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15 Dec 2019 15:51:10
Do no Luiz 🙏 No Laca and put both Matteo and Torreira into middle of midfield.

Hopefully the two CM players stay disciplined and let the front 4?worry about attack

Couple of big calls but as long as the two aren't like headless chickens then I'm happy

COYG.

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15 Dec 2019 07:39:02
{Ed's Note - Ed001 has posted a new article entitled, Review Of The Day 14th December 2019

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14 Dec 2019 17:30:58
A chance to make up a point or 3 on Chelsea tomorrow or to slip back into negative goal difference of course.

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15 Dec 2019 12:39:57
Let's hope Freddie has seen something in the last few games to eke out a solid performance. I need some good news this week G62. :)

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14 Dec 2019 13:40:57
Looking at the betting, Arteta is the one as Ancelotti is going out with most bookmakers. Hope he has learnt a lot from Pep if this anything to go by.

{Ed047's Note - that would be a case of buy cheap buy twice for me 🤦‍♂️

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14 Dec 2019 13:50:54
I didn't realise Ancelotti was such a flirt, just how many bookmakers is he seeing? :-)

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15 Dec 2019 02:07:58
I would still like Pochettino, if possible.

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15 Dec 2019 06:14:00
Arteta would be a massive gamble and again on the cheap, absolutely no experience and he comes with a blank CV as a manager.

{Ed047's Note - that really does concern me

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15 Dec 2019 09:25:48
If Poch or Allegri were coming they'd be here by now as both are and have been available ever since Emery left.
Ancelotti has only been available a few days and by all accounts he wasn't expecting the sack so will obviously need time to think about what he wants to do next.
If Ancelotti isn't interested then let Fredie carry on until a proven candidate is interested, the only thing worse than doing nothing is doing something stupid because other people keep telling you must do something.
Let Fredie hold the fort until a genuine cadidate emerges, and a genuine and obvious candidate will come if we simply don't panic.

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15 Dec 2019 10:08:35
I think that’s staying the obvious 62

Freddie will stay put until a manager is found, why would he be replaced by an interim?

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15 Dec 2019 10:25:08
Obviously we wouldn't replace an interim with another untrim Banbury but we might if we give into panic appoint a new permanent manager we didn't really want in the first place as we apparently did with Emery who was a long way off first choice simply because we feel the need to do something rather than nothing.
Artetta Vieira or appointing Fredie on a full time basis would be exactly that, a panic decision and do something rather than nothing against your better judgement to appease short term.
Lose today and people will be screaming why haven't we got a real manager! But the reality is win lose or draw today the new manager timescale shouldn't change a fraction, getting the right man for the job will take as long as it takes.

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15 Dec 2019 13:44:18
The difference with Emery was he had european trophies on his CV How many people thought we had panicked?

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14 Dec 2019 07:39:02
{Ed's Note - Ed001 has posted a new article entitled, Review Of The Day 13th December 2019

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13 Dec 2019 19:32:51
I fancy us against rubbishty.

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13 Dec 2019 21:37:40
Rubbishty ed?

You could of come up with s better one😀🇮🇪☘.

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14 Dec 2019 07:49:54
I don’t, 1-3.

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14 Dec 2019 15:45:36
1.4 we are useless.

{Ed047's Note - that good Welsh, are you sure? 😂

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13 Dec 2019 07:39:01
{Ed's Note - Ed001 has posted a new article entitled, Review Of The Day 12th December 2019

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12 Dec 2019 22:41:18
As a Labour voting Arsenal fan I feel I've Just relived the Brighton game all over again exactly 1 week after first time it happend.
Phew tough week or what :- (.

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13 Dec 2019 06:53:39
Great night, the Gooners through in top place, Conservatives thrash Labour and Brexit ensured.

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13 Dec 2019 07:48:13
Leadership issues in both camps 😂😂

Labour never addressed their fan base or the glaringly obvious issues - they paid. Our board and Emery.

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13 Dec 2019 09:30:15
You ain't wrong SY mate.
Labour lost it when they chose the wrong Milliband back in 2010 and Arsenal lost it when they didn't take advantage of Klopps being available back in 2015.
Hey ho it is what it is and onwards and upwards is the only way and at least now I can let my phone out of my sight for 5 seconds and I don't have to keep checking the fridge to make sure there is no one hiding in it :-)

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13 Dec 2019 20:14:10
Very true statement about the wrong Milliband. Labour should have stuck to the middle ground

Was there another Emery we should have picked?

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14 Dec 2019 09:07:42
I'm hoping there isn't another Emery mate because knowing us we'd find him :-)

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14 Dec 2019 15:30:01
911, why bring politics here?

Ask your younger loved ones in years to come how great it is that the Tories get in and see if you're still happy to say you supported them. It's a dark day in British history.

{Ed047's Note - endeavouring to be smug again I guess Jim.

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14 Dec 2019 16:10:52
Actually to be fair it was G62 who started the politics JG. 911 does make the perfect Tory though. can’t say the word but it rhymes with runt 😂.

{Ed047's Note - 😂👍🏼

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14 Dec 2019 23:22:22
Epping is 100% spot on it was me.
For all of us who aren't happy at how things turned out and are genuinely worried about the future Richard Osmound gave some reassuring words last night " if the best outcome couldn't happen then the second best outcome has happend.
If Boris had got in with a small majority then the extreme right of the Tory party would have called the tune but because of the huge majority at least it means Jacob Reese mogg and chums won't be won't be running the county by making Boris dance to their tune, and we will leave the EU on the best possible terms and the future of the NHS doesn't look as bleak as it first appeared "

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15 Dec 2019 09:21:43
Correct 62 and we won’t have a fiscally irresponsible Labour Party in who can’t balance theirs books. Torria are pro business and pro working which is good. They need a bit of balance to ensure there’s balance in their policies

I wish we had a leader like Boris in - we need a better defence. I’ll get it done no matter what!

{Ed001's Note - no, nothing will get done and they will tell us it is just a warning as to what we can expect under Labour when things go wrong, while your glorious leader is busy effing around embarrassing us all in international politics.}

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15 Dec 2019 09:28:47
G62, my opinion as an outsider to the UK (albeit one with Scottish heritage) is that Brexit was so dominant an issue that the public just wanted it done with. It needs to be over with for anyone to move on. I have some mates in the public sector (NHS, some ministries, etc) and they say that everyone's been pulled from their roles on to this nightmare so the country almost feels in stasis. Things need to get worse before they get better. Good chance they'll get a lot worse now, but hey ho.

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15 Dec 2019 11:11:40
Brexit had to be done wire mate your right and the reason labour lost places like Sedgefield is because people wanted what they voted for Back in 2016 to happen.
Jeremy Corbynne played a very silly hand on Brexit trying not to upset any of his previously safe seats by sitting on the fence and then when absolutely forced to make a decision tried to straddle the fence both sides.
I voted remain but respect the fact that the county voted leave so democracy has to be respected, the problem was that during the referendum both sides lied so much that people weren't able to make a genuinely informed decision so had to make a purely instinctive emotional decision instead, Hull which had done so well out of the EU voted leave? What will Westminster do for Hull? Madness in my opinion but there we go.
The only good thing that will come from any of this is labour will now be forced to move back to the centre as they were in the 80s and 90s.
In my opinion when Blair was just left of centre and Major was just right of centre is where Britain is are it's best and a Far left and extreme right government always come with built in disaster for many, if one part of society has it way way to good another part has to suffer to ballance the books.

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