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It is now. Great end to the game, but arsenal should have kept it at 1:0. That's a bit disappointing. That had BETTER not happen in the FA Cup.
Arsenal still has won the premiership now i think
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1 Arsenal 74
2 Chelsea 67
3 Man Utd 62
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Arsenal still has won the premiership now i think
Lead cut down to 7 though. But that's our hopefully toughest game in the prem. Still very annoyed to have lost the lead. Was only listening to the radio, but Arsne seemed a bit annoyed.
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1 Arsenal 74
2 Chelsea 67
3 Man Utd 62

LOL !! thats kinda made my day, i didnt know man u were so far off the pace, that rules . Well Bayern arent doing to well either they won 5-2 yesterday !! but are curently in 2nd 8 points behind bremen ... it all depends on tonites match tho, Stuttgart vs Bremen ... i so hope stuttgart beat bremen and hence we can gain some ground on the leaders. That match atm is 4-4 !!! quite nerve wracking, 15 mins to go in that.
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its ended 4-4 ... hmm stuttgart shouldve won that one, oh well i guess its 2 points knocked off bremen .. thats good.
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(Original post by HasanB)
its ended 4-4 ... hmm stuttgart shouldve won that one, oh well i guess its 2 points knocked off bremen .. thats good.
arsenal has got 7 premiership matches left,

Saturday 10 April 2004
Barclaycard Premiership
Arsenal v Liverpool
Kickoff: 15:00

Monday 12 April 2004
Barclaycard Premiership
Newcastle v Arsenal
Kickoff: 15:00

Friday 16 April 2004
Barclaycard Premiership
Arsenal v Leeds
Kickoff: 20:00

Sunday 25 April 2004
Barclaycard Premiership
Tottenham v Arsenal
Kickoff: 16:05

Saturday 1 May 2004
Barclaycard Premiership
Arsenal v Birmingham
Kickoff: 15:00

Saturday 8 May 2004
Barclaycard Premiership
Fulham v Arsenal
Kickoff: 15:00

Saturday 15 May 2004
Barclaycard Premiership
Arsenal v Leicester

arsenal can slip up and lose a few matches -
liverpool,newcastle, fulham while leeds and leicester are fighting relegation. I wont be surprised if leicester injure henry on purpose in the last match. So i think chelsea has still got a chance!
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(Original post by TheWolf)
arsenal has got 7 premiership matches left,

Saturday 10 April 2004
Barclaycard Premiership
Arsenal v Liverpool
Kickoff: 15:00

Monday 12 April 2004
Barclaycard Premiership
Newcastle v Arsenal
Kickoff: 15:00

Friday 16 April 2004
Barclaycard Premiership
Arsenal v Leeds
Kickoff: 20:00

Sunday 25 April 2004
Barclaycard Premiership
Tottenham v Arsenal
Kickoff: 16:05

Saturday 1 May 2004
Barclaycard Premiership
Arsenal v Birmingham
Kickoff: 15:00

Saturday 8 May 2004
Barclaycard Premiership
Fulham v Arsenal
Kickoff: 15:00

Saturday 15 May 2004
Barclaycard Premiership
Arsenal v Leicester

arsenal can slip up and lose a few matches -
liverpool,newcastle, fulham while leeds and leicester are fighting relegation. I wont be surprised if leicester injure henry on purpose in the last match. So i think chelsea has still got a chance!
hmm yeah i agree ... some of those games are quite tricky
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(Original post by HasanB)
hmm yeah i agree ... some of those games are quite tricky
yea, i think that manure is out of the race completely now tho
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Lord Garfield
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(Original post by Xenon)
Boy did Van Nistleroy scare me just now. Arsenal missed a brilliant oppurtunity to go back ahead. A missed header from 6 yards.
yea, should have scored, o well, not over yet
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yea, i think that manure is out of the race completely now tho
well they are only 2 points behind chelsea i believe so u never know, its unlikely tho. My computing teacher is a diehard man u fan ... its quite funny cos he was in the WORST mood the other day when they lost to city ... it was quite bad for us lol.

but for man u the target now i guess is securing champs league football. which is not too hard in england where the top 4 get in. for Bayern in germany, only the top 2 get in with 3rd placed side entering the qualfication rounds !! so bayern have to hang on to 2nd place ... its a bit scary ... so count ur self lucky if ure a man u fan its not all doom and gloom.
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great game

thought Arsenal shoukld have had a pen when the keeper took out Reyes

also lovely dive by giggs to try and get a pen as well

Clichy was awesome, Lauren agains showed me that he is shite....
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well they are only 2 points behind chelsea i believe so u never know, its unlikely tho. My computing teacher is a diehard man u fan ... its quite funny cos he was in the WORST mood the other day when they lost to city ... it was quite bad for us lol.

but for man u the target now i guess is securing champs league football. which is not too hard in england where the top 4 get in. for Bayern in germany, only the top 2 get in with 3rd placed side entering the qualfication rounds !! so bayern have to hang on to 2nd place ... its a bit scary ... so count ur self lucky if ure a man u fan its not all doom and gloom.
Manure is actually 5 points behind chelsea
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Manure is actually 5 points behind chelsea
ah well in that case ....
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Hey, no mention of our new record?

Well done Arsenal for setting the new unbeaten record in the Premiership!
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Hey, no mention of our new record?

Well done Arsenal for setting the new unbeaten record in the Premiership!
nice one
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well done on breaking the record gooners!
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As a Man U fan I thought todays game was excellent, I was a little dissapointed with some of the refereeing and giggs's pentalty appeal should have been a penalty but a draw was a fair result in one of the best games i've seen in a while. I can't wait till next weeks clash now.

And congrats on your record Arsenal
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Great game, one that neither side deserved to lose. But the ref screwed us out of a penalty, was very inconsistent, the only bad performance in the game I think. Brown stepped up with a great performance in a big game again, just as in Porto. Little more I can think to say about it now to be honest. On to the Cup game, we could do with Ronaldo to recover by then.
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(Original post by TheWolf)
arsenal has got 7 premiership matches left,

Saturday 10 April 2004
Barclaycard Premiership
Arsenal v Liverpool
Kickoff: 15:00

Monday 12 April 2004
Barclaycard Premiership
Newcastle v Arsenal
Kickoff: 15:00

Friday 16 April 2004
Barclaycard Premiership
Arsenal v Leeds
Kickoff: 20:00

Sunday 25 April 2004
Barclaycard Premiership
Tottenham v Arsenal
Kickoff: 16:05

Saturday 1 May 2004
Barclaycard Premiership
Arsenal v Birmingham
Kickoff: 15:00

Saturday 8 May 2004
Barclaycard Premiership
Fulham v Arsenal
Kickoff: 15:00

Saturday 15 May 2004
Barclaycard Premiership
Arsenal v Leicester

arsenal can slip up and lose a few matches -
liverpool,newcastle, fulham while leeds and leicester are fighting relegation. I wont be surprised if leicester injure henry on purpose in the last match. So i think chelsea has still got a chance!
some of those are being rearranged - pompey, liverpool, newcastle at least.

tricky games, tho we should be aiming to beat liverpool and draw at least at newcastle.

Tricky game today. Felt disappointed right after the final whislte, but a) the most important thing is we didn't lose b) we're still 7 points clear with cheslea still to go the man u.

Felt we had enough chances at 1-0 up to score again, tho in the final few minutes both teams had golden opportunities to win it - WHY DIDN'T LAUREN PASS TO HENRY??

Still, Saha is cuptied next week, so we should be looking to put an end to their season.
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As a Man U fan I thought todays game was excellent, I was a little dissapointed with some of the refereeing and giggs's pentalty appeal should have been a penalty but a draw was a fair result in one of the best games i've seen in a while. I can't wait till next weeks clash now.

And congrats on your record Arsenal

giggs fell over

i thought the Caroll foul on reyes was more a pen
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