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    (Original post by 419)
    Yeah, really glad Brady's staying on, I think we can afford for him to. Been thinking as well, what'll happen when Arsene leaves. I'd like him to stay on in some sort of capacity but, once things start going on, the cameras will be panning for him and questioning the burden of his shadow. Would it be wise if he stayed on?

    Bony's won me over as well. But if we signed him, Sanogo would also need to step up his game.
    I think the burden will be there regardless but i'm sure he will be scapegoated if we get a run of bad results. I don't want him too involved with the stem of the club but he's an iconic figure from top to bottom of Arsenal so to have him vanish completely would certainly scream a need for some stability.

    Sanogo should go on loan with but with Bendtner leaving that won't happen unless we bring in 2 strikers really. I've warmed to Sanogo and i think he's actually unlucky not to bag a few goals this season.
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    Can the mods block user from a thread, this jam guy is just simply annoying, waste a thread space. If you want to sell murinho propaganda, do it on the chelsea thread, you'll get more followers there instead of looking for argument in here.
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    Goal.com are a ******* Joke. I wish I was a sports journalist, being paid to crap like this: http://www.goal.com/en-gb/news/3774/...e-with-mystery
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    They are payed to spout ****. I don't think they credit their own writing let alone expect us to.


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    (Original post by Kim-Jong-Illest)

    Sanogo should go on loan with but with Bendtner leaving that won't happen unless we bring in 2 strikers really. I've warmed to Sanogo and i think he's actually unlucky not to bag a few goals this season.
    Sanogo has a lot of potential and I definitely see a game changer in him. When he came on in the 61st minute, the game changed; hulls defence went mad and he helped create space for the midfielders to get shots in. Within 10 minutes of his arrival, Arsenal had equalised and I think that's a lot due to him.

    Generally speaking, he isn't an "Arsenal type" player, you wouldn't think he'd fit in at Arsenal yet somehow it works, he provides that balance and although he's still young and raw at the moment (watching him mess up chances and be awkward with the ball can be frustrating), I have a feeling that, with given time, he'll be great for us.

    Sanogo can definitely get a lot of goals next season given if Wenger utilizes him correctively.
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    (Original post by Setsuna)
    Can the mods block user from a thread, this jam guy is just simply annoying, waste a thread space. If you want to sell murinho propaganda, do it on the chelsea thread, you'll get more followers there instead of looking for argument in here.
    Ignore button, use it. Not like you make posts that are really worth me looking at anyway, this has probably been your most interesting post.
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    (Original post by Gob Bluth)
    Not enough of an upgrade on Giroud imo. He hasn't consistently shown enough for me at Swansea, despite him having a great season in general. He is not the player Arsenal need to be buying especially when it will be at least £12m. It's like this Michu hype from last year, really good players but for a CL side they aren't good enough to be starters.
    For his 1st season in England to adapt like this is great, for £12m id say he's worth more than a punt. Definitely a threat if he can get the ball in area, which will hopefully happen a lot with Ozil/Cazorla etc putting the ball to his feet. Worry would be that he would be relied on too much though, as you say he isn't the most consistent, would like him to be rotated with Giroud a lot.
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    Furthermore, chicken, salt and pepper to make chicken. Making dumplings means you have flour, milk, water or whatever you use to make the dough. :rolleyes:

    If you have Chicken, salt and pepper, will your chicken taste dry or not?

    Furthermore, that boring Chelsea vs Arsenal game at the bridge that you said Jose would go for the draw ended 6-0.
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    (Original post by Setsuna)
    Can the mods block user from a thread, this jam guy is just simply annoying, waste a thread space. If you want to sell murinho propaganda, do it on the chelsea thread, you'll get more followers there instead of looking for argument in here.
    theres some bullies on the loose and i don't like it one bit
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    (Original post by baconbutty)
    theres some bullies on the loose and i don't like it one bit
    :rofl2:

    I'm dying man.


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    Just been thinking about this- the fans on this thread are as follows:



    Chelsea- the cool kids. Fairly relaxed about their football- never too excited but never down after a loss. Very realistic in their aims in life and keep their emotions in check.



    Arsenal- deluded, the type of guys who think they're 10/10 when in reality they're barely a 6. Cannot accept critcism and always take the moral high ground.



    Liverpool- the nerds- they study and study the game to the extent it's extremely sad. Ever optimistic and bordering on ridiculous in their aims in life. Like to look into the past frequently.



    United- the emotional guys. Most have a personality disorder- one minute they're joyful, the next suicidal. They don't show much loyalty- will turn on their crew as easily as they will praise them. Have huge standards in life, often unrealistic.



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    (Original post by FKLW)
    Just been thinking about this- the fans on this thread are as follows:




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    Strong life.
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    (Original post by Zürich)
    Strong life.
    Haha knew someone would say that procastrinating badly!!


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    (Original post by Zürich)
    Strong life.
    Well he gave it thought and one can't deny with his assessment.
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    (Original post by carlisomes)
    Didn't want them to win the CL in honesty.

    A small club compared to Real...kind of like Liverpool playing Everton or United playing City* in the CL final.

    * flame me, I can take it, but United has more tradition/history and more fans...people know who the late Best or Sir Bobby, few outside England know who Rodney Marsh or Frannie Lee or Kinkladze are...
    You didn't want them to win because they're 'smaller' than Real? Strange.

    Football would be proper boring if the Billy big [rhymes with pollocks] teams won all the time; it's getting that way in the Prem.
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    (Original post by Basiji)
    5 week holiday bro.
    Oh how was it? Beat a couple tings? :lol:
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    (Original post by Kruz)
    Oh how was it? Beat a couple tings? :lol:
    Yea it was good. When you say 'beat', do you mean the London slang version? If yes, then no. I'd probably get flogged if I was caught.
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    still my fav commercial growing up



    "ehh bobby whats French for va va voom?"
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    (Original post by Basiji)
    Yea it was good. When you say 'beat', do you mean the London slang version? If yes, then no. I'd probably get flogged if I was caught.
    Loool yeah I meant that and fair enough.

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    (Original post by AR_95)
    I never said it was easy. I wanted to separate his performance and focus on that?


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    Yeah, but with someone like Balotelli it's not possible to do that unfortunately. I think he's more trouble than he's worth tbh and would steer well clear.
 
 
 
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