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    Pretty sad results....
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    Chin up everyone, no one has the divine right to win every game.

    First the bitterness then come the sweetness.

    Move on... no point dwelling on that game, we can't change the result, but we can make things right by beating AC

    Arsenal will beat AC Milan tonite!
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    Quote Originally Posted by FooFighter View Post
    Chin up everyone, no one has the divine right to win every game.
    precisely...should learn such from manu, big loss, sombre mood nevermind, look forward to the next match, win it, claim invicibility and celebrate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FooFighter View Post

    Arsenal will beat AC Milan tonite!
    Isn't it Thursday morning, Singapore time?
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    Urgh ... we drew but I'm glad that we didn't concede any goals ...

    I guess we really need to score against them in 2 weeks' time ... away goal(s) may just be the key ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Goi View Post
    Urgh ... we drew but I'm glad that we didn't concede any goals ...
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    that was very important! Away goals rule can be scary sometimes...hehe
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    disappointed we didnt get a goal or 2. at various stages we were running rings around milan. i take comfort that at least they were going at full steam for most of the game and the passing was fast and precise.

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    Eduardo breaks leg after 3 mins and is out for the rest of the season. Sad.

    I believe the players from B'ham had instructions to go for the legs or play physical.

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    It's a really sad day for Arsenal ... we lost Eduardo, drew @ St. Andrews and lost two points when the game is all for the taking ...

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    haiz....

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    Bad result. I guess manu with reduce the gap now, i dont newc would even wanna throw the kitchen sink at them. Hope they get a freak result too, if newc somehow improve overnight.
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    Yeah ... haiz ... no wonder William Gallas was visibly upset.

    At this level, I guess we can never take anything for granted and yes, Birmingham did a fantastic job again, just like the previous game which they also drew against us. I am really impressed by their never-say-die attitude, despite playing with only 10 men.

    Hope we'll buck up soon ... just glad we'll have a weeks' break before we square off with Aston Villa @ The Emirates ...

    Another night of misses ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbs99 View Post
    Bad result. I guess manu with reduce the gap now, i dont newc would even wanna throw the kitchen sink at them. Hope they get a freak result too, if newc somehow improve overnight.
    like the 5-0 more than 10 years ago?

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    Quote Originally Posted by madmacs View Post
    like the 5-0 more than 10 years ago?
    Haha ... lightning may just strike the same place twice; don't forget Keegan's back too!

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    It's a really sad day for Arsenal ... we lost Eduardo, drew @ St. Andrews and lost two points when the game is all for the taking ...
    why sad? the only thing sad about the game is Eduardo breaking his ankle.. other than that, what else can u say abt a team who had enough chances to bury the opponent but opt to miss everything?

    ade's selfish play to attempt a shot when he shd have squared the ball to bendtner who had an open goal in front of him was SINFUL! too much playing up by the media has pumped his ego up too much... when once he played for the team, now he plays for himself.

    frustratingly sickening!

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    why sad? the only thing sad about the game is Eduardo breaking his ankle.. other than that, what else can u say abt a team who had enough chances to bury the opponent but opt to miss everything?

    ade's selfish play to attempt a shot when he shd have squared the ball to bendtner who had an open goal in front of him was SINFUL! too much playing up by the media has pumped his ego up too much... when once he played for the team, now he plays for himself.

    frustratingly sickening!
    on another day the ball would have slid under the keeper. anyway on the other exterme we have hleb who was overly unselfish and refused to take the shot himself

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    reckless tackle ruins everybody's day
    hope dudu gets well soon

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    I didnt catch the game coz I was attending a wedding dinner. I only saw the pics and its sickening.

    Its not a tackle, its outright assault to injure.. if you don't believe me you can take a look here. I warned you that the pics are quite graphic... I read that SKYTV covering the game refused to replay the incident.

    Honestly I dont even care for the 2 points dropped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madmacs View Post
    on another day the ball would have slid under the keeper. anyway on the other exterme we have hleb who was overly unselfish and refused to take the shot himself
    YA, that too! the whole team gotta learn more on decision making.. guess that comes with experience? it's a frustration supporting this team but still... they are MY team.. grew up with them

    Man U has benefited from our 2 points dropped + upped their GD by another 5 goals.. and with our players cramping into the treatment room, i fear for the worse..

    When i look at Man U players, i see smiles and hi-5s.. when i look at Arsenal players, i see panic and self doubt... how?

    Gallas show of frustration at the end was sad and my heart goes out to him...

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    Hope Taylor gets as long a ban as Eduardo is out.

    Eye for an eye on time.

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