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I don't understand why people are mad at Balotelli for the shirt swapping, it was Pepe that asked for the shirt wasn't it? Seems like nothing is going for him atm.
+1
We are playing on saturday, not much rest between and plus sunderland would want to forget the horrible loss they had last weekend, the game is going to be difficult, i won't be surprised if we start slow unless wenger rest players and give others with fresh legs a start, namely joel campbell, arteta, poldi, ox, and rosi, and rest the likes of wishere, santi, and welbeck, yes welbeck!, he looked tired and labored, he has being playing too many games(PL,england and cl).
+2
Yeah Welbeck doesn't look like his used to all the games his been getting. Wenger needs to give JC and Chamberlain a start. No many of our current starters have played so many games you just fear another injury is not far away...As for the game if we start with a high tempo, instead of our usual slow starts, we could tear them apart...
+1
Chamberlain was great tonight and so was his goal for the equaliser...
+1
LOL! I see what you did there
Gibbs did a good job of jumping out of the way of that volley as well.
+1
Sanchez u mean :P
I thought it was theo
oh theo damn i miss him
If only gibbs had scored that goal against Hull as well.😬
Hey guys we won lol, i am celebrating the win, we haven't won in while, so lets blot out the negative and enjoy our win, phew what a miracle lol
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGUtvE_zkk8

Youth League : RSC Anderlecht-Arsenal
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i know i really didn't give an explanation to why i'm stepping down as mod and if i'll be commenting from time to time so i'll just say a proper explanation

so as i told matt and the other guys, i feel like i'm holding on to powers that i have no right to be holding on to because it's unfair to people who actually want to do their job properly so i decided to step down. My absence, as many of you know, revolves around my life which has been absolutely a roller coaster for the past few months and i just can't invest all my time in football anymore (as weird as that may sound haha). But I just want to thank everyone on this place for introducing me to such a great footballing community rest assured i'll be back on and off on this site when time permits but atm not happening.

This isn't the end i'll be on during special occasions and stuff but my super long paragraphs and youth write ups have come at an end unfortunately xD

anyways guys don't fret keep the faith COYG :) and good win today :)
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good luck
We all love Cloudst, im sure no one feels unfair. We understand bro, social network is not life.

By the way, this is the only time I took my time to read a super long paragraph on here lol
+1
There'll be a new mod in a few days time ^^
Badge is becoming a mod isn't he zilch?
Social network definitely is not life.

But football is.
I meant an Arsenal user Xgooner but yeh, Badge will be a mod as well :)
I know who it is!

its not me ;)
the only way we can have wilshere and ramsey on the same pitch together is if we drop flamini and play one of them as a holding mid, when they are on the pitch at the same time we lose balance. Maybe Wenger should play Wilshere in the holding role like England does. I know he is little and our team really needs size, I would rather Diaby in for size and power, but if they both (wilshere,ramsey) have to play at the same time you have to drop one of them as a holding mid
I for one would love to see him molded into that role. Its a shame really as him playing as a deep lying CM, though utilizing his long range passing and vision, will also limit his ability to make those bursting dribbling runs from he middle.

Wilshere next to Song and Fabregas was so lovely to watch. I sometimes wonder if the same pairing with Flamini(Song) and Ozil(Fabregas) would be equally as effective.

You guy's considered the possibility that maybe they just need more time together to work out the kinks. I think what they really need is a leader in midfield playing that holding role. Someone willing to bark orders at them when they're not playing well..goes without saying someone younger too
Hell will freeze over before we give the scum our Poldolski!!
i don't see anyone on the forums taking mention of Joel Campbell. He was simply outstanding more so then poldi and ox. all he did was drive forward the entire time he was on. he needs more game time!!! the three subs at the end of the day made the difference so cudos to wenger for that otherwise the team was rubbish other then sanchez. ramsey was a bit quite. JC neeeeds more games!

monreal was pretty woeful, bellerin should have played at RB and chambers at CB.

flamini was pretty poor
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Thanks for posting! I missed the game and was really curious about how Joel Campbell did. I like him as a player a lot. Anyone else have thoughts on Joel?
He's been sharp, I just wanna see our team go past 2nd gear in matches now. Poldi needs to grab more goals and Campbell needs to open his goal account too
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He's made two cameos these past few days and has definitely impressed, whether or not he can start matches and have an effect remains to be seen. I definitely want to see more of him, but with Theo coming back soon we'll likely have to wait longer than we want to.
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Well how can you see if he can make an impact if you don't start him, give him a couple of games then judge him.
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Because we can't afford to experiment right now AssasinedViper. You'd complain that Wenger's starting Campbell if he doesn't perform, but you advocate for it now. Sanchez has to be playing , Theo is coming back and Wenger trusts an experienced player like Santi which I agree with.

I want to see Campbell play 60-70 minutes from the start in a Premiership match but right now when we need results so badly, I like that Wenger is going for more experience.
+1
That being said, has Oxlade-Chamberlain really earned a place ahead of Joel Campbell? I'm not convinced and yet the Ox has been getting more looks. Sometimes I worry that Wenger gives more time to players that he wants credit for developing. But it's a long season and these guys will get their chances. Come on, yinz gunnahs!
Biggest issue for me is he keeps giving away the ball. Our team is about possession, anybody who starts for us needs to be good at keeping the ball. Also don't forget he's been impressive subbing on late in the game, meaning everybody else is tired and it's easier for him to look good.
Oxlade-Chamberlain gives the ball away a lot too, but fair point!
Which is why Ox was behind Alexis and Ozil in the pecking order I think. Oxlade also has seniority in the team over Campbell. It took a player as good as Alexis to displace him and Campbell's not as good as Alexis. I will not be suprised to see Oxlade step aside and get less play time with Walcott coming back.
Ox deserves to be a starter with his performances this season. He had just one bad game with hull.
I wouldn't be complaining at all mate, with the way we're playing new blood needs injecting into the team for more freshness. We're unbelievably predictable in everything we do and it's because we have the same players trying to do the same things over and over again. I was genuinely going absolutely crazy yesterday, we kept passing and passing and passing then losing the ball then still we kept on passing and passing again with no intent.

Before we used to be known for our beautiful football know.......... I really don't know.
Apologies for all the swearing Zilch, emotions got the better of me. Still annoyed with that dreadful performance though, that was genuinely the worst I have ever seen from us especially with it being Anderlecht of all teams that we were outclassed by. My oh my how we have fallen. And what's up with Wenger substituting at 75mins and that too because we conceded, God knows when he would have done it if we didn't concede.

Flamini mistakes speak for itself I'm not going to even speak on that, Ramsey and Wilshere never again please, that formation never again PLEASE. Our attack was abysmal as always, what more can you expect.

Wenger?............... Iv said too much.
Don't tell me it was 4-1-4-1 again...

It's all good mate, you're not the first and won't be the last lol. As I said before, I see Wilshere as a future sub at Arsenal tbh, Flamini well in all honesty the whole team played poor and with no desire. As for the formation, it was a 4-1-4-1 in defense but we swapped to a 4-3-3 in attack, I actually liked it but Flamini and Wilshere made the middle not function properly :( You probably won't agree but Ozil in that 3 man midfield with Ramsey and Arteta, could work really well against non-physical teams until Wenger gets the CDM he really wants.
Ok that's better 4-3-3 in attack is what i like
exactly you've said too much bullshit already, shut up
manage Arsenal first then we talk ass
+1
So I talk bullshit now, mate even your dumbass knows I'm speaking sense. You don't have to be a manager to see the wrongs in your team, everyone in the world can see it expect your untouchable manager. I don't have time for people like you so bye.


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Premier League Table

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15
8
23
0
1
7
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1
17
10
8
18
1
2
5
8
2
16
14
5
19
2
1
5
8
3
13
4
11
15
3
1
4
8
4
13
1
12
13
3
1
4
8
5
12
3
12
15
2
3
3
8
6
11
2
11
13
1
5
2
8
7
11
1
10
11
3
2
3
8
8
11
-1
11
10
3
2
3
8
9
11
-1
9
8
3
2
3
8
10
10
0
13
13
2
4
2
8
11
10
-8
12
4
4
1
3
8
12
9
0
16
16
3
3
2
8
13
9
-1
11
10
3
3
2
8
14
9
-2
13
11
3
3
2
8
15
8
-3
14
11
4
2
2
8
16
8
-7
15
8
2
5
1
8
17
7
-6
14
8
3
4
1
8
18
4
-9
13
4
4
4
0
8
19
4
-12
18
6
6
1
1
8
20
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UEFA Champions League Table

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9
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9
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3
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6
2
4
6
1
0
2
3
2
1
-4
6
2
2
1
0
3
3
1
-7
9
2
2
1
0
3
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