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31 Aug 2017 18:44:57
Mbappe gone lemar nit happening is it going to be a mad scramble for draxler. I love draxler more than lemar the only issue I have with drax is that he has tickets on himself and is a know whinge arse but beggars can't be choosers.


 

 

07 Jun 2017 22:00:49
All this talk of belkerin going does not bother me at all. He's on a long contract and could well be our most valuable player as it stands. If Barcelona were to buy him then that would be fine in my eyes (providing they pay the price in one instalment, I'm sure Barcelona are the pay in bits type of club if they can) providing we stick to a back three and ox stays I think getting 40 plus million for him would be good business.


1.) 08 Jun 2017 07:20:09
Only problem I have with that mate is squad depth, who fills in if Ox is injured, do you see someone else in the squad stepping into that rule.

Jenkinson and Debuchy will be off and neither good enough anyway.

I get what you're saying but it just makes us weaker. The Ox's injury record isn't that great.


2.) 08 Jun 2017 08:04:36
Sorry mate should of added getting another for the possition as well.


3.) 08 Jun 2017 08:13:42
Couldn't agree more with SLB. Anything north of £40m for bellerin is good wedge, especially if we actually reinvested that with Lacazette for only slightly (relative term) more.
Maitland Niles, is a fine prospect and can surely act as cover for The Ox who we simply MUST MUST re-contract.
I'd say its good news for us as Wenger can surely then persuade The Ox he has a "permanent" place and function in the team.

Don't get me wrong, I like Bellerin and a year ago would have wept at the prospect of him going back to Barcelona, but the price, the "replacement" and the new formation dictate otherwise now.


4.) 08 Jun 2017 08:44:45
I'd forgotten about Maitland-Niles Max and he did look good in the games he played in, he's listed as right wing, RB and midfielder so a good prospect for that role.

Definitely want Ox to stay, I guess it's selling our better players that bugs me but if the money goes to better then there is no argument from me.


5.) 08 Jun 2017 10:40:36
Why is paying in one installment so important to you?


The fact is that very, very few clubs and certainly not continental clubs will pay transfer fees in one lump sum.

It just doesn't happen.

Barca will pay about 10% first and then 60-70% over the length of the contract - normally 4-5 years and the rest will be in clauses.

This is how clubs pay.


 

 

31 May 2017 20:46:23
Gutted! Don't know if it was ever a possibility but a player I have always wanted at arsenal marco Reus has suffered another nightmare injury. He has had a nightmare and can't honestly see him ever been worth buying. Like an Alfa Romeo that kid.


1.) 31 May 2017 22:48:32
10 injuries in past 2 seasons.

Shame. Terrific player.


 

 

25 May 2017 16:10:01
Now I've been thinking that not been in the CL will shorten the list of potential players that will come, but in all fairness we never went for those players when we were in the CL.

{Ed002's Note - It may make some think again but most no.}


1.) 26 May 2017 06:43:09
If Wenger stays, expect very few signings, he has laready said as much. We appear to have signed Kolasinac and I believe we will try and use our funds to secure deals with Ox, Ozil and SAnchez. I would like to see Ospina depart and Szczesny return. Chambers could return, allowing us to release Mertesacker. I think we will look to sign a creative midfield player to cover/ replace Cazorla. So two additional signings plus Kolasinac.


2.) 26 May 2017 14:17:48
You are a very easy man to please mate.


 

 

25 Apr 2017 21:18:37
I read on here that arsenal would look to Marco reus if Sanchez were to leave. Now I think he's a fantastic player but obviously have doubts over his fitness and arsenal been the injury central! But isn't this logic where arsenal get it so badly wrong. Shouldn't we be looking to add players of this quality in addition to Sanchez. We are 5-6 players short as it is.


1.) 26 Apr 2017 06:34:07
Absolutely, we should do everything we can to keep to players at the cub and purchase 2 or 3 more top players in the summer window. We need to sell/ release the following:
Ospina - Bring back Szczesny (hopefully he has finally matured) . We should get £5m for Ospina and Szczesny costs nothing as we own him.
Debuchy
Jenkinson
Chambers
Monreal - Kolasinac signed?
Mertesacker
Sanogo
Campbell

I am not sure about Wilshere, but we need to get him fit and make a decision.


2.) 27 Apr 2017 12:59:21
I wouldn't get rid of monreal he adds fight, versitility and experience to our squad.


3.) 03 May 2017 09:42:33
Monreal is a good squad player, but no more than that.


 

 

 

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21 Sep 2017 00:33:48
Eds what's the crack with this Sampson sacking. Something's rotten in Norway.

{Ed001's Note - I don't know what you mean mate? If you mean Mark Sampson with England Women, he was appointed with the FA knowing there were problems with his mouth. Only himself to blame, but he should never have been given the job.}


1.) 21 Sep 2017 06:51:30
I was not aware of what the actual problems were with Samson in the past, but isn't it often the case that some of the best managers such as Clough and Mourinho were/ are hardly saints and both were touted to manage the England team. The FA often chose to employ weak yes men, such as Hodgson and now Southgate, who we wouldn't want to manage our team and haven't been huge successes, apart from the early Hodgson era. The one time the FA pushed the boat out and employed a more risky choice as manager in Allardyce, they allowed/ encouraged him to depart, when they could have backed him up and kept him at the helm. I was actually looking forward to seeing how he would get on in the role, whereas the moment Southgate was installed as manager I lost all interest, as we don't stand a chance with him in charge at the major tournaments. It will be the usual easy qualification from a weak group, leading to over-expectations at a major tournament and failing to get through the group stage or getting knocked out in the first match after the group stage.

{Ed001's Note - so you think that it is ok to appoint someone that is a bigot to the job? Why not go the whole hog and appoint Alf Garnett, as that is who Sampson clearly models himself on.... Mind the FA did appoint Stuart Pearce, a man who had been found guilty and punished for racially abusing other players in the past, but who still had the barefaced cheek to pontificate about Luis Suarez during his spat with Evra! No shame at the FA.}


 

 

15 Sep 2017 11:50:00
Wow UEFA are charging arsenal for cologne bringing if reports are to be believed 17000 extra fans. I'd tell them to ram there rubbish second rate comp. The European Coca Cola cup.

{Ed002's Note - There is nothing to stop Arsenal withdrawing from UEFA competition should they wish to.}


1.) 15 Sep 2017 12:48:38
That's interesting ed. I didn't know that. Would there be likely ramifications that we would get excluded from the champions league or could we just leave and that be that for this year.

{Ed002's Note - They wouldn't tell you - that is not their place.}


2.) 15 Sep 2017 12:56:37
Firstly, Cologne didn't bring 17,000 fans, these individuals would have made their own arrangements to fly over independently of the club.
Secondly, Arsenal have been charged with blocking stairways in the away fans section, which if correct could have been disasterous if a serious problem such as a terrorist attack occured.
However, Cologne have quite rightly been hit with four counts.
My own opinion is that we should simply be warned of the possible consequences of blocking stairways. Whilst Cologne should have their fans banned from all further away Europa League matches this season and suffer a fine equating to the total amount they recieive for playing this match.


3.) 15 Sep 2017 13:21:59
From what I can gather they let the home fans out first. And that was for the obvious reason of fans clashing and secondly most of the Arsenal fans were using the tube and the Piccadilly line was due to close at 12 ish so then would have had another huge potential problem. As it happened there were no casualties and 5 arrests so in hindsight it was a lucky escape. If they did lock stairways then it's catch 22. I personally believe if they let the koln fans out at the same time as the Arsenal fans things would have been much much worse. But as I say no real damage in the end.


4.) 15 Sep 2017 13:39:33
I think all parties need to take on the chin the bits they didn't do as much as they should and could have to prevent this happening plus accept with good grace the bits where they should have dealt with the situation better once it had happened.
If we are fined for blocking an exit fair play and let's let colonge worry about there own house.
If I was Arsenal I wouldn't make tickets available through the club for the return match in Germany as a preventative measure.


5.) 15 Sep 2017 15:25:41
62 I think you have hit the nail on the head. Take the medicine for last night, on both sides. Make every effort to avoid a repeat, when we visit Cologne as well as when we host Red Star - a side whose fans are notorious for making a ruckus.

Can't let this be a call to arms for other visiting teams' supporters who don't want to play nice.


6.) 15 Sep 2017 16:16:38
Hi Cat mate, I think if you do all you can you leave yourself little to beat yourself up about if things don't work out as you would have hoped, if you've made mistakes then put your hands up and admit it because people are usually more accepting of your apology if you offer it without being forced to do so.
No one is perfect and accepting it is a strength most admire.


7.) 15 Sep 2017 17:09:54
No doubt about that 62 - it's true for supporters and clubs alike.


 

 

01 Sep 2017 00:22:39
I've heard a rumour that we signed alexis Sanchez last night . result one more year for him then.


1.) 01 Sep 2017 07:28:01
As reported by the Chilean Press mate.

"The concentration of the [Alexis] was everywhere, except in the match against Paraguay.

Ever since he arrived at the stadium his face was cold, and without the usual spark. Not even the ovation from the fans recovered his mood.

There was no consolation for him after a day of oblivion. The defeat was the confirmation of the nightmare. "

Wenger will be bigging himself up for keeping a truly unhappy player and if he plays at 50% as he did against Liverpool how is that worth keeping.

The man has had yet another shocker.


2.) 01 Sep 2017 07:58:21
Par for the corse these days mate, worst possible outcome as far as Sanchez was concerned, no player wortb speaking of no new contact and no money to replace him with next summer.
Are the fen Street gang running Arsenal these days? Frankie Abbott about in charge of buys and Dennis sorting out the sales side of things :-)


 

 

01 Sep 2017 00:19:28
🤣🤣🤣 I love it! The club is on acid. they do not give a French connection uk lol . The day a Youngblood French player snubs us is the day we can safely say that the fairy tail is over. It's good whilst it lasted. Ox going to Liverpool and knocking back 60k a week to do so. You couldn't write it. Hey guys imagine how funny this would be if it was spurs going through this 😂😂😂 you would wait ten lifetimes.


 

 

31 Aug 2017 18:13:25
Don't spurs look like Arsenal 15 years ago! Funding a new stadium keeping players happy and astute signings! On the plus side we can afford to have 50 years off and spurs would have to have some success to just about level with the Arsenal.


1.) 31 Aug 2017 18:41:24
That's our official Spurs excuse sorted now we just need another 4 or 5 for other excuses to make us feel better about other teams likely to have a brighter few next few years ahead :-) I guess we've still got that old history Chestnut and of course the ever dependable invincibles to throw at peole over 25 who are likely to remember it :-)


2.) 31 Aug 2017 18:48:11
Well we're going to let them catch up over the next two years for sure - and then they'll have the bigger stadium too.


3.) 31 Aug 2017 18:57:16
And when we're REALLY desperate for an excuse, we just blame Trump. I suggest using this one sparingly though.


4.) 31 Aug 2017 19:00:22
Why don't we use ravers logic and build an extra 20,000 seats at the Emirates and we'll be the biggest club in England.

Sorted. 😂😂.


5.) 31 Aug 2017 19:25:35
We all know spuds will crash . I'm trying to find anything other than bashing Arsenal.


 

 

 

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31 Aug 2017 22:32:06
I think he mean rendez vous point.


 

 

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31 Aug 2017 14:08:23
We need them both as well as addressing the cazorla possition and a DM and a CB . This all needed to be done this window . Madness . There's a few hours left though 🤐.


 

 

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30 Aug 2017 08:23:57
He is worried he won't get as much game time at Chelsea and knows he's there to replace Moses more like.


 

 

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29 Aug 2017 22:33:57
It's a discusting offer. Neymar isn't 4 times better than Sanchez.


 

 

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29 Aug 2017 22:33:57
It's a discusting offer. Neymar isn't 4 times better than Sanchez.


 

 

 

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20 Sep 2017 18:50:50
It's sad and a stupid way to look at things. We are a glorious club with a glorious history and you go on about having the best attendance in the carabotifulwhogivesafudder cup. And I believe the other day you said that this game would give us a good indication as to our depth? Your a bonafide nutjob mate. The fact that you have mentioned that you would spend £150k on a Porsche highlighted the fact that you don't have a clue.


 

 

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20 Sep 2017 17:24:15
Well you only have to look at the koln game as an example. A supposed 2900 away tickets but obviously fans didn't turn up and sold there's on as there were loads of koln fans around the ground. But also I was there that night and there was thousands of empty seats. Your also banging on about the bloody milk cup mate. Your at it again firsts charity sheilds then Coca Cola cups and attendances . Your a grade A sad case mate. Why on earth do resort to banging on about the pinkest stuff you can imagine when the real balls of our club trumps the spuds shocking history a million to one. Sad case.


 

 

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20 Sep 2017 10:37:22
Yeah just checked he won it twice with us.


 

 

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20 Sep 2017 08:39:30
2 with Chelsea I think 62 because they have only won it 4 times or is it 5 . Il have to check.


 

 

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20 Sep 2017 00:51:42
I had to spew when you said you were looking at black tasty one year old RG sicko 😷😷😷.