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Re: Arsenal Vs Sunderland [FA CUP 3rd Round]

Post by EL Patron on Sat Jan 09, 2016 5:03 pm

Made it harder than it should have been, this game was a distraction from the real test which awaits us in the next two game. Campbell and Iwobi did well, Ox could learn a thing or two from these two such as when to pass and when to dribble. The guy turns over possession way too much.

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Re: Arsenal Vs Sunderland [FA CUP 3rd Round]

Post by Sri on Sat Jan 09, 2016 5:04 pm

RealGunner wrote:JHope we get City or Chelsea away in the next round. Really want to avoid Colchester or peterborough at home



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Re: Arsenal Vs Sunderland [FA CUP 3rd Round]

Post by RealGunner on Sat Jan 09, 2016 9:39 pm

Dec 2015: Arsenal 3-1 Sunderland - Campbell, Ramsey, Giroud
Jan 2016: Arsenal 3-1 Sunderland - Campbell, Ramsey, Giroud
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Re: Arsenal Vs Sunderland [FA CUP 3rd Round]

Post by Sri on Sat Jan 09, 2016 10:36 pm

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Re: Arsenal Vs Sunderland [FA CUP 3rd Round]

Post by Sina on Sat Jan 09, 2016 11:34 pm

such a good performance by iwobi
really proud we have produced such a player
embodies Arsenal
need these sort of players even if they dont become a star

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Re: Arsenal Vs Sunderland [FA CUP 3rd Round]

Post by Sina on Sun Jan 10, 2016 2:22 am

Next 4

Liverpool (a)
Stoke (a)
Chelsea (h)
Southampton (h)

Prediction/expectations?

8 pts needed/would be good

really want a win @stoke,would be such a confidence boost

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Re: Arsenal Vs Sunderland [FA CUP 3rd Round]

Post by Twoism on Sun Jan 10, 2016 2:43 am

I fee like Joel shouldn't be dropped when Alexis back, maybe Theo with his off form atm
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Re: Arsenal Vs Sunderland [FA CUP 3rd Round]

Post by El Gunner on Sun Jan 10, 2016 5:34 am

Good, reasonably overall team win. What I expected really.

Now on to the next match. Should be beating Liverpool with the current injury crisis they're going through

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Re: Arsenal Vs Sunderland [FA CUP 3rd Round]

Post by silver on Sun Jan 10, 2016 5:57 am

Was really impressed by Joel and Iwobi. Loved their interplay, movement and one touch passing. Everyone seems to be much more on the same page and understanding everyone else' off-the-ball runs, and where they want the ball played. Even thought Ox was good even though he still made the occasional wrong decisions.

Debuchy is as good as gone. Would have liked to have seen him play although we probably wouldn't have won without Bellerin's amazing assists.

Joel should definitely start on RW or rest of the season unless injured or rested. His "pre-assist" for Bellerin was Ozil-esque.

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Re: Arsenal Vs Sunderland [FA CUP 3rd Round]

Post by Sri on Sun Jan 10, 2016 8:56 am

Sina wrote:Next 4

Liverpool (a)
Stoke (a)
Chelsea (h)
Southampton (h)

Prediction/expectations?

8 pts needed/would be good

really want a win @stoke,would be such a confidence boost


12 if we want to be winning the title.

Liverpool: huge injury crisis. I actually think Theo instead of Giroud leading the line for this one, with Campbell and Ramsey wings probably - let's talk about that it in the match thread later.

Stoke - Not going to be easy but at least they aren't playing thugball. Given our quality, we should prevail.

Chelsea - need to set things right after that away disaster. They're performing better now, but we need to beat 'big teams' and I don't want to see us losing to scum twice in a season.

Soton - need to set things right after that annual mid-season away disaster smh.
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Re: Arsenal Vs Sunderland [FA CUP 3rd Round]

Post by Jay29 on Sun Jan 10, 2016 11:24 am

I would say 12 points as well. Surely we can beat a Liverpool team with no centre backs and without their best player, and as crap as our record at Stoke is, we should be beating them as well. Chelsea aren't the formidable team they were last year and are quite beatable atm, and Soton at home should be three points every season.

It's not an easy run but it's still one I expect maximum points from, as a side chasing the title.
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Re: Arsenal Vs Sunderland [FA CUP 3rd Round]

Post by RealGunner on Sun Jan 10, 2016 12:14 pm

Still don't think Iwobi will make it. Would love to be proved wrong obviously but he hasn't shown anything which Aneke didn't (although iwobi is quicker)
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Re: Arsenal Vs Sunderland [FA CUP 3rd Round]

Post by Sri on Sun Jan 10, 2016 12:31 pm

I think he was more impressive yest than Aneke ever was tbh.

However, it's not saying much at this age.
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