Wenger made a mistake in overlooking Arsenal’s need for a striker

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Arsenal’s most curious signing yet?

Date: 3rd February 2014 at 6:33pm
Written by Thomas Hallett

Arsene Wenger’s signing of Kim Kallstrom, made when the club are in a three-horse race for the Premier League title, looks to be the Arsenal manager’s oddest signing in his tenure at the club. Kim Kallstrom doesn’t serve a purpose – or maybe he does, just not one related to on-field matters. And that’s in main due to his inability to play until sometime in March. It was interesting that Arsene Wenger said he wouldn’t have done the deal if he had two more days to work with, citing the club discovered the Swede’s injury problems at 5pm on deadline day. Forget for a moment the annoyance and absurdity of limiting yourself to only two days max of business when January has 31 days in it, and instead focus on what Wenger’s purpose ... Read More

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