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I watched the game, John, and they outplayed you more than an extra day of rest would suggest.
When players aren't playing they are training 4-6 hours a day, so one day should make no difference.
Even Wenger was nervous.
I see Rikk is now saying someone he knows in America has accessed his e-mail.
Well Sweet. Either that is your answer, or Rikk is using a smoke screen to cover his actions.
Either way, take them to the Police or shut up about them!
I'm bored with your tedious nature now.
I don't think they made us look ordinary at all. We were tired. Napoli had played on Dec 2nd & 7th. We had played on Dec 4th & 8th. It is no surprise that we should be the more tired of the two teams. We had less time to rest in between games and the Italian league is slower and less physical than the Prem.
"Had they scored again, Arsenal would have been out" This is absolutely true. Thankfully all here would have been pleased that wasn't the case.
"When Mikel Arteta was sent off in the 77th minute, shortly after Gonzalo Higuaín had put Napoli 1-0 up, that worst-case scenario came into view, as a three-goal defeat would have put Arsenal out of the competition.
"When we were down to ten men and 1-0 down, then doubt crept in a little bit," said Wenger. "It was a difficult moment. "We concentrated, but we were a bit in between – 'Do we attack or do we defend?' It is always difficult to cope with that problem. In the second-half, our legs went a bit and Napoli were sharper."
"Arsène Wenger admitted to "regret" and a moment of "doubt" after Arsenal's 2-0 Champions League defeat at Napoli, which has raised the prospect of a nightmarish tie in the last 16. Arsenal qualified only as Group F runners-up and they will now face either Real Madrid, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Atlético Madrid or Paris St-Germain.
The manager, though, hopes fortune will finally smile on his club when Europe's best teams go into the draw in Switzerland on Monday. Arsenal have drawn Bayern, Milan and Barcelona at the first knockout stage in the past three seasons and lost each time."
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Now, who do we know on here who's a yank?
Another insightful football post from the midget, keep it up, there's still a couple of true Arsenal supporters left to fluck this forum up for.
Time to separate the men from the boys, and let's see some of the players who've done a lot of talking (or shall I say complaining) step up, now that their chances will come. I'd expect to see Alberto, who I've been screaming for, and slowly been adding in minutes of late, getting a real run, and I think we could see something special with him/Coutinho/Suarez.. Aspas, will now get a chance again being fit, and having been yapping, before he finds himself on loan to Valencia.
As for midfield, statistics, and last week (most of the season, this and last), show when Jordan plays a central figure, he becomes an engine, a master of nothing, but outstanding at many things. Lucas having been dropped (FINALLY) the last 2 matches, has seen our best midfield performances of the season, Allen was a bulldog, and a passing machine in his stead. Lucas will come back in, but have 1 very simple role, and who knows, maybe he doesn't, and Jordan/Allen sit at the back of the triangle, and Alberto heads it up, with Coutinho and Sterling wide.
Kelly, looked fit and hungry, and I wouldn't be stunned to see him start at RB with Glenda shifting left, because while Flanny has been solid, he offers very little going forward, and Cissokho, is obviously just collecting a paycheck. S A S - Skrtel and Sakho, were very physical and commanding vs WHU, and while Spuds on paper or per paycheck, look fast and pretty, have shown nothing but dour, daft footy, BUT have a very physical side, and it's screaming Vertoghen, Paulino, Dawson etc., nicking something from Corners, which is why I'd leave S A S together in favor of Agger.
BUT, regardless of Gerrard, we have everything else with Coutinho / Suarez /Sterling's form, to push AVB's defensive mind to the limit. He will start 3 CDM's, so we could very well, outskill them, which isn't something I've thought in years for this fixture.. At least, it's how I think BR and AVB are planning, respectively..
if u go through privious posts on here u might fing some codes and passwords.........to change ur team remove a player by clicking on "x" do that for all ur players then choose ur players
You've not only answered on the wrong board Kipper....I replied to you on the Man U board...do you remember now...?
...but you've started starting threads for me....that was the start of you killing the other forum...do you remember....?...are you getting a little fuzzy in the time, space and reality region?
...it's laughable that you can't remember who you are or where you are....or which thread you're on...still...that was ever your way...
....."incite full" ..typo...spelling mistake ...or your true colours....:)
I think it's a "little suss" that you claim to know everything about me Kipper...and everyone else...
...having only "found" this place on 27th November 2013....
...which your post history says is another lie...
..."Kipper Eddy Ever Ready Steady Teddy Lenny"...I could go on...
This statement Kipper...
" Entire Manchester United squad accused of match fixing.
Yes, the entire squad has taken bungs LOSE matches!"
Jacob. I hear he enjoys a good spanking! lol
Orangutan! Spanking! Spanking The Monkey! lol (Is it a Monkey, or a Gorilla. Is a Monkey different to a Gorilla or is a Gorilla a large Monkey)?
- Reply to OINK OINK! Dec 11, 2013 19:19
Mr OINK OINK!
" so I'll just take it that you're completely ignorant of the geographical layout of Africa"
....and I'll just take it that you're completely ignorant....