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SInce we made it into the Champions league in 2010-11, were the only top 6 team that has qualified every year since. A model of consistency that we should be thankful for.
What a game! Hoping for another stellar performance mid week against Napoli!
Napoli is going to be a good test because they are really good. I follow Inter and know just how deadly they can be even against the best. They will certainly bring the game to us and we should be looking for pay back. Its been almost 6 years since last meeting them. A big game Pep must prepare for.

Curious weather Pep will start B. Silva as I think his ready to start.
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Milan fan myself. Napoli cannot be taken lightly. The whole team in general is looking really good. I'm sure pep will rotate. It's one thing he's known for.
^ What a game tonight by both Inter and Milan!

As for the CL game. Rotations will be good. Although Pep will go strong, its a great thing our next 3 games are home games!
Milan is in a dire need of a good coach. The current one isn't cutting it. Both Inter and Milan really need to step it up it's sad not seeing them consistently in CL football.
Wow something special is really happening at our club, it's like Pep is drilling the players to be ruthless and rightly so, no more excuses it's time to put up or shut up, even with injuries our team is capable and there should be no excuses. I hope Napoli was intimidated by that performance, I hope we show them the door next week proper.
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Fantabulous performance. Great shift from everyone. Just hope Walker is doing fine after that horrible challenge from Diouf
Haven't heard anything so I'm hoping he's good. Everyone was great, I just hope we can keep it up and not burnout too much mid season.
What a weekend! Chelsea lose and Utd draw against Liverpool. Then City top it off with a big victory against Stoke. We played some brilliant football, when it got to Fernandinho's goal, I just got a massive hard on, too much sexy football at once for me to contain myself.

Gotta love our front 3 boys, doing so well with our brains in Fernandinho, Silva and KDB running the show.
the sane goal was better due to that operating table sharp pass from kdb
I can't pick between, all the goals where pretty good. Good day all around.
Fernandy for me, that spin and distance, I'm a sucker for the long range goals.
Lol my favorite was the Sterling goal. It had everything

- Guile - KdB did a no look pass when everyone thought he was going to pull the trigger

- Positioning - Sane had gotten into a delicious position to receive that pass

- Decoy - Silva had obfuscated the defender so Sane could be free

- TEAMWORK - Sane passed to Sterling instead of trying to finish himself and he has been a bit selfish lately

- Sterling - he did not screw up lol. Good composed finish

Love the tap ins that come about from good teamwork. I did not mention Jesus here but he did play a small part along with KdB, Silva, Sane and Sterling
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Domestic violence
WHAT! get hyped! where the fans?????
Its an early game, we stream in after we watched the game. I don't really come on footytube while watching the game. Although we are having our way with Stoke, considering how much of a hard time they would give us, this is fun to watch.
a delicious tap in.
good game, unlike the neighbors.
3-2 whats going on lol
City will destroy the citizens!!!
Cool story bro👍
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So I dont want Alexis Sanchez.... whether for 20 mil or free...am I alone here? Im overjoyed with our contingent of young attacking stars with the vets Silva and Aguero being around for over 6 years....I like our set up. Im also not enthralled by the way Sanchez plays in general. Immense talent for sure, but he hogs the ball and sucks creativity from other players on the field. he also complains alot which ive always appreciated about our team is that very rarely do we have players with bad attitudes.
Even the Arsenal fans think he hogs the ball.

Either way, we operate so well right now because of the speed on the wings - stretching the opposition fullbacks and allowing Silva/KdB to wreak havoc in the center. Sanchez does not fit that philosophy at all. The only player he can really replace at this point is Aguero and I don't think that's a good idea
Sanchez hogs the ball because he's playing around mid table players....hes surrounded with the likes of Wilshere, Elneny, Giroud, Welbeck all these guys are West Ham/Stoke quality players so obviously its more beneficial to Arsenal if he hogs the ball and makes all the calls. I remember i mentioned that Arsenal is a mid table team and if not for Wenger they would be competing in the middle of the table, back then i got a lot of backlash from the Arsenal fans but now even they admit that their team is a mid table team. With City it won't be like that he's surrounded by a star studded team. He works a lot for the team, i think thats what Pep likes about him.
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Calling Arsenal a mid table team is a ridiculous statement. That's pretty much why they did not have the appetite to listen to anything else that you said. If you had not started with that, more people would be listening to what you said. As FYI, nobody admits that Arsenal is 'mid table'. Tell me which user agreed to that.

You do make a lot of good points but then destroy all the good work with statements like these.

Also, asking Gunners to themselves admit that their team is midtable (even if hypothetically it were) is crazy in itself.
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Sanchez is not needed at all. We have enough quality going forward and unless one of our strikers are leaving, we don't really need him. I want if our seniors are out, the young guns to be given the chances to lead the lines and tackle the challenge. G. Jesus stepped it up against Chelsea, I want to see more. As class as Sanchez is, we don't need him. I wouldn't be happy if Pep signed him, that would mean Sterling, Sane or G. Jesus will get less time.
Tomikato maybe you misunderstood my comment. As a team Arsenal is not a mid table but their players are mid table players. Wenger takes that mid table squad and turns them into a top 6 team. There is a reason the likes of Barca City etc don't come after their players anymore, because they don't have any top players apart from Sanchez and Ozil. I remember one user said we have Zhaka we have Mustafi and then a month later those same users started bashing Zhaka and Mustafi.
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