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Depending on Nasri's commitment I think there's more to lose on wednesday than City's offer, plus the fact that he plays for us this year and not them. So, I think with this line-up we can do the business.
Jenkinson (weak link)
Djourou (AW hints he's fit)
Wilshere (he'll risk him if 80%)
God help us if we don't go through - it's the priority above all because of income and the ability to attract the players we need.
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If we don't play Nasri then we stand to lose more than £25m by not qualifying and not being able to attract quality players before the window closes. And with Wilshere now not travelling the options are getting fewer and fewer.
What if Nasri plays, we qualify, we buy Merteseker, Baines, Sweinsteiger, Benzema, Hazard, and make decent attempts on the ECL & EPL thrashing Citeh 4-0 away, maybe nasri will stay? Always look on the bright side . . . . . . .
doesn't seem like the worst line up in the world... and Gervinho is available..... without all the bad press & captain going this summer, this line up would be odds on to defend a 1-0 lead.....
faith is hard to come by these days at Arsenal....
I believe we will go through! It is worth noting that arsenal is not all that of a bad team. We will not be relegated. We are not a mid table team either. We only get problems when it comes the time to separate the boys from the men. After the pacesetters have retired. Even if nasri does not start there is gerv. What will happen before the transfer window closes will be very very important. Will we get am experienced defender? A fab replacement? Will theo move central and have rvp wide or behind him.? Nobody knows. Rvp is over all good but he does allot of nothing with the ball. Mayb joel will do something. Mayb mayb.