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25 Oct 2017 15:18:36
Some very talented youngsters coming through our academy. Macey in goal looks very promising.


1.) 25 Oct 2017 17:37:34
I only saw the highlights. Did he look promising or will he just be another league cup poster who’ll be forgotten.

2.) 26 Oct 2017 07:13:08
Time will tell D16.

3.) 26 Oct 2017 22:27:58
The premier league as always is the bench mark that by all young players futures are decided.
Jay Simpson and Jay Emanuel Thomas were two I thought would make it Frimpong too but ultimately being able to hold your own in the bread and butter premier league is minimum requirement, cup games where the best players are rested on both sides isn't the best guide.



25 Oct 2017 00:20:32
Pleased that we managed to get through to the QF of the LC. Great to see youngsters given more game time and in particular Nketiah.




22 Oct 2017 14:40:22
Just seen the team for today, the sole change I would have made would have been Giroud for Ozil, to try a three pronged attack of Lacazette, Giroud and Sanchez. Looks about as strong as we could put out.




20 Oct 2017 07:04:50
A pleasing result last night, great to see Wilshere returning to form and the young players benefitting from first team game time. Perhaps it's time to tie Wilshere down to a contract? Now we need to exploit Everton's poor form at the weekend.




19 Oct 2017 09:13:28
Interesting news emerging that Debuchy will play tonight. It makes sense as the priority is Sunday's match against Everton.


1.) 19 Oct 2017 14:21:09
Makes sense, why aim for the real possibility of the europa league when the ellustrios dream of recapturing the 4th place trophy is still not mathematically impossible.
I'm not saying the 4th place is impossible but it's going to be extremely difficult to achieve and it makes very little sense to prioritise it above more realistic actual trophies that are available and slightly more realistic.
Treat all 4 targets with the respect they deserve is my motto as I have learned from our mistakes in. the psst and the example set by others who are currently ahead of us. in the league and in the way they do things.




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19 Nov 2017 08:14:28
Was Walcott ill or coldn't even get on the bench and is off in January?
Thoughts fellow gooners.


1.) 19 Nov 2017 09:29:24
Where would or could he go?
It would have to be to one of utd Liverpool city utd to afford his wages even if he was a free.
Maybe West ham or Everton on loan with us paying some of his wages I guess.



18 Nov 2017 16:48:06
Excellent performance the team. Top team selection and Mustafi was my man of the match by a mile.
Celebrating driving the 991 Turbo down Park Lane and will watch the match again whilst downing an ice cold glass of Krug Grand Cuvée.


1.) 18 Nov 2017 17:55:18
Sadly Mustafi can't stand the manager or he would be a great player for us!



08 Nov 2017 12:49:43
There are reports that Simeone is ready to chance his luck in the PL and I wonder what fellow gooners think of him replacing Wenger at the end of the season?
Personally, I think it's time for a change and a totally different style of manager, nit that there is anyone quite like Wenger!


{Ed002's Note - Perhaps he will join the Spanish revolution at Arsenal? Or move to Barcelona with Griezmann?}

1.) 08 Nov 2017 13:49:46
I'd love him at arsenal, you wouldn't see players like theo, xhaka and ozil strolling around the pitch with him in charge.

2.) 08 Nov 2017 14:24:08
R. G. you said spurs would never qualify from that tough champions league group lol did you see what we done to real Madrid last week. Only 10 days to go until Harry Kane does his usual damage to you to increase our points gap over your R. G.

3.) 08 Nov 2017 15:02:28
Raver61 - trophies? 1961.
Trophies won by toot's manager = 0
Trophies won by entire playing squad whilst at the toot = 0
Trophies won by the toot during raver61's short lifetime = 0
Last league title = 1961, yes 1961 - approaching 60 years ago
Last FA Cup = 1991 - over quarter of a century ago
Last League. Cup = 2008 - nearly a decade ago

Silence is best until you actually win a trophy.

4.) 08 Nov 2017 17:22:02
RG 😂😂.

5.) 08 Nov 2017 17:53:46
Silence that's what you have been the last few weeks since spurs shut you up. You said we won't be nowhere near top 4 and won't get out of our champions league group. If I said Arsenal won't qualify for something and they proved me wrong I would least give them credit for it.

6.) 08 Nov 2017 17:56:09
Arsenal last league title 15 years, last league cup 20 years, and I won't mention European trophys lol.

7.) 08 Nov 2017 20:43:39
Usual challenge raver61 - list the trophies won by the Toot during your lifetime. I know it’s zero and you are too cowardly to admit it. Whilst the toot have been winning absolutely nothing over the last 4 seasons we have added 3 FACups and 3 Community Shields. Wenger has songle handedly won more titles than the toot have in their entire history. Let’s see if you have the guts to finally admit that the toot have won nothing in your lifetime.

8.) 08 Nov 2017 21:13:40
My grandad was hard as nails 30 years ago. As of late though he's been embarrassing himself.



07 Nov 2017 12:57:28
Wenger still continues to baffle me. Much as I thought we would have a problem with the lack of CB's. Playing Monreal and Coquelin as CB's against top teams will not work. Selling Gabriel without replacing him was idiotic. We need to bring in 2 CB's, Van Dijk and Manolas. We also need a proper DM, N'Zonzi would be my choice and cover at RB. Maitland-Niles and Nelson must be played in their preferred positions, they are not wing backs. Wake up Wenger.


1.) 07 Nov 2017 18:54:09
Do you think we are a bit short at the back RG?

2.) 07 Nov 2017 21:49:45
Definitely sanago, coqualan is 5ft4, monreal 5ft5 and bellerin 5ft6.

3.) 08 Nov 2017 11:02:12
I see the Edmonton identical twins are at it again or has raver61 got two ID's. Always knew he was a closet goon, oooops Gooner.

Raver61 - Trophies? 1961?
Sanogo- You are to intelligence what Sanogo was to goalscoring. Try an intelligent, interesting comment, just once.

4.) 08 Nov 2017 11:44:45
I get the bit about identical twins and one man two posters RG mate but where i'm lost is where does Sanogo come into it all? :-)
Only kidding Raver, I mean RG :-)

5.) 08 Nov 2017 11:55:27
Does the same intelligent post 500 times count 😂.

6.) 08 Nov 2017 12:41:02
Does missing an open goal 500 times count?

7.) 08 Nov 2017 13:26:20
Does Both Raver and RG61 beginning with the letter R count for anything?
Don't forget to tune in next time folks for the next thrilling episode of When Raver met RG! For more Virtual reality at its best :-)

8.) 08 Nov 2017 13:45:25
I hope you realise I'm not sanogo RG. I know it might be difficult to work out who's real and who's not when your the pages walter Mitty 😂.



03 Nov 2017 06:00:14
The EL and the LC have provided a good opportunity for Arsenal's youngsters and squad [lauers to get much needed playing time. Clearly Debucny and Walcott need to be moved on, whilst cover is needed at CB, FB and DM. I belive that playing at WB may help Maitland-Niles and Nelson become better all-round players, but would be happier to see them in their true positions. Willock and Macey are clearly growing as players with each match they play. There was also some decent young talent on the bench, which bodes well for the future. Massive two league games coming up to see how we have progressed since the defeat at the start of the season against Liverpool, we have only been beaten once since then.





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16 Nov 2017 06:41:46
Difficult one, as ideally a top manager such as Guardiola or Mourinho, neither of which are currently available.
A young manager on the up and who has already won trophies is Marco Silva.
Perhaps Arsenal heroes Henry or Vieira, but neither have experience of managing at PL level.
I still like the Juve manager, Allegri and Simeone.

1. Guardiola
2. Mourinho
3. Simeone
4. Allegri

5. Silva
6. Vieira
7. Henry

Wenger is a very difficult act to follow.

I have heard absurd suggestions such as Dyche and Howe! No way!




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26 Oct 2017 07:13:08
Time will tell D16.




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25 Oct 2017 16:38:11
Superb player, but 29 in May and injury prone.




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19 Oct 2017 09:12:19
The buck stops with Wenger as he runs the club in accordance with his football ideology. The enigma of Wenger is that he has been successful, despite making huge errors of judgement and appearing not to understand basic footballing concepts.




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13 Oct 2017 17:42:59
Would it be an idea to play him tomorrow and give Ramsey a rest after having played 2 International matches.
The same goes for Xhaka, with fit again Coquelin coming in for him and say Welbeck for Sanchez, who had a lonuey nng trip, as well as 2 matches.
Or would it be best to play our strongest team and ignore the risk of an injury, such as Mustafi's?





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18 Nov 2017 18:29:02
Gracious post raver. I thought Spurs looked off the pace today. Competing in the Champions League, as well as having more players on International duty and playing high intensity football on a larger pitch is clearly taking it's toll. It will be interesting to see how they cope with the amount of matches coming up. The Danny Rose situation must be sorted and a swop for Luke Shaw might be on.
A night in, a take away curry and Cobra is in order.
Respect for your post.




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18 Nov 2017 16:56:26
The new Real Madrid, the same old Toot! Not a player today that I would swop for one of ours. Another trophyless season on the cards for the toot.




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16 Nov 2017 18:21:32
Xhaka is a victim of Wenger's insistence on playing creative players in the defensive midfield roles. We have only one true DM player, Coquelin, and he is not good enough to play at the top level.
I have never understood why Wenger deviated away from playing tall, strong, athletic players in the DM roles, which brought so much success in the early years of his management. If, for example we signed N'Zonzi and Fellaini, we would have decent defensive cover and height both defensively and offensively. Xhaka is a quality player, who has a decent range of passing and shooting. Wenger made a mistake by curbing his natural aggression he showed in the early days at the club. Certain players, such as Alli at the toot would not be half the player they are if their 'nasty' streak was elimated from their game.




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16 Nov 2017 15:53:49
Oh dear North East Spur, the trouble is that the toot's history truly is ancient. I will lay down the same challenge that raver61 cowardly fails to answer; List the trophies won by the toot during your lifetime.
Incidentally, Arsenal are the current FA Cup and Community Shield holders.
The problem with the toot is that they appear to be going through another false dawn, similar to the Redknapp era. A manger and a team that haven't won a thing. No wonder you and raver61 stalk gooners.




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16 Nov 2017 06:33:46
Oh dear raver61 - It's Moët, not moat! Then again the Champagne has been on ice since 1961. Incidentally, I am not a fan of Moët, preferring the upmarket Krug to celebrate trophies at my Belgravia penthouse, having driven down Park Lane celebrating in my shiny new Porsche 991 Turbo. The pain at the building site just goes on.