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Well, this will piss a lot of people off.

Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke increases shareholding to 67%
• American businessman buys 23 shares for £368,000
• Kroenke has been Arsenal’s majority shareholder since 2011

Guardian.
AFC looking at J. Lukaku as a replacement for Gibbs. R. Lukaku has said he wants to leave EFC. Also said he wants to play w/ his brother...

R.lukaku too overpriced tho,and I don't want him lol, his brother on the other hand, I wouldn't mind
I heard Granit's good on the counter.
Slow clap ;)
FFS when is Arsenal.com going to reveal the Messi signing?! Getting impatient here...
Independent saying Morata for 38million pounds. That's all right. Though if Lukaku was available for 50m pounds. Whom would you choose?
Morata
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why? they are both the same age. Lukaku has better stats. Proven 20 goals + a season in PL. No 1st year syndrome.

Makes you think...
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Morata cause he's a big game player while lukaku is a big game flop and he won't improve that.
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Higuain is the more experienced Lukaku... still flops the big games, that's why I don't want him
Morata becoz as cloudst mentioned big match player, second, hes technically better.

btw, have you noticed lukaku's first touch? pathetic.

he misses too many chance.
Big game player a debatable subject. And remember these players are just 23. Some good goal scoring spree's and they have the confidence. I think this point is a debatable.

First touch. Yes, I can see where you are coming from. But did you see Giroud when he came in 4 years ago was it now. And look at him after 2 seasons. Under Wenger Lukaku would do the same.

I like both tbh. I think Morata is more gettable. I think Lukaku just seems to think he's too big for Arsenal. Which is stupid.

That said do not deny that man is a beast.

Girouds first touch has always been first class dude don't ride lukaku he's seriously all hype. The amount of times he's missed the open net is the same amount as giroud. And giroud finished 2 goals below him we really don't need another big forward you can't put away easy chances. Morata is a big change from that and he's a proven CL player scoring in the cl semi final and final along with the coppa Italia final to win juve the cup. If lukaku really is a big player he should have helped everton in the fa cup or even the Carling cup but he fails to score when it matters and with morata it's just natural to score he just needs to the set up there's the difference between the two. Lukaku wastes chances at every second turn I really am getting fed up of ozil's passes going to waste so I would rather morata at this point or icardi
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Lukaku any day. On top of what's been said, I think pace and power makes a huge difference in EPL. we don't necessarily need big game players, there's only a few of them games in a season after all. Also Walcott is a big game player but look where he stands in our ranks
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Ok, how about this. I write Lukaku in the next reply. Cloudst you reply Morata. Let's see what people think.
Lukaku
Morata. You need intelligence to play within the Arsenal team. Lukaku is like a complete pitbul with zero intelligence and he's a whiner while Morata is a winner.
Vixstur, mate you should watch norwich vs everton match this season. then you would never want lukaku anywhere near arsenal lol
Thought i'd share and learn which good podcast are around
1. Arseblog
2. Arseamerica - they have good guests
3. Football Weekly - it's a good roundup instead of watching MOTD
4. Football Ramble - they are funny
5. 5 live daily - if i have nothing else to listen too. Also it's (almost daily)
6. Others - Arsenal weekly pod from the Club is a bit meh. Better to watch the content on arsenal player. It's mostly the same in audio format
Daily Cannon - meh, but if you are desperate and nothing else better around. beats listing to the radio.
Second Captains - all right but only when they talk about PL
Stasbomb - they are all right. Stastical football analysis. But presenters sound tired.
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Football Ramble - 10/10
Football weekly - 10/10
Arseblog is fantastic, even I listen to it, Andrew is too funny
606 Football phone in is a fun listen on the weekends after matchdays as its raging football fans ranting out.
you listed to Arseblog as a Chelsea fan. Wow. that is surprising.
Tim stillman is probably one of the best football writers out there as well
Arsenal Review USA
Tuesday Club
ESPN FC is very entertaining
Defensive aggressive leader in the middle with a good ball distribution, we definitely missed that. I have a really good feeling about Xhaka signing
Someone said it here, but he does look like C. Ronaldo a bit ;D

http://www.arsenal.com/assets/_files/scaled/1000x694/may_16/zp_Xhaka-37-160520MAFC_6074.jpg
Its funny how rival fans are jealous of us getting Xhaka and some of our fans thinks he is shiit ;D (tip Filsuf ;D)
#xhakaout :P
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Potential players moving on this summer:

Walcott
Campbell
Gibbs
Tex (possibly)

No one else leaving.
Sounds about right.. the only players you forgot to add are Arteta, Rosa and Flamini ;)
^they left
Hope not. welbeck is out for the entire season.

we must keep one of campbell/walcott.
campbell atm is better and walcott gets more money :)
Ox is a possibility
Ox is not leaving. Arsene may keep Theo because he gives us an edge on the wings and at the same time still an option up front no matter how horrible he is in form.


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From Good Old Arsenal, to Ossie’s Dream and Come On You Reds, the Cup showdown has inspired a number of hits and misses for the pop chart, with Palace tuned up with two songs before taking on Manchester United
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Tottenham Hotspur were only Premier League club to make a profit from their transfer dealings over last two windows with Mauricio Pochettino banking £6.7m
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Harry Kane said it hurts for Tottenham to have finished below Arsenal in the Premier League again
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Mikel Arteta has announced his intention to retire after coming to the painful realisation that he no longer merits his place at the highest level. The Arsenal captain said it was a ‘dream’ to bow out at the top and he will now consider a future in coaching
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Danielle Carter’s goal gave Arsenal a 1-0 win over Chelsea in the women’s FA Cup final but the winning manager, Pedro Martínez Losa, warned it would be more competitive in future
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Arsène Wenger, the Arsenal manager, has rubbished the notion that he is content with a top-four finish these days
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Arsenal need a point to seal third spot and have Jack Wilshere and Santi Cazorla back to full fitness for the visit of relegated Villa
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