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Post by Chris Chan on Sun Feb 12, 2012 4:25 am

although Gibbs was on the bench today

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Post by Mohamed Samir on Sun Feb 12, 2012 4:26 am

We won without RVP scoring. Unusual. Very Happy
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Post by Dan Hakim on Sun Feb 12, 2012 4:28 am

I was really impressed with Coq's offensive contribution vs. Blackburn at RB, so I'd like to see him there and Sagna at LB for Milan.
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Post by Chris Chan on Sun Feb 12, 2012 4:33 am

Mohamed Samir wrote:We won without RVP scoring. Unusual. Very Happy
needs to happen more often

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Post by vyom.chaudhary on Sun Feb 12, 2012 4:39 am

Henry made the talky-talky gesture at O’Neill on the sidelines??
missed it

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Post by tmysorewala on Sun Feb 12, 2012 4:41 am

http://www.101greatgoals.com/gvideos/sunderland-1-arsenal-2-2/

Listen to how the guy describes our goals... what an idiot.

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Post by Sami Rockfeller on Sun Feb 12, 2012 4:42 am

I think we'll need Coq for DM if Song continues playing like how he did today.
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Post by Mario on Sun Feb 12, 2012 4:59 am

A few things:

1) What a huge win and what a great weekend of results so far! Everything from 12.45 to 5pm went our way. We need more weekends like this.

2) Fantastic spirit and resilience to pull out a win from not just 1-0 down, but 1-0 down from the 70th minute and on a shitty pitch in a game where we didn't create many chances.

3) Brilliant subs. Ramsey with a much needed goal, Arshavin with a wonderful assist and Henry with the perfect ending.

4) Henry has more league goals than Chamakh and Park combined this season. And he's scored 3 goals with 3 shots on target. Class, permanent etc

5) I'll admit something, though. I was watching Henry today, and last week and the Swansea game, and part of me was thinking how disappointing he looked. He needs to be played in and around the box but when he's out on the wing... yeah. But then he scores in the 90th minute two weeks in a row, one a winner and all is forgotten. Give Red Bulls a few million and keep him until May. Because going from him back to Chamakh and Park is a concern.

6) A good start to a very tough week. Now, Milan.

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Post by Dan Hakim on Sun Feb 12, 2012 5:03 am

Mario Leontiou wrote:5) I'll admit something, though. I was watching Henry today, and last week and the Swansea game, and part of me was thinking how disappointing he looked. He needs to be played in and around the box but when he's out on the wing... yeah. But then he scores in the 90th minute two weeks in a row, one a winner and all is forgotten. Give Red Bulls a few million and keep him until May. Because going from him back to Chamakh and Park is a concern.

Don't forget that Gervinho is coming back soon. Going from Henry to Gervinho isn't going to be that big of a drop in class.
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Post by vyom.chaudhary on Sun Feb 12, 2012 5:07 am

bendtnerb52 Nicklas Bendtner
Difficult for today, but got to support the team I am currently at.. Will always be Arsenal

Bendtner on twitter.i have a feeling he will be coming back to arsenal next year

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Post by Mario on Sun Feb 12, 2012 5:09 am

Dan Hakim wrote:
Mario Leontiou wrote:5) I'll admit something, though. I was watching Henry today, and last week and the Swansea game, and part of me was thinking how disappointing he looked. He needs to be played in and around the box but when he's out on the wing... yeah. But then he scores in the 90th minute two weeks in a row, one a winner and all is forgotten. Give Red Bulls a few million and keep him until May. Because going from him back to Chamakh and Park is a concern.

Don't forget that Gervinho is coming back soon. Going from Henry to Gervinho isn't going to be that big of a drop in class.


True, but he hasn't been full of goals this season. Hopefully that changes when he comes back.

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Post by Alex Hadjicharalampous on Sun Feb 12, 2012 5:11 am

The only frustrating thing today is Mertesacker's injury. It's a good thing we've got Sagna and Gibbs back and can move Vermaelen back to the middle but dammit, it's like one player comes back another just HAS to get injured immediately to fill the spot in the treatment room.
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Post by Dan Hakim on Sun Feb 12, 2012 5:15 am

Alex Hadjicharalampous wrote:The only frustrating thing today is Mertesacker's injury. It's a good thing we've got Sagna and Gibbs back and can move Vermaelen back to the middle but dammit, it's like one player comes back another just HAS to get injured immediately to fill the spot in the treatment room.

Well we don't want the physio's to get bored, do we?
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Post by vyom.chaudhary on Sun Feb 12, 2012 5:37 am

Alex Hadjicharalampous wrote:The only frustrating thing today is Mertesacker's injury. It's a good thing we've got Sagna and Gibbs back and can move Vermaelen back to the middle but dammit, it's like one player comes back another just HAS to get injured immediately to fill the spot in the treatment room.

to be honest i think we wouldn't have won tonight without per's injury.ramsey scored literally from his first touch.
not that i m happy about per's injury

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Post by Hisham El Mawan on Sun Feb 12, 2012 5:39 am

Dan Hakim wrote:
Alex Hadjicharalampous wrote:The only frustrating thing today is Mertesacker's injury. It's a good thing we've got Sagna and Gibbs back and can move Vermaelen back to the middle but dammit, it's like one player comes back another just HAS to get injured immediately to fill the spot in the treatment room.

Well we don't want the physio's to get bored, do we?

God forbid our physios don't have anything to do hahaha

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Post by Zaid Derweesh on Sun Feb 12, 2012 5:58 am

I may be silly and naive, but I feel that Sunderland goal was dirty. Mertesacker went down under no pressure and was clearly injured, and we had nobody really covering. They went up and scored, instead of putting the ball out. It felt a cheap goal, and I know 99/100 that happens, but it still felt cheap.

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Post by vyom.chaudhary on Sun Feb 12, 2012 6:08 am

Zaid Derweesh wrote:I may be silly and naive, but I feel that Sunderland goal was dirty. Mertesacker went down under no pressure and was clearly injured, and we had nobody really covering. They went up and scored, instead of putting the ball out. It felt a cheap goal, and I know 99/100 that happens, but it still felt cheap.
might be.but i dont think you can blame sunderland players for that.i have seen many times arsenal carrying on their attack even if any opponent lay injured on the pitch.just that Mertesacker had quite a serious injury.
arsene's take on it..

on possibility of stopping play…
I thought about it during the game after they scored but you cannot demand that. You do not know if a guy has gone down through injury or because he slipped. It's just that in the action you cannot demand to stop.

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Post by Chris Chan on Sun Feb 12, 2012 6:10 am

I don't know it's a tough one. When we continue play it's because we know they are faking it. Mert had no reason to go down when he did, but as is mentioned he could have slipped. Not too aggrieved about it that seeing as we won, but had we lost then maybe I would have felt like it was more of a cheap shot

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Post by Zaid Derweesh on Sun Feb 12, 2012 6:11 am

Its a fair point, it just seemed he had it safe and under no pressure he suddenly goes down. I felt you have to assume it's genuine but I guess not.

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Post by John Foxall on Sun Feb 12, 2012 6:30 am

Dan Hakim wrote:
Mario Leontiou wrote:5) I'll admit something, though. I was watching Henry today, and last week and the Swansea game, and part of me was thinking how disappointing he looked. He needs to be played in and around the box but when he's out on the wing... yeah. But then he scores in the 90th minute two weeks in a row, one a winner and all is forgotten. Give Red Bulls a few million and keep him until May. Because going from him back to Chamakh and Park is a concern.

Don't forget that Gervinho is coming back soon. Going from Henry to Gervinho isn't going to be that big of a drop in class.

Just in terms of penalty-box know-how there is no comparison. Henry has been there are done it whereas Gervinho has never looked at ease in goalscoring situations. Not yet at least, hopefully he will improve.

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Post by Michael Foster on Sun Feb 12, 2012 6:32 am

It happens to be that it was of no challenge to mert...if he had gone thru him and took the ball your looking at a 50/50 of the ball being put out of touch...I think most would have carried on under those circumstances....
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Post by Michael Foster on Sun Feb 12, 2012 6:37 am

John Foxall wrote:
Dan Hakim wrote:
Mario Leontiou wrote:5) I'll admit something, though. I was watching Henry today, and last week and the Swansea game, and part of me was thinking how disappointing he looked. He needs to be played in and around the box but when he's out on the wing... yeah. But then he scores in the 90th minute two weeks in a row, one a winner and all is forgotten. Give Red Bulls a few million and keep him until May. Because going from him back to Chamakh and Park is a concern.

Don't forget that Gervinho is coming back soon. Going from Henry to Gervinho isn't going to be that big of a drop in class.

Just in terms of penalty-box know-how there is no comparison. Henry has been there are done it whereas Gervinho has never looked at ease in goalscoring situations. Not yet at least, hopefully he will improve.

I think we have been looking at gervinho as a bit of a saviour hoping he would come straight in and be banning in goals left right and center...given a little more time he will come good...he has been playing well in the ACN if he get on and even scores in the final expect more when he comes back...he prob has his head high for getting them into the final....
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Post by Adham Khattab on Sun Feb 12, 2012 8:13 am

At first, it looked to me that McClean should not have continued playing. Then, looking at it again I thought he really had no time to look back and see whether Mertesacker had just tripped or was seriously injured. Remember that something similar happened with Terry vs RvP and I don't think many of us would have been happy had RvP just kicked the ball out. I think it's fine. Kicking it out would have been very classy but it does not make him dirty that he went on and had a shot.


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Post by ralph avedikian on Sun Feb 12, 2012 9:37 am

I was insulting like a mad man when their goal went in. I think it's cheap. Arsenal players did that but not when they were going on a one one.

Oh I almost forgot : FUCK martin o'neil.. what a cunt

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Post by Chris Chan on Sun Feb 12, 2012 10:07 am

Ralph, when RVP scored against chavs and Terry fell over were you cursing? RVP did not look back once to see if Terry was injured. None of the Arsenal players indicated that Mert was injured (they didnt know whether it was a slip or injury either) this is football and Maclean didn't do a whole lot wrong.

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