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    (Original post by Dogwithwings)


    There LVGoat is with something Wenger will never have.

    First Dutch coach to win the Bundesliga, while bringing in Muller and making Sweinsteiger one of the best mids in the world and turning Robben's career around.

    He's superior to that specialist in failure you have.

    See you at OT, for another easy win for us.
    What an ugly tie...
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    (Original post by Dogwithwings)

    There LVGoat is with something Wenger will never have.

    First Dutch coach to win the Bundesliga, while bringing in Muller and making Sweinsteiger one of the best mids in the world and turning Robben's career around.

    He's superior to that specialist in failure you have.

    See you at OT, for another easy win for us.
    That Ajax team he had was crazy talented tbh, but fair play it was a great achievement.

    At Bayern he actually managed to finish 3rd in his final season. It's pretty hard to do that. Won 2 titles and brought some young players through, as if Wenger wouldnt have done the same with Bayern. Apart from that, his last 16 years of club management have been inferior to Wenger in every way.

    Here's a fact though: In 2 years time Van Gaal will be formatting his CV for a return to AZ Alkmaar while Wenger is still managing at the very top level.
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    Why are loads of random posts getting deleted, which then means the posts that are left, which are usually in relation to the deleted posts, make no ******* sense?


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    (Original post by Zürich)
    That Ajax team he had was crazy talented tbh, but fair play it was a great achievement.

    At Bayern he actually managed to finish 3rd in his final season. It's pretty hard to do that. Won 2 titles and brought some young players through, as if Wenger wouldnt have done the same with Bayern. Apart from that, his last 16 years of club management have been inferior to Wenger in every way.

    Here's a fact though: In 2 years time Van Gaal will be formatting his CV for a return to AZ Alkmaar while Wenger is still managing at the very top level.
    Yup this.

    Honestly LVG is a pretty overrated manager. I respect him for the Ajax achievement. But honestly it's no different to Mourinho's at porto.

    Wenger would also have run things at Bayern. LVG will be sacked in 2 seasons time.
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    Peak though LVG getting 3rd and sacked by Bayern the season before Heynces took over.
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    (Original post by Zerforax)
    Is Sanchez physical enough to play the striker? If I was Walcott, I'd be pissed off since he's probably a similar type player to Sanchez.
    No? They are two completely different players. I think both will be tried as center forward at one point next season. Walcott's last game was up front and he played quite well, would have started up front a lot more if he didn't get injured.

    And yeah Alexis is physical enough, probably built better than Aguero/Suarez...
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    Lol at asking if Sanchez is physical enough. The guy is built like a tank, and he's South American.


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    (Original post by Dogwithwings)
    There LVGoat is with something Wenger will never have.

    First Dutch coach to win the Bundesliga, while bringing in Muller and making Sweinsteiger one of the best mids in the world and turning Robben's career around.

    He's superior to that specialist in failure you have.

    See you at OT, for another easy win for us.
    You've just copied this post word for word pretty much from another forum

    People can;t even be original trolls these days
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    Henry got a hat-trick of assists and a goal in a 4-1 win yesterday, still got it.
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    (Original post by Pete_91)
    Henry got a hat-trick of assists and a goal in a 4-1 win yesterday, still got it.
    Henry & Drogba are both 36, and yet there's talk of Drigba returning to Chelsea.

    How would we feel about a possible Henry return? His experience & his influence in the dressing room would be reeeeaaally beneficial
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    (Original post by SHOO)
    Henry & Drogba are both 36, and yet there's talk of Drigba returning to Chelsea.

    How would we feel about a possible Henry return? His experience & his influence in the dressing room would be reeeeaaally beneficial
    Ozil
    Walcott Henry Sanchez
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    (Original post by Stalin)
    Ozil
    Walcott Henry Sanchez
    http://youtu.be/OLAYyJSZnO8

    My man <3

    Lol at how dead "soccer" is in America
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    Drogba ain't going to Chelsea and it's ludicrous thinking we should bring Henry back
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    (Original post by AR_95)
    Drogba ain't going to Chelsea and it's ludicrous thinking we should bring Henry back
    Why is it ludicrous?
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    (Original post by SHOO)
    Why is it ludicrous?

    Massive step backwards and he won't be half of what he use to be. You have to remember how piss poor the MLS really is before thinking he still has it
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    (Original post by AR_95)
    Massive step backwards and he won't be half of what he use to be. You have to remember how piss poor the MLS really is before thinking he still has it
    No not bring him back as an answer to our problems upfront. He won't be expensive at all - and he'll definately up the training and the development on our current strikers. Walcott always seems to get a boost when Henry trains with us.

    Bring him back & buy another striker, along with a CDM & a cover GK.

    Also, I see the Debuchy deal as pretty much done (well I hope so) so I didn't include a RB

    Why so many signings? Simply, because we can
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    (Original post by SHOO)
    No not bring him back as an answer to our problems upfront. He won't be expensive at all - and he'll definately up the training and the development on our current strikers. Walcott always seems to get a boost when Henry trains with us.

    Bring him back & buy another striker, along with a CDM & a cover GK.

    Why so many signings? Simply, because we can

    Honestly I'd rather use Sanogo then Henry at this point. I get what you're saying don't get me wrong but he doesn't need to be signed as a player to do that. Hopefully in the future he gets some sort of role at Arsenal but off the pitch
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    (Original post by AR_95)
    Massive step backwards and he won't be half of what he use to be. You have to remember how piss poor the MLS really is before thinking he still has it
    His team mates at NY include Richard Eckersley (last club in England - Bury), Lloyd Sam (Notts County) and Bradley Wright-Phillips (Brentford). If that doesn't explain how poor the MLS is nothing will.
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    (Original post by FKLW)
    Lol at asking if Sanchez is physical enough. The guy is built like a tank, and he's South American.


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    I think headers from goal kicks etc could be a struggle if we have a very small front line, he's deceptively strong though
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