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13 Aug 2018 12:33:56
Don’t know about anyone else but yesterday was embarrassing, i am fuming with the line up, why on earth are we scared to play Man City at home, we should have gone at them like Liverpool did and Liverpool weren’t scared to do it either! I know it’s only one game but we are home and should have gone for it.


1.) 13 Aug 2018 14:08:44
Liverpool has a speedy front 3 - we only have Auba. Mkhi and Ozil aren't wingers - putting them against Mendy and Walker means they've to track back a lot making them sitting ducks.
We're not strong enough defensively to play a 4-4-2 with Laca and Auba plus most of our players from last season still lack confidence and have an inferiority complex vs Mancity.

2.) 13 Aug 2018 14:53:06
I don't think you can slate the team too much It going to take time for Emery to stamp his authority and methods on the team and take a couple of transfer windows at least to get all the personel he wants. As a squad overall we lack natural wide players all our midfielders are central based and our fullbacks are quite poor in offering delivery when out wide and often leave us exposed also. I think until we get proper wide men we should go to 3-5-2 (3-2-3-2 it be more precise) but focus on our central core strength and not use the fullbacks as wingbacks as that is our main weak area.

Use Lacazette and Aubu to pull out wide when required when attacking with their pace and energy to get any crosses in from one particular side of play. In my view there is no point is using fullbacks/ wingbacks to take up two spaces to try and cover a weak area when it would still be exposed anyway against the good teams with them in anyway as they are too poor defensivly anyway even in
back 4.

3.) 14 Aug 2018 07:51:56
Yeah me too mate, I'm surprised we haven't won the league yet this season, absolutely embarrassing.

{Ed0333's Note - WENGER IN!!!!

4.) 14 Aug 2018 19:51:51
It was embarrassing the line up just made me laugh.

5.) 15 Aug 2018 08:58:07
To be fair id say the reaction from most of our fans is embarrassing. Give it time even pep had to take time to work things out.

6.) 15 Aug 2018 16:34:36
Trust the process lads, I had questions about the lineup as well but Emery needs time to evaluate and put his stamp on the team's identity.

We literally could not have had a tougher opener (maybe City away lol) so let's get behind the team.

7.) 15 Aug 2018 23:16:40
Crybaby, I’m surprised the board didn’t appoint you as Wengers replacement, give Dick a chance, he can hardly see what he’s got in friendlies, the PL is where he we realise the squads potential.



07 Aug 2018 19:54:30
Kroenke better get his cash out before Thursday because i am not happy he’s getting the club, should have been him that went before Wenger. RIP ARSENAL.


1.) 07 Aug 2018 20:45:22
Funny, a lot of people think like that. let's hope we are all wrong because i fear for us. We have only gone downwards since he took us over. Where will we go when he has full unequivocal control.

2.) 07 Aug 2018 22:19:18
Why does it have to be downward and not upwards?
Why is it not possible that the Stan and Dick double act to prove to be yet another turning point that sees Arsenal re-emerge as contenders.
You've got two choices boys, spend all next season looking for all possible reasons to support your doom and gloom predictions or be open to the fact that you could possibly be wrong and all might just turn out ok.

3.) 07 Aug 2018 23:01:20
Gunner, i think Emery will be pissing in the wind but i'm hopeful he can improve us. The kronk situation is far from ideal, i'm going on his record and KSE lack of real success. I never wanted him in the beginning but now he has assumed full unchallenged control, it does not make me think automatically, this is for the best. I don't see what he is going to do that he has done before with us or any other team he possesses, that is going to be for the better. He has blatantly admitted, he didn't buy arsenal to win trophies. I think its a bad day for arsenal football club as a force on the pitch. Still i could be completely wrong andd he has ambitions to really make us an elite world super power, that puts performance on the field as the top priority.

4.) 08 Aug 2018 00:31:21
Maybe his son will have a different idea of what Arsenal are to be?

5.) 08 Aug 2018 02:15:57
I cannot see much change as Kroenke takes full ownership of the club. The club has been run reasonably well whilst he has been the major shareholder and I don't expect much to change.

6.) 08 Aug 2018 04:59:17
Kroenke's other teams:
LA Rams (left St Louis on the hook for a partially completed stadium after years of terrible performances)
Denver Nuggets (missed out on playoffs last 5 years in a row)
Colorado Avalanche (6 consecutive first place finishes and 2 Stanley Cup wins before Kroenke took over; consecutive failures to make it past quarterfinals or even qualify for playoffs after Kroenke took over)

Let's be honest, the only thing Kroenke cares about is skimming funds off the top. Whether he cares about the club as anything but a financial entity - which TV money virtually guarantees, by the way - is very obviously a big no.

{Ed0333's Note - you have to give the guy the benefit of the doubt. He’s gonna be in soul charge now maybe he'll surprise you? At least give him a chance before you malign him.

7.) 08 Aug 2018 08:42:00
I was Arsene out simply because he had demonstrated time and again he had lost touch with what it takes to be competive in the modern game.
If Arsene had stayed on this season I would felt extremely negative about the season ahead but if he'd stayed on and accepted help by bringing in a top quality number 2 with new ideas Arsene was prepared to accept and work with them my attitude would have been different.
Stan and Dick haven't failed repeatedly yet simply because along with the new backroom they form a brand new set up that unless you are phycic or time traveler from the future none of us know what they can or can't produce together.
Change is here and we need to give it a chance not simply dig our heals in because we don't like the who owns the club.
We can look for the improvements that come this season or we can look for the same old problems and take great pleasure in highlighting everything that goes wrong as being down to Stan, it's a personal choice but I can't see the point of wanting change only to be negative about it without giving it a chance first.

8.) 08 Aug 2018 08:06:14
Ed0333 - don't have much of a choice but to trust him, but he was effectively in sole charge before anyway. Usmanov was not allowed at board meetings and given no input, and Kroenke had virtually unrestricted power as he controlled the rest of the shares up to 97%. As you say, I don't know how it will turn out, but my gut feeling is highly negative.

{Ed0333's Note - I understand your scepticism but until he’s given the opportunity to display his true colors it’s folly to label him as the big bad wolf. Listen I’m not saying he’s gonna turn into Sheikh Mansour overnight and start spending billions on galacticos but he may well surprise you mate.

9.) 08 Aug 2018 09:17:49
We've never seen Stan without Arsene calling the shots and advising him.
Now we have Dick and Sven working with Stan and Stan junior so let's wait and see.
It's a completely different set up now and a world away from Arsene trying to be a jack of all trades running the club virtually single handedly.
We should give change a chance especially those of us for moaned kicked and screamed for years for it to happen.

10.) 08 Aug 2018 20:43:54
I agree 62, how can we possible condemn what we have before we’ve seen it perform . I think a few are being a tad harsh and impatient.

11.) 09 Aug 2018 00:51:45
I should also clarify that the club no longer being an entity that was at least in part fan owned and fan accountable is partly why I'm depressed. Stan as an owner won't change much compared to Stan as majority shareholder, but something we had a real stake in, something we co-owned, is now gone and it is a little sad.

12.) 08 Aug 2018 09:52:08
People saying it might be different, the man isn’t going to change just because he has full control it’s going to be worse, I hope he does change and pump millions but I can’t see it.

13.) 09 Aug 2018 16:57:14
Hang on a minute CB, what’s going to be worse, we’ve spent 70 odd million more than some clubs . He doesn’t control what happens on the pitch .

We were rubbish last year because of one man.

14.) 10 Aug 2018 14:49:20
Bit harsh on Mustafi there BG, he wasn't / that/ bad.



15 Jun 2018 22:13:06
Xhaka signs a new long term contract looking forward to seeing him play higher up the pitch.


1.) 16 Jun 2018 06:23:55
Absolutely, having seen him play further forward for Switzerland he looks a far better player than playing in a deep defensive midfield role, which didn't suit him. I hope the Torreira signing happens and I would like to see us sign Nzonzi or Fellaini to play alongside him, with David Luiz forming a CB partnership with Sokratis.
Lichtsteiner Sokratis Luiz Monreal
Torreira Nzonzi
Mkhitaryan Ozil Xhaka

Bellerin Holding Mavropanos Kolasinac
Maitland-Niles Elneny
Ramsey Wilshere Welbeck

I know the above teams won't happen, but wouldn't it be great if they did.

2.) 16 Jun 2018 09:17:30
Xhaka as a LW RG? Seems a bit odd to me. He's probably going to play more alongside Torreira than in front of him, and slightly behind Ozil.

3.) 16 Jun 2018 09:36:24
You are nuts if you want to play Xhaka on the left of a forward 3 behind a striker. I really like him as a player but that would be an even worse position for him that defensive midfield.

4.) 16 jun 2018 10:01:02
lool xhaka left mid? are you kidding me? this must be a joke!

5.) 16 Jun 2018 10:41:26
Even I wouldn't want him out there! haha! Sitting in front of Torreira if we have 3 in the middle or alongside him would be ideal :)

6.) 16 Jun 2018 11:03:52
Xhaka can.
Simple as that :-)
I saw the De Gea mistake last night and thought " Xhaka would have held that plus saved the penalty and that free kick? He'd have simply headed it off the line.
Left of midfield is a doddle for super Xhaka:-)

7.) 16 Jun 2018 12:14:42
Lots of pace and width in that side too, the fresh faced youthful fullbacks will be fine with no help tracking back.

8.) 16 Jun 2018 19:20:12
It amuses me the lack of knowledge shown in respect of Xhaka, who was captain of Borrusia Monchengladbach at the age of 22, who has played over 60 matches for Switzerland, who Wenger started in almost every league match last season and who Emery decided to extended his contract as soon as he arrived at the club.
I first saw Xhaka playing on the left hand side of the Swiss national team and he looked quality. Alas, he is one of many players that were played out of position by Wenger and his natural aggressive game was not allowed to flourish under him, nor was his shooting ability. Imagine, not that it would have happened, if Roy Keane was not allowed to play his aggressive style, nor allowed to shoot. He would have been a shadow of the great player he was. Many of you are the same fans that rate Chambers! Who was relegated whilst at Middlesbrough and is a truly average centre back. Our away record was dire last season and our fullbacks received virtually no cover, whilst a player such as Xhakae would have provided defensive cover on the left and supplied ammunition for the central attacking player. We have yet to see how Emery will set up next season, but he has stated that Xhaka will be an important part of the team. I believe you will see a very different player under Emery.

9.) 16 Jun 2018 19:47:58
A different player, possibly. A left winger, definitely not.

You’ve tried to cover a bad post by a long winded post. Not working mate. He’s not a left winger. He’s slow in the middle of the pitch so will have nowhere near enough pace out wide.

10.) 16 Jun 2018 21:05:06
At no point did I state Xhaka should be played as a left winger. I stated that he should be played further forward than the defensive midfield role he played under Wenger. The player himself considers his best position is as a 'fake' number 10, sitting slightly deeper than a number 10.
I seem to recall that Emery is considering playing a 4-1-4-1, which would be interesting and could mean playing Torreira (if signed) , behind a midfield four, which could contain Xhaka, who Emery considers an important part of the team.
My post was not long winded, it simply expalined my thoughts correctly and not some concocted, incorrect nonsense that I suggested playing Xhaka as a left winger. Clearly reading and interpretation of my comments are not the strong points of thiose that responded so incorrectly and seem incapable of reading more than one line of basic English text.

11.) 16 Jun 2018 22:04:05
RG unless you have spoken to Dick personally, he said xhaka was an important member of the squad. Lol.

12.) 16 Jun 2018 22:05:49
For me, i think xhaka should be left back, in the changing room. Lol.

13.) 16 Jun 2018 22:29:06
Fair points there RG my only point with chambers is he was quite good before he joined us as many players as you say a new manager who will actually let us tackle in training might change our opinions on Young chambers I think he has promise imo and I completely agree with you about xhaka 100% ;)

14.) 16 Jun 2018 22:36:26
Whst do Poch and Toby think of him RG :-)

15.) 17 Jun 2018 04:48:22
Steve r - Emery extended Xhaka's contract soon after becoming manager and it was reported on the official Arsenal site that Emery considers Xhaka an important part of the squad.
G62 - Alderwierald is a friend of mine, so I can ask him. I have met Pochettino on a few occasions, but do not know him well enough to ask his opinion of Xhaka.
I live next door to a footballer in Hadley Wood, an area where many Arsenal and Tottenham players live and have lived. Having a serious football background I have had many friends who have played professional football and some that are still playing. The late David Rocastle was a friend of mine, as was his agent at the time Jerome Anderson, who I played football with. I also know football agents Jon and Phil Smith who I played football with in the 1980's 90's. Others are Jobi McAnuff (the former Reading captain, now at Orient) . Dale Barton (played a couple of times for West Ham in the 1980's before moving onto Aldershot and Reading) . There are many others, but these are my closest friends.
If you truly believe Xhaka is so poor you clearly haven't a clue about football. He featured in almost every PL match under Wenger, was made captain of BM in his early 20's and has over 60 international caps for Switzerland. He has won trophies. He clearly sin't suited to playing as a DM, but as I stated he should look far better played in a more advanced role, nit as a left winger, which I never stated.

16.) 17 Jun 2018 04:54:15
XCC - Yes Chambers looked an excellent prospect as a young RB at Southampton and I seem to recalll was a serious threat to Nathan Clyne for the RB spot iin the team. He looked promising in his first few matches for Arsenal at RB, but then like so many players in the second half of Wenger's time at the club, his career went backwards and was ultimately turned into a CB. He went on loan to Middlesborough for a season and was part of the team that was relegated. I simply see nothing special in him and ould let him move on, especially if we can get the sort of fee reported in the papers.

{Ed001's Note - Chambers was a centre back who played at right back to gain experience, the same way as Joe Gomez has been at Liverpool. He was only cover at right back, it was never his position.}

17.) 17 Jun 2018 05:20:23
RG. you’re full of shizzle. The end.

18.) 17 Jun 2018 05:21:11
Hi Ed001 - I belive there is some confusion as to Chambers position, as he has played at RB, CB, in midfield and even as a more advanced right-sided player in his youth. Time may be playing tricks, but I seem to recall signing him after he had some outstanding performances at RB for Southamton, covering for Clyne and I stand to be corrected, I recall him playing for the senior England team at RB. I was under the impression that the transformation to CB, came after some unconvincing performances for Arsenal at RB.

{Ed001's Note - if you say so. Your impression was clearly wrong as he played a number of times at centre back for Southampton first team.}

19.) 17 Jun 2018 05:39:40
Thank you Ed.
I did a little research and came across the following on the official site, which proves that he has played in different positions and thus neither of us are worng, perhaps both of us are right!

Report on the official Arsenal site when we signed Chambers:
Tall and athletic, the versatile youngster started his career in midfield, but established himself at right back last season and can also play in the centre of defence.

{Ed001's Note - where they start their career is irrelevant. Jamie Carragher started as a striker, but no one ever imagined he would become one. Gerrard got into the Liverpool team at right back initially. Kolo Toure made his Arsenal debut on the wing. You will find coaches will put them in positions out on the flanks, if possible, to lower risk of their performance causing problems if they mess up.}

20.) 17 Jun 2018 08:50:58
Bellerin sokiritis soyunchu monreal
Ramsey xhaka
Miki ozil

Leichsteiner mavrapanos holding kola
Niles wilshere
Iwobi welbeck

Emery's best bet may be to try to replicate how psg played. unfortunately that formation was based around the quality of their wingers and how complete cavani is as a cf. Miki and ozil are great creative players but don't seem to have the workrate.
If i had the choice i'd go with this
Sokiritis soyunchu
Bellerin torreira monreal
Xhaka ramsey
Laca auba

Anyone who doesn't press and give
100 can't get into this side and the strikers and wing backs will have to work incredibly hard. I just believe laca and auba as a partnership with ozil in the hole could be devastating.

21.) 17 Jun 2018 10:02:14
Well RG I think the fact that you not only have your own private plane but also one that gives you the ability to be in two countries at the very same time really hammers home your authority to be deciding what others know and don't know about football:-)
Oh by the way you never did answer my question about which team you very successfully were manner of?
Must have slipped your busy mind time reply to that one :-)
Especially when it's so easy to debunk :-) I've a feeling you might side step those one RG mate?

22.) 17 Jun 2018 13:52:33
He's got his own plane? 😂 😂 😂.

23.) 17 Jun 2018 19:54:46
Yeah but, do you know dean gaffney?

24.) 17 Jun 2018 21:42:47
RG, you keep digging big holes for yourself, keep digging pal and you might end up in australia. don't tell me i know nothing about football because i don't rate xhaka because there are a lot more like me and a lot less that thinks like you. Its opinion and most people i talk to agree with me. They must all be wrong and you must be right because RG says so. I call it as i see it and i don't have to name drop and lie to try and make myself look good. Just stick to opinion and you are a good poster. Its the big i am bull shizzle that ruins it.

25.) 17 Jun 2018 21:46:53
Eden, i have my own plane. I've just used it to take a shaving off my door because I've just fitted a brand new thick pile carpet and couldn't shut the door.



14 Jun 2018 21:28:41
Do you have any idea what winger we are after?


1.) 14 Jun 2018 22:55:16
Monreal and Belerin will be after them all from August onwards:-)

2.) 15 Jun 2018 08:09:35
Gelson Martins by the sounds of it but there are other clubs queuing up. We won't pay his £50m fee and will very much wait to see if he is successful in somehow terminating his contract so we can have him for free. Sporting won't allow 4 players worth a combined £80m leave that easily.



12 Jun 2018 22:37:28
If the reports are true about the sporting Lisbon players I don’t see why we don’t go for the 3 players for free any thoughts Martins Fernandes carvalho.





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12 Aug 2018 19:45:01
Emery out same old arsenal nothing has changed.


{Ed033's Note - You're just a Crybaby :)

1.) 12 Aug 2018 20:10:29
My feelings have changed from extremely negative to optimistic so that's one thing that's changed.

2.) 12 Aug 2018 20:15:43
Gunner, i think most sensible people are of that opinion too.

3.) 12 Aug 2018 22:00:27
It won't be long till your back to your old selves boys
Now to be fair I was excited when United went 1 0 up the other night but then we went straight back to where we left off. Sit back and hope.

4.) 12 Aug 2018 22:20:07
I see a relatively tough season for us both 12 mate, it will be tough for us to break into or even challenge for top 4 and it will be tough for you to not challenge for the title but still have to watch a less than exciting United.
You will definitely make top 4 but is that enough for United, especially a non entertaining United mate? Not a dig mate just a genuine question.

5.) 12 Aug 2018 22:21:42
you need to give emery more time. As much as he wasn't my choice, he was really left with a rubbishty team. There is just little a coach can do in such a case. The buck stops with the owner. If he wants to compete, he needs to invest millions and millions into this team. Years of under investment have taken their toll.

The team needs a right back, new pair of central defenders, a box to box midfielder and two wingers. That is a minimum of five players.

6.) 12 Aug 2018 23:02:04
G 62 your right looks like we will see plenty negative football and little silly digs between manager and players just like pogba already.
It will be everyone's fault but Jose.
I will support the team but hope it's joses last year.

7.) 12 Aug 2018 23:49:44
Totally agree 12 Jose is like a sad comedian who once the biggest act in town but has now run out of good materiel and looking for someone else to blame.
United are far bigger than Jose Mourinho no matter how brilliant he once was and while he is happy to talk the talk it's always been Uniteds way to want to walk the walk, and do it with style too.
I think like you he will see this season out and be replaced.



31 Jul 2018 19:35:21
I listened to the shark pod again today and was wondering do you think we will go for Gomez or any midfielder, or do you think it depends on Ramesy staying or going.


1.) 31 Jul 2018 21:53:33
Gomez is crocked, so he's a no go.

2.) 31 Jul 2018 21:59:59
Max Meyer maybe an option but could be heading to Fulham. Strange if true.

3.) 01 Aug 2018 03:30:51
If Fulham get seri, meyer along with keeping sesengon, they've had some window!



31 Jul 2018 09:57:29
For me this Ramesy contract is taking too long it needs to be sorted he needs to sign or leave, and we need to replace before the window closes for me i am not bothered,.


1.) 31 Jul 2018 10:10:46
Like wise I'm not bothered if he stays or goes but if the chioce was mine I'd say tata Aaron.
Making a fresh start with no prima Donna's at the club would be a good thing in my opinion.

2.) 31 Jul 2018 10:36:54
he just spins in circles when there is a ball to be played.

3.) 31 Jul 2018 10:55:00
if we were buying him, how excited would you be? and what would you think the max we should pay for him would be? anything over £30 mil i would think we were being stupid.

4.) 31 Jul 2018 11:16:00
For me Aaron Ramsey is one of our better players and we should try to keep him . However it’s not keep him at all costs - new regime offer him what you think he is worth and no more . If he won’t accept, which he is entitled to do, then sell to whoever . Want players who want to play for the Arsenal not just play for us because of the money! COYG.

5.) 31 Jul 2018 11:36:13
He is a good player but far from ireplacable we can't have players holding us to ransom like this. Yes Ozil kind of did but he is a special talent that cannot be easily replaced, ramsey is not that standard. Ramsey is a player that is better without the ball with his runs than he is with it, useful but not a game breaker. If he will not sign get him sold and move on rumours about a swap deal with dembele but even if Dembelee was keen not sure where we would get the extra cash for that at present as Ramsey is about 30Million at best. Perhaps a with a set clause to buy next season could work taking the 30Million for Rasmey off that fee.

6.) 31 Jul 2018 12:34:44
That's the thing, getting a player to sign up for the pay packet isn't always getting the player to commit or buy into the manager and his ways of doing things.
If money is your only motivation for staying at or joining a club where is the motivation once the money is guaranteed?
Alexis Sanchez springs to mind, he has his half a million a week but does he enjoy life at United and really want to be there or was he just desperate to get away from Arsenal and jumped out of the jelly and into the rice pudding for the money.

7.) 31 Jul 2018 13:16:50
Clearly we must sign him up or sell him. The danger is that at his age he can afford to run his contract down and benefit financially as a free agent next year.
It very much depends on the formation Emery intends using as to whether we should do all we can to keep him.

8.) 31 Jul 2018 19:04:55
We don't have to make it attractive to run down his contract.
If we offer him first team football and to allow him to run down his contract then why wouldn't he?
If we say " either sign a new deal or leave in this window or spend a year training away from the rest of the squad with absolutely no chance of playing any football at any level during that 12 months " then running down his contract doest suddenly seem so attractive to him I'm sure.

It's Aaron's job to do what's best for Aaron and it's Arsenal job to what's best for Arsenal and the club has to be bigger than any player or its in trouble.



14 Jul 2018 23:51:22
Any news on the shark pod ed thanks.


{Ed033's Note - There maybe an Ed002 Sharkopod tomorrow.



12 Jul 2018 20:54:54
So that’s our business done unless a big opportunity comes as the new boss put it, I would have liked a very good winger but we can’t have it all looking forward to see what we are made of.


1.) 12 Jul 2018 21:54:17
Seems that way unless others leave can't see anymore coming in tbh. Emery has addressed hopefully the main weakness in a good DM and a commanding CB in Torrira and Sokratis. May not be the stella exciting signings but important ones that will hopefully make us more solid defensivly, and tbh without being in main champions league we got the best players we could.

2.) 12 Jul 2018 23:54:49
I'm a lot more confident about this season. He had addressed the weak areas. Maybe another cb would be nice and a winger but could still happen.

3.) 13 Jul 2018 00:53:07
Once we have shifted some players on another one or two will be joining. Maybe three if ramsey leaves.

4.) 13 Jul 2018 05:22:19
Not sure if they’ll bring in anyone else Stevie. All the people in the know, including Emery, have said they are done with signings. One player who would be so perfect for this team is Julian Brandt. No clue if Arsenal have shown any interest, no clue how much it would take to pry him away from Leverkusen, not sure Leverkusen would even entertain the idea of selling the lad but he is going to be top class in short order and will be wanted by the big clubs in Europe very soon, If not already.

5.) 13 Jul 2018 12:34:44
Yeah, but who's leaving?

6.) 13 Jul 2018 17:16:34
I have a feeling at least one attacking player will come.

7.) 13 Jul 2018 20:18:06
We definitely haven't finished selling and moving on players and i'm sure we will get one or two more when they have. I think nzonzi and a winger type player at least.

8.) 13 Jul 2018 22:02:16
My guess is Ramsey Monreal Mustafi will be elsewhere by the the time the season starts, but it's just a guess.

9.) 14 Jul 2018 02:24:16
A big possibility gunner, its all pointing that way.




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14 Aug 2018 19:51:51
It was embarrassing the line up just made me laugh.




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08 Aug 2018 09:52:08
People saying it might be different, the man isn’t going to change just because he has full control it’s going to be worse, I hope he does change and pump millions but I can’t see it.




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23 Jul 2018 16:20:32
If Iwobi Stays then i am not happy with Emery one bit he is by far the worst Arsenal winger I’ve seen in a long time.




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22 Jul 2018 23:01:59
Chambers? I thought he did well the end of the season.




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02 Jul 2018 15:19:49
Chill out Glenn 😂😂😂😂.





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31 Jul 2018 19:36:35
I’ve always said it’s the board and wasn’t Wenger he worked miracles with the budget he had and kept us up there.




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31 Jul 2018 10:36:54
he just spins in circles when there is a ball to be played.




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23 Jul 2018 12:31:54
Well i am not impressed he’s keeping Iwobi.




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11 Jul 2018 23:42:39
Yip definitely coming home.




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11 Jul 2018 13:30:32
Sy4 i am 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿And hope England get stuffed lol.