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****Arsenal vs WBA****Premier League-Official Thread

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The Golden Phoenix
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I do not like MNF, but, the television companies dictate what must be.

Will Wenger start Jack? One of our better players against Doncaster. Will the team decide to score as many goals as possible? Are we capable of doing that?

I am going for an Arsenal win, but, would love to see a goal fest.

Posted : 22/09/2017 6:56 am
Rainham Red
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I expect Kieron Gibbs will score the winner

Posted : 22/09/2017 9:34 am
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Giroud with his 100th 1-0 to the Arsenal

Posted : 24/09/2017 7:08 pm
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Arsenal 3 wba 1 kolasinac

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Posted : 25/09/2017 5:08 pm
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Ramsey plays in the same form as he did against Chelsea we should have no problems.
Hope Ozil doesn't get in the side as we can expect a tough nothing given game against these.

“ Arsenal come streaming forward now in surely what will be their last attack. A good ball by Dixon, finding Smith, for Thomas, charging through the midfield. Thomas, it's up for grabs now! Thomas! ”

Posted : 25/09/2017 5:10 pm
I Believe Overall
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Enjoyable game with plenty of talking points. Monreal excellent but better because of the defensive support of Kolasinac and Xhaka who didn’t have to cover as much ground with his old mate Elneny next to him. Rode our luck in the 1st half but 2nd half was strong and stable. Great movement at speed across the pitch dragged West Brom out of their comfort zone just enough. Strong tactics tonight from AW and good team play from Alexis.

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me neither

Posted : 25/09/2017 10:22 pm
Rainham Red
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I agree with IBO about Monreal he was terrific last night and I also thought Elneny was excellent.

Posted : 26/09/2017 9:31 am
Red Snapper
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I was in the clock end so not a good view of the WBA pen appeal but they immediately had two goal scoring opportunities so at what stage was the ref supposed to call it back? Suppose they'd put one of them in but had it ruled out and a penalty awarded which they subsequently missed? Pullis would be whinging about that until next St Swithins day. Having seen it now it probably should have been awarded but equally the open goal should have been a tap in. Monreal's clearance off the line was incredible.


"Tottenham fans are idiots"---Roy Keane 4th January 2014

Posted : 26/09/2017 3:16 pm