Arsenal hero slams ‘embarrassing’ Mesut Ozil - ‘It can’t be everybody else's fault’

Ruben Hill
October 21, 2019

Arsenal legend Martin Keown has slammed Mesut Ozil after the playmaker this week expressed his frustrations at a lack of first team action.

Keown, nevertheless, insists there might perchance be simplest one man who must be shouldering the blame and conceded it's embarrassing for his used club to be left in a scenario whereby their flawless earner has been deemed unselectable. "I think that is something we can't escape from with Ozil", Keown told talkSPORT. He has to substantiate out himself.

The former Brentford player admitted that Ozil's ability to make things look easy sets him apart from the other top players he has faced in his career.

At the moment, is he setting a good example in training?' But, of course, Ozil is a creator, a player with a lot of great quality that I like watching.

I would graft, I would work, give everything I could. I might perchance presumably be collective and reduction the community around me.

"I wouldn't be talking about me". He's taking a gawk about and announcing I'm no longer having fun with now so don't blame me. Well... No. It's about the collective - it's not about you. That's the next step for Ozil now. The different is there.

"I don't see him saying anywhere he is desperate to play".

"When I see somebody that I don't feel is giving everything for the shirt then I feel like I want to question that".

Leeds United wing-back Stuart Dallas has named Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil as one of the most hard players he has ever faced.

He's made more than 230 appearances for the Gunners since his arrival, scoring 43 goals, and providing 74 assists.

Emery has left Ozil out of the squad in Arsenal's last two league matches, and he's still yet to feature in the Europa League.

The former Germany global has been reduced to a bit-part role by Emery this season and has only started one Premier League and one Carabao Cup encounter so far and has spent a total of only 142 minutes on the pitch.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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