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11 minutes ago, jellydog said:

Arsenal's back line is in tatters at the moment. Could be a few goals scored tonight.

Exactly,  and its the perfect time to play them.  

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My prediction - Arsenal score 1 or 2 and Man City score 2 or 3 more than that! Arsenal still unsettled at the back.

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Underwhelming Arsenal. Lots to do for Emery

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5 minutes ago, SantiSuk said:

Underwhelming Arsenal. Lots to do for Emery

I don't think it was that bad, well in it for 60 Mins.  

Ozil is frustrating to watch, so many shiiite balls being crossed in that first half.

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2 hours ago, BangrakBob said:

I don't think it was that bad, well in it for 60 Mins.  

Ozil is frustrating to watch, so many shiiite balls being crossed in that first half.

 

Yes le arse did ok actually but their defence was piss poor.

 

As usual. ?

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5 hours ago, RonniePickering22 said:

 

Yes le arse did ok actually but their defence was piss poor.

 

As usual. ?

All very predictable was that.  Yes, they did ok for a side that was never actually in it!!!

 

It was the perfect time to play Arsenal and it showed.

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30 minutes ago, carmine said:

All very predictable was that.  Yes, they did ok for a side that was never actually in it!!!

 

It was the perfect time to play Arsenal and it showed.

As the co-commentator pointed out last night, Emery needs to light a fire under Arsenal's "stars". Aubie, Lacazette, Ozil and Ramsey were piss poor. At least the little French midfielder put in a shift. Hard to say that about the big money boys.

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4 minutes ago, jellydog said:

As the co-commentator pointed out last night, Emery needs to light a fire under Arsenal's "stars". Aubie, Lacazette, Ozil and Ramsey were piss poor. At least the little French midfielder put in a shift. Hard to say that about the big money boys.

Agree with this.  Ozil in particular is just awful.  The consulate flat track bully.

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1 hour ago, jellydog said:

As the co-commentator pointed out last night, Emery needs to light a fire under Arsenal's "stars". Aubie, Lacazette, Ozil and Ramsey were piss poor. At least the little French midfielder put in a shift. Hard to say that about the big money boys.

 

Wenger's dying embers.

 

Shame they got rid of him.

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8 minutes ago, RonniePickering22 said:

 

Wenger's dying embers.

 

Shame they got rid of him.

 

Emery has a lot of work to do.  Wenger's hand should have been forced three years earlier than it was.

 

teams are going to rip through that defense, especially when they suffer a few injuries.

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2 hours ago, carmine said:

Agree with this.  Ozil in particular is just awful.  The consulate flat track bully.

Turkish or German consulate?

 

Autofill was sent to brighten our lives.

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1 hour ago, SantiSuk said:

Turkish or German consulate?

 

Autofill was sent to brighten our lives.

German  consulate when winning; Turkish  consulate when losing.

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Been reading a few football sites the last couple of days and quite unbelievably i see that more than the odd Arsenal fan is discussing the possibilities of a replacement for Emery!!!  

 

Is this a new low in gooner mentality?  Fickle being the understatement!

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1 minute ago, RonniePickering22 said:

His signings is rubbish innit bloood?

That remains to be seen.  Was is already looking questionable is whether the defense is necessarily suited to the style he's trying to implement.  

 

I think he's a good manager who is worth sticking with.  But Wenger should have gone earlier and has possibly made Emery's job even harder.  

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