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Post #480641  Posted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 3:20 pm 
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*%^@ off wenger and take Čech with you.
What the fck was Čech doing with the first goal.
1 0 and comfortable.
2 1 down. Utterly predictable.
At 1 1 I thought wouldn't surprise me if they get another. Seconds later 2 1.
Flimsy mentality Flimsy team Flimsy f%$*ng manager.
Sick and tired of this b%*&s%*^.


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Post #480642  Posted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 3:21 pm 
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The dying days of Arsene. Out thought, out fought.

The team has no structure or pattern. Its a total coaching failure at all levels for most of the last 18 months at least.

Compounded by players who simply aren't good enough

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Post #480643  Posted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 3:21 pm 
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Good, got what we deserved. Just nothing


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Welbeck is truly useless nowadays. He hardly creates anything. Always looking to pass to the next player.

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Post #480645  Posted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 3:22 pm 
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Want to get your season back on track
Oh we are playing Arsenal.
We will be fine!


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Post #480646  Posted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 3:23 pm 
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*%^@*** pony.


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If we score it will be a miscarriage of justice in the extreme and would only serve as the excuse Wenger seeks for his incompetence therefore I hope bournmouth see this out.

I genuinely do not want us to get the equaliser. A draw keeps things going - at least a defeat brings out harder questions.

I hate, absolutely hate what has become of my club. The fact that all the fans have seen this coming for 5 years, progressively getting worse every year and all through our own making.


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Post #480648  Posted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 3:25 pm 
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Wenger continues to make history - our first ever loss to Bournemouth.


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Post #480649  Posted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 3:25 pm 
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Congrats to Bournemouth - well done.


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Post #480650  Posted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 3:25 pm 
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Show me a single team in the history of any sport who continue with a manager for 5 years when every pundit and fan wants him gone? Not to mention that results back up that opinion.

Complete joke of a club.


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Rich wrote:
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If we score it will be a miscarriage of justice in the extreme and would only serve as the excuse Wenger seeks for his incompetence therefore I hope bournmouth see this out.

I genuinely do not want us to get the equaliser. A draw keeps things going - at least a defeat brings out harder questions.

I hate, absolutely hate what has become of my club. The fact that all the fans have seen this coming for 5 years, progressively getting worse every year and all through our own making.


But..but.. we gave the scouting team a shake up... it’s tempting to want the antithesis of Wenger right now. And I do. Try for Simeone and when he won’t come, just bring in Allerdyce :20hospitals:

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The dying days of Arsene. Out thought, out fought.

The team has no structure or pattern. Its a total coaching failure at all levels for most of the last 18 months at least.

Compounded by players who simply aren't good enough

We have better players than Bournemouth though....and Forest. To me it looks like a team with no direction. There is absolutely nothing decisive about them. Always taking an extra touch, stuttering in possession and disorganised when we don't have the ball. There is no belief there either. This is the worst we have been in a very very long time.

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Post #480653  Posted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 3:28 pm 
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The last two seasons have been as clear evidence as one can need that Arsene's time is up. The Cup final was absolutely brilliant. The league, since last December, has been like the dying days of George Graham. Too many average players, no discernible plan and the only really good players left are either totally de-motivated or are struggling with injuries.

The club need to approach Joachim Low now for after the world cup & tell Özil that he's coming. And then fire Wenger as soon as we get knocked out of Europe (cos it won't happen now).

The only thing that stops me being totally depressed is that Gazidis has finally got the succession plan in motion.

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dec wrote:
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Compounded by players who simply aren't good enough

We have better players than Bournemouth though....and Forest. To me it looks like a team with no direction. There is absolutely nothing decisive about them. Always taking an extra touch, stuttering in possession and disorganised when we don't have the ball. There is no belief there either. This is the worst we have been in a very very long time.


Well...since February & March last year! Apart from that I agree with everything you say. This is a team totally lacking in 'automatic'.

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I wish we had lost to Hull in the Cup final. It would have accelerated the change


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lomekian wrote:
The only thing that stops me being totally depressed is that Gazidis has finally got the succession plan in motion.

Gazidis obviously has zero influence in what happens to wenger though. He’s here for another 18 months, and I fully expect him to be given another 2 years by kronke after that. I haven’t seen or heard any evidence to the contrary


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Post #480657  Posted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 3:37 pm 
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Sell any players we can now, don’t give wenger a penny to spend. Play the youth team, finish 10th, sack wenger on the last day of the season, have a quality replacement lined up and ready to go and give I’m £200m to rebuild.

That is a sensible plan!


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Watching that performance makes me realise keeping Sanchez and Özil for half a season was the correct decision. It kept us out of a relegation fight.


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Look at how we lost that match, average players put us under actually very little pressure but we still have them two goals.

Before he game I predicted only 3 shots on target for arsenal. 3 it was


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lomekian wrote:
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We have better players than Bournemouth though....and Forest. To me it looks like a team with no direction. There is absolutely nothing decisive about them. Always taking an extra touch, stuttering in possession and disorganised when we don't have the ball. There is no belief there either. This is the worst we have been in a very very long time.


Well...since February & March last year! Apart from that I agree with everything you say. This is a team totally lacking in 'automatic'.

It's why I believe it won't take much to get a big improvement once a new manager comes in. It is really really poor from Wenger that he has utterly failed to sort out central midfield since Cazorla got injured.

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Sorely tempted tempted to use the search facility on the forum and go through the things people have said about Xhaka last week.

Stuff like ......

"He must be good Bayern Munich tried to sign him yunno "


That type of stuff. Look at the second goal dickheads


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Rich wrote:
lomekian wrote:
The only thing that stops me being totally depressed is that Gazidis has finally got the succession plan in motion.

Gazidis obviously has zero influence in what happens to wenger though. He’s here for another 18 months, and I fully expect him to be given another 2 years by kronke after that. I haven’t seen or heard any evidence to the contrary


I doubt he will get a new contract, all the maneuvers around Wenger suggest IG is succession planning, albeit 2 or 3 years too late. I also think the club will have real trouble filling the Emirates next season if this downward spiral continues, how many empty seats have there been this season?, and that is with two 'star' players still around. I genuinely think it is getting to the point where there will be unsold season tickets.

It is getting very embarrassing for the club now and sponsors will not be very impressed, I would not be surprised if he left this summer unless he can pull something out of the bag such as the Europa league, but with current form, defending and players leaving the odds have never been so stacked against him.

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Post #480663  Posted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 3:49 pm 
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*%^@ off Wenger.


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Post #480664  Posted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 3:50 pm 
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Forget arsenal for 90 minutes, sit back and enjoy two teams and two managers who make people enjoy the game of football


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Rich wrote:
Forget arsenal for 90 minutes, sit back and enjoy two teams and two managers who make people enjoy the game of football

Actually , City make me want to puke.


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Post #480666  Posted: Sun Jan 14, 2018 3:54 pm 
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Watching that performance makes me realise keeping Sanchez and Özil for half a season was the correct decision. It kept us out of a relegation fight.


With or without Özil and Sanchez, our away form has been horrible since last season.


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WENGER OUT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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TOP GUN wrote:
Sorely tempted tempted to use the search facility on the forum and go through the things people have said about Xhaka last week.

Stuff like ......

"He must be good Bayern Munich tried to sign him yunno "


That type of stuff. Look at the second goal dickheads

A stopped clock etc etc


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Saw it reported that we are 5 points behind spurs, I am shocked that we are even that close when you look at how we have played this season


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John wrote:
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Forget arsenal for 90 minutes, sit back and enjoy two teams and two managers who make people enjoy the game of football

Actually , City make me want to puke.

And Klopp is an almighty bellend.

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dec wrote:
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Actually , City make me want to puke.

And Klopp is an almighty bellend.

Huge


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lomekian wrote:
The last two seasons have been as clear evidence as one can need that Arsene's time is up. The Cup final was absolutely brilliant. The league, since last December, has been like the dying days of George Graham. Too many average players, no discernible plan and the only really good players left are either totally de-motivated or are struggling with injuries.

The club need to approach Joachim Low now for after the world cup & tell Özil that he's coming. And then fire Wenger as soon as we get knocked out of Europe (cos it won't happen now).

The only thing that stops me being totally depressed is that Gazidis has finally got the succession plan in motion.


A bit like early to mid 80s Arsenal before GG took over as well. Woodcock, Mariner, Sunderland, Rix, Samson, etc. A collection of very good players but always finishing nearer the mid-table rather than the top.


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John wrote:
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And Klopp is an almighty bellend.

Huge



I like Klopp would love him at Arsenal.


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Ox has just fired Liverpool in to the lead. Well done on having some ambition and getting as far away from arsenal and wenger as you can. Great move!


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danny wrote:
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I like Klopp would love him at Arsenal.


Gazidis is recruiting Ancelotti supposedly. Make typical Arsenal financial sense to go with unattached manager to avoid paying compensation. Laurent Blanc is free too...


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Does anyone know of any Arsenal fans who think should be in charge next season? Not heard anyone say it in months...

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9 points dropped from winning positions in our last 5 league games alone!


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I think the players can't take much more either...
https://www.101greatgoals.com/news/gran ... h-arsenal/

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Rich wrote:
Ox has just fired Liverpool in to the lead. Well done on having some ambition and getting as far away from arsenal and wenger as you can. Great move!


Yes, good move for him. Wenger was wasting him on the bench. But only started to play him more regularly after learning he might leave. Wenger gambled late and lost.

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lomekian wrote:
Does anyone know of any Arsenal fans who think should be in charge next season? Not heard anyone say it in months...


Ever decreasing list and the issue a lot of people want Wenger gone regardless of who comes in Ames that question hard to answer. I quite like Wagner though.


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