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Granit Xhaka's game by numbers vs. Leicester:

96 passes
6 crosses
5 chances created
4 shots
2 assists

It was not one of his best games.

Aniks my brother. Not bad eh! :taunt: :taunt: :taunt: :taunt:

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Waffiman wrote:
Granit Xhaka's game by numbers vs. Leicester:

96 passes
6 crosses
5 chances created
4 shots
2 assists

It was not one of his best games.

Aniks my brother. Not bad eh! :taunt: :taunt: :taunt: :taunt:


No mind haters, let us enjoy the good times! :thumbs:

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Waffiman wrote:
Granit Xhaka's game by numbers vs. Leicester:

96 passes
6 crosses
5 chances created
4 shots
2 assists

It was not one of his best games.

Aniks my brother. Not bad eh! :taunt: :taunt: :taunt: :taunt:



Spoken like a true Table Soccer Analyst :woot: :woot:

When you get outnjmped by a midget for a goal.

When you prove exactly what I've been saying that you lack the technical ability to handle on ball pressure and cough it up for the second then the less said the better :laugh:

Waffi stick to table soccer :taunt:

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 12, 2017 7:00 pm 
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Robbynice wrote:
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Relax! Wenger IS in control!

Fact not feelings bro


His subs (Ramsey and Giroud) plus formation and tactical changes (3-4-3 to 4-4-2) (Ox to RB, Bells to LB, Lacazette, inside left, Ozil 10, Theo Wide Right, then Ramsey running into space Izil vacates etc etc) won him the game.

The man was bold and got exactly what he deserved.

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I only watched the last 30 minutes of the Game, I actually thought that this was one of Ozil better games. He ran onto the ball, made himself available constantly, ... etc. We all know the guy doesn't want to defend, but if he actually provides a constant outlet to other players, I would be happy. And I feel that he actually did that yesterday. I'm surprised he got such poor marks. But again, I didn't watch the whole game.
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Ozil was excellent. Here is why? When we needed creative spark to get us back on level terms, he provided it. He was so much of a problem, Leicester's Manager asked Ndidi to try and man mark him out of the game he failed. Ozil moved to number 10, he occupied spaces moving with and moving the ball. Ramsey then moved into the spaces he has left. He controlled Arsenal's game for the last 20 minutes esp as we ran out winners.

Xhaka made mistakes but when the chips were down he was also influential. He set up Ramsey for the crucial 3rd goal.

You are just a hater. You are not a football dunce like some here who just dey follow, follow you. :lol: :lol: :lol:


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bepanda wrote:
I only watched the last 30 minutes of the Game, I actually thought that this was one of Ozil better games. He ran onto the ball, made himself available constantly, ... etc. We all know the guy doesn't want to defend, but if he actually provides a constant outlet to other players, I would be happy. And I feel that he actually did that yesterday. I'm surprised he got such poor marks. But again, I didn't watch the whole game.
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Ozil was excellent. Here is why? When we needed creative spark to get us back on level terms, he provided it. He was so much of a problem, Leicester's Manager asked Ndidi to try and man mark him out of the game he failed. Ozil moved to number 10, he occupied spaces moving with and moving the ball. Ramsey then moved into the spaces he has left. He controlled Arsenal's game for the last 20 minutes esp as we ran out winners.

Xhaka made mistakes but when the chips were down he was also influential. He set up Ramsey for the crucial 3rd goal.

You are just a hater. You are not a football dunce like some here who just dey follow, follow you. :lol: :lol: :lol:


He was a different player in the last 30 or so once Arsenal switched him directly behind the front 2, he was not very good before then.

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If Arsenal add Van dijk and Nzonzi .... oh well why bother :taunt: :taunt: :taunt:


I mean ....


CECH

KOS. VVD. MONREAL


HB. NZONZI. OX. SEAD

WELBECK. SANCHEZ

LACAZETTE



Hmmmm just saying but wetin small pikin like me sabi

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If Arsenal add Van dijk and Nzonzi .... oh well why bother :taunt: :taunt: :taunt:


For once I sort of agree with you. We should have bought Van Dijk when he was at Celtic a few years ago. Right now, we are covered at the back. I still expect Mustafi to come good.

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There is a funny story that Ozil has demanded that his agent force a move to Barcelona :lol: :rotf: :rotf: there is a part of me that wishes this was true :rotf:

Again like someone said Ozil and Mahrez might be the only two players to put in a transfer request when no team wants them :woot:

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Waffiman wrote:
Granit Xhaka's game by numbers vs. Leicester:

96 passes
6 crosses
5 chances created
4 shots
2 assists

It was not one of his best games.

Aniks my brother. Not bad eh! :taunt: :taunt: :taunt: :taunt:

Are you sure? I mean my eyes tell me the same thing but Aniks ratings of the bobo is letting me doubt this stats and most importantly myself... :twisted:

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Robbynice wrote:
Waffiman wrote:
Granit Xhaka's game by numbers vs. Leicester:

96 passes
6 crosses
5 chances created
4 shots
2 assists

It was not one of his best games.

Aniks my brother. Not bad eh! :taunt: :taunt: :taunt: :taunt:

Are you sure? I mean my eyes tell me the same thing but Aniks ratings of the bobo is letting me doubt this stats and most importantly myself... :twisted:



You dey see Emperors new clothes abi you dey believe fairy tales :mrgreen:

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Why does Petr Cech get a pass consistently ?


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bepanda wrote:
Why does Petr Cech get a pass consistently ?


Do you know the last time he last saved a penalty in the premier league was in 2011. And he has not saved any in an Arsenal shirt 0 for 11... :D


That is by the way. Cech is a good keeper who is on the decline, unfortunately.

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anikulapo wrote:
If Arsenal add Van dijk and Nzonzi .... oh well why bother :taunt: :taunt: :taunt:


I mean ....


CECH

KOS. VVD. MONREAL


HB. NZONZI. OX. SEAD

WELBECK. SANCHEZ

LACAZETTE



Hmmmm just saying but wetin small pikin like me sabi


Cech
Mustaffi, Kos, Monreal
Belerin, Ramsey, Xhaka, Kosilinac
Ozil, Lacazette, Sanchez

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^agreed, almost entirely, My Son's spot shouldn't be guaranteed, Oxlade has looked the better fit at wingback. As for Van Dijk, no need, Callum Tony Adams is still on deck, Bobby Holding, Gabriel and then there's Biejlik (likely misspelt) who weighs 5kgs more than last season and has gone up a shoe size. There's enough there to get it done.


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:D ....as expected, afc have called off the pursuit of lemar, and now is concentrating on cutting their wage bill
wastepipes like gibbs, junkinson etc...cannot move to other clubs because their wages are too high......hmmmm

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:D ....as expected, afc have called off the pursuit of lemar, and now is concentrating on cutting their wage bill
wastepipes like gibbs, junkinson etc...cannot move to other clubs because their wages are too high......hmmmm



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Who would you get rid of? I would get ride of LeCoq, Walcott, Per, Debouchy, Gibbs, Jenkinson, Wilshere, Diaby, ...
Is Chalmers still with Arsenal?
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:D ....as expected, afc have called off the pursuit of lemar, and now is concentrating on cutting their wage bill
wastepipes like gibbs, junkinson etc...cannot move to other clubs because their wages are too high......hmmmm


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Who would you get rid of? I would get ride of LeCoq, Walcott, Per, Debouchy, Gibbs, Jenkinson, Wilshere, Diaby, ...
Is Chalmers still with Arsenal?
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:D ....as expected, afc have called off the pursuit of lemar, and now is concentrating on cutting their wage bill
wastepipes like gibbs, junkinson etc...cannot move to other clubs because their wages are too high......hmmmm



Ozil and Xhacrap for sure :curse:

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You know Wenger won't get ride of those two. I read Ozil is getting paid big money...
According to reliable sources, Alexis was in Paris today with his agent. It was also confirmed by Arsenal Fan TV.
I don't see how this guy is going to stay at Arsenal. If I were him, I would do the same ...
With all the great goals Arsenal will score this season, their defensive approach to the game is simply wrong. And it starts with the Wenger.
Lacazette this, Giroud that ... scoring goals has never been Arsenal problem. Preventing goals is their main issue... Nothing has changed. Buying 5 more defenders won't change it. It is about philosophy, accountability, and tactics ... Back 3, Back 4, Back 5 ... doesn't matter ... !!!
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bepanda wrote:
Who would you get rid of? I would get ride of LeCoq, Walcott, Per, Debouchy, Gibbs, Jenkinson, Wilshere, Diaby, ...
Is Chalmers still with Arsenal?
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:D ....as expected, afc have called off the pursuit of lemar, and now is concentrating on cutting their wage bill
wastepipes like gibbs, junkinson etc...cannot move to other clubs because their wages are too high......hmmmm



Ozil and Xhacrap for sure :curse:


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anikulapo wrote:
There is a funny story that Ozil has demanded that his agent force a move to Barcelona :lol: :rotf: :rotf: there is a part of me that wishes this was true :rotf:

Again like someone said Ozil and Mahrez might be the only two players to put in a transfer request when no team wants them :woot:



If ozil's name was in the mix, you'll know - feels like an agent trying to talk his client into the Barca dance - got luv for dude but on the real his name ain't on that Catalan playlist right now.

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bepanda wrote:
You know Wenger won't get ride of those two. I read Ozil is getting paid big money...
According to reliable sources, Alexis was in Paris today with his agent. It was also confirmed by Arsenal Fan TV.
I don't see how this guy is going to stay at Arsenal. If I were him, I would do the same ...
With all the great goals Arsenal will score this season, their defensive approach to the game is simply wrong. And it starts with the Wenger.
Lacazette this, Giroud that ... scoring goals has never been Arsenal problem. Preventing goals is their main issue... Nothing has changed. Buying 5 more defenders won't change it. It is about philosophy, accountability, and tactics ... Back 3, Back 4, Back 5 ... doesn't matter ... !!!
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bepanda wrote:
Who would you get rid of? I would get ride of LeCoq, Walcott, Per, Debouchy, Gibbs, Jenkinson, Wilshere, Diaby, ...
Is Chalmers still with Arsenal?
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:D ....as expected, afc have called off the pursuit of lemar, and now is concentrating on cutting their wage bill
wastepipes like gibbs, junkinson etc...cannot move to other clubs because their wages are too high......hmmmm



Ozil and Xhacrap for sure :curse:


Going to Paris doesn't equal new move - it's getting ridiculous.
It takes 3 parties to make a deal - look at Barca/Liverpool & Barca/Dortmund.....highstakes...Alexis can't even talk to PSG 'till Jan.,
.... Lethal Bizzle who started this new rumour ain't convincing - dude's on his way to Paris & looked 'nervous'.... common people.

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Gooner1 wrote:
:D ....as expected, afc have called off the pursuit of lemar, and now is concentrating on cutting their wage bill
wastepipes like gibbs, junkinson etc...cannot move to other clubs because their wages are too high......hmmmm


Pretty unambitious stance by the club - we've always known we'd players to get rid off, we also know to a man they'll want the full value of their contracts but lean back & end up in the same place every season.

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