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    If you're honest with yourselves for a second, can you see Arsenal finishing in the top 4 next season?

    Thought I'd put this question out there. With this crumbly season, with Fabregas possibly going in the summer, with more competition for the top 4 places, especially with the emergence of Man City as a title contending force...

    are you concerned about your prospects for next season?
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    I believe our season went down hill after we beat Barcelona 2-1. Right?





    (Original post by white_haired_wizard)
    If you're honest with yourselves for a second, can you see Arsenal finishing in the top 4 next season?

    Thought I'd put this question out there. With this crumbly season, with Fabregas possibly going in the summer, with more competition for the top 4 places, especially with the emergence of Man City as a title contending force...

    are you concerned about your prospects for next season?
    No, technically people have been saying we won't be in the top 4 since Henry left.
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    (Original post by white_haired_wizard)
    If you're honest with yourselves for a second, can you see Arsenal finishing in the top 4 next season?

    Thought I'd put this question out there. With this crumbly season, with Fabregas possibly going in the summer, with more competition for the top 4 places, especially with the emergence of Man City as a title contending force...

    are you concerned about your prospects for next season?
    No.

    This isn't a one off crumbly season, it happens every year, I imagine we'll get top 4 but won't win anything.
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    (Original post by white_haired_wizard)
    If you're honest with yourselves for a second, can you see Arsenal finishing in the top 4 next season?
    People say this every year and it's yet to happen, so yeah I think we'll make top 4.
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    (Original post by white_haired_wizard)
    If you're honest with yourselves for a second, can you see Arsenal finishing in the top 4 next season?

    Thought I'd put this question out there. With this crumbly season, with Fabregas possibly going in the summer, with more competition for the top 4 places, especially with the emergence of Man City as a title contending force...

    are you concerned about your prospects for next season?
    We'll gradually get better, I think we'll be more consistent and manage to stay in the top 2 places all year. Not sure if we'll win it though.


    I also think every pundit and every journalist will write as off for next season most will predict 5th or 6th place finish (as usual)
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    (Original post by Abiraleft)
    Ramsey to start against Stoke, Vermaelen could return

    So it looks like it may be:

    Szczesny
    Sagna Vermaelen Koscielny Clichy
    Song
    Ramsey Wilshere
    Walcott---------------------------Nasri
    RVP

    This is taking into consideration that Djourou is struggling with an ankle injury.
    Nasri's not fit.
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    (Original post by white_haired_wizard)
    If you're honest with yourselves for a second, can you see Arsenal finishing in the top 4 next season?

    Thought I'd put this question out there. With this crumbly season, with Fabregas possibly going in the summer, with more competition for the top 4 places, especially with the emergence of Man City as a title contending force...

    are you concerned about your prospects for next season?
    We'll challenge for the title again and fail.

    Spurs are done for, when we talk about champions league. Once some of their key players go (and some will), they won't be coming back to the champions leage for a long time.

    I still can't take Liverpool seriously either.
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    Djourou and Clichy will face late fitness test, while Ramsey is set to play once more.
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    (Original post by jit987)
    Djourou and Clichy will face late fitness test, while Ramsey is set to play once more.
    Nasri is out too, it will probably be:


    Szezny

    Sagna Koscielny Djourou Clichy

    Ramsey Song Wilshere

    Walcott RvP Arshavin



    Which should do the job, now that the pressure is gone.
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    Agree with that line-up.
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    (Original post by T.Adams VI)
    We'll challenge for the title again and fail.

    Spurs are done for, when we talk about champions league. Once some of their key players go (and some will), they won't be coming back to the champions leage for a long time.

    I still can't take Liverpool seriously either.
    I agree. I don't think Spurs will finish top 4 for a while. And it will probably get worse once Redknapp leaves, probably (and hopefully) to take over from Capello as England manager. These must be anxious times for Spurs and their fans - they have some quality players who surely won't be happy/content with Europa league football, not when they have the ability to play for a top 4 club and play in the primary European tournament.

    As for Liverpool, I think they could potentially nick a champions league place next season but it's a slim chance IMHO.
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    Not going to be able to watch any of the remaining games due to exams.

    Prediction: We'll be third. We'll get 5 points from the next three games, draws against Stoke and Fulham, and a home thrashing against Villa.
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    Arsenal will find Sunday hard, we can't play rugby. :/
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    Wenger wants Bendtner to stay at Arsenal

    :facepalm::facepalm2:
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    Nobody else will take his awkward number, that's why.
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    Wenger should at least give the guy a chance and play him in position. Manning the T-shirt cannon and the Gunnersaurus costume..

    But seriously, he'll be last bad if he were played up front and someone zipped his mouth shut.
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    I think Bendtner is a decent striker, as a 3rd choice or 4th choice. He just won't be happy there and so we should sell him.
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    I don't see the point in us having both Chamakh and Bendtner, they both more or less play the same role and I don't think either of them are good enough to lead the line by themselves, although Chamakh done a good job for a few months. Hopefully Wenger sells one of them and brings in a decent striker with Bendtner/Chamakh as 3rd choice.
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    Some people thinking that Cesc injury is fake. Suspecting that they are protecting him frrom potential injury that could ruin a big cash deal with Barca...
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    (Original post by antonfigo)
    Some people thinking that Cesc injury is fake. Suspecting that they are protecting him frrom potential injury that could ruin a big cash deal with Barca...
    Are you being serious?
 
 
 
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