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    The Nou Camp match is going to be the toughest game we'll ever have to play. No doubt about it. But we've got a fighting chance. And as Arshavin says, if you don't believe, what's the point?
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    Got this from the other thread.

    http://arsenalanalysis.blogspot.com/...on-his-t.html?
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    Arsenal just need to score goals in the next leg, it doesn't matter how many Barc score so long as its no more than 1 more goals than we score. 2-3, 3-4, or even 4-5 to Barcelona still means we go through. Barcelona are in a tricky position because they know they need to score but they also realise the danger of conceding goals. Barcelona need to sustain a strong attack and defence. Arsenal just need to get goals in.
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    If Wilshere continues to impress in the big games, I can see him being a 1st team player in the 2014 World Cup for England.
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    (Original post by Dan1607)
    Arsenal just need to score goals in the next leg, it doesn't matter how many Barc score so long as its no more than 1 more goals than we score. 2-3, 3-4, or even 4-5 to Barcelona still means we go through. Barcelona are in a tricky position because they know they need to score but they also realise the danger of conceding goals. Barcelona need to sustain a strong attack and defence. Arsenal just need to get goals in.
    You do realise that Barcelona will have even more possession of the ball at Nou Camp and so predicting Arsenal to score more than 1 is unlikely(I could be proven wrong though). They just need to score 1 goal and then keep the ball, so it is Arsenal who needs to be carefully; should they lay back and invite pressure or get their own goal?
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    (Original post by jit987)
    If Wilshere continues to impress in the big games, I can see him being a 1st team player in the 2014 World Cup.
    England aren't exactly blessed with (m)any people to challenege that slot in 2014. I'd be shocked if he isn't even a 1st team member in the next year really. :yep:
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    (Original post by jit987)
    You do realise that Barcelona will have even more possession of the ball at Nou Camp and so predicting Arsenal to score more than 1 is unlikely(I could be proven wrong though). They just need to score 1 goal and then keep the ball, so it is Arsenal who needs to be carefully; should they lay back and invite pressure or get their own goal?

    Well said mate i just can see Arsenal defending the way like Inter did last year :eek:
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    (Original post by R-KAM)
    England aren't exactly blessed with (m)any people to challenege that slot in 2014. I'd be shocked if he isn't even a 1st team member in the next year really. :yep:
    Possibly EURO 2012
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    Jack Wilshire clearly demonstrated to me last night that he is a fine player with bags of potential. However one thing that frustrates me is his run ins with the police. A couple of times he has been in trouble over assaults in clubs and was allegedly exposed as a love rat etc. I know that a players personal life and football career are two different things however I find it very disappointing.
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    Wasn't Wilshere acting as peacemaker during fights when he had run ins with the police?
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    (Original post by ZizAli)
    Jack Wilshire clearly demonstrated to me last night that he is a fine player with bags of potential. However one thing that frustrates me is his run ins with the police. A couple of times he has been in trouble over assaults in clubs and was allegedly exposed as a love rat etc. I know that a players personal life and football career are two different things however I find it very disappointing.
    From what I recall it has only been one incident, and even the police said that he was the "peacemaker" in the incident, and that they'd just brought him in to ask him some questions. Total non-issue tbh.
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    ZizAli has to moan about something :fyi:
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    (Original post by ZizAli)
    Jack Wilshire clearly demonstrated to me last night that he is a fine player with bags of potential. However one thing that frustrates me is his run ins with the police. A couple of times he has been in trouble over assaults in clubs and was allegedly exposed as a love rat etc. I know that a players personal life and football career are two different things however I find it very disappointing.
    A couple- wan't that just the one time where he was acting as a peacemaker. And the love rat story was probably a load of bull.
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    (Original post by ZizAli)
    Jack Wilshire clearly demonstrated to me last night that he is a fine player with bags of potential. However one thing that frustrates me is his run ins with the police. A couple of times he has been in trouble over assaults in clubs and was allegedly exposed as a love rat etc. I know that a players personal life and football career are two different things however I find it very disappointing.
    :toofunny:

    A 19 year old who has been at the club since he was 9 was the most impressive midfielder on a pitch containing Xavi and Iniesta...but you ingeniously found a way to dig up some irrelevant rubbish to conclude you are very disappointed with him. Kudos. Full marks for creativity and desperation.
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    (Original post by R-KAM)
    ZizAli has to moan about something :fyi:
    This tbh.
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    (Original post by Overmars)
    :toofunny:

    A 19 year old who has been at the club since he was 9 was the most impressive midfielder on a pitch containing Xavi and Iniesta...but you ingeniously found a way to dig up some irrelevant rubbish to conclude you are very disappointed with him. Kudos. Full marks for creativity and desperation.
    He was also cleared of everything, he was a witness (and friend) to the guy charged with assault. He does need better friends though
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    How could a 19 year old be exposed as a love rat anyway? I don't know if he's got a girlfriend, but if he doesn't. Would that not just make him like every other 19 year old in the country? :holmes:
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    Love rat? oh god not another Wayne Rooney..

    he might have a bit of Carrol in him and punch her in the face after.
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    (Original post by newlife)
    Love rat? oh god not another Wayne Rooney..

    he might have a bit of Carrol in him and punch her in the face after.
    The above is the first time I'd heard of the love rat story tbf
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    Forgive me for expecting good behaviour from processionals many youngsters will idolise. There was the peacemaker incident, the cabbie bust up and the sleeping with the lap dancer while being in a relationship with his girlfriend of 3 years. Also I have a few friends who know some of the Arsenal youngsters including Jack who have told me a few stories as well as recordings on their phones. Wilshire is no angel but that frustrates me, he looks shy, innocent and humble with immense ability. I want him to grow to be a character like Xavi but this blip in his personal life I personally find irritating. I know most people don't give a monkeys what a player does in his personal life so long as they play well but I'm not like that.
 
 
 
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