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  • FABONGRASS FABONGRASS Feb 27, 2013 12:21 Flag

    Come on the Arsenal!

    It's upon us. Derby day draws ever closer and no doubt you sorry lot are feeling more confident of a win this time around (more so than in many a year?). Whilst it's true that the MIGHTY Arsenal have banged in no less than TEN goals in the last two Prem meetings, Spurs are certainly looking the favourites today. Arsenals confidence is SHATTERED. Spurs is SKY HIGH. Derby day promises to be a real humdinger!

    Will Gareth ( i modelled for Beano) Bale do the business for you yet again? Will Lennon give you cause to once again argue he is 'better than Walcott'? Will Wenger punch AVB full in the face? Will Dexter amazingly utter his first word 'GOOOOOONERS' to the astonishment of dad Joe? Will the annual St Totteringhams bash be cancelled this season?? Will Bale be Arsenals big signing of the summer???

    All will be revealed Yidsters. NONE can be discounted.

    Fab is already chomping on his nails.

    7 points clear would be a f*cking nightmare.

    Much love.

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    • Scary game eh Fab?
      Up until Jol, I never expected anything out of the 'top 4', but that has slowly changed over the past 4 or 5 seasons. A belief is SLOWLY growing. The record is becoming more consistent.

      I would have felt less confident had the WH game gone against us, as I think the incentive of going above us would have driven your lot more. And for some reason, I feel less confident than last season anyway, even though AVB has presided over a couple of good results, I'm not sure we have the overall quality/performance levels yet to completely stuff you.

      But your lot have had a patchy season 'performance wise' as well, so I think it will come down to one or two players on either side being fired up (not overly fired up and getting sent off though) and dragging the rest along with them screaming.

      If we contain your midfield, then I think we have enough in Ade/Bale/Lemmon/Holtby to just nick it.

      Another interesting team selection problem for AVB. Does he go to stifle your midfield, or simply try to overrun you? I think he'll err on the cautious side.

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      • I think your strike force will definately be told to test the resolve of the shaky Arsenal defence. Adebayor can be fantastic, when he can be bothered, which, as i'm sure you lot are beginning to realise, isn't that often.
        The midfield battle is going to be epic. Hopefully a great advert for the Prem, for London and for football in general. I hope the officials manage to not ruin the game.
        The atmosphere will be electric and i wish i wish i had a ticket (as i always do derby day). I hope my lot can raise their game and show what they are capable of. I happen to think Arsenal have a great squad today, just low on confidence and only now getting to really know how each other play. A lot of new players have been brought in over the last three windows.
        Above all i hope the lads do the club and Wenger proud and begin to silence those who knock our GREAT manager.
        AVB looks the part to me BTW. I think he will become a memorable Spurs manager if given time and the backing every manager deserves IMO. Better off at Spurs than Chelski that's for sure. It takes a while to really put your own stamp on a team IMO. I wouldn't judge too harshly the guys first season, wherever he happens to finish, just as i don't really judge players in their first season.

        Patience is a rare virtue where football is concerned though.

        I predict a Spurs rout at the lane and 7 points clear come the final whistle.