Arsenal’s four young genius players

This is a blend of four Youthful Gunners: Cesc Fabregas, Carlos Vela, Theo Walcott, Jack Wilshere On this compilation, you will see one or two wonderful inspirations of Arsene Wenger’s prodigies. And with the english commentators! Arsenal-academy.com Songs: The Verve – Bitter Sweet Symphony

25 thoughts on “Arsenal’s four young genius players

  1. @rap0zap This is from 2008, and Ramsey only turned into a player of the same level as these guys a little bit after it was made.

  2. today, fabregas is the captain, walcott is the key attacker and wilshere is the midfield general. only vela hasn’t really lived up to his expectations at arsenal but he will

  3. The music is a bit annoying, but the football evens the score!
    Arsenal’s 4 greatest talents in 2008; Today Fabregas is rumoured to Barcelona, Carlos Vela doesn’t get enough matches if you ask me. Theo Walcott did brilliant against Denmark the other day, (Darn it- I’m danish) and Wilshere… Well I don’t even have the words!

  4. Let’s say that a “young” player has to be 23 years or younger:
    Cesc, Nasri, Walcott, Song, Wilshere, Ramsey, Bendtner, Szczęsny, Gibbs, Djorou (turned 24 a few of days ago). All these players are 23 or younger (Except Djorou, who is a world class central defender at the age of 24) and they are the reason why I hope, and think, that Arsenal will be a dominating team in world football for years to come!

  5. Look at 0:17. Cesc runs over to Wenger after he scores, that is team spirit, you cannot buy that. Football is passion.

  6. @YBJ2008 i know football is the beautiful game and all but… and im just saying… if its dying moments and super sub walcott is running at me… i’d just try take him out and take the yellow card :/ liverpool played it stupid there

  7. NO LEAS ESTO//SI LO HAS LEÍDO COPIA Y PEGA ESTO EN 5 VÍDEOS SI NO LO HACES TU MADRE MORIRÁ EN 3 DÍAS POR FAVOR HACERME CASO ES UNA MALDICIÓN

  8. @YBJ2008 dude you arent seeing what hes doing hes pointing at Walcott trying to make all the audiance aplauss for Walcott, and not for his self.

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