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Well played the lads. They silenced Bayern last night and almost almost knocked arguably the best team in europe right now, out of the CL. The first club to put two past Bayern in all competitions this season. Tutt....nevermind.
Let's hope the lads gain confidence from this. The defence played like a defence for a change. Koscielny was immense and IMO, the best defender at the club this season by a country mile.A real fighter.The midfield frustrated, at times the passing had me pulling my hair out. The attack really could, and should, have scored more.
Arsenal went out with more fight than ANY of the other Prem clubs, face it.
P.S. I happened upon a poll, being taken by 'The Sun' right now, asking if the Arsenal faithful still have faith in Wenger. Am happy to say, the answer is a resounding YES, 70/30.
"P.S. I happened upon a poll, being taken by my favourite newspaper, 'The Sun' right now, asking if the Arsenal faithful still have faith in Wenger. Am happy to say, the answer is a resounding YES, 70/30."
So Spurs supporters have been voting en masse, wishing Wenger another EIGHT YEARS!
Close only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades. I thought Jenkinson played a great match and hopefully will get the nod ahead of Sagna. I also hope that perhaps Fabianski has gained some maturity during his lengthy layoff and will get the nod ahead of Szcznesny. Neither keeper is very good but I think Szcznesny has been beaten from outside the box too often this season. When tested Fabianski had a far superior reaction time. This does not change the fact that neither one should be in goal.
The Bayern result means nothing if it doesn't lead to the confidence to beat Swansea.
- 1 Reply to Govinda
Even though this board is in its death throes it is MOST AMUSING to see pixie intent on acting a total C()NT till the end.
what on earth will you do with your life once this place goes down the pan pixie? Spend more time with your 'kids'?