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Son will be a flop...Spurs will ruin his career.
mertesacker to miss trip to newcastle because he refuses to take antibiotics..really..come on..maybe it's just me but that's ridiculous..
Antibiotics should be taken only if really necessary, it's often taken as something harmless but it's very strong and can harm in the long run. Health before the rest I guess.
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i see..still seems odd to me..
the global problem of antibiotic resistant bacteria and diseases is really under the radar. But its serious as hell and we'll problem all experience the consequences of using antibiotics for every minor thing later on in our lifetimes.
mertz is obviously keen on global issues
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I think if you are getting paid what he gets paid to entertain he should definitely get off the high horse and take the medicine. If it was someone not getting paid millions to play a game I would recommend never taking antibiotics unless absolutely necessary. As many of you have already pointed out, the list of antibiotic resistant bacteria is growing. Forcing us to take stronger and stronger drugs... just no good.
CheMaradona there's no way you can have that logic. Just because a club pays good money to a player doesn't mean it can ask him to sacrifice his health. Health above the rest. Ethics over money, I think it's important.
His age has made him vewy vewy wise
sounds like a news right out of the onion xD
It's still a job, I say good on him for taking care of his health.
If its viral no need for antibiotics.
Tottenham sign Heung Son Min
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#HereComesTheSon
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good signing!
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:( worst news of the summer for me
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do do do do
They sure are good at convincing players in the CL to come to a team without CL football
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Spurs do make some really good deals man. Impressive.
Good deals, but a lot of them seem to be 1 step away in technical ability compared to other top teams. Minus Eriksen. I'd welcome him into our team any day.
One of my fav asian players bites the dust :3 nah, i think he'll do really well at spurs, god damn it. kane, eriksen, son.
What's up guys
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Will be fun
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get out :P xD
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Leave the blunt
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who are you? ..lol
Did anyone watch the BVB game today? Tuchl fit mkhitaryan, kagawa, gundogan, and reus all into one lineup without them running into eachothers way the whole time. Wenger needs to get our AM's to spread out instead of narrowing our play so much
One of the reason is the fact that we're playing without width.
Wenger is trying to play all of our CM/CAM without dropping them, it's easy for opponent to defend when we're playing with no width.

I want to see this against Newcastle:

Coq Ramsey

Ox Ozil Sanchez

Walcott
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Ye I want our proper right wing OX preferably
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The problem is we cannot hold much possession with coq-ramsey like with coq-santi and on the other hand ramsey is undroppable.
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Yea I know I'm saying mikki, kagawa, and reus all like to be in that central second striker position but bvb are able to play mikki out wide left and reus wide right and it works
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ramsey is very droppable...the working two combo s santi coquelin....ramsey has to be able to do a better job than santi in the middle or bench is his destination.... santi coq ozil alexis ox walcott is the way to go...
@Cannon pssesions without goals is useless.


Ramsey is a great box-to-box and not to mention pretty good at defending as well. Santi on the other hand works with Coq very well. I would drop either Santi/Ramsey and use proper wide outs like Ox/Walcott instead of putting them on the bench.
Zlatan coming back to Malmö and Mourinho to Porto in the CL this year :)
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Di Maria is going back to Real Madrid
Luis Enrique to Roma
llorente to juventus

It's a group stage of coming backs :)
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Memphis to PSV too
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Navas going back to Sevilla
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Depay back to psv
wow memphis and depay played for psv before they joined utd huh...
Memphis and Depay?
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Demphis and Mepay! Crazy talent!
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haah joel campbell back to olympiakos too
Arsenal back to Bayern.

lmao
Seriously what's all this talk about our CL group?
If you look down the years, as long as CL group phase is concerned, we haven't been in too many tough groups. Toughest I recall was the Napoli Dortmund one but it was an exception. We normally get affordable groups and this year's group is very affordable really. Everyone expects us to qualify tbh and I do too.
Anyway, this is the CL. If we're in it, it's because we want to play against the best teams in Europe. We'll have two great games against Bayern to watch come on what's with the complaining? This is great. Let's kick some Bavarian a*ss.
If we want to go far in the competition, we'll have to face big opposition sooner or later anyway.
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Totally agree, I don't get all the fuss about this group. It seems ideal to me (very balanced). If we want easy way, we should go to Europa League and show who is the boss))
I would have preferred playing against Barca simply because it would have been more entertaining. Anyways, I hope we have a gamelan for Bayern but also the two other so called lesser oppositions.
We will find some way to f**k the CL up no matter what, we always do. hahaha
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*Still crying from 2006.
Barca got a really easy group this year, not to take anything for granted of course.

I think all of the groups are balanced, I can't really point to a group of death this year.
The presentation of the uefa player of the year was a fuxxin travesty.
*Everything UEFA does is a f*****g travesty.
I don't get it manchester takes fourth but gets a group that they can easily win?? wow, but yet again we paired with another german team, and bayern for that matter, last season it was dormund, previous season it was dormund, season b4 the previous season it was bayern, something stinks
why does fourth place have anything to do with our group? it's a random lottery, with only a few rules such as domestic teams not being in the same group and champions being in pot 1.
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philosophy, unless you are a domestic champion the rules are the same for the other pots as they have always been. Why did we deserve to be in pot 1 for years despite finishing 3rd or 4th that whole time? It's kind of nice for uefa to still judge our league as strong enough to warrant our 2-4th place teams in pot 2 despite english teams being s**t in europe for years now (even when chelsea won it)
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@SIF Do you get like some kind of notification when the words "Manchester United" appear on any forum?
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No, thank goodness. If I did my phone would never have a moments rest. That's all the big teams tall about these days :P
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Lol, you're right, everyone loves to talk about the team that finishes 4th, we've been there several times mate.. XD

It's like you feel compelled to defend United on every forum and you always seem to be around when users are talking about ManU in a negative way. Took a look a couple of pages back and you were defending United about this very same topic. LVG aint gonna give you an award for having their back on FT mate. Also, we have very capable Gooners on this forum that can explain how the CL draws work.
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Unless SIF is being offensive in any way I don't see a problem with him posting on the Arsenal forum, that's the point of this site no :)
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Well then there is nothing wrong with what im saying either innit? Just making an observation, didn't report him or anything that he said, nor did i ask him to get off our forum.
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lol why are we so sensitive guys? SIF made a fair comment on the pot seeding process.

Places 2-4 had the same chance of getting a so-called "group of death" or a comparatively easy group.
I think sif is respectful when he comes on other forums. He defends United but doesn't start wars with users on other pages. Your comments are welcome SIF
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@Deffyduck we just don't like anything to do with United. The only person I have respect, that's associated with United is Sir Alex. lol
i can see the exact smile on Neuer's face now when bayern draw us 2 season ago.

http://imgur.com/gallery/WnN849k
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That looks like a bet won. Lahm didn't look so happy hehe


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