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    (Original post by trrr)
    Meh, glorified pre season game.
    Still means more than beating Dortmund's C team.
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    (Original post by Lyrical Prodigy)
    I would give you a round of applause but that would mean your comment was worthy of one.
    Haha so funny
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    Worried that we will fail to strengthen either of the two obvious weak points in the team, DM and ST. No chance of winning the league until this happens.
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    (Original post by Jordooooom)
    Haha so funny
    Thanks man, thanks.
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    congrats pals.

    Hopefully you follow in David Moyes' successful footsteps now.
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    (Original post by Amphiprion)
    congrats pals.

    Hopefully you follow in David Moyes' successful footsteps now.
    Arsene has his mojo back, Moyes tbf, never had one!


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    (Original post by Amphiprion)
    congrats pals.

    Hopefully you follow in David Moyes' successful footsteps now.
    Thanks pal.

    Hopefully. We are on the verge of signing a £20 odd million midfielder, but I don't think we'll end up paying over his buyout clause. :moon:
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    Hate to say this but I think Ramsey doesn't like Sanogo. Notice how when Ramsey scored his goal he didn't thank or celebrate with Sanogo in fact Sanogo was leaning in to give him a pat on the back or a hug and Ramsey just sort of dodged him. Furthermore in our win against Benfica, in all 4 or Sanogo's goals Ramsey didn't even celebrate with him either, he sort of just assisted him for the goal then walked away. Just an observation any one else seen this or am I just over thinking it lol?
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    (Original post by Lyrical Prodigy)
    Hate to say this but I think Ramsey doesn't like Sanogo. Notice how when Ramsey scored his goal he didn't thank or celebrate with Sanogo in fact Sanogo was leaning in to give him a pat on the back or a hug and Ramsey just sort of dodged him. Furthermore in our win against Benfica, in all 4 or Sanogo's goals Ramsey didn't even celebrate with him either, he sort of just assisted him for the goal then walked away. Just an observation any one else seen this or am I just over thinking it lol?
    overthinking.

    i did notice that it only took alexis 30 mins to see how crap Sanogo is :rofl:

    he was constantly dribbling past people feeding him through balls to be in on goal, and then he was like **** it just doing 1-2 passes with him and going on to goal himself :rofl:
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    (Original post by Lyrical Prodigy)
    Hate to say this but I think Ramsey doesn't like Sanogo. Notice how when Ramsey scored his goal he didn't thank or celebrate with Sanogo in fact Sanogo was leaning in to give him a pat on the back or a hug and Ramsey just sort of dodged him. Furthermore in our win against Benfica, in all 4 or Sanogo's goals Ramsey didn't even celebrate with him either, he sort of just assisted him for the goal then walked away. Just an observation any one else seen this or am I just over thinking it lol?

    Nah he did the same in the cup final it has nothing to do with Sanogo
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    nah I see what Lyrical Prodigy is saying

    and i don't think anyone in our squad really likes sanogo,
    you can tell by the body language from our players

    u chaps can't read body language?

    u not been doing the education
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    (Original post by Thugnificent.)
    nah I see what Lyrical Prodigy is saying

    and i don't think anyone in our squad really likes sanogo,
    you can tell by the body language from our players

    u chaps can't read body language?

    u not been doing the education
    Why though? He's just a young & fresh French guy tryna do his thing. Comes across as humble as ****
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    (Original post by Thugnificent.)

    u not been doing the education
    :rofl:

    uaintgotdaanswers
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    i thought they liked him tbf.

    after the fa cup in the dressing room when they started off the yaya chant and got him involved and ****
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    Sanogo may just not be the social type? He is always quiet and isn't messing around/joking with others like Giroud. I just don't think he has joined the 'Arsenal clique' that people like Chambers and Campbell have. Debuchy is currently in the transition, as you can see he has made some strong friends (mostly french) but doesn't join in celebrations etc

    I think Alexis didn't pass to Sanogo much because he was constantly offside this game, and Alexis didn't have an opportunity for a good through ball (like Sanogo did for him).

    Let's be honest, this City team will never be seen again, they really had to scrape the bottom of the barrel to bring on people like Sinclair. Hope we keep this momentum up but this game doesn't prove much. One thing I do think will happen is that Chambers is converted to CDM so that he can play a triangle with Mert/Kosc, as he has the pace and passing quality to really fill that role. Him and Debuchy just ran the show today.
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    sanogo was ****in about constantly when we won the f.a cup, man was interview bombing everyone.
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    leave him alone guys.

    he's the striker Arsenal deserves, but not the one it needs right now. Because he's not our striker. He's a silent assister. A watchful protector. A dark striker.
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    I would like to offer my congratulations to Arsenal Football Club on winning the Community Shield. A thoroughly dominant and deserving victory. Certain title contenders.
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    (Original post by Eboracum)
    I would like to offer my congratulations to Arsenal Football Club on winning the Community Shield. A thoroughly dominant and deserving victory. Certain title contenders.
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