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Does anyone else think it's funny that we seem to be favorites over Chelsea? We are do a sh7t game, but I hope it doesn't come as soon as Sunday.
we are at home and Chelsea don't have to win so not surprised we're fav's
Jordan Ayew scored twice against former club Olympique de Marseille,
Alright Fellaz. The Johnny Depp movie I've been waiting for. Welcome back!

are you being paid to advertise films gss?
OT: the helicarrier didnt crash in the latest marvel movie. big achievement for them. lol
Spoiler alert mate!
spoiler alert & unpopular opinion

I miss King Joffrey:p
Do you think AW will release an Autobiography when he retires? Would probably be the most captivating sports book ever lol
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Seems like the type
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Hopefully he'd finally feel like he was free to answer so many questions that have been asked of him all these years.
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he should. i want to know about his perspective on his players. rvp. cesc. theo etc. the real story from the man himself. that will be great.
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I remember I read/heard him saying that he won't write any book
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"I don't plan to write my own book at the moment, but maybe one day I will be inspired to do that," said Wenger. "I do not say never, but at the moment I don't have that need at all."

"The past is history and history has to be written. It's good. It is a legacy of his career and I think that is important. He was for 26, 27 years Manchester United manager. He was not anonymous. It is huge what he has achieved.

This is from when SAF autobiography came out. I feel like he will definitely write one once he's retired.
Unpopular opinion here...

You know I was looking at two big men. Arsene and Mourinho. They are sooooo childish, especially when being interviewed about the other manager.

If you look into it on a whole, it's quite funny but grow up man.
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I feel like arsene usually dodges voicing opinions about other managers. I can only think of the one time where he said "if you give success to stupid people etc etc"
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Arsene has better things to do than talk about stupid people.
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2 top managers in world football just using each other as motivation, rivalry is healthy even if they act childish sometimes, I like it. It's good entertainment, next time arsene needs to give him a French backhand instead of a shove
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What sparked this opinion? Both of them for the most part keep each other's name out of their mouths and their interviews are pretty normal. It's just that everyone remembers the spats and disses because it makes a more entertaining spectacle.
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stupid s**t compulsory final year dinner during chelsea game. godddddd......
turn off phone, so no messages. watch it online when you get home. easy peasy.

in modern day, you don't have to watch sports live to enjoy it fully.
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just tell them you have diarrhea and cant make it
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Yeah tell them you had some bad lasagna.
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Great article from 7amkickoff about tactics for the Chelsea match. Interesting points made about coquelin.

www.7amkickoff.com/2015/naveens-tactical-column-verticality-compactness-and-countering-chelseas-parked-bus/
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jesus. he tears the great Coq apart here. lol.

I thought Arsenal fans were so impressed by his red card level two-footed tackles and the constant lunging into players rather than using defensive positioning to control play and dictate terms that they were ready to overlook his complete ineptitude when it came to being involved in build up.

Wenger probably will play him, and with us most likely pressing everyone except Gabriel and Coquelin and allowing them to get on the ball, we are going to see what we saw happened to Chris Smalling and Paddy McNair, a whole lot of running forward into what looked like open space, only to be blocked off, leading to a backward pass and a reset of play.
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Hmmm....interesting read thanks! The question is do we want to lose defensive stability? Coquelin is so good, when it comes to reading the game when we're getting countered or defending, which will happen if Jose parks the bus. He is the only player who is super disciplined in the sense that he doesn't go up aka Ramsey Wilshere etc... I think that agains a Chelsea side that will be using counters it'll be a good thing to have him in the team. I don't know how to explain this, but there's no one else in our team who inspires as much confidence as him. Another point that the author didn't make about the CHEvsMANU game is that, they had an out of form Falcao, I think that Giroud may prove to be the difference on Sunday.

Just my 2 cents
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Coq will start..no doubt about it
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Watch arsene say f*** it and throw arteta back into the starting lineup instead of coq :)
Meh this has all been apparent about him since Spurs destroyed us cos of Coquelin's inability to pass safely when placed under pressure, he lacks the ability to hold the ball up, instead he can only intercept it and make simple passes to win back possession. And tbh the bigger problem is that Mertesacker is out injured. Why? Because in order to maintain fluidity with Coquelin playing we need to making passes from the CBs to the CAMs ie Ozil, Ramsey and Cazorla. Mertesacker is the best player we have for that. Space is opened in the passing channels via lateral movement from the forward players and Coquelin is completely bypassed in the buildup, Mertesacker excels at this. Without him playing it's a big ask and will lead to much slower play in the middle of the pitch.

This is the exact reason why Coquelin cannot be the starting choice CDM next season, he is too one dimensional and cannot play in a double pivot. He is great for games where we play a 4-1-4-1 and just set his control switch to "destroy" but in games that require more technical tactics and flexibility he is not the answer.
lmao. I bet coq made less 2 footed tackles than Cahill. I dont even want to talk about Mou's favourite player Ramires.
http://www.arsenal.com/news/news-archive/20150424/fa-cup-final-kick-off-time-confirmed

http://news.arseblog.com/2015/04/ticket-prices-increased-for-fa-cup-final/
What is the problem with Ox ? He seems picking up form then go injured all the time. It's disappointing. Hope he will not end up like wilshere, walcott and gibbs.
he's out for the season.
They need to stop contemplating and just do the surgery if required. He's been injured last season too :(.
I think Chamberlain has a better attitude and work ethic than Wilshere or Walcott. So im not too worried about his injuries.

I was reading the BBC article about Wilshere returning from injury a few weeks back and some of his quotes gave the impression that he should be an automatic starter or fit straight back into a successful winning team.


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Premier League Table

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GD
GA
GF
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D
W
Pl
Pos
76
39
26
65
2
7
23
32
1
66
31
32
63
6
6
20
32
2
65
28
31
59
6
8
19
33
3
64
33
34
67
7
7
19
33
4
57
11
36
47
9
6
17
32
5
57
6
47
53
10
6
17
33
6
56
21
24
45
11
5
17
33
7
47
-4
42
38
12
8
13
33
8
46
-3
41
38
13
7
13
33
9
43
0
42
42
12
10
11
33
10
42
-3
45
42
13
9
11
33
11
41
-2
43
41
12
11
10
33
12
36
-14
46
32
15
9
9
33
13
35
-20
54
34
16
8
9
33
14
32
-21
45
24
17
8
8
33
15
29
-23
48
25
13
14
5
32
16
28
-16
45
29
16
10
6
32
17
28
-17
51
34
18
7
7
32
18
26
-21
59
38
21
5
7
33
19
26
-25
51
26
17
11
5
33
20
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UEFA Champions League Table

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GA
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W
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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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