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A comfortable win tonight  , but the downside two centre half's go off injured then Ramsey comes. On then has to go off injured ,   two each for Giroud , and Theo  , Hull huffed and puffed but apart from one good save from Ospina the didn't threaten a lot , but as the commentator. Said probably more interested in getting promotion ,  when the game was over a banner was held up when the players went over to the away fans which said Arsene thanks for the memories but time to go ,  ,Wrighty was not impressed about this after the game ,.

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Older , Sss  your team took a hell of a beating ,  pub cup hangover   Dortmund  not even an elite European team , wait for it Mangle the excuses ,  what is it young team , ????   Injuries?  Concentrating on the league ?   Don't want to win it ?  The mighty Villa up next  , well you can join in with the big boys next season  Champs league is in touching distance for the spuds unless the chef's at  Spurs are still Gunners supporters ha ha , don't take it to heart just banter  guys  :thumbsup:.

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42 minutes ago, stevieb said:

Older , Sss  your team took a hell of a beating ,  pub cup hangover   Dortmund  not even an elite European team , wait for it Mangle the excuses ,  what is it young team , ????   Injuries?  Concentrating on the league ?   Don't want to win it ?  The mighty Villa up next  , well you can join in with the big boys next season  Champs league is in touching distance for the spuds unless the chef's at  Spurs are still Gunners supporters ha ha , don't take it to heart just banter  guys  :thumbsup:.

We were shite. Sooner were out the better for me.

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But I don't understand. This is Europes second competition. If you can't field a team in the Europa League because you are concentrating on the PL, how are you going to manage in the CL next year? Concentrate on that, or the league? Obviously both is not possible from what we can see this season. Embarrassing from Spurs. No respect. Look at Liverpool and Man Utd, at least they had the guts to put out proper teams.

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Oh dear. I will take a top 4 finish now if it's on offer. Chambers, awful. Really awful. I was quite hopeful when he was signed, but he is going backwards. Sanchez, although people keep having a go, was at least taking the game to the opposition. But, simply not good enough. Well done Watford. I think the Arsenal confidence level is very low, but they need to put a shift in. Didn't see any Arsenal players suffering cramp! Watford took nothing to the dressing room, all left on the pitch. Arsenal players, well, most of them could probably jog around for another 90 minutes! And Gabriel should have had a red card first half. Although the Watford keeper probably should have had a second yellow. But no excuses. Better team performance won, good luck Watford.

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3 minutes ago, stevieb said:

Where to now for some of the players ,  I can see a shake up coming.

Watford deserved the win  , no complaints from me , not the Gunners finest hour ,????

HOUR.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Same every season,me ol china.

Time for a change.

But it wont happen,because Wenger is on Kronke's payroll,and earning him a fortune.Another ranch,Stan.

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Arsene trophy beckons again , Ivan and Silent Stan can count their luchre again at the end of the season ,  a club which is seen as top four in English football  for several seasons if not careful could be left behind next season as utd Chelsea, city will splash the cash and Spurs if they can keep the manager , these teams will not stand still ,  the board in their ivory towers needs to get real with the way football has moved on ,  The Arsenal were seen as the team to copy with the way the club was run , but now it has stagnated , to many old farts at the top .

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21 minutes ago, somersetspur said:

HOUR.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Same every season,me ol china.

Time for a change.

But it wont happen,because Wenger is on Kronke's payroll,and earning him a fortune.Another ranch,Stan.

Sorry to say but I think the hope for Arsenal is if Usmanov can gain control of the club perhaps Stan might sell if he needs capital for moving his NFL team ,  would be good riddance from me , the club needs football minded people in control , not bloody bean counters , Arsene has a hell of a lot of clout at the club , and a lot of the problem lies at his door ,  his biggest asset at the club was David Dein who masterminded the transfers , Ivan doesn't seem to have the same feel for the game  only the business side , 

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7 hours ago, Mangle said:

But I don't understand. This is Europes second competition. If you can't field a team in the Europa League because you are concentrating on the PL, how are you going to manage in the CL next year? Concentrate on that, or the league? Obviously both is not possible from what we can see this season. Embarrassing from Spurs. No respect. Look at Liverpool and Man Utd, at least they had the guts to put out proper teams.

To many games in the europa cup, champions league is easier than the europa cup. Then they get knocked out of CL and get dumped down into the EL so the perceived big boys can have another chance in the CL next season .....load of shite competition - unless you win it!!!

 

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26 minutes ago, TheolderIgetthebetterIwas said:

To many games in the europa cup, champions league is easier than the europa cup. Then they get knocked out of CL and get dumped down into the EL so the perceived big boys can have another chance in the CL next season .....load of shite competition - unless you win it!!!

 

So you agree with the disrespect Spurs showed? You presumably would like to finish PL top 4, or lower than 6th so that you don't get into this rather difficult competition to win? The CL is easier to win than the Europa. That says it all. You are clearly deranged.

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4 hours ago, Mangle said:

So you agree with the disrespect Spurs showed? You presumably would like to finish PL top 4, or lower than 6th so that you don't get into this rather difficult competition to win? The CL is easier to win than the Europa. That says it all. You are clearly deranged.

Anywhere above Assenhole, and I will be hap, hap, happy.

Surely you know I live in cuckoo land.:c:

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On 13/03/2016 at 22:13, TheolderIgetthebetterIwas said:

Anywhere above Assenhole, and I will be hap, hap, happy.

Surely you know I live in cuckoo land.:c:

Unless Spurs implode , can't see the Gunners catching up the points , will have to get ready for the flak about to come our way , and deserved  better disappear like the utd and Chelski fans ha ha

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Dilemma: I know you guys will provide helpful and unequivocal, friendly advice for me. You see, tonight, being a BT customer since this January (due to the rubbish service from TalkTalk), I have the chance to watch Barcelona -v- Arsenal on my TV. However, at 2-0 down, I feel it unlikely that Arsenal will prevail, so I also have the chance to watch Bayern Munich -v- Juventus which as a game finely poised at 2-2, provides my dilemma. Which game to watch? As an Arsenal fan, my heart says Arsenal, but head says Bayern.

So over to you guys...help me out........

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1 minute ago, stevieb said:
On ‎13‎/‎03‎/‎2016 at 22:13, TheolderIgetthebetterIwas said:

 

Couldn't think of anything to say ???

14 hours ago, Mangle said:

Dilemma: I know you guys will provide helpful and unequivocal, friendly advice for me. You see, tonight, being a BT customer since this January (due to the rubbish service from TalkTalk), I have the chance to watch Barcelona -v- Arsenal on my TV. However, at 2-0 down, I feel it unlikely that Arsenal will prevail, so I also have the chance to watch Bayern Munich -v- Juventus which as a game finely poised at 2-2, provides my dilemma. Which game to watch? As an Arsenal fan, my heart says Arsenal, but head says Bayern.

So over to you guys...help me out........

No dilemma there at all.....I'd be watching the mighty Spurs if they were 10 nil down from the first leg, the other game on highlights.

Always, always my team before any others.

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20 hours ago, TheolderIgetthebetterIwas said:

Couldn't think of anything to say ???

No dilemma there at all.....I'd be watching the mighty Spurs if they were 10 nil down from the first leg, the other game on highlights.

Always, always my team before any others.

Trouble with hudl older ,  

Well the Gunners played well but beaten by a superior team who are undeafeted for 38 games , had chances but as normal we can't convert , Wellbeck , Iwobi and Sanchez were great but Ozil was a bit to generous with his passes to the opponents ,  but why do we every season go out with a fight  , when in truth the game was over in the first leg , it seems the team or manager is happy to get plaudits for losing  , strange but true  even the fans including myself get caught up with it .  really we should not be happy  with it , .

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On 2/26/2016 at 13:58, somersetspur said:

Toughest draw possible.First leg away,is good.

If you want to be the best ,you got to beat the best.

Just getting prepared for Champions League football next season.

Bring it on.

Hmmm, your "enthusiasm", although honourable, was clearly misplaced. Yes, good luck in the CL next season, on last nights performance, you'll need it.

Paa ha ha haaa!

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Good win today Iwobi was great he seems to have no fear and at present is playing better than ox and Theo at least we have a plus for a change also Wellbeck is playing well he seems to be making up for lost time , just a shame we haven't strung enough wins together since Xmas ,  a little to late methinks , Leicester win again they won't lie down and deserve all the plaudits coming there way , they are there at the top because of their consistent form , and Arsenal have beat them twice ,  ,just been browsing the Arsenal links and found  on you tube fans chanting today for Silent Stan to leave their club , shame he wasn't listening  , of course he is never at the games he only bought Arsenal as a business deal not to win trophies :SM_carton:

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On 19/03/2016 at 20:20, somersetspur said:

The chase continue's.COYS.

Not for the Gooners  needed a win two up  and  ,,,,, we give it up   , well how much longer do we have to put up with  under performing , poor defending  , no team fears Arsenal  they have all worked out that defensively there is a problem,  have been on Arsenal TV link and one fan who has been involved in some of the banners , made a valid point when the interviewer said if Arsene left it could leave Arsenal in the same position as Utd are now since Fergie retired , but as he pointed out that utd were on a different level to the Gunners and you can't compare , other teams have changed Managers to thier benefit eg Leicester , West Ham  , when mentioned about we get in Champs league every year , he responded but we never win it and have been only in one final in twenty years , can see his point .

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On 4/10/2016 at 02:24, stevieb said:

Not for the Gooners  needed a win two up  and  ,,,,, we give it up   , well how much longer do we have to put up with  under performing , poor defending  , no team fears Arsenal  they have all worked out that defensively there is a problem,  have been on Arsenal TV link and one fan who has been involved in some of the banners , made a valid point when the interviewer said if Arsene left it could leave Arsenal in the same position as Utd are now since Fergie retired , but as he pointed out that utd were on a different level to the Gunners and you can't compare , other teams have changed Managers to thier benefit eg Leicester , West Ham  , when mentioned about we get in Champs league every year , he responded but we never win it and have been only in one final in twenty years , can see his point .

You know stevieb - the Gunners have got some great talent in the side and they play nice football when all are on song. However, I believe that the one problem Arsenal have is that some of those players are too fragile for the game at this level. They have had players injured for long absences and this has knocked the team out of their stride. They need more rugged players, those types who are seldom injured and those who can shrug off injury.

Good but frail players are no good at this level. Wenger is still a good judge of players but, maybe he has lost something. His judgement as to using his subs leaves me puzzled at times, but, injuries, and the clubs failure when push comes to shove at the end of the season, may lead to his demise. His record is without doubt excellent, one which many other managers would love to have. But, every man has his day, maybe Wenger's is coming to the end.

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Here we go again the media scramble for who Arsenal will sign next season  , 10 out  10 in Arsene to overhaul the squad , blah blah blah ,  as a fan of many years unless we break the bank how can we compete , next season utd , city ,Chelsea will spend big , Spurs if they can hold on to their best players will be a threat , Liverpool  need to strengthen and , Leicester if the big boys don't turn their heads with the lure of cash , . Surprise every year the same old fairy tales Arsenal to spend big , the cynical among us would say  rumours  leaked to sell season tickets , why would any top players want to come  when the club is always the nearly men , flatter to deceive  ,  still will support the team always have but I think  the Club has come to the cross roads , something has to change be it owners , players or background staff,  the club has to realise football  has moved on in the Premiership ,  if not it could be left behind .

25 minutes ago, TheolderIgetthebetterIwas said:

Keep him I say.

Thanks older:SM_carton_y:

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19 hours ago, TheolderIgetthebetterIwas said:

Several seasons (!) since 1961 - ye gods.

It pains me to say it but this season The spuds have been the better team , and still in with a chance of the league ,   with six games to go , the Gunners with five to go could miss out on Arsene trophy  of 4th place ,  have been talking to several Gooners and nobody has any answer's to why  the team can't see out games ,  the team has serous issues with the will to win , Sunday game was like a training match  loads of  possession but no end product ,  same old problems at the club  , no easy fix  it needs fresh ideas   , Arsene won't be stepping down anytime soon  ,    personally I think father time has caught up with him and he has lost a bit of his  sparkle as we all do as we get older ,  he has been a great manager for the Gunners  and he has changed the club from the training ground to the Emirates  and the style of football  they p!ay but it is not working anymore  ,  most fans would welcome the old 1 nil to The Arsenal  of George Graham teams at present  , so frustrating for the fans at present .:(

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On 20/04/2016 at 19:46, somersetspur said:

Arsenal are one of the richest Clubs in the Premiership.

But they have'nt got enough money or pulling power,to turn that shower of s££t into a decent team.

True SSS they are a rich club both with money and history  , but it has become a bit stale  and samey each season take out the FA cup wins , it is always the priority get in the Champs league each season but not to win it  money talks , Ivan and Silent Stan  are all about the profits  they are not football fans ,  at least some fans are making a stand and not watching home games is a start  , then the club tries to put a spin by saying there were over 59,000 at the game when clearly there wasn't ,  Arsene says the fans should get behind the team and turn up but he should realise it's not the team that is the problem but the way the club is being run , the only way the board will take notice is if revenues drop on match day with fans not turning up and spending  on memorabilia  , food ect  because that seems to be God  the football is secondary  to the hierarchy  .

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Another  draw  0-0 at Sunderland  why do I find the game online  ? and another uninspired performance  definitely going out with a whimper  roll on next season  , perhaps there will be shake up ? I won't hold my breath.:wacko:

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It will be interesting to see what happens at Arsenal this year. I think a lot of teams are looking at Leicester and wondering what they did right. This will be going through everyone's minds, from the players right up to the board level. And at board level, it could lead to some things changing at some clubs. Whether that includes Arsenal, who knows? The Leicester team is not great in my opinion. The back 4 just stays at home, the two central defenders basically muscle everyone out the game at set-pieces (defending and attacking). A couple of really good players in Kante and Mahrez, who stayed fit all season, are always dangerous, and 3 good attackers (Vardy with excellent pace)! That mix has proven successful. I can't wait to see them next year in Europe...

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