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28 Nov 2018 17:27:07
Could we bring in Cesc? I’m sure he would love to and could he be the one to take xhakas place and a player I’m sure would be able to translate emery’s plans in the middle, fat far superior player to Xhaka and I’m sure the price would be right. Thoughts guys.


1.) 29 Nov 2018 11:07:40
A little bit too regressive a move for me. Sorry.

2.) 29 Nov 2018 14:15:12
No Cesc, no thank you. Angled his move away when we needed him most and he was our captain, burned bridges I'm afraid.

Plus, the Xhaka-Torreira axis is looking quite promising imo, I think they compliment each other well.

Even the hardest Xhaka critiques must admit that he looks far improved this season, although he's still an error waiting to happen at times.

With ME4 and AR8 both leaving, we'll definitely need midfield bodies, but who? Could Emery possibly look to any members of his former club? Maybe the wise Eds could chime in? ;)


3.) 01 Dec 2018 17:39:04
Yes every time for me, Cesc turned down a return to groundhog Arsenal something lots of top players did also because they didn't want to simply go through the motions and pick up an easy pay packet.
The past is the past and an eye for an eye attitude leaves the whole world blind.

{Ed002's Note - Fabregas will be moving but not to Arsenal. He will have plenty of offers and an intriguing one is that Chelsea were approached by one side to see if they would let him go in January and they would step back from being interested in the player Chelsea are chasing as his replacement. But a move to Arsenal is not on the cards.}

4.) 06 Dec 2018 18:41:13
*cough* AC Milan - Denis Suarez *cough*.

5.) 11 Dec 2018 03:43:03
Is Denis Suarez even a similiar player to Fabregas?




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08 Dec 2018 17:50:35
Lucas Torriera or Patrick viera not asking for opinions but looking at a player who will dig us out. Scrap us to points that we usually would have dropped. What is it 20 or 21 games unbeaten and surely fighting tooth and nail to the end. A frustrating performance but you can take some good from the game.


1.) 08 Dec 2018 18:06:25
Torreira is awesome. I believe we were all worried after we lost the 2 opening matches, albeit to Man City and Chelsea. Who would have believed that we would then go unbeaten for 21 matches and counting?
Shame we lost Mustafi with what appears to be an injury that will possibly keep him out for a few weeks. We started the season with Koscielny and Mavrapanos injured, hence the 3 centre backs have had very little rest and clearly fatigue and injury has caught up with them. The positive thing is that Koscileny was back in the squad today, whilst Lichtsteiner and fit again Monreal can also play at CB. Mavropanos should be back in training this month. This week we can rest Sokratis on Thursday.
Well done to Emery and the team today.

{Ed0333's Note - well done indeed mate

2.) 08 Dec 2018 18:32:10
Sokratis will also get a suspension enforced rest against Southampton!
Interesting to see whi we play at CB in that match. Is Koscielny fit enough to play 90 mins PL football? If he is, then perhaps a trio at CB of Koscielny, Lichtsteiner and Monreal?

3.) 08 Dec 2018 18:44:35
Not a beautiful performance but a beautiful result, one which keeps momentum one that day we took 3 points on a day off.

4.) 08 Dec 2018 18:51:19
I think sano the midfield with torreira and Gouendouzi for the future is safe, both today looked to push the game forward and their passing and movement is great. Both like to mix it as well. I think the value of both has sky rocketed. The amount of defensive problems is a worry but it will be interesting to see how we cope.

5.) 08 Dec 2018 19:27:21
Emery will know what he needs and will positively invest in the first team. Just see if we can take this through to January!

6.) 08 Dec 2018 20:06:14
Am I right in thinking Elneny has played CB for us in a few games?

7.) 09 Dec 2018 14:49:49
I think Wenger used him as CB in some preseason games.



06 Dec 2018 20:01:36
Hi ed01. Just thought I would ask for you to do a report on Adriano. When I watched him for those 5 seasons in Italy I thought he was a Ronaldo on steroids. How good was he in his peak and what went wrong?


{Ed001's Note - I have added it to the to do list for you mate. It is odd his name just cropped up a few days ago with some discussion of just how brilliant he was for a short period.}

1.) 07 Dec 2018 07:54:18
He was jaw dropping good. It was funny because I remember playing PES and you could score from anywhere with him! Completely overpowered. He just seem to disappear. Yes will be looking forward to that Ed.

{Ed001's Note - he was insanely good for a very short period. Big shame that it never lasted.}

2.) 07 Dec 2018 09:14:41
I watched few documentaries about him and how his career and lofe had the worst turn when his father passed away, as reports say they were very close, and sfter his father death he got so depressed and couldn’t concentrate on football any longer and moved back to brazil and joined a gang and gained so much wait.

3.) 07 Dec 2018 10:54:52
Good info that Moe mate and a very good reminder to us all that footballers are just like the rest of us if you strip away the money and fame.
We all struggle at times with different things and none of us are immune from human emotions and at the toughest times we all need good people around us far more than fame or wealth.

4.) 07 Dec 2018 13:13:44
A fair few Brazilians seem to of declined hard and fast.

5.) 07 Dec 2018 13:41:33
During the 2014 world cup a Brazilian coach said because many young Brazilian players are born into terrible poverty and football can be an escape route for them but once they hit a level of financial security they seem to stop progressing. I guess you have to have lived their lives to fully understand why and how it happens.

6.) 07 Dec 2018 19:59:30
Ronaldinho also in truth fits into that bracket! Only a few good seasons (or exceptional seasons) . Kaká also.



05 Dec 2018 19:04:07
That’s a very defensive united side OMG😮.




03 Dec 2018 19:52:37
Really sad to see the banana incident at The Emirates, you could see Auba just stare! But like wrighty said he’s never known that from the spurs fans. I’ve never heard anything like that from spurs fans either. I’ve never heard anything like that at The Emirates, when your there right, left, up and down you re surrounded by people who are there to watch the football and that is something we all have in common and the best place to start.


1.) 03 Dec 2018 20:33:02
It's just one extremely ridiculous person and Absolutely no reflection on Tottenham Hot Spurs as a club or Britain today.
My jaw dropped when i saw it in total disbelief that in this day and age that anyone in this country could for any reason think that was a good idea.

2.) 03 Dec 2018 21:07:06
Agree g62 love the banter with spurs fans, and the moron who threw it should get a life time ban from every ground.

3.) 04 Dec 2018 01:31:16
Auba should buy that cheap bast*rd a kilo of bananas!



25 Nov 2018 15:39:54
Another result which is the be all and end all really, considering you could argue it was another undeserved result 4 games on the trot. Aubameyang is just world class he is always a threat even when it looks like he’s not, the tally he has got is amazing considering the lack of supply. Anyway a win against spurs is a must. Coyg.


1.) 25 Nov 2018 18:27:28
It's easy to ask the question where would we be without Pea Lacasette and Torreira and of course it's a scary thought, but equally it can be asked where would we be if we had a solid CB paring and a partner for Torreira who was equal to him in ability but different enough to compliment him perfectly and that thought is very very exciting.
A work in progress and 3 months into our rebuild so far so very very good even if still a long long way to go.
If Dick can take us to 17 games unbeaten in just 3 months and with all the problem he inherited what can he do in 12 months or 24 months and 3 or 4 more windows?

2.) 25 Nov 2018 20:03:47
It’s going in the right direction mate.

3.) 25 Nov 2018 22:50:42
G62 if he gets the backing we'll see the team we love to see.
For me it's not the manger, it's the men in suits behind him.

Our game against Liverpool was our best but, we need to strengthen in January if we want top four.

4.) 26 Nov 2018 04:06:20
Agree with that mgm, wenger was highly criticised for not spending, but emery has hardly been given a war chest either and apparently there's not much in the future 50 mil a season or something.

5.) 26 Nov 2018 06:59:28
Very good win and Dick is showing himself to be the excellent coach and tachtition we need. Not able to watch games at the moment but i will move hell and high water to try and get to watch this weekend.

6.) 26 Nov 2018 08:10:25
Hi lads I'm sure Dick knows pretty much now what he needs in January and of course who he doesn't need too.
As for the 50 million figure? I'm not sure how much truth there is in that, Arsene admitted the money was there if he wanted it and the club always insisted the money was available to him if he wished to spend so I'm not sure where the money has suddenly gone.
Obviously we won't have the spending power of United and City but with the back room boys we have now plus Dick all pulling in the same direction do we needs billions to make us top 4 competive?
I think an excellent partner for Torreira alone would make a huge difference and if you add a clued up savy CB then we might just be able to really make Spurs and United sweat all the way to game 38.

7.) 26 Nov 2018 12:28:33
How I wish we still had a fit and healthy Santi Cazorla to play next to Torriera. Bought the best out of Ozil too. 😞.

8.) 26 Nov 2018 13:47:00
I think Stoner, our style has changed slightly and the team requires two torreiras or torreira and Gouendouzi.

9.) 26 Nov 2018 20:26:32
I'm with you Stoner, Caz Torreira partnership would be awesome.
I actually think Le Coq Torreira would be better partnership than we currently have too, Le Coq Caz were excellent together but Le Coq Xhaka cost Le Coq his Arsenal career, obviously that's not Xhaka fault at all but why Le Coq who had produced at a high standard consistently next to Caz was forced out in favour of Xhaka who struggles next to everyone still mystifies me.




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11 Dec 2018 14:20:45
Don’t ed033 your scaring me.




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11 Dec 2018 00:29:04
I was hoping your all seeing eye would have missed this and the answer I was was looking for (not always the the right answer ) was given. I have underestimated you again Ed.


{Ed033's Note - Ed002 is the all seeing eye of the illuminati.



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10 Dec 2018 22:57:34
Your much more candid than ed02 Ed . Does ed02 shroud himself In mystery on purpose Ed or is it just professionalism on his behalf. He definitely plays the enigma role very well. Are you two personal friends or just acquaintances. Been candid I expect a full answer 😂.


{Ed002's Note - I could not be bothered to read all of the drivel, but I am better looking than the oher Eds, I do indeed have appendages to be proud of (the mighty love truncheon as we would know it), but I am still confident and supportive of the tiny todger club - which is what I assume you are discussing.}



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05 Dec 2018 19:45:57
I think going on form a draw would be disappointing. If we win I think we can say we’re shaking off the curses and move forward!




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05 Dec 2018 16:09:06
I’m hoping it’s a curse on wenger not Arsenal. On current form you would have to say 3-1ish we are still easy or easier to score against than most, certainly the big 5 anyway. I’m still going for a win on the premise that it’s unai not Arsene because I remember a few years ago when we were in a similar although not quite as good a run and we were playing united reserves or near as damn it and ended up loosing. These are all monkeys that Emery needs to peel of the Arsenal back.





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10 Dec 2018 22:22:56
Ha no that was ringo star, I remember Lennon and the other guy who was more famous for his deceased wife’s veggi sausages. The travelling willburys were the fourth beatle George Harrison, Bob Dylan, Tom petty and Roy Orbison. I bet ed01 senior was a lady’s man then. Are you not from Liverpool? Or just a Liverpool fan or have I got that awfully wrong 😂.


{Ed033's Note - Ed001 is from Liverpool.



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10 Dec 2018 21:12:35
I do believe there was a guy who played in a band I like called the travelling willburys who used to play in the Beatles Ed 😂

Enjoyed that Ed.


{Ed001's Note - I don't know mate, did he do the voice of Thomas Tank? I only really know that one and Lennon because me dad always looked the spit of him when I was a kid.}



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09 Dec 2018 21:49:28
The way things are going with you and little mr sunshine g62, I’m half expecting to see morrisey walk through my door with a girlfriend in tow whilst booting a cat out of the way.




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09 Dec 2018 17:51:27
Oh Steve your such a little cupcake these days 😘😘.




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08 Dec 2018 20:44:23
Oh he’s a complete flake ed0333. Only joking g62 😁.