Discussion in 'football' started by nuffsaid, Jun 22, 2017.
Oh jesus Arsenal, have we got eight months of this?
Probably, yes. Oh gawd...
Oh gawd. Arsenal to a tee - lots of attacking enterprise, some (intermittently) beautiful stuff - and ridiculous, schoolboy defending. Even after taking into account the absence of kosher, mert and mustafi, (and, umm, if he's good enough to be sub, why not start the man) that was simply dreadful at the back.
Hold on to your seats people, it's gonna be a rocky ride
Not much point, Keswick has a tiny number of shares, and has f- all power. Stan, Gazidis and Wenger are the only people who count
Might have to be #wengerout already
The goal keeper from Stoke is already my man of the match.
Europa League draw -
Group H: Arsenal, BATE Borisov, Cologne, Crvena Zvezda.
Had to google Bate Borisov, some air miles to be clocked up for sure.
Another 12 seasons of this and you’re fired, board warns Wenger
After recent results not sure whether any of these ties will be good
I was going to post that
Lets face it , its not the worst thrashing Arsenal have had is it?
Why did they change Sanchez' shirt number? It used be 17.
Arsenal: Arsene Wenger should leave the club, says former striker Ian Wright
That was, all things considered, the worst performance I have seen from any Arsenal team during the whole of Wenger's time.
The defending was simply shocking, ditto the midfield in their defensive duties.
They made mistakes that got hammered out of teams I played in when I was 15.
He's got to go - there's no way those problems can be fixed otherwise
Sterling possibly on way to Arsenal then?
Bet Raheem is shitting himself at the prospect of joining Arsenal.
I heard on the radio it's Aguero for sanchez.
David Squires on … Liverpool v Arsenal and Bilic on the brink
I'll just leave this here.
becoming persuaded of that myself. always been a great fan of wenger but it's not fair to anyone, including him - perhaps especially him, to let this continue.
echoes of gg's final season
Joking aside I really liked Wenger as a manager, he was always a decent sort.
i like him. which is what makes the current atrocious standard of play all the more lamentable. i want to see him do well, i know he can do well, i know he has the players to do well, i know he has done well in the past. there may be things going on behind the scenes of which we know nothing. but unless something changes in the results over the next few games then with very great regret i think he'll have to leave. it's not just the results, as Streathamite says it's the way there are 11 players on the pitch but no team.
He is a gent.
Just needs to move on for the club and also to leave with head held high.
and hopefully pockets full.
I think that goes without saying
He has deep pockets to fill
Another increased bid for Sanchez from City
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