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  1. 4 points
    Been listening a lot to this old gem of an album. Wonderful grooves snd moods.
  2. 4 points
    Fulham unbeaten in 22 games. That is rediculous. Really do not want us going up against them in the playoffs. Even Millwall went 17 unbeaten before tonight. These are the sorts of runs that teams need to go on to get promoted. We haven’t quite achieved this, so maybe playoffs is about right for us this time around.
  3. 4 points
    Condolences to Arsene's family on his sudden passing...oh he hasn't died, he will just be leaving his job. You could be forgiven for thinking the former had happened given the completely OTT media coverage today; interviews with former and current players praising how 'he changed the game', reporters stationed outside the ground talking to fans about their emotions, and i'm pretty sure it was the lead story on the 6 o'clock news FFS. A ridiculous reaction to a long overdue event.
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    Very very true.. but knowing Bruce even if we got Salah, he would have numerous crosses into the box & after half a season we would have a similar Hogan thread & many would agree he’s waste of money & should get rid....
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    In his first ten years Wenger revolutionised not only Arsenal but English football. His transfers were usually spot on (Petit, Vieira, Overmars, Pires, Ljungberg, Henry, Fabregas, etc) and they were a joy to watch. The titanic battles with SAF's Man Utd were brilliant. Vieira v Keane - you don't see passion like that in today's insipid game. However it is a shame a lot of people will remember the last few years - his spineless teams and poor judgement on players. I'm not sure what happened. Arsenal were never bad but never really very good again. They've not been same since they left Highbury. They lost something when they moved to the Emirates, and so did Wenger. I'm old enough to recall his early days and that is how i'll remember Wenger: A visionary of the era.
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    No probs. Good to see our manager rates Grealish so highly and for anyone to take Grealish off us next season they will have to pay through the nose to get him.
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    Gotta assume they're innocent then, thank goodness we didn't execute them.
  9. 2 points
    After last night I hope they do qualify.
  10. 2 points
    He's won 3 of the last 4 FA Cups!
  11. 2 points
    Well, not really. A better comparison would be we get Grealish. That’d be comparing two players who have both been at their Clubs since a young age.
  12. 2 points
    @TRO I've changed my mind, would rather not play Fulham Yes i'm fickle
  13. 2 points
    Terry has been priceless. From the first friendly appearance through the whole campaign...it’s not been error free football wise but - to pinch a phrase from a few posts earlier - his character has been that of 3 men. Single most important bit of business at any level in the Club would be keeping him, in whatever role, next season. We are nowhere near out of the woods yet as regards being a ‘ soft’ side....things are much better, but take Terry ( and Snodgrass) out and we are still very short on the type of spirit and attitude they bring.
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    But we have a 138 page thread about Sunderland
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    This is it, nobody knows for sure. If they did it wouldn’t work. Just have to make personal judgement. If you’re selling for a profit then you’ve won, yes it could go higher but it could also go lower.
  18. 1 point
    Well you’re gonna be disappointed then because the Luke thing is very true.
  19. 1 point
    Imo Had we had more players who were comfortable on the ball and could go past players like Jack.....I think we would be in the top 2 now. No, I would say hang on to Jack for as long as we can.
  20. 1 point
    As long as we score "fore" in every game we play wearing it I will be happy as long as we also get a decent wedge for wearing those shirts.
  21. 1 point
    Get him back in for pre season and we can have a proper look at him.
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    As will Blues, as will Baggies. They moan Villa fans are arrogant but then they all make us feel like the most important club in the world.
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    That's absolute nonsense even before that happened wolves fans were all "mind the gap villa" dont know what your fans have against us. I think its more the fact we have finished above you for the last twenty years and for the first time you have finished above us the envy has taken over. The reality is we don't actually care about wolves
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    I think you're partly right here. The "problem" is that Jedinak has only ever been OK at centre back. Never great, never bad, very much middle of the road - which is absolutely fine, it's not his best position. However, when your last game at centre back is as terrible as his was against Sheff Utd plus you've never excelled in the position, people are naturally more wary of you playing that position again. Cardiff suited him down to a tee. He loves a battle and is great in the air - Cardiff love a battle and are great in the air. Worked a charm.

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