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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
idk why you would put Piers there might as well put DT there its nearly the same thing lol.
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 this 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 this teams. I for one didn't think Bournemouth will beat very promising Everton side nor beat 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.
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.
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?
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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
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?
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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.
Is it me or does Iwobi remind you of Rosicky?
Yeah, they look very alike
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rosicky has longer hair though. that's obvious
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He needs to start shooting like Rosicky:p
^ he did man, that's what i like about him, he shoot whenever he has chances, but never once hog the ball.

edit: I get it wrongly, but yeah, maybe he can shoot like rosicky
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Ozil just compared him to jay jay okocha and Edgar davids
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he is Okocha's nephew :D
Iwobi nominated for uefa's golden boy award
Well Deserved
Ozil apparently has two prerequisites before signing a new deal, which reportedly could be worth a club-record £200,000 a week. First, the Germany international wants the No. 10 jersey vacated by Jack Wilshere's loan move to Bournemouth.

Second, he wants guarantees from the club that they are committed to being a world-class side by bringing in other big-name stars in upcoming transfer windows. This summer saw the arrival of Granit Xhaka and Ozil's Germany teammate Shkodran Mustafi.

And what if the Gunners rebuke Ozil's demands? Then the 28-year-old will take his boots and make a dream return to the Bernabeu, says Bild.
For a man who couldn't even finish his dinner let alone the easy chances he gets week in week out..he surely demands a lot.

For a 42million man, his finishing ability makes Gary Cahill look world class.

Arsenal should be tough not to be held ransom by this man.
How does one define big name stars in these agreements, any idea?
I feel like you guys could deal with Ozil leaving. There's always an abundance of creative midfielders these days.
I'd love to know how the intimate contract details known by around 5 people manage to get out to journalists so regularly and how they just happen to match the media made narrative "wenger doesn't make signings" even though our spending has been in line with most other big to intermediate since we were able to re-negotiate the long term deals we signed in order to fund the emirates.
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if the club don't follows, then he will leave, like van persie, club not showing ambition
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I'd take Ozil over any abundance of creative midfielder. The man just oozes class on the pitch. Each time he gets the ball his ability to make something out of nothing is pure football.

He is not "holding the club to ransom" like Rooney did, he is just asking the club to show ambition and not bend over each time another team makes an offer for their players, and also show some steel in the transfer market. These are fair demands imo.
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this isn't happening, Ozil has seen the ambition at arsenal with sanchez mustafi cech etc.

Gotta learn not to worry about the bullshit. Lot of noise coming out of football media but very little interest.
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@vaaz If he goes then I'd bring in Cotinho.

Cotinho can do what he does and more..
Definitely bullshit. If any, he'd want assurance that Wenger will extend his contract along with ozil
I doubt Klopp will let countinho leave definitely not to an a PL rival and for not less than £60m. Klopp must be sick and tired of his top players leaving year after year during his time at BvB. Wouldn't want a repeat of that
I don't get the source of this rumour mind you Real have a transfer ban so they aren't going to sign anyone anytime soon
Timid you must be joking? Coutinho scores amazing goals like 5 times a season but goes missing for huge chunks of time not to mention is more "lightweight" and gets pushed off the ball easier.
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Man Pokemon go is slowly dying .. they are ignorance as fck they either add more Pokestop and gym or stop banning everything otherwise it will die out soon.
Wait, people still play pokemon? I Thought it was a one week wonder
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It died long ago
Pokemon go get a life
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There's not much motivation to continue unless you really want to fill your Dex or hit the wild cp max at level 30, both of which I've already done. They have taken too long to release the legendaries and fix bugs, especially that stupid tracker which they still have not fixed. When they took out Pokevision and didn't fix the tracker, that's when they started to lose players in mass numbers. The only thing that keeps me going is catching something rare, and improving or getting better defenders. I think they've increased their spawn times and spawn points recently and I'm seeing rarer stuff but still not any Lapras or Snorlax recently.
I think it's called poke michu go
still a good number of people play it in cities, just not as many as there was in the first month of release. But as SIF said too many problems that even the rip off versions have more features than it
I hope we don't face injury crisis like every years hope this year is different.
Am not afraid about injuries this season compared to previous, because we have cover everywhere now, not just cover but quality cover, just like Xhata replacing Coquelin, if Walcott goes down we have the Ox, Perez, Chuba etc, main point we have good players that can cover the starters and keep our momentum going compared to previous seasons.

Imagine we still have starters Ramsey, Welbeck and Merts out, wow this is the strongest i have seen Arsenal in years

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I think we can have a season without suffering from injuries.

Realize that right now could have been an injury crisis without our depth: Giroud, Welbeck, Coquelin, Mertesacker and Ramsey are out, they were all starters not so long ago.
funny thing is no one is guarantee a place once everyone is fit but it's better not to have injuries.
Cech, Sanchez, ozil are guaranteed
+2
@Phil nice little collection of players for le prof!
and santi is guaranteed
+1
I'd say Bellerin as well
+1
And of course Koscielny. Too early to say Mustafi but he seems like he wont go anywhere
+1
Am still worried about injuries. our injuries seem to his us in one area. Remember in seasons past when some seasons it was mainly strikers getting injured, or center backs getting injured in others. Cause with us the injuries not only take out the starters but the backups as well. Don't forget we are a team that once had an injury crisis with GKs. Let's just hope we avoid as many as possible.

Mustafi is pretty much a guaranteed starter cause realistically who is going to take his spot. Paulista is good but the German looks better imo especially now that him and Koscielny are more familiar. There is no way Mertesacker is going to take his place back, that injury has ended his afc career imo.
I feel so confident with gibbs coming in as well, he is a really good one on one defender and he gets forward really well, obviously we are preffering monreal because thats the same role as bellerin but we dont lose much if we lose monreal either. Strongest squad playing the best football we have in years.
+1
When it's not your day to score, you will not score. Tough luck Alexis
+1
Super Gary Cahill would have scored those chances easily.


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