Tottenham Hotspur Message Board
Well, well, well, look who turns up after Sweet posts for the first time in weeks, her own personal stalker!
Remember posting this, Kipper?
"I'm not here.........she's not here.....classic stalker traits!"
Explain that, STALKER!
LFCW, think after last night's debacle I'm going Szczesny too! lol gla
Kipper sent the email....Drummer said so......piglet has never lived in France...as you well know...
...and you're nothing but a sock puppet....a sad excuse...a last retort on a dead board....from a troll....
Wenger and the lads have come in for stick since their largely predicted fall from the perch of the Prem, and rightly so. The reasons as to why the demise has happened are much debated. The manager is clueless, the players have no heart, injuries, etc.
Liverpool on the other hand now sit atop the Prem. Rogers is the best thing since sliced bread, tactically astute, the team wonderful, the football great, the players of a better calibre than that at Arsenal.
However, ask the Pool players what is the reason behind their success and there has been much talk of the teams sports psychologist. A big interview appeared in The Daily Mail today with the guy. He has also been credited with being the force behind the English cycling success. The guy admits to not knowing a thing about playing football or riding a bike.
I have always thought Arsenals recant failings have been largely down to a lack of confidence. I believe their recent demise was more down to this, than any other reason. I believe Arsenal failed, because everyone expected them to fail. This team looked great earlier in the season, when content and confident, they out played Lpool, they were top of the Prem for many weeks.
Mourinho is a trained psychologist BTW, and look at the success he has enjoyed.
This Arsenal team are good enough to win the Prem.
They, and their fans, just need to believe it a little more.
Dig out the Mail interview. It's an interesting read.
"I don't think that requires much analysis."!!!!!
Thank God for that. We wont have to endure any negative reactions, or in depth b..llsh..t from slack mouthed supporters like The Bald Baptist then, will we????
I don't suppose for one minute he gives a 'flying' what you think anyway, regardless of the fact that The Everton result helped us remain in 4th place.......but then again, who gives a 'flying' ???? air head
I like Podolski, but, from what i recall he had a habit of disappearing. I agree that players need time to find form when coming back from an injury and i hope Podolski shines during the run in however Wenger was caught between whether leaving the guy on the pitch, even though he was ineffectual, or leaving him on, in the hope he became effective during the game.
Welbeck Suarez Aguero
Sterling Fernandinhio Erickson Barkley
Kompany Sakho Stones
Not sure on loris and barkley as latly they dont contribute to much...
I think City, Everton have let the pressure of title and fourth place finish respectively got to them and have now bottled it. Realistically, there's no way back for them. Either Chelsea or Liverpool will win the league, Chelsea are looking the most likely title winners imo. Everton were very lucky to beat Sunderland at the weekend and have a far more tougher run-in. I can't see them taking any points off the two Manchester sides who will both want to end the season as high as possible. Southampton away isn't an easy fixture to have at this time of the season, which is all good news for Arsenal.
S. Agüero(MAC) L. Suarez(LIV) (C) D. Ba(CHE)
Mile Jedinak(CRY) S. Ireland(STO) S. Gerrard(LIV) C. Eriksen(TOT)
Y. Kaboul(TOT) J. Ward(CRY) V. Kompany(MAC)
I don't recall him being too awful. He got injured and injured players need time to get back into the swing of things. I think for some reason Wenger has never completely taken to Podolski and this can happen. To me the "mistake" to avoid is to keep him if we are not comfortable playing him in every game (other than needed rest). He is a very good player who could command a nice transfer fee and is at a stage in his career where he should be starting. If Wenger doesn't rate him, which I think is the case, let's sell him and bring in a winger we have trust in. We need more width in our game and putting central midfielders out wide is not going to deliver that.
It is one thing to not play Gnarby who is young, and to hope he will get better but after 2 years at Arsenal and at Podolski's age he is not going to change too much.
Tell me this. Does the Everton result change what Arsenal have to do in their next game?
Now climb down before you get scared.
i would say there is a chance but it will take some really good choices... It looks like my squad is out of the rotoworld cup(had a great run).. so i can just mess around for the last few weeks.
Podolski was pretty awful whenever he appeared earlier in the season. I imagine that is why he wasn't given too much playing time.