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    3-1 win for the Arsenal. Ian Wright is at the studio. Lol

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    (Original post by Derrick1509)
    Dunno, maybe for rainy days.
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    Why the **** is Wilshere starting again? He isn't even match fit yet ffs :facepalm:

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    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=2322626

    match thread here
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    We're not gonna win every game. I think if we beat Fulham today's result will be okay.

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    What's the point of leaving when your team is drawing 0-0 with 5 minutes to go? WTF man.
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    Said it was going to be a draw - disappointed nonetheless

    Today's game showed we need a more clinical striker
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    Agree we need a more clinical striker, it's criminal to leave Giroud on when he's missing chances like he was today, even if his all around play was pretty good. Not a bad result though, but it does put the pressure on us against Fulham.
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    We've been desperate for a clinical finisher all season, nothing new there.
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    not the end of the world at all... 4th place is still well in arsenals corner..

    Spurs will likely drop points against city this weekend, and chelsea could well do the same against liverpool..

    Then they play each other, so potentially, spurs could get 0, out of their next 6 points...

    (wherase if arsenal win the next match, they will have 4 out of the 6, and be 5 ahead...)
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    Giroud - simply not good enough to be a main striker. We knew that but today just added to that conviction.

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    Thought we were poor (again)

    Giroud was bad and fluffed his lines badly when chances came his way and while it is right to say that a clinicial finisher would have dug us out I would rather we played better and didn't have to leave it down to a world class striker to bail us out tbh
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    (Original post by fallen_acorns)
    not the end of the world at all... 4th place is still well in arsenals corner..

    Spurs will likely drop points against city this weekend, and chelsea could well do the same against liverpool..

    Then they play each other, so potentially, spurs could get 0, out of their next 6 points...

    (wherase if arsenal win the next match, they will have 4 out of the 6, and be 5 ahead...)
    I doubt Spurs will beat City but I'm not too sure abour us beating Fulham.

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    Cazorla, Ramsey and Sagna all had good games. I though Giroud should have got his efforts on target though, that ball from Ramsey should have been in the back of the net. It's techincally not in our hands any more but I think Tottenham will drop points on Sunday and Chelsea have a very tough fixture list. If they loose tomorrow I think we could get third, if they win though then I think the best we'll can hope for is 4th.
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    (Original post by fallen_acorns)
    not the end of the world at all... 4th place is still well in arsenals corner..

    Spurs will likely drop points against city this weekend, and chelsea could well do the same against liverpool..

    Then they play each other, so potentially, spurs could get 0, out of their next 6 points...

    (wherase if arsenal win the next match, they will have 4 out of the 6, and be 5 ahead...)
    if, if, if.

    They now have a game in hand and only two points behind, so it's in their hands now.
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    (Original post by Mr Advice)
    I doubt Spurs will beat City but I'm not too sure abour us beating Fulham.

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    Meh... good time to play fulham, they are in that mid-zone where there is little to play for, but they are safe... im more concerned about beating wigan, who always seem to reach a different level this time of year..

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    if, if, if.

    They now have a game in hand and only two points behind, so it's in their hands now.
    It is in their hands, points wise.. but looking at the feature list, in my eyes its still arsenals to loose ..
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    Giroud linked up well but jesus he fluffed his lines. Quite a few chances and really screwed them up.
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    Just back. Giroud not clinical enough. Has wasted far too many chances. Plus he doesn't get into the six yard box. There were at least three occasions where he should have been busting a gut to get into the six yard box but instead he retreated.

    Ramsay was good, Santi magical at points. He needs to be in the middle more. Jack shouldn't be starting I reckon. Want to see Tommy R back in the team on Sunday and I really want Podolski to be given a go in the middle!!!!
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    (Original post by fallen_acorns)
    Meh... good time to play fulham, they are in that mid-zone where there is little to play for, but they are safe... im more concerned about beating wigan, who always seem to reach a different level this time of year..
    Naa mate football doesn't work like that. Fulham away is always going to be a tough game you can't just write them off

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