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    (Original post by al_94)
    If you look at this and think there's not something seriously wrong with the club and Wenger you must be either brainwashed or just stupid.
    Could you not put out stats like that in public
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    (Original post by AR_95)
    The loss is all down to Wenger tbh and that's because of the last window. Shocking that we're using Bellerin at RB ( who is gob****e) and shocking we didn't buy a CDM after crying out for one. Also a ****ing joke we didn't buy a striker until Giroud received a 3 month injury. Our current weaknesses are all exposed by our lack of signings it's ****ing ridiculous.


    It's not improving next year with Wenger either. We'll probably sign another CAM and 14 year old right back.
    I'd argue you need to sign a similar number of players to us. Arsenal need a RB, CB, DM (possibly two) & ST.
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    (Original post by Lyrical Prodigy)
    Give us one sharing's caring.
    Feels like Valdes is being overrated at this point, he may have history but nobody even knows if he's worth a dime atm. Personally I get the feeling he isn't.
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    (Original post by Adam171014)
    "It's difficult to understand" - that explains the last 10 years.
    Is that what AW said?!

    Is he sick?

    It's so clear what the problem is, HIM!




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    (Original post by sr90)
    I'd argue you need to sign a similar number of players to us. Arsenal need a RB, CB, DM (possibly two) & ST.

    We don't need an RB we've got 4

    CB, 2 CM/DM's and a striker. Possibly another midfielder too with Cazorla over the hill soon
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    So for the 4th season in a row we need to score 3 away goals to progress. What a ****ing joke.


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    (Original post by So Instinct)
    Feels like Valdes is being overrated at this point, he may have history but nobody even knows if he's worth a dime atm. Personally I get the feeling he isn't.
    We got him for free, so if he plays bad then its not like we lose money but the opposite if he recovers some of his previous form.
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    (Original post by Kenan and Kel)
    Lol stop, you were ****e
    Was I denying that? We were awful, and they were great, it's not a mutually exclusive concept.

    (Original post by shawn_o1)
    At this rate everyone knows how to figure out Arsenal. Dulwich Hamlet are even seeking that opportunity to knock them out in the FA Cup
    Everyone already knew. Play defensively, frustrate us, be physical, hit on counter. Simple.

    (Original post by So Instinct)
    Their tactics weren't exactly a surprise though, everyone and their dog knew what they would try and do so it shouldn't have been allowed to be "the perfect game". Side note, as much as I love Henry as a personality his analysis leaves more to be desired. Over hyped by Sky.
    Not a surprise, but they executed it well (as they always do). We could have come away with a draw if things went in our favour, but they didn't. So we lost. It's football, it happens. Henry is a nice guy and probably the most intelligent pundit, but he often finds it hard to express his thoughts well.
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    (Original post by AR_95)
    We don't need an RB we've 4

    CB, 2 CM/DM's and a striker. Possibly another midfielder too with Cazorla over the hill soon
    Don't forget the most important part, a new manager.


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    (Original post by Lyrical Prodigy)
    Could you not put out stats like that in public
    It has to be shown we have been smashed 6 seasons in a row in the CL can't even get past the QF and people think our club is not a failure. Mourinho was 100% right about Wenger how can this not be failure?
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    (Original post by Peggles_*)
    Don't forget the most important part, a new manager.


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    Point I should have made was Wenger has left it too much of a job for the new manager.
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    (Original post by Rk2k14)
    We got him for free, so if he plays bad then its not like we lose money but the opposite if he recovers some of his previous form.
    I don't deny any of that. He's still being overrated at this point though imo.
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    Serious question;

    Do we have any genuine wingers? Because tonight, it felt like we had none.


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    They planned to sit back, absorb pressure, and hit us on the counter. It worked perfectly. No team in the world can go to the Emirates and expect to have no efforts against them, so Monaco were relying on us messing up, and we did. We then ran about like headless chickens, took off our defensively minded midfielder, and pushed our defenders up, which helped them even more.

    Hide away? Don't try to be arrogant, most fans expected us to walk all over Monaco, because most fans are clueless and think "French and not PSG? Must be easy." They are a good team, who stuck to a strategy, and came away victors.
    so their game plan relyed on us missing clear chances? - and thats your arguement for them playing well???

    lol. honestly, I am not suprised - not the first time youve tried to be the hyper respectfull nice-guy fan who always gives respect and credit to the other team..

    Reminds me of that kid in school who would loose a game to the bigger kids and then kiss their ass afterwards saying 'oh you guys played great, really, what a game.. never seen anything like that.. I really did not stand a chance did I? oh my god, you lot were good....... please like me.'

    Monaco looked good tonight because they were playing a team who were performing utterly terrible.

    That does not mean they played well though - just that their average play, was significantly better then arsenals awful play.

    for the small moments when we played anywhere close to our potential, we carved through them, and created chances that under any decent form would have finished.

    I am fully ok with admiting when we get destroyed by a team playing well.. but equally I am not prepared to praise a team when they beat us by playing averagly, and us playing terribly.. because that second scenario is far worse for the club, and sometihng we should acknowledge, and really try and improve upon.
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    (Original post by Peggles_*)
    Serious question;

    Do we have any genuine wingers? Because tonight, it felt like we had none.


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    loved it when wenger put on walcott, and our front line up was 3 wide players who all want to play centrally..
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    (Original post by So Instinct)
    I don't deny any of that. He's still being overrated at this point though imo.
    Can see where you're coming from. His history is pretty amazing, so despite him not playing any games, he has been rated highly due to that.
    Lets hope he comes good. Could teach De Gea some valuable things before he's off to Madrid.
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    We need to make a team of Alexis Sanchez's work ethic, I felt so sorry for him today...

    Walcott, Arteta, Flamini need to go!

    Giroud should be benched, We should go get whatever striker who can score 30 goals a season + a dynamic DM I think Kondogbia would be perfect to give coquelin competition.
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    (Original post by fallen_acorns)
    so their game plan relyed on us missing clear chances? - and thats your arguement for them playing well???

    lol. honestly, I am not suprised - not the first time youve tried to be the hyper respectfull nice-guy fan who always gives respect and credit to the other team..

    Reminds me of that kid in school who would loose a game to the bigger kids and then kiss their ass afterwards saying 'oh you guys played great, really, what a game.. never seen anything like that.. I really did not stand a chance did I? oh my god, you lot were good....... please like me.'

    Monaco looked good tonight because they were playing a team who were performing utterly terrible.

    That does not mean they played well though - just that their average play, was significantly better then arsenals awful play.

    for the small moments when we played anywhere close to our potential, we carved through them, and created chances that under any decent form would have finished.

    I am fully ok with admiting when we get destroyed by a team playing well.. but equally I am not prepared to praise a team when they beat us by playing averagly, and us playing terribly.. because that second scenario is far worse for the club, and sometihng we should acknowledge, and really try and improve upon.


    Yeah I agree with Acorns tbh although I wouldn't have put it as harshly haha. Monaco were dreadful tonight, hardly looked interested in the game and probably would have settled with 0-0. We threw the game away.
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    (Original post by The Shed End)
    How could you tell?

    Don't worry though guys, it's not winning the Champions League that counts, it's qualifying right?
    Inb4 Luiz scores a 40 yard worldie freekick to win a scrappy 1-0
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    It's these times where you appreciate the fact that your secondary school days are long behind you.

    Feel it for all the little Arsenal kids and teenagers walking into school tomorrow, their all gonna get absolutely ripped. Run kid, run.
 
 
 
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