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    (Original post by sr90)
    You'll still finish above us as well

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    Nah, we'll bottle it at OT and you'll get 3rd.
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    DONT THINK WE'RE GETTING TOP 4 BRAHS tbh
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    (Original post by Lúcio)
    So since you lost this week, is it Wenger Out time?
    It's been Wenger out time since the FA cup win...
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    Not going to lie we were completely dicked on today, think we spent the first half thinking we were just doing our City thing, taking 30% of possession when in fact we were just playing outstandingly awful and being destroyed in every position.

    Seriously disappointed with Ramsey, shocking throughout, but the manager needs to take him off at 55mins if he's playing ****, not keep him on for the full 90.

    At least our fixture list is relatively free of potential trip hazards and I can't see both United and Soton winning, both could quite easily drop points and we wouldn't really be in much worse position than we were coming into this gameweek. Imagine 1 point between 3rd and 6th and 2 between 3rd and 7th, is looking very tasty for neutrals but nerve racking for the fans of the teams involved like us
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    (Original post by SA-1)
    Not tryna be a conspiracist or anything but, when was the last time we won a 12:45 BT sport kick off?

    Wasn't it Swansea, when Gnabry scored the winner?
    Don't worry about all that superstition it's just that we didn't play well today if we did we would have won.
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    Would Sanchez have made a difference? I think we missed someone like Ox/Jack
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    (Original post by Pete_91)
    It's been Wenger out time since the FA cup win...
    That'd be a yes then...:rolleyes:
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    Arsenal will still finish 3rd.

    Makes things look really tight now, especially if West Ham and Liverpool win this weekend (unlike scenarios).

    Spurs were fantastic today though, they never gave up and completely deserved the win.

    Kane was the difference. Bellerin was the worst player on the pitch, he was so bad. :lol: He needs a loan rather than be playing first team for Arsenal.
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    (Original post by Gob Bluth)
    Arsenal will still finish 3rd.

    Makes things look really tight now, especially if West Ham and Liverpool win this weekend (unlike scenarios).

    Spurs were fantastic today though, they never gave up and completely deserved the win.

    Kane was the difference. Bellerin was the worst player on the pitch, he was so bad. :lol: He needs a loan rather than be playing first team for Arsenal.
    Can't exactly blame the kid considering Debuchy has had 2 3 month injury lay offs. If the game was actually reff'd properly we'd see far less injuries for all teams tbh.
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    (Original post by Gob Bluth)
    Arsenal will still finish 3rd.

    Makes things look really tight now, especially if West Ham and Liverpool win this weekend (unlike scenarios).

    Spurs were fantastic today though, they never gave up and completely deserved the win.

    Kane was the difference. Bellerin was the worst player on the pitch, he was so bad. :lol: He needs a loan rather than be playing first team for Arsenal.
    Yeah essentially all we've done is given the neautral a really good specticle for the remainder of the season for the 4th and 3rd spot.

    This game was pretty similar to that at the Emirates earlier this season where we dominated them.. It's just that.. Harry Kane took his chances
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    (Original post by sr90)
    Have you seen our run in, its as bad as yours last season!

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    Yes but, we just don't beat you lot in recent times. It's something that just doesn't happen
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    (Original post by Pete_91)
    Can't exactly blame the kid considering Debuchy has had 2 3 month injury lay offs. If the game was actually reff'd properly we'd see far less injuries for all teams tbh.
    Not blaming him, he just shouldn't really be in the picture. He might or might not make it, but either way he's not good enough to start week in week out for Arsenal.
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    I'm still pissed off about the unpunished Stoke foul that led to Debuchy's dislocated shoulder. ****ing Stoke.
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    Real are already two down against Atheltico though
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    Could be worse, could be dortmund..

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    You'll be alright. Anything can happen in derbies - wouldn't be surprised if we got beat to Everton later, and they are ****ing shambolic.
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    I reckon we could have done with wilshere here instead of ramsey as the latter wasnt attacking or defending effectively and hes been poor for the last few games. Wilshere should provide some good competition. Wenger should also play wilshere on the wing if he must insist on a midfielder on the wing.
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    (Original post by Mackay)
    You'll be alright. Anything can happen in derbies - wouldn't be surprised if we got beat to Everton later, and they are ****ing shambolic.
    I love your posts. Seriously.
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    Man City could be dragged back into the "battle for Europe". All in all, PL title pretty much decided before the end of the season, probably in April if City can't keep up, leaving the next five places wide open
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    gonna kill myself now
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