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by The Verminator (U8077213) 26 December 2007
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pompey were there 4 da taking but credit to them they played well but we didnt take out chances n didnt look gd until bendtner came on
still shouts for 4-4-2 abandoned by wenger

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posted Dec 27, 2007

i think this is how the top 6 will end:
1. Man Utd
2. Arsenal
3. Chelsea
4. Liverpool
5. Everton
6. Man City
It will be very close between Chelsea and Liverpool all season

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posted Dec 27, 2007

If one pays the salaries that Man Utd do and spend the vast sums of money that they do then anything other than the title and champions league will be a formidable failure. Arsenal played badly the day they drew with Man Utd, if we play well next April at OT we'll destroy Utd, we all know who the best team is ! Corporate Football Conglomerate Versus A football club.

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comment by Vindii (U10103717)

posted Dec 27, 2007

If the Arsenal fans think the chat is bad now, just wait until you lose against Everton!

But seriously, it's a season too soon for Arsenal. It always has been, even when you were top. If you buy well in summer then maybe I'll take your title challenge seriously next season.

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posted Dec 27, 2007

Manchester United to retain their title!

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posted Dec 27, 2007

The demise of MANU is immenient, and in that we shall all raise a glass.
i would like to know how you come to that conclusion that man utd are near enuff finished they have some talent and fergurson has some beautifully talented footballers coming through arsenal have a good 11 but thats it you dont have enuff match winners yea best passing team in the PL but wen it comes to plan b thats not in wengers vocab dont think he thinks about what if a team shuts us down arsenal need more players and more ideas and dimiension but gvie credit were credit is due they play lovely football but no plan b

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posted Dec 27, 2007

Did anyone notice how average Fabregas played for the last 2 games?

he hasnīt looked sharp since he came back from injury and to be fair he was aour main goalscoring threat from midfield.

like ronaldo for man utd, fabregas is key to arsenalīs success. i just hope he can get back to the form he was in at the start of the season.

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posted Dec 27, 2007

Beautiful, beautiful Pompey! Boring, boring Arsenal!

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posted Dec 27, 2007

Fabregas,Adebayor played uninspired football. Diop shut down Fab,Flamini and to an extent Rosicky(who was our best player). I believe the team has peaked and needs to be motivated going forward. Motivated by stiff competition will work to our favor. AW should bench Adebayor, Fabregas and 'lazy' Diaby for the next few games. Bring in Bendtner and Diarra immediately.

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posted Dec 28, 2007

Lets be clear Arsenal are one point AND six goals behind which effectively means 2points the way they are (not) scoring at the moment.

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posted Dec 29, 2007

Pompey were a so solid defensively but Arsenal struggle against teams who play negatively, we have to play 4-4-2 again and drop Eboue he is absolute rubbish , i was looking forward to him playing on the wing at the start of the season and i cant recall why. Bendtner deserves a start I think maybe Fabregas was rushed back from injury too fast and should be rested for todays game with Everton, Hleb needs to sort it out and start playing the way he was at the start of this season not as he was last season, as for people underestimating us, let them Arsenal love being ruled off look at the champions league run a couple of years ago - no one gave us a chance. Arsenal are going to bounce back after the Merseyside visit.

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