Kevin Campbell labels Arsenal man “Dynamite”

Kevin Campbell is full of praise for Gabriel Jesus after his impressive start to life as an Arsenal player.

The Brazilian joined the Gunners in the last transfer window from Manchester City, and he has been a key member of their squad so far.

He is now Arsenal’s main attacker, and their offensive play is built around him.

So far, he has not been disappointing, and the fans are enjoying the swagger he adds to their attack.

Campbell has been impressed with his style of play, and the former Gunner labels him “Dynamite”.

He tells Football Insider:

“Lacazette did a good job linking play but he did not have the energy and the speed to be able to transfer that to the top end. He was not dynamic in the box the way Jesus is.

“Jesus is dynamite. I think he is perfect for what Arsenal do.

“Saka and Martinelli and revelling in the fact that they have got him. You have to account for him. When you account for him it leaves space for Saka and Martinelli. Saka got his goal at the weekend.”

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Jesus has been a breath of fresh air at the Emirates, and he is just getting started.

He has elevated the level of performance of his teammates at the club, and we expect even more from him before this season ends.

Goals have been a part of his game, which is important, but he also deserves credit for how he destroys defences to create chances for others.

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  1. Interesting report on GJ in the Sun today:

    “Thomas Tuchel was reportedly left frustrated over a failed move for Gabriel Jesus this summer.

    The Athletic claims the ex-Chelsea boss was encouraged to sign Jesus from Man City by Todd Boehly.

    But Tuchel rejected the idea before later changing his mind.

    However, this time Boehly did not back Tuchel, who was left annoyed after Jesus made it clear he wanted to join Chelsea over Arsenal.”

    Hmmm it didn’t sound that way during the window, although we don’t get to see everything that happens by a long chalk, this was all done and dusted early on so it seems unlikely all this changing of minds went on in that time frame.

    From the start it sounded very much as though GJ wanted to come to Arsenal to work with MA again. Someone trying to stir things up?

    1. Wouldn’t surprise me, his team mate Sterling went to Chelsea. They offer champions league football and we don’t. They offer higher chance of trophies and are more attractive destination for ambitious players if we are honest with ourselves. I don’t blame him either. I am glad he ended up at Arsenal though.

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