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Of course, it’s been a troubling year for Arsenal, the worst in a long time. It started reasonably well but the last 9 months, in particular, have been disastrous. Very few players have performed particularly well this season but some have stunk the place out more than most. Here are five Gunners stars who had a year to forget.
5) Denis Suarez
It was a brief but disastrous stint in North London for Denis Suarez. The Spaniard was the club’s only arrival in the January window and represented some excitement. However, his playing time was reduced to a handful of sporadic substitute appearances that ranged from ineffective to poor.
4) Granit Xhaka
He may not be at the club much longer but Granit Xhaka has had a poor 2019. The Swiss midfielder has been error-prone throughout and his form culminated in that disastrous on-field outburst at the Gunners fans last month.
3) Shkodran Mustafi
Shkodran Mustafi has quietly had a pretty effective season but it’s hard to ignore just how poor he was last term. The former Germany international made so many errors leading directly to goals with that home match against Crystal Palace coming to mind immediately.
2) Mesut Ozil
He’s been so disappointing this year. Mesut Ozil’s strained relationship with Unai Emery was well publicised but it’s not as if the former Germany international has impressed when he has played. His days at Arsenal are surely numbered.
1) Sokratis Papastathopoulos
It’s not been a good year for him. Sokratis will not look back on 2019 too fondly and rightly so given his performances on the pitch.