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Arsenal v Chelsea Judgement Sunday!

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by U9107442 - banned (U9107442) 12 December 2007
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After my boys battered Valencia yesterday and failed to score thanks to help from GREAT divine intervention and the brilliance of Canizares, I am convinced that Cudicini must be sold and replaced by Canizares in January '08.


The guy was brilliant, made some absolutely wonderful world class saves and was just superb. Obviously hitting the post and bar 3 times is just the sort of luck Valencia needed and they got it


So minus Drogba, my boys created and could have scored 15 goals and won 15-0 but alas it was not to be.


So my point is I am thankful that all our bad luck has been wrapped up into one game, one meaningless game! We cant possibly have this same bad luck at the Emirates on Sunday


So I ask my boys to play the same game at Emirates on Sunday and no doubt they should win 0-3 (joe cole, lampard, sheva)


You have to admit, my boys were just SUPERB last night, TRULY AMAZING & THE NEXT PREMIERSHIP/ CL CHAMPIONS perhaps??


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As always WUMs await my fully charged Wumerlaser!

Thank you!

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posted Dec 16, 2007

MY PREDICTION

ARSENAL 2-1 CHELSEA
Van Persie will definitely get on the scoresheet and I would love it if Theo Walcott
also scores, what i confident boost that will give him.

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posted Dec 16, 2007

Forget about Drogba and Essien. Against Valencia we played great football even without Drogba.

Sheva is a different type of striker than Drogba but that being said, I think a Chelsea team without Drogba is more dangerous than with Drogba because now you have to find other solutions than just the most commen, play the ball to Drogba. Now we can use the flanks better, the midtfielders have to take more chances from the distance and more responsibility.

0-2 win for Chelsea. Sheva and Lamps.

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Are we to assume that Drogba wouldn't be in your favoured Chelsea starting 11???

No, didn't think so <doh>

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posted Dec 16, 2007

On the strength of todays potential line up and assuming (rather inaccurately for a moment that both sides play to their maximum footballing potential)...I am confident of an Arsenal win.

My main concerns are in midfield without the power and creativity of Flamini and Cesc. Diarra and Gilberto are a poor 2nd place and Denilson lacks the experience. Having said that AW will leave it to the last minute to name the squad.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/eng_prem/7134171.stm

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posted Dec 16, 2007

So minus Drogba, my boys created and could have scored 15 goals and won 15-0
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The match stats tell a different story .....

CHELSEA - VALENCIA

Possession 53% - 47%

Shots on target 7 - 1

Shots off target 6 - 3


Question:
Are you on some Weird and Wonderful Planet
or some Weird and Wonderful Chemical ? :-D

Either way, you really need to get off it . <ok>

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posted Dec 16, 2007

Arsenal and Chelsea match is going to be a tough one. But Arsenal will eventually win the game by 2-1.

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posted Dec 16, 2007

This game is gunna be tight, but i think its gunna be arsenalz day, chelsea without drogba ballack and dat otha guy are weak... arsenal with fabregas v.persie and helb are much stronger team.

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posted Dec 16, 2007

ARSENAL 2-1 CHELSEA

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posted Dec 16, 2007

I'd prefer a Chelsea win

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