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Fabregas is really a joy to watch at chelsea. He almost linked up with all the goals against schalke 05, his chip through pass is well accurate and reached his target, incredible vision and creativity from him. First i would thought he is not suitable to play at CM position as he don't track back, well he just proved many wrong here and showed he is not a fiberglass either. Nice to see him do well actually, what a loss by barca and of course AW, who don't want him back. Although we had many CM, but with his qualities, he will definitely fit into the team, wilshere and arteta injury prone, flamini error prone, ramsey lose of form and AW has no faith with rosicky. Damned !!! so Damned.
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Fabregas works well there for Chelsea because they have Matic next to him. The guy is a huge force in midfield for them and does the dirty work so Fabregas doesn't have to.

The only way we could make that work is if we had someone of a similar build and discipline to do the defensive graft. Once we get that player, our other midfielders will start to flourish - Wilshere and Ramsey, in particular, will do much better with an effective shield working with them.

The DM position really is the missing piece to our puzzle.
One important factor to consider. The superiority of their medical team. We have a bunch of quacks on board. If we'd been able to keep Arteta and Wilshere fit, I doubt we'll be in this Dilemma. Somehow, when Fabregas was still with us, he was injury prone too, along with many other players. It sure does look like our medical team's fault. No one seems to be able to hit full fitness at all.
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If City can do, why cant we do it. Screw the Germans lol !
Ze Germans are coming!
City won epl twice in 3 years, we can't :(
We can't do it for a decade now :(
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@Diontan, you also smashed City in the community shield a few months ago though :)

I think it can be done. It won't be easy, but it can be done. Bayern (like Arsenal) is struggling with a lot of injuries to their key players at the moment.
I also think this Arsenal side will be tougher to defend against than you were in the previous seasons, with the pace of Sanchez and Welbeck that have been added to the team. These guys, alongside Ox/Walcott could take advantage of Bayern's high defensive line.
Man, even David Moyes gave them a run for their money last year. We were winning the tie up until around the 70th minute of the 2nd leg, and we were missing some of our best players too. Welbeck was immense in both those games too
Of course we can do it..And our record with Dortmund is pretty balanced so i don't expect the team to lose their nerve in this one
i think we deserved the community shield, but i can't lie to myself, they don't really take that trophy seriously. Both of the team having a lot of injury problem and lacked of many key players that time, but they need to make reserve substitution and we don't need to.
I won't accept this. And if he goes I'm gonna personally go to bed and cry.


Starlet in demand
According to the Daily Star, Arsenal face a battle to keep hold of young striker Chuba Akpom.
The 19-year-old has risen through the club's youth set-up and impressed on loan at Brentford and Coventry last term.
Nevertheless, he is out of contract at the end of the current campaign and is in two minds whether to sign a new deal due to the plethora of attacking options at Wenger's disposal.
Manchester City, Tottenham and Everton are all said to be monitoring Akpom's progress and could pounce in January.

-Daily Star, Tribal, GiveMeSports
if he do leave, I would recommend Everton.
If we lose him and keep Sanogo.........
Sanogo is a beast at U-21 level for France but he can't handle the level we play at. Loan him out and keep Akpom, the kid is too good to let leave.
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In some ways this reminds me of Pogba all over again.
Let's continue the EPL winning streak over Bundesliga tomorrow good luck
thanks, job well done today to you guys.
yep, good luck guys. nothing makes me happier than seeing EPL teams flourish in europe.
All who's confident ahead of tomorrow say I!!
^^ hahaha love how no one responds
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I am more nervous for tomorrows game than I was for my exams this morning.
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I did not just read that. Apparently Jack will miss upto 3 months if damaged ankle ligaments require surgery. This is not even funny anymore, absolutely ridiculous if true.
"if"
"if" is more like 80% sure he'll need the surgery, same thing went down with Giroud and Debuchy, plus that tackle was nasty, I thought he nearly broke it until I saw the replay, I was shocked to see him back on, after that tackle.

Though, I hope he doesn't need a surgery.
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brb, jumping off the cliff in disbelief and sadness.
I wish Akpom plays instead of Sanogo tommorow. Sanogo can't even run with the ball without looking like he's gonna fall over, God knows how he's playing for a club like Arsenal. While Akpom looks to be one of the more promising players graduating from the academy, he's got nearly everything you want in a striker so time to test him out. I know people will say you just can't throw him onto the fray in a game like this, we had no problem doing that last season when we selected Sanogo to play against BM.
To be fair, sanogo did exceptionally well against bm
Gut feeling tells me we'll start Sanchez up front and bring Cazorla or Rosicky into the midfield.
Hope your right SJ that's our best case scenario. I don't think will pose enough of a threat with Sanogo
"Away from track, Hamilton talks to Adrian Durham and Darren Gough about his love for Arsenal, who he has supported since the age of five and admits he has been inspired by Arsene Wenger’s determination at the Emirates."

-Talksport

What a lad. I know nothing about the circuits but I'm buying a GIGANTIC poster to post it up in my son's bedroom.
I too like arsenal.don't worry I will send my full sized photo to you;)
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Here's my address;

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7-0 Bayern Munich Avenue,
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:::::::)
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Oh well!! I thought you belong to 6-0 Chelsea avenue.never mind;-)
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Haha. A bit week but it's all fun :).
Aguero FC.

WHAT A FINISH!!
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