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Philosophy, I'm not sure you check your wall very often, so I'll give you a notification through the Arsenal board.

I don't always have time to address such long discussions, so you won't always receive an immediate reply from me. However, I recently had a bit of time on my hands and so I decided to address your points. Please respond on my wall if you want me to get back to you.

Also, for Tanmay, I still think Cazorla, Ozil, and Sanchez have the quality and intelligence to adequately play with each other. I believe there are certain tactical issues that need to be addressed before such a prospect can come to fruition though. When it does, I expect a more creative and penetrative Arsenal.

Contact me on my wall if you want a response too.

P.S. If I don't respond immediately, you can address my men in the meantime.

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lol i am not a big wall checker, but i will respond on wall
Liverpool looks in really good form, competition for top 4 will be mental if everyone will be in similar run of form
+4
Am glad they are showing this kind of form right now. They have to face United this month
WE FINALLY SIGNED THE PLAYER WE NEED!

http://www.arsenal.com/news/news-archive/20150220/carla-humphrey-signs-first-contract

;P
ermm...
i think i'm in love :P
zilch stay away :D
Campbell playing for villareal
WOW, forgot all about him already
Just watched the new Invincible documentary, the way it was achieved you just gotta admire.

Would kill to have the likes of Keown and Lehman on this team, players that would tear into you if you were slacking.
+2
monaco defeat was definitely a one off..we're on great form n on a hell of a run of wins..most may think i'm crazy but i'm really confident on a complete reversal n france..i think we can/will turn the tie around n book a place n the quarters..
+1
it wasn't a one off...that game exposed our weaknesses.....Merts (a slow) CB and our striker who isn't clinical.....we could have easily kept a clean sheet in that game and scored 4 goals but we lost 3-1 because of our weakness in those areas.....today we werent exposed to any counter because we had two pacey defenders and giroud put one of his chances away (he should have had a hat trick).....
+8
I agree with Gunners4. Even against Everton we played poorly, but this time we have managed to score.
+3
your making my point exactly.."we could have easily kept a clean sheet in that game and scored 4 goals" aka a one off meaning something that is not repeated or reproduced..since early december the defeat to monaco was only our third loss n last 17 games..
We aren't in great form as we were about 3 or 4 games ago but that's ok we are getting results. Monaco was a one off in terms of results, not form though
+3
Agreed with AZ here. I dont know if we'll turn it around in Monaco, but we are capable of doing it. This season Giroud has been vital to us (best attacking player after Sanchez imo) and Mertesacker has been good. The Monaco game wasn't a collective disaster, it went down to some bad individual performances.

We nearly turned similar situations around against much tougher opposition so I would think we can make it. The odds are not in our favor but we can do it. Monaco is going to be under a pressure they rarely had to experience this far. Let's not forget how unexperienced they are. They had a perfect game and are a difficult team to break down, they are very conscious about what are their forces and weaknesses. But we certainly can break them and score 3 goals in their stadium.
+2
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+4
Um so we win the FA cup last season and all of the sudden we have the right to bash clubs that were in our shoes? lol you're silly
+3
have a bit of fun Shaymoose, their our rivals, some of them would;ve probably done the same thing if we lost the FA cup final last year.
+3
well I won't feel bad about a little banter with our fiercest rivals, especially since they made a point to bring that Arsenal trophyless website as much as they could for years before we won the FA cup.
"Aaron Ramsey has killed Osama bin Laden, Steve Jobs, Muamar Gadaffi & Whitney Houston"

Haha Classic!
+1
( EPL 2014/15 ) : Arsenal 2-0 Everton .. Highlight - https://vid.me/fyir
+1
John Terry - Captain, Leader, Racist, Chelsea Legend
+18
Well done to Chelsea in the end, still winning.
+8
cant deny the fact that he is a fantastic defender......
+8
And a President of Chelsea Ladies Football Club. lol
+8
lmao spot on gooner
+2
Coquelin has a broken nose.

That usually takes two weeks for swelling and bruising to go down.

But 6 weeks to full heal.

Don't know how football deals with this but medically that's the recovery time.
surley he can put on a terry mask
+3
He'll wear the mask for sure.
+4
Le Coq does not care. Le Coq will play.
+1
Le Coq has a big one. He will play.
Maybe his nose was softened by all Le Coq he does?
+1


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3 days ago
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Premier League Table

Form
PTS
GD
GA
GF
L
D
W
Pl
Pos
60
34
22
56
2
6
18
26
1
55
30
27
57
4
7
16
27
2
51
22
29
51
6
6
15
27
3
50
20
26
46
5
8
14
27
4
48
10
30
40
7
6
14
27
5
46
18
20
38
9
4
14
27
6
44
5
36
41
8
5
13
26
7
40
-3
34
31
9
7
11
27
8
39
6
33
39
8
9
10
27
9
39
-3
34
31
10
6
11
27
10
35
-10
42
32
10
8
9
27
11
30
-7
38
31
11
9
7
27
12
30
-9
34
25
11
9
7
27
13
28
-6
39
33
11
10
6
27
14
26
-11
36
25
13
8
6
27
15
25
-16
38
22
10
13
4
27
16
22
-18
45
27
16
4
6
26
17
22
-20
45
25
13
10
4
27
18
22
-24
37
13
15
7
5
27
19
18
-18
42
24
16
6
4
26
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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