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    Things just got better; we've just scored the 3rd goal ...

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    Wah ... the scoreline is 5-2 now ...

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    settled down after the 2nd goal... playing much better in the 2nd half. quite wasteful. should have been 7 or 8 by now. oh well...

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    Ok lah ... come to think of it, we're now 4 points behind the leaders and should they lose the next 2 and we win the next 2 ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Goi View Post
    Ok lah ... come to think of it, we're now 4 points behind the leaders and should they lose the next 2 and we win the next 2 ...
    haha...yeah. those buggers make me sweat for 20 mins.

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    Confirmed: Arsenal Sign Dimitrov For 700k
    Tuesday, April 29, 2008



    Bulgarian newspaper The Sofia Echo have confirmed that Arsenal have signed Levski Sofia midfielder Nikolay Dimitrov for a reported 700,000 rising to 1 million.

    Dimitrov plays on the left wing and at 20 will probably start the season as first choice LM ahead of Vela. As it currently stands, Eduardo, who broke his foot is set to return to first team action before Rosicky who continues to have injury problems.

    The 20-year-old Bulgarian international came to Arsenal on a 15 day trial and impressed Wenger greatly. Unlike the other trainee Mputu, Wenger did not need a 2nd invitation and started negotiations straight away.

    Dimitrov said, "Its so exciting. The coaching staff are very kind and Arsenal are a very good team with good young player. I hope to lead Arsenal to as much silverware as possible but right now I must focus on my career."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Goi View Post
    Ok lah ... come to think of it, we're now 4 points behind the leaders and should they lose the next 2 and we win the next 2 ...
    then u will be champs.

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    Like I said.. if this happens and Arsenal become champions.. it will be the ultimate comeback.

    I love it when Arsenal come from behind

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    Not really 'Arsenal' news but it is interesting to read about Spurs....


    Ramos 'nothing' to do' with cup win, says Kaboul

    By Adrian Curtis
    Wednesday, 30 April 2008


    The Tottenham Hotspur defender Younes Kaboul has launched an astonishing attack on his manager, Juande Ramos, claiming their Carling Cup triumph in February was "nothing to do with him" and that they would still have won the trophy under Spurs' former manager Martin Jol.

    Kaboul also claimed that Ramos does not communicate with the players and that the Spanish coach had not given him a chance since he replaced Jol in October.

    Ramos has been widely praised for his work with Spurs after their disappointing start to the season while Kaboul has not featured in the first team since the 4-1 defeat at Birmingham City on 1 March.

    "Tactically it has changed a bit, perhaps," Kaboul said. "But then, in terms of personality, Martin was a character. For us, he was a father figure, whereas Ramos, it is just tactics and nothing else.

    "In training, we do a lot of stuff on the blackboard to work on our progress with the ball. Ramos has brought us that, but nothing else. What has saved us this season is the Carling Cup. People say we won the Carling Cup because Ramos arrived at the club, but that has nothing to do with him. We would have won it with Martin Jol."

    Kaboul, signed from Auxerre last summer, has not featured regularly since Ramos replaced Jol. "I played the entire first half of the season, but since the change of manager I have not played," Kaboul added. "I have had no explanation from him. He doesn't talk, with anyone. Communication doesn't exist with him. He isn't playing me? That is his choice I respect it, I am a professional.

    "I am young and it is the first time this has happened to me in my career. But I am not surprised because, when you are a footballer, you must be prepared for that, for good and bad times.

    "Ramos has not really given me a chance. When a player doesn't have the confidence of his coach, he can't do much on the pitch. But when a coach has confidence in you, you take the handbrake off and you race away."

    Another unhappy player is the Birmingham winger Daniel de Ridder who admits he may have to consider his future at the club after becoming "frustrated" at his lack of first-team opportunities.

    The Netherlands Under-21 international, signed on a free transfer from Celta Vigo last summer, has not featured for Alex McLeish's side since the FA Cup defeat to Huddersfield at the start of January. The emergence of Sebastian Larsson as a key player for Birmingham has contributed to De Ridder being marginalised. But he has hit out at the perception that he is injury-prone and is baffled at his lack of involvement with the first team.

    "When Alex McLeish came in, I played in his first game at Tottenham and we won and I thought I did well," he said. "I have watched the tape back and I was described as one of Birmingham's most dangerous players.

    "But everything has altered for me 180 degrees and I am frustrated I am not involved in the squad.

    "It is frustrating because I like the club, the city and the fans and I hope we can stay in the Premier League. But I also have to think about my own career if I am not playing."

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    Pick these up from Arsenal sites...

    This is the kinda attitude we want to see in Flamini's replacement!

    This is a more serious article, talks about the stress that the team faced.

    Dr Jeff Halperin, Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Arsenal fan has emailed ANR to remind that he has written about the stress the team suffered in the latter part of the season.

    http://www.sortoutstress.co.uk/index...tures&Itemid=2

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    Quote Originally Posted by FooFighter View Post
    Pick these up from Arsenal sites...

    This is the kinda attitude we want to see in Flamini's replacement!

    This is a more serious article, talks about the stress that the team faced.

    Dr Jeff Halperin, Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Arsenal fan has emailed ANR to remind that he has written about the stress the team suffered in the latter part of the season.

    http://www.sortoutstress.co.uk/index...tures&Itemid=2
    bro, your This is the kinda attitude we want to see in Flamini's replacement! link not working leh...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brand View Post
    the link works for me

    wow! he chases for every ball!
    Last edited by madmacs; 2nd May 2008 at 09:05 AM.

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    Here's something snazzy...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anwlpTgbQTE
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brand View Post
    Confirmed: Arsenal Sign Dimitrov For 700k
    Tuesday, April 29, 2008



    Bulgarian newspaper The Sofia Echo have confirmed that Arsenal have signed Levski Sofia midfielder Nikolay Dimitrov for a reported 700,000 rising to 1 million.

    Dimitrov plays on the left wing and at 20 will probably start the season as first choice LM ahead of Vela. As it currently stands, Eduardo, who broke his foot is set to return to first team action before Rosicky who continues to have injury problems.

    The 20-year-old Bulgarian international came to Arsenal on a 15 day trial and impressed Wenger greatly. Unlike the other trainee Mputu, Wenger did not need a 2nd invitation and started negotiations straight away.

    Dimitrov said, "Its so exciting. The coaching staff are very kind and Arsenal are a very good team with good young player. I hope to lead Arsenal to as much silverware as possible but right now I must focus on my career."

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    ONE IN ONE OUT....Flamini to Milan
    this season should have ended our 0 silverware streak....next one we'll break through....watch out blues, red devils, reds... EUROPE!
    Last edited by emirates; 6th May 2008 at 04:33 PM.
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    watch the videos...the first 2 quite funny

    http://www.skysports.com/nikelivefabregas/

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    Hleb has been confirmed to leave Arsenal. I suspect the club has internal problems, maybe boardroom. :P

    http://soccernet.espn.go.com/news/st...533279&cc=4716
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    Just wanna say afew things:

    1. Hleb is going to Inter Milan.
    2. Nani didnt get the "coverage" that he deserves.. if it was an Arsenal player, can you imagine what the press will say????
    3. If manu loose and chelsea win this weekend, I tok .............. Imagine Steve Bruce trying to beat SAF and deny manu the title?
    Last edited by FooFighter; 10th May 2008 at 01:26 AM.

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    i believe its manu's title this year, but i hope wigan and chelsea can prove that notion wrong.
    i have seen so many manu fans (not all, but majority...some are actually very nice people) grovelling and snobbing when manu were holding on to the top 3 spots since march...and they were so quiet during the year they were trophy-less. Got to give it to them for earning the honour of being the most hated fans in singapore. lol

    Quote Originally Posted by FooFighter View Post
    Just wanna say afew things:

    1. Hleb is going to Inter Milan.
    2. Nani didnt get the "coverage" that he deserves.. if it was an Arsenal player, can you imagine what the press will say????
    3. If manu loose and chelsea win this weekend, I tok .............. Imagine Steve Bruce trying to beat SAF and deny manu the title?
    1. hope new players come in, and try to keep them. No point bring in, nurture and let go. We become like youth academy for other clubs. (like west ham)
    2. the press are mainly pro-manu, eg new paper usually only print more stuff on other teams when bad things are happening, they play down manu's faults, and glorify a win with words of praise and tribute at least 3 or 4 pages. Hahaha Oh well...that's what it is when majority of the fanbase in singapore belong to the devil's. Haaa
    3. hur hur hur
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    Wah...chelsea is playing with no strikers... bit too obvious ? hahahaha
    or maybe grant just wants to get back at abramovich.

    (line up from soccernet....i got no live tv...cant confirm)

    Chelsea
    1 Petr Cech (G)
    35 Juliano Belletti (D)
    3 Ashley Cole (D)
    6 Ricardo Carvalho (D)
    33 Alex (D)
    10 Joe Cole (M)
    8 Frank Lampard (M)
    5 Michael Essien (M)
    15 Florent Malouda (M)
    4 Claude Makelele (M)
    13 Michael Ballack (M)
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    We're 1 up @ Stadium of Light ... will miss the season ...

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