Sir Kier Starmer says three Arsenal gamers are simply ‘brilliant to watch’

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Speaking on the Football Cliches Podcast, Labour chief Kier Starmer has been discussing his loves and hates of soccer, and inevitably, he’s touched on his beloved Arsenal.

Starmer grew up as an Arsenal fan, and he’s been a season ticket holder on the Emirates for a few years.

It’s not typically that you just hear the Leader of the Opposition on a soccer podcast, however Starmer clearly is aware of his stuff in terms of The Beautiful Game.

Starmer was very optimistic concerning the future at Arsenal, claiming that Mikel Arteta is constructing an excellent group, reserving particular reward for Gabriel Martinelli, Emile Smith Rowe and Bukayo Saka.

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What’s Starmer stated about Saka, Smith Rowe and Martinelli?

Starmer gave the three Arsenal kids loads of reward.

“At the moment, we’re building, in the Arsenal team at the moment there’s a brilliant team being built up, I really feel, with the young players, they’ve been incredible, Smith Rowe, Martinelli and Saka, these are incredibly talented players that are beginning to play well together and that’s brilliant to watch,” Starmer stated.

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Bright future

Whether or not you agree along with his politics, it must be stated that Starmer is spot on about this Arsenal trio.

The Gunners have three unimaginable mercurial skills coming by right here, and because the Labour chief says, they’re now studying tips on how to play effectively collectively on the high degree.

Mikel Arteta could not have had essentially the most profitable tenure of any Arsenal boss, however in 5 years’ time, don’t be shocked if these three are main the London membership to main honours.

With Saka and Smith Rowe additionally being England internationals, who is aware of? Maybe they’ll even be invited to a celebration at Downing Street if they’ll win the World Cup for England in Qatar.

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