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Henry's last home game. Playoffs.

Brad Wrights-Phillips in action as well.

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Can we get the Eric Idle video on our forum video list as well?
Aston villa to get a result against SOTON. You heard it here first 😎😎
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What an absolute idiot Gaston Ramires, his team are winning and he goes an does that.
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Yep it was a daft tackle. 1-1 now
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2-1 to Spurs now, They've surely won.
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All bc vertonghen acts like a penis and shoves his knee into him. Bullshit plays like that effecting the game is unfortunate. Hmmm kind of like fellaini giving Gibbs a shove of extra momentum into shezny causing an injury and an own goal on the shoved player.

They get the win as a result of dirty play. I'll take a loss as long as we do it with class and a willingness to rise above.
Gaston Ramires, just another one of those flops. What more can be said.
That's exactly what's wrong with us. When push comes to shove we can't produce, there's always times when we have to play dirty but we just simply can't. I really don't care what we do as long as we win, even if we have to play dirty.
Why is Eric Idle - "Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life" song in the video list at this forum. wtf !
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It's trying to tell you something
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Jake livermore against his old side.
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Hue hue hue :P
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Reports saying that the Stewards were told to and did take fans posters that said “Wenger Out” on them.
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Off topic..i think this is the best honest trailer ever..lmfao

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DFtBjc1dz7w
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We did spent ÂŁ176,800,000 in the last 2 and half seasons and we are still a million miles away from the title........All i want to say today is that give me anything but mediocrity......Why cant we compete for the title?
I call for a vote/comment/discussion to hear from my fellow gooners opinions about the following 2 questions.
Q- Do you believe that AW still can lead us to title glory ever?
Q- What would be the breaking point for you to say that i have had enough?
All opinions are welcome :)
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Good questions, to answer the first: no! He is too stubborn in my opinion. The rest of the league has been caught up with his tactics, transfer, and footballing philosophy for about a decade now. It's as if everyone can see the problems we have except for him, and now that we're spending money, we are off to our worst start for a long long time. Question 2: I feel like i even past that breaking point already.
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1. No.
2. Above and beyond past enough.
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1:) yes he can if he is provided right resource and gives more importance to the defensive side of the game. we will have to learn playing ugly and avoid ourselves from always looking for that perfect passing goal. i just cant tell you how many goals we misses out doing so and it affects on the performance. i am not urging them to completely change their playing style but sometimes you change it according to the situation and strength of the opponent and this is where i personally he lacks.

2) As soon as we get disqualified from the cl spot
^That whole comment is laughable to me. He had ten years to do all that, another 10 years then?
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1. AW has the talent and competence for sure, no question about it. But right now the atmosphere at the club is one of crippling self-doubt - and it has been this way for 2-3 years. Increasingly, it seems that only a regime change can fix this. So no I don't think AW can bring back the self-belief needed to win the league title. Sometimes you just need a fresh start.

2 - if he can turn this season around and finish top 3 (ahead of city/united) then he deserves another year. Otherwise it's time to think options imo.
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#wengerout this season has been just like every other season for the past 10 years and it's time for change.
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Tell that to the fans that keep an going to the stadium, every season they claim they want change but they don't do fucc all about it. Boycott games but noo, they instead shove money up the boards ass. Action speaks louder than words, these people need to get that in their heads and not go on Arsenal TV spewing unnecessary s**t. I did that a lot but know I realise it won't make a difference as we don't have any voice when it comes to things like this.
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Honestly it's just so frustrating that the club are allowing us to continue on like this year after year, i was a huge fan of arsene but i just can't stand his stubborn attitude when it comes to his teams philosophy and if anyone criticizes him he just Spews a load of garbage about "people who have never managed a game in their life"
Good job arsene you have managed over 1000 games and the last 500 of them have been an unsuccessful and damn right embarrassing waste of time.
It's time for change and i don't care about any pro wenger opinions because in the past i said the exact same thing as them and its quite frankly deluded to carry on believing that things will change under arsene wenger.
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Spot on mate, We or others cant criticize these days because we've not managed a single game according to Wenger. It doesn't take a manager to see the clear wrongs in the team.

But the board is at fault the most, we've got a bunch of complete planks running this club. 'If he has a plan we back it, if he doesn't have a plan we keep quiet' A quote from Sir chip or whatever the hell his name is. So basically we're screwed, no matter how bad we do these fools will still back Wenger. Like I said planks.
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Wenger is literally untouchable now it's like he was given god status for the success he had in the past.. i just don't understand the logic of keeping him in the job any more, his tactics are awfully predictable nowadays and he can't seem for the life of him to recognize our problems in the squad and i'm not just talking about this season.
I just think when there are far better managers tactically out there who would probably jump at the chance to join us we need to go for it and make a change for the good of the club.
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