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are we signing any more players in this window?
I have a few questions (Forum related):

1. would you like a summary of our youth teams this season?

2. would you like to know about some lesser known prospects around other leagues?

3. would you like weekly embedded polls?

comment below :)
1. Nope.. Just rosicky stuff
2. Nope just rosicky news & updates
3. Of Rosicky's Please
Nightzzzzz
+4
i like i like :P
yes
why not
not really
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would you like to know about some lesser known prospects around other leagues and summary of our youth teams this season.
I'd like the polls. I spend way too much time on the youtubes channels of highlight vids as it is so not so much on the youngsters. Haven't been too in-the-know with the youth teams so that'd be beneficial.
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This news about RVP not being closer to a deal with United got me thinking about whether wenger would take him back. Even though i would hate that sight and would never do it in a million years do it, if i was a real manager or just playing FM. I respect wenger because unlike us fans who are very emotional in our decisions, Wenger would remain professional, assess our squad and seriously consider giving him another chance.
as far as i m concerned the c_nt can take his EPL medal and shove it up his Asphalt.....AW dont need players who think they are bigger than the ship.....we payed his wages the whole years while he was injured and one good season and he think he is too good to play for arsenal? AW knows what he did and the fans feelings
who is rvp???
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He's too old and past his prime. We're in a position where we can spend now, so if we were to strengthen up front in the summer, we would pay for someone younger who would probably ask for no more than what RvP is making anyway. So even professionally, I don't think it would make much sense.
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I personally dont want him. most fans will forgive if he keeps banging in the goals.. rationally speaking agree with sjsung. I always thought rvp will finish his career here takin bergkamp type role, supporting the striker. Unless he takes a paycut and is ok playing 2nd fiddle he's not worth it no more.
He looks too worn out these days. That gray hair of his is creeping more and more over his head. His injuries would also not be welcome here.
Aside from personal feelings, he is slowing down, past his prime, and injury prone. If his wages were low then he would be a more than decent squad player however they are probably high and he would want to start every game.

I would take someone like Fabregas back who has a lot of good years still under his belt.
It going to be great when Sanchez wins the Arsenal player of the year award. I can't remember the last time a non European player did it

http://www.myfootballfacts.com/Arsenal_Player_of_the_Year.html

If anyone is interested the numbers worn by all our players from 93/94 here you go

http://www.myfootballfacts.com/Arsenal_Squad_Numbers.html
Bielik Interview:

"There's somebody who arranges for me whatever I need. All I need to do is concentrate on football & learning English. I've already moved in with a host family. They're lovely, positive people. Has anything surprised me about my move? One thing. Everyone is so nice to me at Arsenal. No exceptions. The first team, youth players, coaches - everyone asks me how I am doing and if I need any help with anything. The level of training is really intense. What I have to do individually is really tough. 1st team training is truly impressive At the moment, I'm exhausted after training, gasping for breath. It's good for me though, I need it and it will pay off soon. (On Wenger) You can see how much respect everyone has for him. I'm a little intimidated to even say 'good morning' to him! He's a great person and a great boss. He immediately told me that, if I have a problem, I can talk to him. Sometimes I need to ask people to repeat things 3 times, but they always smile and tell me not to worry. It is really amazing. I was told Szczesny likes being the centre of attention, but I haven't seen that. He told me I could ask him for any help. The dressing room is always awesome - everyone is always laughing. I don't understand everything, but it's still funny! (on his development) We don't have a clear path, but Wenger says he sees great potential in me. Everything is down to me now. I am grateful to Arsenal scout tomez pasieczny. Without him, I wouldn't be here. I now need to prove him right."

http://www.przegladsportowy.pl/pilka-nozna/ligi-zagraniczne,krystian-bielik-opowiada-o-poczatkach-w-arsenalu,artykul,536748,1,423.html
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Class!
+1
he does seem like he has the right attitude for elite level sport.
that Polish connection tho...
Hey guys. Just joined footytube finally after lurking around for at least 4 years...lol. Been an Arsenal fan since 2002
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welcome fellow gooner.
Welcome to the site.
Welcome! Please let me know if you have any questions and I'll be happy to help you out!
Thanks guys. @Kgb112 I guess a quick question is, how do you know when someone replies to your post or comment? You know how facebook has notifications, does footytube have those?
We have an induction ceremony here....what you have to do is go to Zilch's wall and post FALCAO...only afterwards can you be called family........
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^this is a must lad
Mekus,

Unfortunately, Footytube does not currently have an equivalent system in place. The site's owners/developers have been looking into options for a while now, and we keep hearing that it is coming...but no concrete timeline as for when yet.

Each user does have a profile with a comment wall, and anytime someone posts on your profile's wall you will see a notification in your profile's newsfeed.
Post a picture of Falcao on his wall..you will be the best of friends
^ Try it...

:/

In short the development team are AWOL, I have to email these days to get something done so they should be done updating notifications by about the year 2020.. Currently the best way is to set up your email notifications. FT emails you if someone posts on your wall so set up alerts from Footytube through your email and you'll receive wall comment notifications. Regarding the actual forum replies, no such system exists, you just have to refresh the page.
Welcome mate. You just have to spend every waking moment refreshing the page like the rest of us addicts here.
You found your voice! Welcome :D
+1
One of us! One of US!
I just looked at the next 10 games and I just hope for the love of god we win a chunk of games in a row like last season. Any teams above and below us dropping points in the next 10 games will be massive. One game at a time please!!
One step at a time..i just hope we win our next game and finally have a 3 win streak in the league. I think if we show this consistency then we have finally turned the corner.
For some reason I feel like we can still win the league, but I cannot see Chelsea dropping 14 points. Not to mention how hard of a task it would be to win out, considering we have these cups to look forward to. I am finding it hard to come to peace with this :/

I know we will go on a good run, maybe we can do what Liverpool could not do last year and see out a serge towards the top.
Anything is possible, but PL title is out of reach. I think we have a better chance of winning the CL than the PL this year.
It's still too early to say. The most obvious would be that we would make a better 2nd half of the season than the first half and that Chelsea would go on with their rhythm, so we would be 2nd-3rd, ManCity 2nd-3rd and ManU 4th, with Southampton dropping points. But you never know what could happen, still 48 pts to distribute for each team.
If it's possible we'll do it but seriously one game at a time. Let's keep our priorities in check. Doing well in the CL and win the FA cup with a top 4 birth is our aim. That's a pretty realistic and good goal imo
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We would really have to win every game for the rest of the season. I'd be fine with top four, retaining the FA cup and maybe CL semis...
Exactly. As far as possible in the CL, a win in the FA Cup. I would say a top3 finish would be a target as for now, it would qualify us directly to the group stage, no need for the August stress of a double confrontation in Turkey or wherever.
I am usually one to hold out hope, but winning the league is certainly out of reach. Theoretically it is possible of course, but there are too many points to make up. I'm just excited to see a (almost) fully fit squad all play together. Our current squad looks a lot better than it did earlier in the season. Hopefully this current group stays healthy. I can see us making a decent run in the CL if our starting players are fit.
I want to make top 3 and hopefully get another solid win against United or chelsea to banish those demons
I should admit that talking about a tittle challenge from 5th place is also a little short sighted from me. I like the idea of no CL qualifier in August...
We need to finish in the top 3 this season. Right now we have a better chance of winning the UCL than we do the league. So let's just focus on the cups for silverware and glory.
If Matic gets injured they'll drop more than 14 points. I still think City will win the league currently but the end of season run is in Chelsea's favour.
Top 3 is a reasonable goal. Keep in mind we're playing 1 match per week right now. There's a massive drop in freshness once we start playing CL and FA Cup matches during midweek and it will be difficult to compete on all fronts, which makes CL the more likely trophy than the PL. But no matter what, the best way to compete for any and all trophy later on when the legs aren't as fresh would be to rack up the points right now when our fixture list isn't as congested.
in case you wanted very close to the official confirmation for Gabriel's permit lol

http://www.bbc.com/sport/0/football/30970748
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BBC saying the permit has been granted and we're hoping to announce the deal in the next 24 hours.

Good news, I like where this is going!
just sign him already :P
Looking at our fixtures, we have 9 games at home and 7 away games left, and most of the fixtures are winnable with luck and good mental focus.
With good luck and mental focus all games are winnable lol
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If we average 2 pts a game from now on we'll still end with only 71 pts


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Premier League Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
52
32
19
51
2
4
16
22
1
47
23
22
45
3
5
14
22
2
42
21
16
37
6
3
13
22
3
40
15
21
36
4
7
11
22
4
39
14
25
39
5
6
11
22
5
37
2
30
32
7
4
11
22
6
36
10
25
35
6
6
10
22
7
35
4
27
31
7
5
10
22
8
30
-4
30
26
8
6
8
22
9
29
-4
27
23
9
5
8
22
10
27
-9
35
26
9
6
7
22
11
23
-4
34
30
9
8
5
22
12
23
-8
33
25
9
8
5
22
13
22
-9
29
20
10
7
5
22
14
22
-14
25
11
10
7
5
22
15
20
-14
33
19
8
11
3
22
16
20
-15
36
21
10
8
4
22
17
19
-10
30
20
11
7
4
22
18
19
-16
39
23
13
4
5
22
19
17
-14
34
20
13
5
4
22
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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