Abou Diaby


#21

I feel sorry for him. Yes there are many who lost their careers to injuries(Dean Ashton comes to my mind, I feel bad for him/them as well), but whenever it’s an obvious talent, I do feel bad.
Especially when it is evident how much the player wants to make it work.

Not everyone is talented & capable of being great, so when that is not realised due to external factor, it’s a shame.


#22

#23

19 goals in 19 years…not great ratio.


#24

A travesty. A tragic loss of talent only comparable in the recent history of western civilisation to that of Rimbaud, Lorca, or Aaliyah.


#25

Diabys one good game in 15 will be missed for sure.


#26

Abou :cry:


#27

He is risking his ability to walk imo now.
Really should hang up & move on.

He has had enough time to think of an alternative career.


#28

Terrible news for Marseille.


#29

#30

I assumed this bump was something to do with the Ballon d’or nominations.


#31

We were mad to sell him, look how much he brings to the team :gunnersaurus:


#32

Was it Abou’s sale that made Cuellar anti Wenger?


#33

This guy is so unlucky. He didn’t deserve it.


#34

Diaby’s had more ankle surgeries than Pogba has dabbed


#35

That’s because Pogba rarely scores in order to do them, unless its a promo vid for himself or a sponsor


#36

Nah, it was your posts.


#37

You give me too much credit :kissing:


#38

I’m thinking of going into business with Abou selling specialist injury treatment tables ,
His inside Knowledge of all things remedial will asurely be a plus for any forward thinking Club.
We can have different types of tables , The Wilshere ,The Welbeck are two in the Premiership from stockton and bottomly ,Surrey !


#39

Prior joining Arsenal, what was his injury récord? Was he like this before?


#40

He was fine but Dan Smith snapped his ankle and hes never been the same since .