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He he he the jinx is broken. We're coming for you Mourinho!
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full game please.
http://www.fullmatchesandshows.com/2015/08/02/arsenal-vs-chelsea-highlights-full-match/
Season Preview with Odds

Champions: CHE 1.6, MNC 2.4, ARS 3.7, MNU 5.0, LIV 28.0
Relegation: WAT 0.7, NOR 1.0, BOU 1.3, SUN 1.9, AVL 2.6, LEI 2.8
Most GF: MNC 1.4, CHE 1.7, ARS 2.5, MNU 5.0, LIV 25.0, TOT 66.0
Least GA: CHE 0.8, ARS 4.5, MNC 5.0, MNU 6.0, SOU 20.0, LIV 25.0

Top Scorer: Aguero 3, Costa 5, Rooney 12, Kane 13, Benteke 16, Sanchez 20, Hazard 20, Giroud 21
Top Assist: Fabregas 3, Ozil 6, Di Maria 9, Silva 9, Cazorla 11, Hazard 11
POTY: Hazard 4, Aguero 6, Sanchez 8, Fabregas 12, Costa 14, Rooney 14
Young POTY: Kane 6, Wilshere 8, Depay 8, Coutinho 8, Sterling 8, Oscar 10
Not sure Di Maria for top assist is the best bet XD
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What do those numbers mean?
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the odds to 1 I guess.

Chelsea 1.6 to 1 win PL meaning over 60% chance.
You guys get 27%.
No, it's the return on investment ratios. You bet £100 on Chelsea, you win £160 if they win the title.

If you'd calculate the odds the way Spigy did, they'd be over 100% that way. And that just means that the betting company has a big profit margin. If the odds of all teams combined being able to win the title was exactly 100%, the betting companies would be 'fair' and therefore lose money.
Hey Deffy would you mind telling us how the game was? I admit I'm extremely jealous :)
I don't know how the game looked through cameras and TV screens but it was really quite slow live. Most of the action took place in the middle third of the pitch as neither team afforded the other much time or space near their own goal.

Chelsea were understandably a much tougher prospect than Lyon or Wolfsburg the other week, so we didn't manage to create much going forward. On the other hand, we restricted their ability to create anything very well. I can't recall that Cech was really tested in that first half. Coquelin, Ramsey and Santi were excellent at recovering and recycling possession in midfield.

I'll say very little about the goal, it was a lovely driven strike with his weaker foot that found the top corner. Needless to say we all went mental when it went in :D

Both sides were a bit sloppy in possession at times and feel that we will see better performances from both teams in the coming season. That said, Koscielny is a class above. I watched him specifically and his awareness of where the opposition was is brilliant. He is so alert and his ability to react to potential danger so quickly is a massive confidence booster.

To top it off, as we were leaving the stadium at the end of the game we found Moh being interviewed for Arsenal Fan TV. So I stopped to have a listen and shared a quick word with him after his interview :)

I think the football we played today is the football that Wenger likes to play. Solid defense, and then a quick, counter attacking football. Granted times have changed since the Invincibles era, and players are now more technical especially in midfield.

To be honest, I felt Chelsea were the slightly better team, but we scored first, and goals change games. The game plan fell perfectly into Wenger's hands once we scored first.

I was also surprised by the intensity of the game. Both teams showed up, and played at probably 95% of their full capacity. Both sides missing a key player and fitness levels probably a bit low, but I'm liking the balance in the Arsenal team and hopefully it'll be a nice long battle with Chelsea this season.

The worry remains for me that we don't have proper backup for Coquelin, and we missed Wilshere's runs and ability to create space a little bit so it'd still be nice to get a cover at DM/CM but (knock on wood) a little favor from the injury gods will get us going well.
I would be satisfied at the bare minimum of:

League - Title Challenge (champions OR within 6 pts of winner + top 3 finish)
UCL - Quarter Finals
Cups - Win either FA Cup OR League Cup
It's great winning the FA Cup but that wouldn't satisfy me like it has the last two season, this team is better than just that now.
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No I think ideally he wants us to play how barca did under pep but he's getting more pragmatic and knows we don't have the personnel to make that work
we should be winning the title this time. i feel players really believe they can nick the title this time.
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A team like Pep's Barca comes once every twenty years, glad to see he's adapting his strategy.
Yea I saw an interview with wenger where he said the team he most admired was that barca team, he said the most impressive team he's ever seen. He also said early on at arsenal pep (while still a player at barca) actually met with him and told him he'd like to play for him and asked for a transfer but wenger told him he couldn't guarantee he would dislodge Vierra in the midfield. I'll see if I can find that interview
@Sjsung I mentioned something about the game intensity yesterday ;)
Wenger said there's "no truth" in Benzema's rumors.

Gregory Van Der Wiel will leave PSG, he stated the club want him to leave.

Dzeko for 23m euro.

Pedro to United, I have a strange feeling about this one, it could happen.

Sevilla apparently want Llorente, but Juventus want 12m euro. Rumors are Crystal Palace and Stoke are in for him as well.

Lastest bullsht is Morata back to Real Madrid for around 20m lmao


JOKE OF THE WEEK: Bale to United.
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Apparently there are reports saying that pedro said to his family that he is going to england
Agree with you on Pedro, I personally wouldn't have minded Dzeko but he's going to Roma.
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Nah, Dzeko wouldn't offer us anything huge.
What Dzeko does, Welbeck/Walcott/Sanchez can do.
so benzema is joining 2morrow
bentekes goal, damnnnn son
Jean Paul-Boetius has joined Basel

Leicester discussing personal terms with Aranguiz after agreeing a £10.5m fee (Sky Sports)
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this face hahahaha
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Please take it off
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Congrats guys!
Look at the thumbnail of Mourinho above if you want to feel extra satisfied :)
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51 minutes ago
Theo Walcott has made a more compelling case than his team-mate Olivier Giroud or Chelsea’s Loïc Rémy and Radamel Falcao as a starting Premier League centre-forward
51 minutes ago
José Mourinho suggested Arsenal ditched their attacking philosophy to beat Chelsea in the Community Shield, and said the best team ended up losing
3 hours ago
Arsenal finally end their wait to get the better of José Mourinho while Petr Cech enjoys a fine debut for a Arsenal side growing in stature
3 hours ago
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s strike gave Arsenal a 1-0 win in the Community Shield, for Arsène Wenger’s first victory against a José Mourinho side
7 hours ago
Minute-by-minute report: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain scored the only goal in a tame curtain-raiser at Wembley, ensuring Arsène Wenger has beaten José Mourinho for the first time in 14 attempts
23 hours ago
Le Prof has done well in claiming Jeff Reine-Adelaide for an optimistic Arsenal; time for Bournemouth to wise up now they are in the top tier and José Mourinho as the Mr Blonde of Stamford Bridge
23 hours ago
Positioned in his favoured No10 role and having added steel to his skill, Mesut Özil is being spoken of by his manager as a contender for player of the year
1 day ago
Chelsea’s José Mourinho has suggested he would drive himself to distraction in the search for a solution if he experienced a winless run such as that which Arsenal’s Arsène Wenger has endured against him
1 day ago
Arsène Wenger spent the off-season working at Arsenal’s training ground instead of on holiday and before Sunday’s curtain-raiser with Chelsea believes this is possibly his best side since the Invincibles of 2003-04
2 days ago
Theo Walcott has been given a four-year deal worth £140,000 a week, while Santi Cazorla has extended his contract by two years
3 days ago
The England youth defender Isaac Hayden seems set for the first loan of his career with a move to Hull City in the Championship
4 days ago
The Spaniard is prepared for a hostile response from his former club’s fans in the Community Shield, and said: ‘I have great memories, love and respect for the club.’
5 days ago
The former Arsenal midfielder Abou Diaby has agreed a deal in principle to join Marseille and is set to reject an approach from West Bromwich Albion
5 days ago
Arsène Wenger has recommended that José Mourinho check the ‘real statistics’ if he wants to scrutinise Arsenal’s transfer policy, citing his record of developing young players
5 days ago
Featuring a volley from a Milan derby, a new free-kick routine from Bavaria, an overhead kick from Zagreb, a chip from New York and a blaster from Belgium
5 days ago
José Mourinho on why Arsenal are not the poor relatives, confusing Manuel Pellegrini with Mauricio Pellegrino and Eden Hazard’s lucky escape
5 days ago
Chelsea’s José Mourinho said anyone who thought Arsenal were not among the Premier League’s big spenders should ‘get a calculator’
6 days ago
Stability has been the watchword at Arsenal and Arsène Wenger believes his squad has the hunger, quality and togetherness to succeed. There is, though, still room for improvement
1 week ago
Arsène Wenger has confirmed that Theo Walcott is close to agreeing a new contract after the Arsenal forward continued his impressive pre-season with the winner against Wolfsburg
1 week ago
Minute-by-minute report: Arsenal won the Emirates Cup for the first time in four years after a 1-0 victory over Wolfsburg, Theo Walcott scoring the only goal

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