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#sign
What about Jackson martinez??
remember to name your son Fa-Kin No-Wan for a day's worth of fame within Arsenal and who knows he'll eventually be signed
LOL and the worst transfer of this window goes to...

http://www.bbc.com/sport/0/football/28992409
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chicarito has gone to RM
Welbeck?? Don't think ManU will be willing to loan/sell to direct rival competing for top 4! Not unless they are as stupid as us when we sold them RVP LOL
He would be decent for us in all honesty tbf but yeah JC deserve a chance but thats comes with a risk too!
I think we are done this window, dont think we gonna sign anyone unless its a CB!
I dont even want him. J Campbell deserves a chance.
OMG! Falcao to Man Utd for $6 Mil Loan with an option to buy...wow. We couldn't afford that? really?
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£200k wages - I think that is where we opted out.
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Probably a down payment for when they sign him permanently next season. The option to buy is reportedly around £44m so he'll end up costing them £50m. Even if they don't trigger the option to buy, he'll still end up costing them a fortune for a year long loan deal. In the end, he is 28 years old returning from an ACL injury and will be a big gamble for that much money. LvG better deliver now after bringing in so many players. There's no more room for excuses now.
Pre agreement to sign him next year for 43 mil euros. Not cheap
No obligation to trigger that. Agree you guys could have got him if not for the wages. You guys need a new wage structure if you want superstars nowadays.
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@Drde: Haha maybe a little! It's a bit frustrating to watch a mid table team spend more money than us. :P
@nowayout why so bitter? you jealous?
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@nowayout: you forget the no CL part :D
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could there be a chance that wenger's going to buy strootman? would be a good fit right?
His after fockin-no-one.
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Wenger bought Sanchez to play in the middle. He is good at holding the ball and can easily take on two defenders at a time. Probably Wenger is waiting for players to gel together which is important. We got new players in Debuchy, Chambers, Sanchez, Campbell, Sanogo and Ozil (2nd Season). Ox and Wilshere are also returning from a longterm injury spell. A sudden arrival of Flacao would not create hell of a difference if our midfield is not working together. And once it starts functioning Sanchez, returning Walcott, Campbell will run riot. Ramsey also needs to step up. What I would like to see is a new CDM. Still some time to go in the transfer window. Lets see how it goes.
I'm not even that worried about our CF/ST situation tbh. I'm more worried about the fact that we only have Chambers as a genuine backup for the CB/RB/DM positions. God forbid if something happens to him, we're truly f****d. I'm still hoping for 1 or 2 squad players.
Sanogo still did pretty OK for his age. He held up the ball a few times and had very good distribution. It still remains that his movement though reminds me of a baby deer with long skinny legs who can hardly stand up by consistently looking like he's about to fall down lol.
Not true Gunning.

With a proper st/cf with experience he'd know how to finish. Sanogo had a good few amount of chances yesterday so while we lacked end product in the middle he still had some chances. That makes every bit of a difference.
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United's squad haven't jelled yet but they will and Falcao's addition will change the mood of the players.

Chelsea and Citeh and Pool seems to be favorites for top 3. 4th spot likely to get occupied by United, Arsenal, and Spurs with an outside chance.

The prospect of us finishing out of the top 4 spot is seeming more than likely and a possibility. With the mounting injuries we have, it is slowly diminishing our chances and further slowing down our players getting to know each other on the field.

The more I take a step backwards is the more I'm inclined into believing our somewhat 'free will' free flowing players on the pitch receive more injuries because of being put into awkward situations where there's no cohesiveness at times. This then likens the chance for a player to be put in an uncomfortable situation to cause injury. I've been studying this for about two years and feel as if this contributes to more than 75% of injuries caused.

To get to the bottom of it you have to take a full step back and see the bigger picture, this means to analyze the cause of injury in the first place. Example, player didn't do his job right, so other player had to sacrifice his position to make a tackle, one in which should've been done by 'a stronger player' who knows how to tackle.

There you go, don't be quick to judge only our medical team. You gotta look at the philosophy first.
As I said before Deffy, they'll figure it out eventually, I think early enough to sustain a challenge for 4th.
Its amazing really in the defensive areas we are weaker than last year! Arteta/Flam aint getting any younger, With Sagna/Jenk/Verma out we have only brought in two players! If chambers gets injured then we are f****d in two different ares that he can cover(RB/CB)!
And Giroud(our best st atm) injured too! Mehh whats done is done!

Can we now go back to good old 4231 and play our best player(OzIL) in his best role(Cam)! If we were gonna play 433/4141 with three midfielders then obviously turning down Cecs was big mistake since he miles better than wilshere/Santi in that CM role!
Well still expecting a surprise from AFC! You never know eh?? haha COYG
Utd have an attack comprising Rooney, RVP, Mata, Di Maria and they couldn't score against Burnley.

The issue is that they cannot move the ball from defence to attack, due to inexperienced defenders and a very weak midfield.

They can put Messi up front but it won't help until the first 2/3 of the team (defence and midfield) are able to adequately service the attackers.
True true but with a change in formation to 4-3-3, attack will have more fluidity and with time the team will gel. The season has only just started my friends.
if u play that 4-3-3, u will have to drop one of ur stars lol
No need for CB and CM. we will play 5 GK. This is LVG philosophy!

---Amos - Johnstone - DDG - Lindegaard - Joel Pereira

-----------------Januzaj - Mata - ADM
-----------------Rooney - Falcao - RVP


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