Posted on January 12, 2015 by ADMIN

Injury problems mean Hull is PERFECT for Arsenal’s Sanogo

According to some of the recent Arsenal transfer rumours and a few words from Arsene Wenger, our young French striker Yaya Sanogo is set to spend the rest of the season on loan in order to gain some valuable game time. The Arsenal boss clearly wants that loan spell to be with a Premier League club and with two of them vying for the 21-year old, Wenger will probably get his wish.

But which of the two clubs should Sanogo join? The football media seems to think that Crystal Palace are the clear favourites and with Alan Pardew taking over at Selhurst Park, it looks like it would be a positive experience and hopefuly not a tough relegation battle.

But I think that recent events mean that Sanogo would do better to choose to join Steve Bruce at Hull City. The reason is that Hull’s injury situation means that Sanogo would be almost certain to play, with Alukp, Jelavic and Hernandez all out of action.

The whole idea is for the France under 21 international to play and as well as being sure to do this with the tigers, Steve Bruce actually sets his team up to play with a big centre forward, so it would even suit Sanogo’s game of pace and power. Palace might seem like the better side to join, but they have plenty of options and play in a different way, so the young Gunner could find himself on the bench there as well.

So Yaya, get yourself to Hull and back!

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9 thoughts on “Injury problems mean Hull is PERFECT for Arsenal’s Sanogo

  1. davidnz

    Sanogo is stil raw unknown potential
    I would like to see him get a good
    run of games to see what he can do.
    It makes little difference where he goes
    he either has it or he hasn’t
    If he can stay fit who knows. Good luck to him.

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  2. Greg

    I hope he can settle at a club, where he can get first team action and gain experience to make him a better player! Best of luck to him!

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  3. WembleyMay71

    A loan at an EPL team should do good for Sanogo.

    However, what’s perplexing is that Benik Afobe who’s on loan at MK Dons until the end of the season at which time his contract with Arsenal runs out, and Wenger is allowing him to negotiate with Wolves for a free transfer in the summer.

    Can’t make any sense out of this.

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    1. Aggelos

      You can’t know what is true and what is not behind closed curtains hehe. The only thing we can do is just wait and see.

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  4. henry12

    I know everyone’s really excited to see Walcot back but lets be real for a second OX has been absolutely amzing this season and he deserves the position against Man City.

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    1. GunnerJack

      He’d be amazing if he could shoot straight – pity the people in Row Z!

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  5. fed-up gunner

    Is there an EP team, sanogo can walk into n get enough game action; he either goes 2. D championship or back 2 france

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  6. Bolly

    It is his choice but I think he will choose Palace as its South London and closer to the Arse than Hull.

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  7. Skandalouz

    I would prefer Palace for a loan spell aswell, he has less competition there and they would play him as a target man, Palace tend to cross in balls alot.

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