Wojciech Szczesny Urged to Leave Arsenal.

Szczesny Urged to Leave Arsenal

Jerzy Dudek has advised Wojciech Szczesny to leave Arsenal Football Club so as not to lose his place in the Polish national team.

Ever since that nasty dressing room incident (smoking) at Southampton on New Year Day, Szczesny has been dropped so that he now serves as a deputy to David Ospina. He has only started three games since then and this has been a source of worry for the goalkeeper and some of his compatriots who believe he will not be able to keep his place in Poland if he does not play regularly.

The latest person showing concern over Szczesny's lack of games is ex-Liverpool goalkeeper, Dudek. See what he had to say in a recent interview.

“It’s a serious matter,” Dudek told Poland’s TVP Sport. “Fortunately, we have two other goalkeepers who are able to provide an adequate level in our goal.

“In excellent form is Lukasz Fabianski and, on the other hand, Artur Boruc is very experienced. I think [Adam] Nawalka [Poland manager] will wait to make the decision until the very end.

“Wojciech is the least likely to play in the match with Ireland. If I were in his place, I would wonder whether there are still opportunities to arise at Arsenal and wouldn’t wait as long as Fabianski, because you can see that Arsene Wenger is firmly set on David Ospina.

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