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PostPosted: Wed Sep 26, 2012 7:41 am    Post subject: Arsenal Football Club Part IV: Top of the table! Reply with quote

Man City's tunnel cam is awesome.. hope they do one at the Emirates.

http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/soccer-dirty-tackle/gael-clichy-disappointed-arsene-wenger-didn-t-greet-170927745--sow.html

Also, Clichy says Wenger snubbed him. Laughing


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 26, 2012 8:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The look on Arsene's face is priceless.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 26, 2012 8:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Martinez, Santos, Djourou, Miquel and Yennaris confirmed as back 5 via various different quotes from Arsene.

Interesting tidbit: Before signing a contract to play Nico Yennaris used to be the mascot (Gunnersaurus Rex)
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Big game this saturday, 3 points at home will be huge for us if we can grab them against Chelsea.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 26, 2012 6:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Wyzzinator wrote:
Martinez, Santos, Djourou, Miquel and Yennaris confirmed as back 5 via various different quotes from Arsene.

Interesting tidbit: Before signing a contract to play Nico Yennaris used to be the mascot (Gunnersaurus Rex)


That doesn't sound right.

I'm pretty sure he was a child mascot in 2000 when coventry last played arsenal in the league at highbury.

I didn't read the programme today as we were late. But I'm pretty sure he wasn't the actual club mascot.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 26, 2012 7:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yeah, he was the kid who held the pennant before the game.

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 26, 2012 8:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Looks like it was a fun game, wish I could have seen it. Can't take too much from the game (it is Coventry, after all) but it's nice to see Giroud get his first Arsenal goal.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 26, 2012 8:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Squid on the bench FTW.

In all honesty, it's nice to hear Giroud pot his 1st goal. Sounds as if he won't start this weekend though.
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 26, 2012 9:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

texans_uk wrote:
The Wyzzinator wrote:
Martinez, Santos, Djourou, Miquel and Yennaris confirmed as back 5 via various different quotes from Arsene.

Interesting tidbit: Before signing a contract to play Nico Yennaris used to be the mascot (Gunnersaurus Rex)


That doesn't sound right.

I'm pretty sure he was a child mascot in 2000 when coventry last played arsenal in the league at highbury.

I didn't read the programme today as we were late. But I'm pretty sure he wasn't the actual club mascot.


Oh, I wasn't aware they were referred to as mascots Laughing

I just automatically assumed he wore the dinosaur costume! my bad
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Got to give respect to the coventry fans who filled the lower tier of the south stand and half of the upper, and were still singing when they were 6-1 down.

As for arsenal players, the keeper was very agile although he didn't have a lot to do he made it all look spectacular. The cermet backs were rarely tested, but looked comfortable in possession. The right back has some speed but his crossing left a lot to be desired, positionally both full backs were pretty poor.

The two central midfielders were handy, very impressed again with coquelin he had a nice touch and paying range. Chamberlain was ok, but looked most dangerous when he drifted inside, every time i watch him he looks less and less like a winger. Walcott ran a lot and scored two meaningless goals, although credit the finishing, but otherwise continued little. Arshavin saw plenty of the ball but was far too wasteful for someone of his talent, well taken goal though.

Giroud was pretty decent, dominated in the air, chased a lot of lost causes and scored a nice goal.

Overall it was a solid performance albeit against a side battling relegation in league one.
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texans_uk wrote:
Got to give respect to the coventry fans who filled the lower tier of the south stand and half of the upper, and were still singing when they were 6-1 down.

As for arsenal players, the keeper was very agile although he didn't have a lot to do he made it all look spectacular. The cermet backs were rarely tested, but looked comfortable in possession. The right back has some speed but his crossing left a lot to be desired, positionally both full backs were pretty poor.

The two central midfielders were handy, very impressed again with coquelin he had a nice touch and paying range. Chamberlain was ok, but looked most dangerous when he drifted inside, every time i watch him he looks less and less like a winger. Walcott ran a lot and scored two meaningless goals, although credit the finishing, but otherwise continued little. Arshavin saw plenty of the ball but was far too wasteful for someone of his talent, well taken goal though.

Giroud was pretty decent, dominated in the air, chased a lot of lost causes and scored a nice goal.

Overall it was a solid performance albeit against a side battling relegation in league one.


Glad to hear Miquel and Yennaris played pretty well, as well as Coquelin.

Listening to the audio commentary was kind of annoying but funny when we got the penalty and all you could hear was "Giroud grabs the ball and will take the penalty", and Twitter starts freaking out with "Why is Djourou taking the penalty?!"

Ox's shot from distance was really nice technique, although the GK probably could have done better.
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Excuse my spelling I have autocorrect on my phone and it makes me want to punch a wall.
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I'm still nervous about Wilshere's recovery, but they're being completely cautious with it.
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texans_uk wrote:
Got to give respect to the coventry fans who filled the lower tier of the south stand and half of the upper, and were still singing when they were 6-1 down.

As for arsenal players, the keeper was very agile although he didn't have a lot to do he made it all look spectacular. The cermet backs were rarely tested, but looked comfortable in possession. The right back has some speed but his crossing left a lot to be desired, positionally both full backs were pretty poor.

The two central midfielders were handy, very impressed again with coquelin he had a nice touch and paying range. Chamberlain was ok, but looked most dangerous when he drifted inside, every time i watch him he looks less and less like a winger. Walcott ran a lot and scored two meaningless goals, although credit the finishing, but otherwise continued little. Arshavin saw plenty of the ball but was far too wasteful for someone of his talent, well taken goal though.

Giroud was pretty decent, dominated in the air, chased a lot of lost causes and scored a nice goal.

Overall it was a solid performance albeit against a side battling relegation in league one.


Glad to hear Miquel and Yennaris played pretty well, as well as Coquelin.

Listening to the audio commentary was kind of annoying but funny when we got the penalty and all you could hear was "Giroud grabs the ball and will take the penalty", and Twitter starts freaking out with "Why is Djourou taking the penalty?!"

Ox's shot from distance was really nice technique, although the GK probably could have done better.


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He left cos your [inappropriate/removed], he left cos you [inappropriate/removed], Robin van Persie, he left cos your [inappropriate/removed].

That was a pretty funny chant from the Coventry fans.

The Arsenal had a good one for Giroud which involved Adebayor, but I can't remember it.
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