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    (Original post by C.Almasy)
    Huge northern bias tbh, they are seen as "proper" football clubs and glorified as old school working class clubs. This country has a large cognitive bias towards those from the disadvantaged backgrounds/victims in general.
    Think we probably are a bit too North London for their liking as well. A bit too intellectual, moralising and grand to feel sorry for. All bowls of Muesli and Arsene Wenger.

    Chelsea with their 'proletarian' :rolleyes: fanbase, shameless lack of principles and Terry/Mourinho/Roman leadership never seem to attract any grief whatsoever though. Funny that.
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    ^ Not to mention the fact that anyone from their academy is yet to become a first-team regular (in the "Roman era" at least). McEachran got 10 games before getting loaned out, I don't see him coming back to the club
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    (Original post by shawn_o1)
    ^ Not to mention the fact that anyone from their academy is yet to become a first-team regular (in the "Roman era" at least). McEachran got 10 games before getting loaned out, I don't see him coming back to the club
    Shame though because McEachran has a lot of talent. He should be in the Chelsea first team by now. But with the way things are over there I don't think he'll have a role in that first team anytime soon. A club like Southampton would be perfect for him.

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    [email protected] conspiracy theorists in here

    There's no agenda we're just **** a lot of the time so it's justified get a hold of yourselves you sound ****ing ridiculous
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    i nominate our friendly neighbourhood butty to make the new thread btw
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    (Original post by baconbutty)
    [email protected] conspiracy theorists in here

    There's no agenda we're just **** a lot of the time so it's justified get a hold of yourselves you sound ****ing ridiculous
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    (Original post by Zürich)
    i respect that a lot saying it how it is. ozil has been a ****ing flop
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    (Original post by baconbutty)
    i respect that a lot saying it how it is. ozil has been a ****ing flop

    Show me the articles on Carroll, Fellaini, Torres, Lamela?
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    (Original post by Zürich)
    Show me the articles on Carroll, Fellaini, Torres, Lamela?
    I've heard all of them criticised loads by pundits and on commentary
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    Ozil has been disappointing tbh. Not as bad as people make out but you expect the press to exaggerate things. I'm hoping Sanchez can take the weight of expectation off Ozils shoulders. He seems to be the type of character that thrives under that kind of pressure whereas Ozil seems like the shy guy who prefers life out of the spotlight. Next season is make or break time for Ozil, no more excuses about needing time to adapt.
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    Ozil had a good game yesterday though. Was instrumental in Germany's clinical counter attacking. He did miss a chance at the end but if anyone is still expecting him to be a prolific goalscorer they obviously don't know his game.
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    (Original post by baconbutty)
    I've heard all of them criticised loads by pundits and on commentary
    Don't think they are vilified by the media and have article after article talking about them 'stealing a living'

    Please stop pretending you are an Arsenal fan, because you really aren't. The amount of effort you put in keeping up this front is pathetic.

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    ''Wenger is said to have explained the benefits of joining Arsenal and living in London and Alexis then asked for a few days to think about it. Then he informed his agent ‘within hours’ of the meeting that Arsenal is the team he wanted to join.''

    Players love Arsene
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    (Original post by Peggles_*)
    Don't think they are vilified by the media and have article after article talking about them 'stealing a living'

    Please stop pretending you are an Arsenal fan, because you really aren't. The amount of effort you put in keeping up this front is pathetic.

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    Oh boo hoo get over yourself for **** sake every club thinks there's an agenda vs them how stupid can you be
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    (Original post by Zürich)
    ''Wenger is said to have explained the benefits of joining Arsenal and living in London and Alexis then asked for a few days to think about it. Then he informed his agent ‘within hours’ of the meeting that Arsenal is the team he wanted to join.''

    Players love Arsene
    Gotta love the thought of Rogers frantically phoning Sanchez's voicemail while Wenger was having a kickabout with the Brazilian ladies on the beach knowing this one was in the bag.
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    (Original post by Zürich)
    ''Wenger is said to have explained the benefits of joining Arsenal and living in London and Alexis then asked for a few days to think about it. Then he informed his agent ‘within hours’ of the meeting that Arsenal is the team he wanted to join.''

    Players love Arsene
    I remember Last year George Graham said Arsene has lost his pulling power. In a space of a year he's managed to get Özil and Sanchez.

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    (Original post by De Chirico)
    Gotta love the thought of Rogers frantically phoning Sanchez's voicemail while Wenger was having a kickabout with the Brazilian ladies on the beach knowing this one was in the bag.
    Pfft who wants Sanchez anyways I'd rather Lallana....proven Prem quality.

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    If Sanchez goes to Arsenal I can't see him wearing a squad number below 18.

    btw, his full name is Alexis Alejandro Sánchez Sánchez (if anyone didn't know that) because both his parents share the same surname. the other famous person with a surname like that... is a diver
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    (Original post by Kruz)
    I remember Last year George Graham said Arsene has lost his pulling power. In a space of a year he's managed to get Özil and Sanchez.

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    Pfft who wants Sanchez anyways I'd rather Lallana....proven Prem quality.

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    German with Ozil, Spanish with Sanchez. Rodgers was probably trying to lure him with his strong Irish accent lol.

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    (Original post by De Chirico)
    Ozil had a good game yesterday though. Was instrumental in Germany's clinical counter attacking. He did miss a chance at the end but if anyone is still expecting him to be a prolific goalscorer they obviously don't know his game.
    I wanna see him pull the trigger more often tho. He can get a lot more goals, a lot more.

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    (Original post by qwerty_mad)
    German with Ozil, Spanish with Sanchez. Rodgers was probably trying to lure him with his strong Irish accent lol.

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    Rodgers speaks Spanish in fairness

    How I imagine Brenton Rodgers' meeting with Sanchez

 
 
 
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