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  1. #681

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    Oh well, our CL dream is over
    Let's hope we have enough left in the tank to finish the season strongly.

  2. #682

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    Hope they can bounce back, focus and win the league.
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  3. #683

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    Multiple heartbreaks in these few weeks.

    If anything, its pushes the case thats its time to spend on a keeper.

  4. #684

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    the team has collectively given up on the title chase completely

    midfield can't even hold the ball. how many times see the wigan players steal the ball off their feet. defence don't even know where the ball or opponents are. goalkeeper forgot how to catch ball.

    sigh....

  5. #685

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    As much as Spurs is the traditional rivals, I rather they get the fourth spot rather than Man City. So extra incentive to beat them in the next game.

    Goodness known how much Man City will spend to attract the top players, who will be more willing to come if it gets into Champions League.
    Last edited by ahbian; 18th April 2010 at 11:07 PM.

  6. #686

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    The team needs a total overhaul. In the past, there were older players to guide the new ones, they have more fight and fire. This time round.... sigh...
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  7. #687

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    Agree with you 100%
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  8. #688

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    This is what I feel, people that need to go are:

    1) Diaby
    2) Fabianski
    3) Silverstre
    4) Campbell
    5) Rosicky
    6) Eduardo
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  9. #689

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    What a let down.
    I would say its easier to choose who to keep....

    1. Fabregas
    2. Sagna
    3. Vermaleen
    4. Van Persie
    5. Eboue
    6. Wilshere
    7. Walcott
    8. Denilson


    Buy a new keeper please...............
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  10. #690

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    Seems like Wenger is interested in Lyon's GK Hugo Lloris. Within the premier league, I would think Craig Gordan and Joe Hart would not be too bad. I just felt we should have grabbed Shay Given then when he was at Newcastle.

  11. #691

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    What a match. From win to lost. And in the 90mins+ again.
    For the 2nd goal from Wigan, GK should punch the ball away rather than catching it.
    Indeed, Arsenal need a good GK and some good new players.

    Quote Originally Posted by ahbian View Post
    Seems like Wenger is interested in Lyon's GK Hugo Lloris. Within the premier league, I would think Craig Gordan and Joe Hart would not be too bad. I just felt we should have grabbed Shay Given then when he was at Newcastle.
    For Given, maybe there is a chance to get him next season if Arsenal want him.
    Man City seem looking for a new GK. See a report that Man City is aiming Buffon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ichiowen View Post
    What a match. From win to lost. And in the 90mins+ again.
    For the 2nd goal from Wigan, GK should punch the ball away rather than catching it.
    Indeed, Arsenal need a good GK and some good new players.



    For Given, maybe there is a chance to get him next season if Arsenal want him.
    Man City seem looking for a new GK. See a report that Man City is aiming Buffon.
    Tell me about it.. It was a horror show for me..

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    Haven't you observed that Arsene only likes tall lanky goalie. He rejected Paul Robinson when he was England No 1 before. If the player is willing, I am sure Arsene would buy and put beanpole Peter Crouch in goal.

    I am hoping Arsene will buy big name established and experience players in the likes of Raul, Ruud van Nisterool, Claude Makerlele. Even the likes of Sulley Muntari , Stephen Appiah would be good additions. They need solid anchor midfielders and prolific goal scorers to complement the young players that they have. Arsenal is also a bit soft legged in the center of the pitch.

    But as of now, we are hearing another young striker from Bordeaux and a keeper from Lyon.

    When will the man learn that he cannot win anything with a team of boys and he has to stop preying on young boys from his home country on the cheap.
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  14. #694

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    Our ladies won again. Maybe we should all switch to supporting the girls instead next season

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    Quote Originally Posted by CKCHNG View Post
    Our ladies won again. Maybe we should all switch to supporting the girls instead next season
    Hmmm... it may be the way to go instead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CKCHNG View Post
    Our ladies won again. Maybe we should all switch to supporting the girls instead next season
    Quote Originally Posted by zac08 View Post
    Hmmm... it may be the way to go instead.
    These ladies actually won quite a LOT of competitions in recent years- Triples and Quadruples! Who says we went 5 years without silverwear?

  17. #697

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    . Walcott showed glimpses of the sublime and I hope he has a great season. Nasri looks like a great buy.

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