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PostPosted: Tue Jun 19, 2018 9:06 pm 
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Anyway see our Dave today? Hilarious.


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 19, 2018 9:13 pm 
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https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/44533207

Adios Peter Cech???


Better late than never. He should never have been signed in the first place. The money spent on him would have done us a world of good, if spent on a defensive midfielder that we desperately needed then. An opportunity lost.


Wait

Wait

Wait

You are adamant on Cech’s ouster but still defend Xhaka and Ozil? Nah your reasoning get serious K leg


Stop comparing apples and oranges. Cech when we got him was pass his peak. Unlike Ozil and especially Xhaka who are just peaking or getting to their peak. Cech was bought based on his name and not what he can do then.



Just curious: :mrgreen:

So is Ozil at his peak, past his peak or approaching his peak? :woot: :rotf:



Azuka don pick race :rotf: :rotf:

I no blame the guy :rotf: :rotf: you ask very tough question to expose him more :rotf: :rotf: .


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 19, 2018 9:27 pm 
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anikulapo wrote:
azuka wrote:
anikulapo wrote:
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anikulapo wrote:
https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/44533207

Adios Peter Cech???


Better late than never. He should never have been signed in the first place. The money spent on him would have done us a world of good, if spent on a defensive midfielder that we desperately needed then. An opportunity lost.


Wait

Wait

Wait

You are adamant on Cech’s ouster but still defend Xhaka and Ozil? Nah your reasoning get serious K leg


Stop comparing apples and oranges. Cech when we got him was pass his peak. Unlike Ozil and especially Xhaka who are just peaking or getting to their peak. Cech was bought based on his name and not what he can do then.



Just curious: :mrgreen:

So is Ozil at his peak, past his peak or approaching his peak? :woot: :rotf:


He will hit his peak in 5 years...



...When he is retired. :taunt: :taunt: :taunt:

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 19, 2018 9:37 pm 
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Anyway see our Dave today? Hilarious.

There is a reason beloved is buying new keeper


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 19, 2018 9:39 pm 
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kajifu wrote:
anikulapo wrote:
anikulapo wrote:
azuka wrote:
anikulapo wrote:
azuka wrote:
anikulapo wrote:
https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/44533207

Adios Peter Cech???


Better late than never. He should never have been signed in the first place. The money spent on him would have done us a world of good, if spent on a defensive midfielder that we desperately needed then. An opportunity lost.


Wait

Wait

Wait

You are adamant on Cech’s ouster but still defend Xhaka and Ozil? Nah your reasoning get serious K leg


Stop comparing apples and oranges. Cech when we got him was pass his peak. Unlike Ozil and especially Xhaka who are just peaking or getting to their peak. Cech was bought based on his name and not what he can do then.



Just curious: :mrgreen:

So is Ozil at his peak, past his peak or approaching his peak? :woot: :rotf:



Azuka don pick race :rotf: :rotf:

I no blame the guy :rotf: :rotf: you ask very tough question to expose him more :rotf: :rotf: .



:rotf:

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Cito wrote:
anikulapo wrote:
azuka wrote:
anikulapo wrote:
azuka wrote:
anikulapo wrote:
https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/44533207

Adios Peter Cech???


Better late than never. He should never have been signed in the first place. The money spent on him would have done us a world of good, if spent on a defensive midfielder that we desperately needed then. An opportunity lost.


Wait

Wait

Wait

You are adamant on Cech’s ouster but still defend Xhaka and Ozil? Nah your reasoning get serious K leg


Stop comparing apples and oranges. Cech when we got him was pass his peak. Unlike Ozil and especially Xhaka who are just peaking or getting to their peak. Cech was bought based on his name and not what he can do then.



Just curious: :mrgreen:

So is Ozil at his peak, past his peak or approaching his peak? :woot: :rotf:


He will hit his peak in 5 years...



...When he is retired. :taunt: :taunt: :taunt:




Cheiii see wickedness :rotf: :rotf:

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 19, 2018 9:48 pm 
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So Wilshere too don waka?

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 19, 2018 9:53 pm 
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YemiBrazil wrote:
So Wilshere too don waka?


Yup! Good luck to him in his future endeavours... :thumb: :thumb:


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 19, 2018 10:07 pm 
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So Wilshere too don waka?

Said many years back, Wilshere's tendons and joints will stop him from fulfilling his promise at Beloved. It will be interesting to see how long it takes before he goes full Owen Hargreaves on the mismanagement of his malady. That was also called many years back. This could get interesting.

Best of luck to JW.


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 19, 2018 10:35 pm 
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Jack leaving Arsenal.

http://www.goal.com/en/news/wilshere-co ... o7v8hm2gzj

https://www.independent.co.uk/sport/foo ... 07101.html

Thanks for all Jack! Wish you the best in your future.

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 19, 2018 10:47 pm 
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Wilshere's Arsenal career over. Good luck to him in his next team. I hope he rediscovers his form.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/footba ... paign=1490

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 19, 2018 10:47 pm 
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This is one player I like so much and he era at beloved is over.Always play with his heart,injuries has mess him up.I hope he has been saving money.I remember in 2012 with our own coachitto make a bold statement that the boy injury was mismanaged by beloved as his tendons and joints will never heal.Sad day for me even with him accepting reduced pay check to stay but not guarantee playing time.Leaving beloved for free,where will he go now?
Good luck son,i still remember your MOTM performance against a world class Barca under Pep.You make Xavi,Inniesta look silly.We will never have such performance from any Wenger product again.
Hope Welbeck also follow and give room for a true ballers.


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 19, 2018 11:01 pm 
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This is one player I like so much and he era at beloved is over.Always play with his heart,injuries has mess him up.I hope he has been saving money.I remember in 2012 with our own coachitto make a bold statement that the boy injury was mismanaged by beloved as his tendons and joints will never heal.Sad day for me even with him accepting reduced pay check to stay but not guarantee playing time.Leaving beloved for free,where will he go now?
Good luck son,i still remember your MOTM performance against a world class Barca under Pep.You make Xavi,Inniesta look silly.We will never have such performance from any Wenger product again.
Hope Welbeck also follow and give room for a true ballers.

Jack is a good potential but to be frank, I believe he needs adjustment in style to have a longer career. He has that habit of leaving his ankle exposed by rolling the ball farther away from himself and try to recover it thus attracting hits on the exposed ankle.

I believe this move is best for both sides as Arsenal need to get rid of the remnants of the failed potentials and move ahead. He on the other hand need to go somewhere that he could make the team. A mid table team or French league will be suitable.

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 19, 2018 11:43 pm 
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Cito wrote:
kajifu wrote:
This is one player I like so much and he era at beloved is over.Always play with his heart,injuries has mess him up.I hope he has been saving money.I remember in 2012 with our own coachitto make a bold statement that the boy injury was mismanaged by beloved as his tendons and joints will never heal.Sad day for me even with him accepting reduced pay check to stay but not guarantee playing time.Leaving beloved for free,where will he go now?
Good luck son,i still remember your MOTM performance against a world class Barca under Pep.You make Xavi,Inniesta look silly.We will never have such performance from any Wenger product again.
Hope Welbeck also follow and give room for a true ballers.

Jack is a good potential but to be frank, I believe he needs adjustment in style to have a longer career. He has that habit of leaving his ankle exposed by rolling the ball farther away from himself and try to recover it thus attracting hits on the exposed ankle.

I believe this move is best for both sides as Arsenal need to get rid of the remnants of the failed potentials and move ahead. He on the other hand need to go somewhere that he could make the team. A mid table team or French league will be suitable.

Sapnish league might be good for him,just don't like see him in EPL get abused with tackles and fighting in the bottom.
Good luck to the kid,


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 20, 2018 12:15 am 
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Bon Voyage my dear son.


You’ve been a wonderful pleasure to watch along with Santiago Carzola. True ball wizards who made this game truly beautiful and memorable. It’s so sad that you both will be missing and the team extended the contracts of the most worthless and overrated players in the land .

Wish you had logged into CE two years ago and taken my advice and moved to Spain instead of listening to muppets like Waffi and the clowns you surround yourself with. Please look into La Liga and Serie A while you still have a last chance to make a career of this game :thumb:

Good luck 8-)

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Leno makes errors. Will wait and see.

Leno is official at 19 million pounds. Looks like we are going to sell either Ospina or Cech.

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Azuka don pick race :rotf: :rotf:
I no blame the guy :rotf: :rotf: you ask very tough question to expose him more :rotf: :rotf:

Pick race why? Ozil is getting to his peak. And i believe given the recruitment so far down and in the pipeline we will get to see the real Ozil.
Ozil is simply an easy target by you all. I asked a simple question and nobody responded. When did body language become a statistics in football nay soccer. Arsenal perform woefully it's Ozil's fault. Now in a Germany's woeful opening match it is Ozil's fault too. I guess you all are angry he didn't trip the Mexican goal scorer and got red carded and a penalty to boot.
Just imagine the woe cries if it were Ozil rather than Khedira who lost the ball off field. In all these discussion no one has asked the question where did Boateng central defensive partner wander to?
No it's Ozil who raced down from his position up field to try and distract the scorer's fault.

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Azuka don pick race :rotf: :rotf:
I no blame the guy :rotf: :rotf: you ask very tough question to expose him more :rotf: :rotf:

Pick race why? Ozil is getting to his peak. And i believe given the recruitment so far down and in the pipeline we will get to see the real Ozil.
Ozil is simply an easy target by you all. I asked a simple question and nobody responded. When did body language become a statistics in football nay soccer. Arsenal perform woefully it's Ozil's fault. Now in a Germany's woeful opening match it is Ozil's fault too. I guess you all are angry he didn't trip the Mexican goal scorer and got red carded and a penalty to boot.
Just imagine the woe cries if it were Ozil rather than Khedira who lost the ball off field. In all these discussion no one has asked the question where did Boateng central defensive partner wander to?
No it's Ozil who raced down from his position up field to try and distract the scorer's fault.

Word!


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Leno makes errors. Will wait and see.

Leno is official at 19 million pounds. Looks like we are going to sell either Ospina or Cech.

Which goalie hasn't? Scratch that, which person hasn't?

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Jack leaving Arsenal.

http://www.goal.com/en/news/wilshere-co ... o7v8hm2gzj

https://www.independent.co.uk/sport/foo ... 07101.html

Thanks for all Jack! Wish you the best in your future.

Sad but it had to happen. Enough sentimentality. No more dead weights. We have five legit rivals for the title meaning six teams are vying for four UCL slots.

We carried Wilshere, Cazorla, Rosicky, Mertz, Artrta, and of course Diaby for long enough.

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Sampdoria chief says Torriera is on his way.

http://www.goal.com/en-gb/news/sampdori ... 4ubh8igxdr

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theYemster wrote:
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Leno makes errors. Will wait and see.

Leno is official at 19 million pounds. Looks like we are going to sell either Ospina or Cech.

Which goalie hasn't? Scratch that, which person hasn't?

tied for the most errors in the bundesliga.

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Former Bayern Munich star Mario Basler made the claims on television about the playmaker, saying: “He’s over-rated as a footballer. I have to say it over and over again - he has the body language of a dead frog. It’s pathetic.”

Basler, capped 30 times by Die Mannschaft, was speaking in front of a studio audience - and his words were applauded.


Azuka over to you :taunt:

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