Video – Good luck Mustafi but we cannot forget the bad times

Shkodran Mustafi has officially left Arsenal and signed with German outfit Schalke, where he will join up with his former Arsenal teammate Sead Kolasinac.

I do wish Mustafi all the luck in the world and hope that he can help his new club avoid relegation, however, it is very difficult to forget the bad times and there were quite a few sadly.

This video compilation taken from Twitter is just a sample of the nightmares that the 28-year-old gave us all and so while I do hope that he has a successful time in Germany, it is for the best that he has gone.

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  1. Another 35 millions wasted , no returns for the club. The free transfer madness continues. Until we learn to do business like proper clubs.

  2. No need to rub it in. We are still haunted by the worst of Mustafi. Still at the same time though, fan favourite Kolsceny is seen as a hero although he was the reason why Arsenal couldn’t finish in the top four during Wegner’s final season. In almost every game we lost our captain was somewhere in the vicinity of a defensive lapse,which lead to a crucial goal where either he was out muscled, out thought, out jumped or out sprinted. I’m sure the French national coach breathed a sigh of relief after his injury. With him in the team, France would never have won the World cup.

  3. good luck ozil but we cannot forget the bad times…. oh wait, that would cause an Arsenal civil war 😂

  4. We are also thankful to Shkodran for the part he
    played off the pitch.

    “His donation of more than 16,000 meals helped
    vulnerable residents in our local borough of
    Islington during the height of the coronavirus
    pandemic, providing them with an essential food
    service they otherwise wouldn’t have received.

    “Everyone at Arsenal thanks Musti for his contribution
    to the club. We wish him and his family all the best
    for the future.”

    World might be a better place with a few more SM’s

  5. Personally I wish “Musti” all the very best at Schalke.

    I hope he puts all the abuse (some received even when playing well) received at our place behind him, and now looks to the future (relegation unfortunately, but you get my drift).

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