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It's officially wenger20 :)

Lots of tributes pouring in (both positive and negative) but I will always remember him for taking our club to new heights with the invincibles and blessing us with current and past great players.

Thank you for your years of service and enjoy your incredible Milestone :)
Watching some Arsenal Fan TV interviews... my god why we Arsenal fans so freakeing divided, we playing great at the moment!! be happy, enjoy it... just saddens me that we have to fight each other about Wenger in, Wenger out.. we all support the same team, and essentially want the same thing as winning the league and champions league.. everyone got an opinion, but its just freaking opinion.. ffs Arsenal fans get together and support the team that we all love
its DT bro no one else.
I hate the whole channel in general. Not the same anymore.
lol coquelin is back earlier than expected


+1
Coq being Coq, Coq blocking Xhaka :D
What's going on with giroud. He's still unavailable for Burnley. Smh
Do we know if he's available for France? I know Ramsey was ruled out.
he's not available for France too
Nice to see Everton dropping points
Someone on the Liverpool forum said exactly the same thing word for word the same amount of hours ago. You 2 must be soulmates.
Lol, Benteke helping us out XD
............................is this a paradox :P
If you don't have a boss like Mourinho just take a knife and stab yourself occasionally for the same experience.
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looool
+1
Lol good one
+1
You take the piss out Mourinho. I like you :)
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0f_9b8OGknQ

Great video about Arsene's 20 years at Arsenal...Ian Wright holding back tears talking about him in the end got me good lol

Trigger Warning: Piers Morgan
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idk why you would put Piers there might as well put DT there its nearly the same thing lol.
+1
LOL u could feel Wright n Martin wanted to punch him so so so badly. I dont know why he even supports Arsenal he seems more like trophies seeking fan to me.
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I liked that BBC brought Piers in to make the counter points and create the tension about Wenger's "Act 2". Would've loved to see Henry, Gilberto, or Fabregas in there. Someone who played during the Invincibles era and also played at the Emirates.

I also watched Wenger's Burnley presser and something tells me Wenger is really wavering and considering retiring from Arsenal at the end of the season. I think since 2006, Wenger's main concern on his contract extensions was whether he was able to mentally and physically see Arsenal through the stadium rebuild.

So for the first time since the board's given Wenger the power to decide his own fate, I think he'll now be thinking more about whether he's the best man to take Arsenal forward again after the rebuild or whether like Graham was before Wenger, it's time for someone new to lead that project and make a legacy with the platform Wenger leaves behind. I'm sure he's also thought about what's happening at ManUtd and thinking whether it's even possible for the next manager to be given time to build his own legacy in today's footballing world. Lots to consider at the end of the season I'm sure.
I have that feeling too Sjsung. With the way things are shaping out, I really hope for his sake he gets one more before he calls it a day. With the squad we have now, there isn't a reason to think that we can't give Wenger the final title he deserves in the house that he built for us (also may explain the reason for the tenacity and determination we're seeing out of the squad).

On the other hand, he would leave Arsenal and our next manager such a deep squad. We have 5 capable CB's, two phenomenal keepers, a potential world class RB, a mid field so stacked that Ramsey and a return-to-normal Wilshere would struggle to get into, arguably the best CAM in the world, Alexis, etc. If the position were to be vacant, there aren't many managers in the world who would turn the chance to be at the helm down. And that is all thanks to Arsene.
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We've got 7 easy games coming up before we hit Spurs on Nov 6th.

EFL win vs Reading, 10 league points (BUR, SWA, MID, SUN), and 2 wins against Ludogorets seems like a reasonable goal to me.
Agreed, the goal for October should be to get maximum points in every match.
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Boro will be tricky
Honestly they are winnable games with the current squad we have now and the way they have been playing of recent, but the team have been in this position several times in past seasons and have bundled it. Imo these games will test if the players have really matured and overcome their mental lapses of the past.

Remember in the Epl anybody can beat anybody so i hope the players aren't overtly over confident but have learnt from pass mistakes and forge ahead and beat these teams. I for one didn't think Bournemouth will beat very promising Everton side or Burnley beat liverpool but they did.

As fans especially us Arsenal fans should take the games as they come and not set our expectations so high this early as alot of us have done plenty of times but keep our expectations to the minimum and let the team surprise us.
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As much as mental is important i feel like the most important thing is how we approach game everytime we close down fast and pass fast we are almost unplayable. Remember last year against man u and this year chelsea we were closing down fast and passing fast as long as we play that style we will win 95% of our games.
Well that takes out a lot of energy, I hope we won't burn out, and use that closing down wisely.
^I think that is why we have dropped off in the second half recently.

We have started games really quickly, looking to kill the game off in the first half and slowing the tempo a bit in the second half to conserve energy.

Once we have the lead, the controlled possession and passing allows us to essentially run the clock down and make them chase. That then opens up space for us to hit on the counter and secure the game beyond doubt.

I still don't know how well we react to going behind and chasing games, we have only really had to do it against PSG.
@Deffyduck Exactly what I was thinking too. We've started cutting out stupid defensive mistakes more, so IMO once we go 1-0 up fast, I'm confident against most teams that we can see out the game by changing from press to counter-attack somewhere along the way during the match.

But when we go down 1-0, especially when we're using a fast lineup (ie: no Giroud), then it can sometimes get really hard for us to come back and even if we do, we expend a lot of energy and we're tired for the next match, etc, etc.

I think some people were saying that it's been a while since we thrashed someone, and I'd love for us to be clinical and have that happen too, but I'd rather we conserve some energy towards the end of games if we are afforded the opportunity.
"Easy" games. There is no easy games in Premier League. This league is the most competitive in the world. Even Barca would struggle to win the Premier League.
tell that to manchester city m8 ;P
http://www.tuttosport.com/sondaggi/calcio/2016/09/29-15876453/vota_il_golden_boy_2016_scegli_il_tuo_preferito/

Vote Iwobi for the Uefa Golden Boy Award on the link above! COYG!!!
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He's got my vote but who are his competitions?
i thought journalists decide? he's not going to/shouldnt get it before ousmane dembele or renato sanches, unfortunately for him.

renato would be favorite, he was key in benfica's title, went to the CL QF as a starter, won the euros as a contributor, and i think youngest scorer in international competition for portugal? plus big money move to bayern? it's a wrap.
Renato sanches, Iheanacho, Rashford and Brandt the biggest names on there after a quick glimpse.

Sanches is probably going to win it.
I would say, as an individual, ousmane dembele or sanches was the most impressive. but renato won two major titles, I can't see how he wouldnt win despite not being a starter at bayern so far.
I don't actually know who decides the winner but the article on metro had this link on their site saying fans can cast their vote and decide the winner. I'm a bit bias obviously being an Arsenal supporter but i think he deserves it just as much any of the lads on there otherwise he wouldn't be nominated for the award.He's doing a brilliant job on the wings and is rapidly improving. Yeah sure he hasn't won any major tournament or helped the team to a UCL QF but he's a rising star that is working hard to make a name for himself in europe at the moment.

Anyway, Renato will probably win it as you guys have mentioned.
Renato has been quite poor for Bayern so far
It doesn't matter how good any of them are. We are Arsenal fans, we hijack polls and make sure our boys win!

Jack Wilshere goal of the season vs WBA, remember?
+5
Donnarumma has a good shot of winning it. He's only 17 and is already a 1st choice keeper for Milan.
as soon as you see polls and arsenal fans get ready lads

Iwobi is winning
Guys vote for Grujic =p
+2
who's grujic ?
^he's a poor man's Iwobi.
With Sanchez up front our system looks perfect to disrupt man city's total football..too bad we wont face them till the end of the year...So is this one of those strange weekends we actually want spurs to win?
+3
I never want Spurs to win unless it meets some very specific criteria.

- last day of the season
- Arsenal are currently 1st
- Spurs are playing 2nd place team and a win would secure the title for Arsenal.

I would like a draw, both teams lose points then and give us the opportunity to close the gap.
Spurs have to take advantage of Kdb's absence. With him in he side city are unplayable way too much quality.


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Arsène Wenger has said that he is not obsessed with the thought of winning one last trophy at Arsenal and insisted it should be an Englishman who gets the England job
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Leonardo Bonucci to Chelsea? Ralf Rangnick for England? Marco Reus to Arsenal?
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Arsenal will assess Francis Coquelin before deciding whether he is ready to return against Burnley after scans showed that the midfielder’s knee injury is not as bad as first feared
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Arsène Wenger has admitted he could be tempted by a chance to manage England ‘one day’ but said: ‘My priority has always been this club and until the end of this season, I’m here’
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First meets second as Manchester City visit Spurs, Theo Walcott looks to continue his hot streak and will this be the last we see of Francesco Guidolin?
1 day ago
Chris Coleman, the Wales manager, has been left frustrated as Aaron Ramsey was ruled out of two World Cup qualifiers after the Arsenal midfielder broke down in training
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Marcus Rashford of Manchester United, Alex Iwobi of Arsenal and Dele Alli of Tottenham Hotspur are among the 40 nominees for the Golden Boy award
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Alvaro Morata to Arsenal or Chelsea? | Robin Van Persie to England, Turkey or wherever? | Ezri Konsa and Elexander Isak to prompt full scout migrations?
2 days ago
Arsenal forward Theo Walcott scored both goals in the first half for a 2-0 win against Basel and keep their unbeaten start to the Champions League going
2 days ago
Theo Walcott scored twice as Arsenal battered Basel
3 days ago
Theo Walcott said his upturn in form is down to a change in attitude that should have happened ‘a few years ago’
5 days ago
Son shines again for Tottenham, Chelsea and Leicester need defensive shake-ups, Palace signings prove their value and Southampton are ticking over again
5 days ago
Francis Coquelin is awaiting results of a scan on the knee injury he sustained in the 3-0 win against Chelsea on Saturday, with a long-term absence from the Arsenal team feared
5 days ago
An injury to Francis Coquelin gave Granit Xhaka his chance in the Arsenal midfield against Chelsea and the Switzerland playmaker took it – now he has the chance to make the starting spot his own
6 days ago
The Premier League does not do anniversary awards. But if it did, Arsenal could have designed this 3-0 defeat of Chelsea as a perfect homage to their manager
6 days ago
Arsène Wenger called Arsenal’s first half against Chelsea ‘nearly perfect’ and praised Theo Walcott’s renewed desire to earn a first-team place this season
6 days ago
Arsenal’s three first-half goals were enough to beat Chelsea 3-0 in their Premier League encounter at the Emirates
6 days ago
Mesut Ozil was magnificent and scored the third goal as Arsenal passed Chelsea to death in the first half at the Emirates
1 week ago
Arsenal’s manager, Arsène Wenger, has said he admires Diego Costa’s positive attributes and wishes he had tried harder to sign him from Atlético Madrid as he prepares to face Chelsea
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Antonio Conte, the new Chelsea manager, has made a mixed start to the campaign and a win over Arsenal would help settle the nerves
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