Most of the players who are regular starters for Arsenal football club are performing very well, but some of them are still struggling to make an impact in the team. Similarly, some players are also staying on the bench despite performing well.
Some of the bench warmers are players who have proven to be very effective players and they deserve to become regular starters. Here are 3 Arsenal players who should become regular starters for the team due to their recent performances.
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1 - Nuno Tavares: This is one player who really performed well for the Gunners when they were playing friendly matches ahead of this season, he has been performing very well any time he is given the chance to feature for the team.
He has the ability to push the ball forward to support the attack, he is good in providing superb defensive cover for the team and he knows how to connect the defense line with the attack.
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2 - Nicolas Pepe: The Ivorian forwarder was a key player for Arsenal football club last season, but he has been relegated to the bench this season. He is still a very good player and he deserves to be a regular starter for the team.
He is one player who can help the team to score more goals this season, he is a complete attacker who can score many goals for the club and can also assist other strikers to score.
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3 - Eddie Nketiah: This is one player who has been very fantastic for the club despite being an Academy product, he is a very good striker who can solve the goal scoring problem at the club.
He has not been playing many matches for Arsenal football club this season, but he has proven to be a good player with a lot of potentials in the few matches that he has played.
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In your own opinion, which of these players do you think should become a regular starter at Arsenal football club? Share your thoughts with us, thanks.
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