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      althebest1
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      Re: Arsenal FC
      Reply #1325: Mar 08, 2018 02:41:06 pm
      R.I.P.
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      Re: Arsenal FC
      Reply #1326: Mar 08, 2018 03:26:06 pm
      Arsenal have nothing to fear here, 7th placed Milan lead by Borini?
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      Re: Arsenal FC
      Reply #1327: Mar 15, 2018 09:03:12 pm
      Welbeck's dive ruining what could have been a cracker of a game.
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      Re: Arsenal FC
      Reply #1328: Mar 15, 2018 09:04:53 pm
      Welbeck's dive ruining what could have been a cracker of a game.

      Was it a clear dive? Watching to Dortmund game!
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      Re: Arsenal FC
      Reply #1329: Mar 16, 2018 03:20:27 pm
      Wouldn't fancy a trip to Moscow at the moment.And those Russian Fans stomping their way across London could be dodgy as f**k.
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      Re: Arsenal FC
      Reply #1330: Apr 15, 2018 09:12:26 pm
      Just heard a stat that these have lost their last 5 away Premier League games.

      Newcastle 2-1 Arsenal
      Brighton 2-1 Arsenal
      Tottenham 1-0 Arsenal
      Swansea 3-1 Arsenal
      Bournemouth 2-1 Arsenal

      Crazy.
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      Reply #1331: Apr 15, 2018 09:28:26 pm
      Just heard a stat that these have lost their last 5 away Premier League games.

      Newcastle 2-1 Arsenal
      Brighton 2-1 Arsenal
      Tottenham 1-0 Arsenal
      Swansea 3-1 Arsenal
      Bournemouth 2-1 Arsenal

      Crazy.

      Been utter dogshit in the league.

      All eyes for Arsenal are on the Europa League, even their fans are saying it too.
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      Re: Arsenal FC
      Reply #1332: Apr 16, 2018 04:27:13 am
      Been utter dogshit in the league.

      All eyes for Arsenal are on the Europa League, even their fans are saying it too.
      Well, good luck to them for getting past against Athletico.  :lmao:
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      Re: Arsenal FC
      Reply #1333: Apr 20, 2018 10:07:29 am
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      Reply #1334: Apr 20, 2018 10:18:36 am
      Bad news. They could be come significant again if the right manager comes in.

      At the start of the season, I ever considered them a threat.
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      Re: Arsenal FC
      Reply #1335: Apr 20, 2018 10:38:53 am
      May be Fat Sam will try and sign him on a free?
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      Reply #1336: Apr 20, 2018 10:57:02 am
      Some of us have never known a time when Wenger wasn't the manager of Arsenal.

      Nonetheless I hope he gets the send off he deserves. I still believe he raised football in the Premier League to a level that helped English clubs become conquerors of Europe not least Man Utd who would never have risen to the levels required to win the treble in 1999 if it wasn't for Wenger relaying the foundations of English top flight football when Arsenal won the league in 1998. Indeed our own decision to appoint Houllier was in large part influenced by the massive changes seen at Arsenal, Gerard being similar to Arsene in that he hauled this club up to a higher standard than his immediate predecessors.

      We've had some great encounters with Arsenal over the years and it has always been the most entertaining of fixtures in that time (my personal favourite being Neil Mellor's last gasp stunner). Let's hope that doesn't change when he leaves.

      He'll be missed.
      « Last Edit: Apr 20, 2018 11:04:29 am by Frankly, Mr Shankly »
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      Reply #1337: Apr 20, 2018 11:27:37 am
      Some of us have never known a time when Wenger wasn't the manager of Arsenal.

      Nonetheless I hope he gets the send off he deserves. I still believe he raised football in the Premier League to a level that helped English clubs become conquerors of Europe not least Man Utd who would never have risen to the levels required to win the treble in 1999 if it wasn't for Wenger relaying the foundations of English top flight football when Arsenal won the league in 1998. Indeed our own decision to appoint Houllier was in large part influenced by the massive changes seen at Arsenal, Gerard being similar to Arsene in that he hauled this club up to a higher standard than his immediate predecessors.

      We've had some great encounters with Arsenal over the years and it has always been the most entertaining of fixtures in that time (my personal favourite being Neil Mellor's last gasp stunner). Let's hope that doesn't change when he leaves.

      He'll be missed.

      Nothing last forever.

      All the Best Mr. Wenger.

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      Reply #1338: Apr 20, 2018 11:28:16 am
      Played football the right way and a role model for many of the progressive managers now lighting up the EPL like Guardiola and Klopp.

      Will be remembered as a great.

      I wonder if Rafa would consider Arsenal.
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      Re: Arsenal FC
      Reply #1339: Apr 20, 2018 11:31:18 am
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      Reply #1340: Apr 20, 2018 11:34:13 am
      Was a great manager and a revolutionary in his own way.

      Well past his use by date though... all good things come to an end.
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      Reply #1341: Apr 20, 2018 11:47:34 am
      Played football the right way and a role model for many of the progressive managers now lighting up the EPL like Guardiola and Klopp.

      Will be remembered as a great.

      I wonder if Rafa would consider Arsenal.

      Definitely a step up for Rafa that would be, no disrespect to Newcastle  but our man is on a tightrope there with having to beg for finance.
      Would be an interesting appointment but realistically don't see it happening.
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      Reply #1342: Apr 20, 2018 11:59:48 am
      No doubt one of the all time great managers but probably should have walked away a few years ago. If England have another shocker in the summer it wouldn't surprise me if Wenger's their new manager come August.

      They have a bit of a messy squad at the moment do Arsenal but being a wealthy club in London means they won't have much difficulty tempting a good manager over there.
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      Re: Arsenal FC
      Reply #1343: Apr 20, 2018 12:25:10 pm
      Pardew would be ideal
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      Re: Arsenal FC
      Reply #1344: Apr 20, 2018 01:11:22 pm
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      Reply #1345: Apr 20, 2018 01:16:08 pm
      Would have liked him to stay, that club is spiralling downhill rapidly.

      Whoever takes over has a big job to do there, not a lot of quality in that team anymore.
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      Re: Arsenal FC
      Reply #1346: Apr 20, 2018 01:42:10 pm
      Rafa due a big club...
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      Re: Arsenal FC
      Reply #1347: Apr 20, 2018 02:00:00 pm
      So is Mourinho  :laugh:
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      Reply #1348: Apr 20, 2018 02:37:20 pm
      Have a feeling it will be Brendan.
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      Reply #1349: Apr 20, 2018 03:06:42 pm

      Indeed. Away from the emotion of the football field and his famous 'blind spots' away from the field he's been nothing but classy off it.

      As for who should replace him, tough one. There's not many out there who could handle the size and expectations of that club, not too dissimilar to what we've experienced and what Man Utd are arguably going through at the moment. To be honest the only name that pops up who I think would be great for them is Max Allegri. Would he leave Juventus though?

      The talk surrounding Brendan? I can't see it. I think a good couple years more at Celtic would do the world of good for him and he's still got a lot to prove in terms of organising defences and, as Jürgen has now shown with us, the fitness levels required to compete at the level Arsenal want to compete at. On the coaching side and the attacking side Brendan is absolutely superb and would suit Arsenal's ethos of developing youngsters and playing attractive football. But because he hasn't proved his managerial side in terms of defence and fitness (or at least relative to the elite managers) I can't see them going for him.
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