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Moyes delays his Arsenal decision

David Moyes claims he has a difficult decision to make about his goalkeeper for the game at Arsenal on Sunday.

Speaking to the London Evening Standard in his weekly column he says: “Joe Hart made a mistake for Stoke’s goal and now I have a decision to make.

Adrian was left out following a slight dip in form and I have good competition in the goalkeeping department.

 “Joe played really well at Chelsea a couple of weeks ago and that inclines me to think that yes, we can all make mistakes. We have to try and win the games, though, and I have to ensure I am picking the right players.

I’ve not made a decision on it yet. I’ll have a look at everyone in the remaining two training sessions before Sunday’s match at Arsenal and then decide.

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2 comments on “Moyes delays his Arsenal decision

  1. Hart has been terrible since signing for us with the exception of one 10/10 performance against Chelsea. Adrian has been the more consistent and better keeper. It is a no brainer of a decision and put it this way if he makes the decision to start Hart and another blunder comes his way then I believe Moyes has shown everyone he does not deserve another contract – I think it is obvious to everyone Adrian has to be reinstated.

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