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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Goi View Post
    Bad news guys ... just heard RVP got injured in the friendly (IMO, pretty meaningless) against Italy. He's likely to be out for a minimum 2 to 3 months ...

    Sigh ...
    Oh no! Just when he's getting his form..
    Arsene Wenger's going to have something to say about the friendlies again.

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    the bad news...
    Van Persie 'tears ankle ligaments'
    http://www.teamtalk.com/football/sto...695844,00.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by guitarboutique View Post
    the bad news...
    Van Persie 'tears ankle ligaments'
    http://www.teamtalk.com/football/sto...695844,00.html
    That's sad.
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    OMG...looks like history always repeats.... Its black Nov for us again...damn those stupid friendlies

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    omg...wake me up when November ends...would love to see NB in the target-man role but too bad he is injured as well...
    Last edited by Simon_84; 16th November 2009 at 09:36 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon_84 View Post
    omg...wake me up when November ends...would love to see NB in the target-man role but too bad he is injured as well...
    NB taking the target man role? That would be disastrous to say the least.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Benji77 View Post
    NB taking the target man role? That would be disastrous to say the least.
    even though his form is not consistent, at least he is better then diaby...commit suicide with that own goal against man u...
    Last edited by Simon_84; 16th November 2009 at 02:53 PM.

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    Can't complain much, who doesn't give his all for playing for country. hhehe
    I guess whoever steps up, has a big void to fill since RVP been banging in quite a number of goals.
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    Hmm ... latest news seems to suggest that RVP will be out up to 6 weeks, let's hope it's true!


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    looking on the bright side, we aren't depending on just RVP for goals this season. let's hope the others step up and keep up the scoring average.

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    Oh dear, now Gibbs us out. Anyone know when clichy will be back ?

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    looks like we could see MS in the left back role...as 3rd choice LB.

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    No...you mean that old man from man u ? If he play there, we will be short of pace down the left side during attack. I think Traorei may be better but experience wise may be too short. How about Eboue our bo-bo king ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CKCHNG View Post
    No...you mean that old man from man u ? If he play there, we will be short of pace down the left side during attack. I think Traorei may be better but experience wise may be too short. How about Eboue our bo-bo king ?
    traore is more of a wing back than left back, sometimes he forgets how to defend...at least he is faster than silvestre who is no match for drogba...

    putting eboue on the left will be a bit of a handicap for him since he doesn't really use his left foot.
    Last edited by Simon_84; 18th November 2009 at 05:15 PM.

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    A sad day for all of us Credit to Sunderland, I feel they break down our play well. We didn't really have idea how to go behind their defense. Maybe Walcott & Arshavin came into the game too late. And we missed RVP presence. Let's hope they pick themselves up on CL & this coming weekend big game.

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    i think for this season finishing 3rd is an achievement already, 2nd place is gone liao...the November patch has started again...

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    wah..so fast you give up hope. must always have hope.

    anyway it was a poor game. the lads were not focused and lacked imagination. lots of stray passing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madmacs View Post
    wah..so fast you give up hope. must always have hope.

    anyway it was a poor game. the lads were not focused and lacked imagination. lots of stray passing.
    when arsenal doesn't have a plan B like route one passing to nickas (target man), normally the smaller guys will have some big difficulty finishing against big center half...so many players who can run with the ball last sat, but no one can finish off the deep lying man behind ball defense of sunderland.

    a draw would be a fair result...but they can't even get a draw, no offense but fab is not really a man motivator as a captain when the chips are down.

    i bet man u will try to hold on to the no 2 spot for as long as possible in order to keep the pressure on chelsea.
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    hopeless arsenal can't even manage a draw on home turf, utterly outclassed by in terms of scoring, what's the point of playing beautiful football and still lose in the end...cashey cole was right to leave us.

    if wenger wanna keep the 3rd spot, he better try to make some purchase come jan transfer window.
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    I fell asleep on the couch before the match started, only waking at 44mins to see us down 0-2. Heard the whistle, then went to sleep liao, no point watching us get thrashed.

    Its not that we cannot score, its that we cannot defend!
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