Arsenal 2017/18

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  1. Vienna_70

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    The rags' only discernible plan for Sanchez was to stop us acquiring him.
     
  2. malg

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    Fair play, that's a good result tonight.
     
  3. waspish

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    I’m sure Wenger see a performance like tonight and think next year could be there year.
     
  4. jimharri

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    The boys from AFTV (not counting Ty, obviously) will be gutted tonight.
     
  5. Vienna_70

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    Wenger in blud.

    You know what I’m sayin', fam?
     
  6. M18CTID

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    Yeah, that exact thought crossed my mind too!
     
  7. Dave S

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    Thought AC Milan were better than that. Not a good side at all.
     
  8. KCblue

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    Still far too many good sides left in this for me to think they could win it. Night and day the quality compared to last year at this stage
     
  9. Pell

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    Whenever Wenger is on the ropes, he always seems to pull off a result. Last season it was the FA Cup, season before they had a strong finish and ended up second, the back to back FA Cup wins before then, scraping a CL place, and so on. He should still step down at the end of the season regardless what happens next though. Still not sure they will win the EL though, Milan are a team very much in transition, Arsenal's experience was the difference last night, and its a much stronger Europa League then last year, which was one of the weakest in years.
     
  10. Dave Ewing's Back 'eader

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    I must admit I do have a little chuckle every time Arsene 'doesn't see' something that has 'controversial' written all over it. If I were his employers I'd have sacked him long ago for not paying sufficient attention to what goes on during the game. He didn't see Wellshite 'tumble' in the area last night. He will have to see the replay! He's done it for years. It's a great 'shut up' to hacks. If you haven't 'seen' anything you can't comment!
     
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