Arsenal Team-Mate Leaps To Sanogo’s Defence On Facebook

Daniel Blazer
Daniel Blazer
Daniel Blazer
Managing Editor

February 19th 2014 is a date that will live long in the memory of Yaya Sanogo, as the striker led Arsenal’s line against Bayern Munich in their Champions League Round of Last 16 against Bayern Munich.

When you look at the current Charlton Athletic loanee’s career so far, it’s truly remarkable that Arsene Wenger had belief in Sanogo’s ability.
 


 
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The former Auxerre striker embodies every single frustration Gooners have with Arsene Wenger’s transfer policy, with Le Professeur’s continual reluctance to sign a, what they deem, genuine world-class striker – although it does seem that Arsene is fed up with Giroud.

When you combine football fans’ frustrations and grievances with social media, what occurs isn’t usually particularly pleasant.
 


 
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Footballers are a precious bunch, but sympathy can be given to them when it comes to the bullocks they have to put up with on Twitter, Facebook and the like. Therefore, it was refreshing to not only see Yaya Sanogo put a troll in his place but also Arsenal team-mate Hector Bellerin back up his under fire pal.

 
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