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FC Bayern München vs Arsenal; 13/03/2013 Watch

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    Well done Jenkinson
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    Kudos to Jenkison there
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    Very very sloppy. We're far too nervous.

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    Really liking Jenkinson and Rosicky so far. :holmes:
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    One more goal b4 half time coyg!
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    God Robben is so so so selfish. Also Kroos is so good.
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    Jenkinson, you are a tasty little player aint ya?
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    There's no pressure on the crosses coming in. That will cost us eventually.
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    Arteta for Arsenal and in the CL shows just how far out of his depth he actually is. He had found his level at Everton and it makes a mockery of the idiots who were questioning why he didn't get a game for Spain.
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    That handflick Giroud always does when he's injured....just cracks me up. Hope he's alright though
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    (Original post by Mess.)
    Arteta for Arsenal and in the CL shows just how far out of his depth he actually is. He had found his level at Everton and it makes a mockery of the idiots who were questioning why he didn't get a game for Spain.
    Couldnt agree more. Classic example of a big fish in a small pond there.

    Aaron Ramsey grates me so badly as well. ****ing useless that boy.
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    (Original post by Zürich)
    Couldnt agree more. Classic example of a big fish in a small pond there.

    Aaron Ramsey grates me so badly as well. ****ing useless that boy.
    I think that if Ramsey pushed and became the new Messi you would still hate him and wish for him to be sold. It seems to be a deeper and much more rounded loathing than the normal
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    (Original post by Mess.)
    I think that if Ramsey pushed and became the new Messi you would still hate him and wish for him to be sold. It seems to be a deeper and much more rounded loathing than the normal
    I feel for Ramsey - a horrific leg break isn't easy to overcome.

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    Bring the OX on for Ramsey?

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    Rosicky should start. Put him in the team.
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    (Original post by Zürich)
    Couldnt agree more. Classic example of a big fish in a small pond there.

    Aaron Ramsey grates me so badly as well. ****ing useless that boy.
    I think Ramsey's been all right, he's worked hard and held up and released play well on the flanks. I'd say him and Rosicky have been pretty important to our relative solidity in the first half (so has Bayern's inexplicable nervousness), especially the latter. Now we just need Cazorla to step it up and give our game a dash of flair to complement the hard work.
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    (Original post by Mess.)
    Arteta for Arsenal and in the CL shows just how far out of his depth he actually is. He had found his level at Everton and it makes a mockery of the idiots who were questioning why he didn't get a game for Spain.
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    Care to tell me why I am wrong?
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    (Original post by Mess.)
    I think that if Ramsey pushed and became the new Messi you would still hate him and wish for him to be sold. It seems to be a deeper and much more rounded loathing than the normal
    nah I reckon my hatred of Walcott is more irrational tbf.

    Ramsey kind of amazes me because the list of things he cant do is ridiculous. Happy for him to be a bit of a water carrier type, coming on when we're 1-0 up and need a runner to kill the game dead etc, a Ray Parlour type. But whenever I see Cazorla, Rosicky and Wilshere spraying the ball around with ease and then Ramsey huffing and puffing and achieving nothing I despair. He never seems to provide what we need. Either he's moving the ball too fast or he's just slowing the game down.

    It might be just where I sit at the Emirates, but he aint rated at all with most gooners.

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    I think Ramsey's been all right, he's worked hard and held up and released play well on the flanks. I'd say him and Rosicky have been pretty important to our relative solidity in the first half (so has Bayern's inexplicable nervousness), especially the latter. Now we just need Cazorla to step it up and give our game a dash of flair to complement the hard work.
    He's just not composed enough on the ball, and his passing has been sloppy. Get AOC in there to run at them I think. Rosicky's been good but need Cazorla to get more involved because he's been top quality without really been imvolved enough. Need a goal early doors this half as they'll just pass around us if it gets to 70:00 without another one. Need to take a few risks to win this game from here on in, but so far so good.
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    I feel with Ramsey on we are a lot more defensively solid than with Diaby, who is good going forward but is less urgent defensively. He hasn't done much wrong in this half tbf
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    (Original post by Zürich)
    nah I reckon my hatred of Walcott is more irrational tbf.

    Ramsey kind of amazes me because the list of things he cant do is ridiculous. Happy for him to be a bit of a water carrier type, coming on when we're 1-0 up and need a runner to kill the game dead etc, a Ray Parlour type. But whenever I see Cazorla, Rosicky and Wilshere spraying the ball around with ease and then Ramsey huffing and puffing and achieving nothing I despair.

    It might be just where I sit at the Emirates, but he aint rated at all with most gooners.
    I think the Walcott hate comes because you can tell their is a footballer in there somewhere but he just doesn't seem to want to become one.
 
 
 
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