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Rob Green, forgot how to goal keep ;) Beaten at the same side twice :P
It's easy to forget many things in football the second you put a QPR jersey on
wow. Just watching that ManUHL makes me want to puke.
+2
Guys I didn't watch the game. ....did Coquelin play?
sure did :) He was awesome too
Yes, was great once again!
he looks to have changed your midfield in a good way.
got to love that clever sanchez goal, reminds me of saurez ability of us.
+1
Besides the 3 points i can't be any happier to hearing that.
This was meant for the latest comment from you SergioRamos.
For me probably one of the best game of the season, it doesn't seem like it but overall it was a great display. QPR were great in the first half but we kept our cool and defended in numbers, soaked up the pressure from both players and fans. Second half we played some great confident football, when we lost possession we rallied back and put pressure on the ball with care not wildly. What impressed me most was our response after scoring the first goal, we didn't drop our tempo like we usually do, we upped it and looked more dangerous. Not too bothered about the goal conceded, was a wonderful goal from Austin who has a bullet of a shot on him. Individual brilliance shone there.
+1
Kieran Gibbs; what a massively underrated player. He's the silent team player type, I love those players. David Alaba is a similar type, and coincidentally he might be the most underrated world class player there is. I hope Kieran can become the same in due time.
+3
Both full backs were near flawless for me. Really enjoyed watching them shine today.
Yeah, but recently we've all been saying Nacho should be starting in front of him because his defensive duties have been 2nd fiddle
Nacho has hardly put a foot wrong all season. Tbh while debuchy is out I prefer having nacho on the left since bellerin goes forward so much. One fb has to tend to more defensive duties
+1
Nacho has been the defender of the season for me but hopefully he can stay fit and end the season strong.

Gabriel was strong today as well but so was Merts... BFG needs to play the rest of the games he plays like that imo.
@Gunnzo: Yeah, thats what killed us vs monaco. Their speedy wingers were allowed too much room to run at us bc our full backs were too far forward. We have to be aware of who has speedy wing players before we run out two attack-minded full backs!
+1
Listening to the game on Arsenal Player felt more nerve recking than watching a live action coverage, but still exiting to hear us score.

I missed the last ten minutes of the game due to a client meeting at work, but I'm so glad to come back to see that we won!
+3
Gabriel out for 3 weeks.

Welcome to Arsenal, have you met Diaby?
+4
what happened to him?
pulled his hammy
Seriously? These muscle injuries are absurd.
Rosicky again was the engine in our machine.

We played great football second half.
+1
Well, we are closer to our ultimate goal of a "top 4 finish". speaking of such things, Wenger's statement about us being "nowhere near a title challenge" bothers me. Every top team in the premier league should consider themselves contenders. Do you think Pellegrini or LVG or even Rodgers at Pool tells their guys this?? I hate it. It breeds complacency, and complacency leads to mediocrity. top 4 my a$$...
+2
Lol are u serius? He's 100% right. Nowhere near it, I wouldn't like it if our manager coughed up a lot of bullshit just for the sake of it.
I think you're looking too much into this. I believe it's mind games, he's surely encouraging his players to aim to catch up to Chelsea.
+1
So you want him to lie to his players? telling them that they're nowhere close to Chelsea and Man City should only spur them on to reach that level. If you look at last season, every single manager of the top 6 teams including Mourinho and Pellegrini distanced themselves from the title challenge talk. Do you really think we have any chance at the title with 10 games to go? Also, don't just read the headline and stop there. Here is an excerpt from that article

Wenger does not see his side as title challengers, despite six wins in their last seven league matches.
"At the moment we are nowhere near to winning the Premier League, and nowhere near close to being in the race," the Frenchman, 65, said...."At the moment we are too far from Chelsea to say we are in the title race, but you never know what can happen,' he said.
'I speak as well about Manchester City, why should they give up for the title? They have done it three years ago from being eight points behind."
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To be fair no one is really close to the title except chelsea. City are the only ones really with a shot to get it but they are not far from us
+1
Wenger is right in his statement. I am sure he is not saying the same thing to the players.
Ask Mourinho about chelsea's title challenge and then compare
I don't want him to lie, I want Wenger to believe in his players! (and yes I did read the entire article) In my opinion, that's his job. He comes up with tactical strategies, he helps develop players, and when it comes to achieving goals and instilling sheer desire: he sets the tone- he LEADS. If I put myself in that locker room, and I hear my manager say we are not title challengers, but hey, go for a top 4 finish, I'd personally be irritated and want to prove him wrong. However, from our history, it seems like my response is the minority.

I'm just getting tired of this top 4 garbage. Lets win this league!! Believe Wenger! Chelsea are strong, but they, like every team has weaknesses- they are slow at the back, plus they carry the burden of being at the top where everyone wants to beat them. City also has holes at the back- they just sat Kompany, and Aguero isn't at his peak right now. They are certainly not untouchable, football gods! Lets put the pressure on THEM to stay at the top. If you send the message to chelsea and ManCity that we "give up", it strengthens them!!! Let them know we are gunning for them and it adds to an already heavy load.
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3 days ago
Olivier Giroud, who missed a hatful of chances in the defeat by Monaco, opened the scoring against Everton before Tomas Rosicky added a second just before the final whistle
3 days ago
Olivier Giroud and Tomas Rosicky scored in either half to give Arsenal a victory that moves them above Manchester United and into third
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Premier League Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
63
35
22
57
2
6
19
27
1
58
32
27
59
4
7
17
28
2
54
23
30
53
6
6
16
28
3
53
21
26
47
5
8
15
28
4
51
12
30
42
7
6
15
28
5
49
19
20
39
9
4
15
28
6
47
6
38
44
8
5
14
27
7
42
-1
34
33
10
6
12
28
8
40
-4
37
33
10
7
11
28
9
39
5
34
39
9
9
10
28
10
35
-11
43
32
11
8
9
28
11
30
-8
39
31
12
9
7
28
12
30
-10
36
26
12
9
7
28
13
28
-8
41
33
12
10
6
28
14
27
-11
37
26
13
9
6
28
15
26
-16
39
23
10
14
4
28
16
25
-23
38
15
15
7
6
28
17
22
-19
47
28
17
4
6
27
18
22
-22
47
25
14
10
4
28
19
18
-20
44
24
17
6
4
27
20
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UEFA Champions League Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
13
10
4
14
1
1
4
6
1
13
7
8
15
1
1
4
6
2
6
-2
10
8
2
3
1
6
3
1
-15
19
4
5
1
0
6
4

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