100% have we allowed one of the ones who does to leave?
In terms of replacing Clichy, there is Gibbs. But he has hardly shown himself capable of playing a full season injury free. Admittedly nor had Gael at his age and last year Gael started the most league games in the squad (tied with Sagna). The other option appears to be Vermaelen at left back, which would mean another complete reshuffle in the centre.
Not great.

Clichy eyes silverware

Gael Clichy fired a parting shot at Arsenal by saying he has moved to Manchester City to win trophies after completing a £7m move.

http://www.clubcall.com/arsenal/clichy-eyes-silverware-1235039.html

'kapan trit ini ditutup yak?kan bkn pemaen arsenal lg hehe"

Who is going to replace Clichy? Here are 4 Players who can

Now the search is on to find someone to take over from Clichy for this coming season. There are 4 players that we think would be suitable candidates.

Player 1 of 4
Gibbs is already an Arsenal player and he will get more game time if Cichy does leave. The fact that he is already at Arsenal makes him the first choice to replace Clichy. Gibbs still has a lot to learn as he is young but he will only get better. It is a pity he is missing out on the Euro Under 21 Tournament due to injury as that would have helped him a lot.
KIERAN GIBBS

Player 2 of 4
Baines is arguably the best left-back in the league and these are the kinds of players we need to sign if we are to be serious this coming season. Everton will not want to sell their star player but if we show them the money they will sell. Arsene should do all he can to get Baines.
LEIGHTON BAINES

Player 3 of 4
Figueroa helped Wigan stay up in the league and he was ever present in their side. A very under rated player at left-back but the fact that he has a lot of Premier League experience means that he will not need time to settle in. He will not cost as much as Baines which makes him a good deal.
MAYNOR FIGUEROA

Player 4 of 4
Zhirkov has struggled ever since he joined Chelsea and they may be looking to offload him when the new manager comes in. If they do want to sell then he would not be a bad buy to fill in at left-back. He would be linking up with Arshavin again which may bode well for the two.
YURI ZHIRKOV
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Re: Gael Clichy - 22
« Reply #1103 on: July 05, 2011, 06:51:58 PM »
Meninggalkan jejak sebelum trit ini ditutup...

Yah clichy keluar. Good luck deh buat dia...

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Re: Gael Clichy - 22
« Reply #1104 on: July 21, 2011, 06:16:45 PM »
kok mau2nya pindah ke klub minim prestasi kyk gitu, PUUUUUUUUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHHHHH............
gw do'ain ancur prestasi lu!!!
perasaan musim kemaren prestasi mancit lebih bagus ketimbang arsenal... juara piala FA dan 1 peringkat liga di atas arsenal di akhir musim.

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Re: Gael Clichy - 22
« Reply #1104 on: July 21, 2011, 06:16:45 PM »