Arsenal boss George Graham is running out of patience with his shot-shy strikers – and today hinted he could plunge into the transfer market to solve the problem. The Gunners, who faced Norwich later that day, had scored just two goals in their previous five domestic matches. But their manager Graham George was concerned that his team was too reliant on Ian Wright and was becoming a one-man show.
George Graham said ‘’Defensively we are playing exceptionally well. We have let in only three goals since the opening day. But I am looking for someone to spark us off upfront. I might have to change things around. Last year Manchester United had the same problem, they went out and got Eric Cantona, that did the trick. Whether we can do it with the players here remains to be seen. If not, and the right players come along, then we’ll see.’’
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