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PostPosted: Sun Jun 28, 2020 8:03 pm 
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FA CUP SEMI FINALS OOOOH,
MANU
CHELSEA
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CITY/NC
GOD give us easy draw,no man city......
Let me first pray for Newcastle to give us upset and I will make my choice.
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kajifu wrote:
FA CUP SEMI FINALS OOOOH,
MANU
CHELSEA
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GOD give us easy draw,no man city......
Let me first pray for Newcastle to give us upset and I will make my choice.
Amen lord


What are you so worried about? On a good day for this team , they will eke out a 0-3, 1-2 and 0-2 losses to City, ManU and Chelsea respectively.

On a bad day?....

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FA PEOPLE REALLY HATE ARSENAL.
YOU JUST CSNT MAKE THIS UP.
BUT WE ARE ARSENAL WE CAN BEAT CITY.
BRING THEM ON....
LAST MEETING DL,killed us game was in balance,Mikel need to bring his A game and start Pepe,and others not play AUBA on the wing.


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green4life wrote:
kajifu wrote:
FA CUP SEMI FINALS OOOOH,
MANU
CHELSEA
BELOVED
CITY/NC
GOD give us easy draw,no man city......
Let me first pray for Newcastle to give us upset and I will make my choice.
Amen lord



City :thumb:

Why are you happy?
This people just hate Arsenal, why not give us Manu?


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Cito wrote:
kajifu wrote:
FA CUP SEMI FINALS OOOOH,
MANU
CHELSEA
BELOVED
CITY/NC
GOD give us easy draw,no man city......
Let me first pray for Newcastle to give us upset and I will make my choice.
Amen lord


What are you so worried about? On a good day for this team , they will eke out a 0-3, 1-2 and 0-2 losses to City, ManU and Chelsea respectively.

On a bad day?....


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As long as football's Jared Kushner and that Barca reject are running things at arsenal. Nothing will change. Arteta is trying but without help from above, I see him getting frustrated and leaving eventually.


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kajifu wrote:
FA PEOPLE REALLY HATE ARSENAL.
YOU JUST CSNT MAKE THIS UP.
BUT WE ARE ARSENAL WE CAN BEAT CITY.
BRING THEM ON....
LAST MEETING DL,killed us game was in balance,Mikel need to bring his A game and start Pepe,and others not play AUBA on the wing.

:laugh: :laugh: :laugh: you will not beat city

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It is soo hard to recognise this Arsenal team, they have lost their character completely. There was a time Arsenal would pass and tiki taka teams like Sheffield to oblivion. These ones appear to be learning the basics of football all over.


Thought I was the only one seeing this. Don't go far back. Compare the pre-Covid-19 break Arteta's Arsenal team to this post-Covid-19 break Arsenal team. They are so wild apart. The Pre-Arteta team has a template for all to see. This Post-Arteta team enough said abeg. SMH.

Why he will be trying to introduce a new system which he hasn't got the players to implement beats me. He wants to play 4-3-3 or 4-4-2 without a bonafide DM? Habah Arteta.


Ozil my man. The Arsenal hierarchy have learnt on him re Ozil. With him out, he has to depart from his system with Ozil. In effect, we now see him trying all sorts to add much needed creativity.

Arsenal want Ozil's wage bill off the books. End off.

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Waffiman wrote:
azuka wrote:
oloye wrote:
It is soo hard to recognise this Arsenal team, they have lost their character completely. There was a time Arsenal would pass and tiki taka teams like Sheffield to oblivion. These ones appear to be learning the basics of football all over.


Thought I was the only one seeing this. Don't go far back. Compare the pre-Covid-19 break Arteta's Arsenal team to this post-Covid-19 break Arsenal team. They are so wild apart. The Pre-Arteta team has a template for all to see. This Post-Arteta team enough said abeg. SMH.

Why he will be trying to introduce a new system which he hasn't got the players to implement beats me. He wants to play 4-3-3 or 4-4-2 without a bonafide DM? Habah Arteta.


Ozil my man. The Arsenal hierarchy have learnt on him re Ozil. With him out, he has to depart from his system with Ozil. In effect, we now see him trying all sorts to add much needed creativity.

Arsenal want Ozil's wage bill off the books. End off.


No wonder. Makes a lot of sense now. I thought Arteta will stand up to that dumb hierarchy. Guess I was wrong.

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azuka wrote:
Waffiman wrote:
azuka wrote:
oloye wrote:
It is soo hard to recognise this Arsenal team, they have lost their character completely. There was a time Arsenal would pass and tiki taka teams like Sheffield to oblivion. These ones appear to be learning the basics of football all over.


Thought I was the only one seeing this. Don't go far back. Compare the pre-Covid-19 break Arteta's Arsenal team to this post-Covid-19 break Arsenal team. They are so wild apart. The Pre-Arteta team has a template for all to see. This Post-Arteta team enough said abeg. SMH.

Why he will be trying to introduce a new system which he hasn't got the players to implement beats me. He wants to play 4-3-3 or 4-4-2 without a bonafide DM? Habah Arteta.


Ozil my man. The Arsenal hierarchy have learnt on him re Ozil. With him out, he has to depart from his system with Ozil. In effect, we now see him trying all sorts to add much needed creativity.

Arsenal want Ozil's wage bill off the books. End off.


No wonder. Makes a lot of sense now. I thought Arteta will stand up to that dumb hierarchy. Guess I was wrong.


Left 2 ya, Ozil would hv
A pay raise and another extension :sneaky: :sneaky:


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Hmm, Interesting stats I'm looking at:

I was looking at the league table and I noticed a few things:

1) Chelsea has lost one more game thank Arsenal this season

2) Man City has lost the same amount of games as Arsenal this season

3) Spurs have lost 2 more games than Arsenal this season

4) Only Wolves (6 losses) and Liverpool (1 loss) have lost fewer games than Arsenal this season

5) Arsenal are the Draw champions of the league - 13 games - only Wolves have the same

6) As we all know we have only won 10 games all season - very poor record

7) Chelsea and Spurs have conceded the same number of goals as Arsenal this season - 41 Goals

8) We have only scored 43 goals this season - 2nd lowest in the top half of the table

It's interesting seeing this because you realize that one of our biggest issues is that we don't control the games enough to score enough goals. If we scored more, we definitely will be higher up the table. If we conceded less, we will also be higher up the table.

Gone were the days with Wenger when we used to control games and still lose, but at least we controlled play, possession, etc. Now we have slacked in that department.

Anyway, just me thinking. Looking at the stats, it gives me a different view. Yes, our season has been bad, but to be sincere, I believe with little tweaks and the right people, we will be challenging for the top 4 again.

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Looks like the Gunners are going 2
lose another academy gem as Folarin Balogun refuses
to extend his contract.
Kid looked the total package.

Damn shame.
Well best uv luck young blood.


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peron33uk wrote:
Hmm, Interesting stats I'm looking at:

I was looking at the league table and I noticed a few things:

1) Chelsea has lost one more game thank Arsenal this season

2) Man City has lost the same amount of games as Arsenal this season

3) Spurs have lost 2 more games than Arsenal this season

4) Only Wolves (6 losses) and Liverpool (1 loss) have lost fewer games than Arsenal this season

5) Arsenal are the Draw champions of the league - 13 games - only Wolves have the same

6) As we all know we have only won 10 games all season - very poor record

7) Chelsea and Spurs have conceded the same number of goals as Arsenal this season - 41 Goals

8) We have only scored 43 goals this season - 2nd lowest in the top half of the table

It's interesting seeing this because you realize that one of our biggest issues is that we don't control the games enough to score enough goals. If we scored more, we definitely will be higher up the table. If we conceded less, we will also be higher up the table.

Gone were the days with Wenger when we used to control games and still lose, but at least we controlled play, possession, etc. Now we have slacked in that department.

Anyway, just me thinking. Looking at the stats, it gives me a different view. Yes, our season has been bad, but to be sincere, I believe with little tweaks and the right people, we will be challenging for the top 4 again.

Burnley has won 3 more games than assnal., let that sink in

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Bigpokey24 wrote:
peron33uk wrote:
Hmm, Interesting stats I'm looking at:

I was looking at the league table and I noticed a few things:

1) Chelsea has lost one more game thank Arsenal this season

2) Man City has lost the same amount of games as Arsenal this season

3) Spurs have lost 2 more games than Arsenal this season

4) Only Wolves (6 losses) and Liverpool (1 loss) have lost fewer games than Arsenal this season

5) Arsenal are the Draw champions of the league - 13 games - only Wolves have the same

6) As we all know we have only won 10 games all season - very poor record

7) Chelsea and Spurs have conceded the same number of goals as Arsenal this season - 41 Goals

8) We have only scored 43 goals this season - 2nd lowest in the top half of the table

It's interesting seeing this because you realize that one of our biggest issues is that we don't control the games enough to score enough goals. If we scored more, we definitely will be higher up the table. If we conceded less, we will also be higher up the table.

Gone were the days with Wenger when we used to control games and still lose, but at least we controlled play, possession, etc. Now we have slacked in that department.

Anyway, just me thinking. Looking at the stats, it gives me a different view. Yes, our season has been bad, but to be sincere, I believe with little tweaks and the right people, we will be challenging for the top 4 again.

Burnley has won 3 more games than assnal., let that sink in


Dude, Meche Onu.

Like i don't know!!! That's what i am saying, we just need to convert our draws to wins and we can be up there battling with top 4 again.

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peron33uk wrote:
Hmm, Interesting stats I'm looking at:

I was looking at the league table and I noticed a few things:

1) Chelsea has lost one more game thank Arsenal this season

2) Man City has lost the same amount of games as Arsenal this season

3) Spurs have lost 2 more games than Arsenal this season

4) Only Wolves (6 losses) and Liverpool (1 loss) have lost fewer games than Arsenal this season

5) Arsenal are the Draw champions of the league - 13 games - only Wolves have the same

6) As we all know we have only won 10 games all season - very poor record

7) Chelsea and Spurs have conceded the same number of goals as Arsenal this season - 41 Goals

8) We have only scored 43 goals this season - 2nd lowest in the top half of the table

It's interesting seeing this because you realize that one of our biggest issues is that we don't control the games enough to score enough goals. If we scored more, we definitely will be higher up the table. If we conceded less, we will also be higher up the table.

Gone were the days with Wenger when we used to control games and still lose, but at least we controlled play, possession, etc. Now we have slacked in that department.

Anyway, just me thinking. Looking at the stats, it gives me a different view. Yes, our season has been bad, but to be sincere, I believe with little tweaks and the right people, we will be challenging for the top 4 again.


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peron33uk wrote:
Bigpokey24 wrote:
peron33uk wrote:
Hmm, Interesting stats I'm looking at:

I was looking at the league table and I noticed a few things:

1) Chelsea has lost one more game thank Arsenal this season

2) Man City has lost the same amount of games as Arsenal this season

3) Spurs have lost 2 more games than Arsenal this season

4) Only Wolves (6 losses) and Liverpool (1 loss) have lost fewer games than Arsenal this season

5) Arsenal are the Draw champions of the league - 13 games - only Wolves have the same

6) As we all know we have only won 10 games all season - very poor record

7) Chelsea and Spurs have conceded the same number of goals as Arsenal this season - 41 Goals

8) We have only scored 43 goals this season - 2nd lowest in the top half of the table

It's interesting seeing this because you realize that one of our biggest issues is that we don't control the games enough to score enough goals. If we scored more, we definitely will be higher up the table. If we conceded less, we will also be higher up the table.

Gone were the days with Wenger when we used to control games and still lose, but at least we controlled play, possession, etc. Now we have slacked in that department.

Anyway, just me thinking. Looking at the stats, it gives me a different view. Yes, our season has been bad, but to be sincere, I believe with little tweaks and the right people, we will be challenging for the top 4 again.

Burnley has won 3 more games than assnal., let that sink in


Dude, Meche Onu.

Like i don't know!!! That's what i am saying, we just need to convert our draws to wins and we can be up there battling with top 4 again.


And the other teams will just sit down and cross their legs, while watching you convert the draws to wins. :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

By the way, does it occur to you that some of those draws were draws that Arsenal snatched from defeat? :rotf: :rotf:

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Sleaky72 wrote:
azuka wrote:
Waffiman wrote:
azuka wrote:
oloye wrote:
It is soo hard to recognise this Arsenal team, they have lost their character completely. There was a time Arsenal would pass and tiki taka teams like Sheffield to oblivion. These ones appear to be learning the basics of football all over.


Thought I was the only one seeing this. Don't go far back. Compare the pre-Covid-19 break Arteta's Arsenal team to this post-Covid-19 break Arsenal team. They are so wild apart. The Pre-Arteta team has a template for all to see. This Post-Arteta team enough said abeg. SMH.

Why he will be trying to introduce a new system which he hasn't got the players to implement beats me. He wants to play 4-3-3 or 4-4-2 without a bonafide DM? Habah Arteta.


Ozil my man. The Arsenal hierarchy have learnt on him re Ozil. With him out, he has to depart from his system with Ozil. In effect, we now see him trying all sorts to add much needed creativity.

Arsenal want Ozil's wage bill off the books. End off.


No wonder. Makes a lot of sense now. I thought Arteta will stand up to that dumb hierarchy. Guess I was wrong.


Left 2 ya, Ozil would hv
A pay raise and another extension :sneaky: :sneaky:


Bro, of what value added is it to have such a player on your payroll and not play him when fit? Who's losing?

A case of cutting the nose off to spite the eye. Abi how dem dey talk am.

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Y'all paid more for Pepe than Bayern did for Sane. The transfer market is crazy.

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azuka wrote:
Waffiman wrote:
azuka wrote:
oloye wrote:
It is soo hard to recognise this Arsenal team, they have lost their character completely. There was a time Arsenal would pass and tiki taka teams like Sheffield to oblivion. These ones appear to be learning the basics of football all over.


Thought I was the only one seeing this. Don't go far back. Compare the pre-Covid-19 break Arteta's Arsenal team to this post-Covid-19 break Arsenal team. They are so wild apart. The Pre-Arteta team has a template for all to see. This Post-Arteta team enough said abeg. SMH.

Why he will be trying to introduce a new system which he hasn't got the players to implement beats me. He wants to play 4-3-3 or 4-4-2 without a bonafide DM? Habah Arteta.


Ozil my man. The Arsenal hierarchy have learnt on him re Ozil. With him out, he has to depart from his system with Ozil. In effect, we now see him trying all sorts to add much needed creativity.

Arsenal want Ozil's wage bill off the books. End off.


No wonder. Makes a lot of sense now. I thought Arteta will stand up to that dumb hierarchy. Guess I was wrong.

You do what you need to do. He has to deal with the hand he has been dealt which frankly isn't much to go on.

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peron33uk wrote:
Hmm, Interesting stats I'm looking at:

I was looking at the league table and I noticed a few things:

1) Chelsea has lost one more game thank Arsenal this season

2) Man City has lost the same amount of games as Arsenal this season

3) Spurs have lost 2 more games than Arsenal this season

4) Only Wolves (6 losses) and Liverpool (1 loss) have lost fewer games than Arsenal this season

5) Arsenal are the Draw champions of the league - 13 games - only Wolves have the same

6) As we all know we have only won 10 games all season - very poor record

7) Chelsea and Spurs have conceded the same number of goals as Arsenal this season - 41 Goals

8) We have only scored 43 goals this season - 2nd lowest in the top half of the table

It's interesting seeing this because you realize that one of our biggest issues is that we don't control the games enough to score enough goals. If we scored more, we definitely will be higher up the table. If we conceded less, we will also be higher up the table.

Gone were the days with Wenger when we used to control games and still lose, but at least we controlled play, possession, etc. Now we have slacked in that department.

Anyway, just me thinking. Looking at the stats, it gives me a different view. Yes, our season has been bad, but to be sincere, I believe with little tweaks and the right people, we will be challenging for the top 4 again.


Thank you for doing this research and bringing this to our attention. Its a refreshing perspective. There's a lot to moan about, but there are few things to be optimistic about.

For me, we've sorely lacked goals from midfield, and its been a source of frustration personally. This is clearly one of the reasons we haven't scored enough goals, not forgetting our poor transition from defence to attack.

I believe in Arteta and wish him well.

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peron33uk wrote:
Hmm, Interesting stats I'm looking at:

I was looking at the league table and I noticed a few things:

1) Chelsea has lost one more game thank Arsenal this season

2) Man City has lost the same amount of games as Arsenal this season

3) Spurs have lost 2 more games than Arsenal this season

4) Only Wolves (6 losses) and Liverpool (1 loss) have lost fewer games than Arsenal this season

5) Arsenal are the Draw champions of the league - 13 games - only Wolves have the same

6) As we all know we have only won 10 games all season - very poor record

7) Chelsea and Spurs have conceded the same number of goals as Arsenal this season - 41 Goals

8) We have only scored 43 goals this season - 2nd lowest in the top half of the table

It's interesting seeing this because you realize that one of our biggest issues is that we don't control the games enough to score enough goals. If we scored more, we definitely will be higher up the table. If we conceded less, we will also be higher up the table.

Gone were the days with Wenger when we used to control games and still lose, but at least we controlled play, possession, etc. Now we have slacked in that department.

Anyway, just me thinking. Looking at the stats, it gives me a different view. Yes, our season has been bad, but to be sincere, I believe with little tweaks and the right people, we will be challenging for the top 4 again.


Spot on analysis my man. I especially agree with the final paragraph. However, a lot will depend on us keeping our best players. As we all know, getting rid of players you do not want is difficult, selling the ones you want is easy because other clubs want your best players.

If we sell key players from the spine of the team, then we can run into problems next seasons because I have little faith in those doing the recruitment at the club at present.

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Saka extends his contract!
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balo wrote:
Y'all paid more for Pepe than Bayern did for Sane. The transfer market is crazy.


Sane contract with Man city will end next year.

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