Arsenal(A) - Post Match Thread

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Interesting tactical analysis, especially on the roles of our fullbacks and wingers and how it differed from the 4-3-3 we played last season.
 

uwe rosler 28

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Thought Sergio looked really sharp and put a right good shift in think this may be his best ever season for us injuries permitting
 

John Oliver

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Didn’t see the game. Reading through the comments here there comes through a down to earth assessment , great result but still more to do

From watching highlights,main image that lasts is of Sterling’s goal. Maybe he deserves a bit more credit for performance.

Regarding the overall squad, some concern now re goalkeepers.
 

dannyboy29

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Didn’t see the game. Reading through the comments here there comes through a down to earth assessment , great result but still more to do

From watching highlights,main image that lasts is of Sterling’s goal. Maybe he deserves a bit more credit for performance.

Regarding the overall squad, some concern now re goalkeepers.


No concern for goalkeepers at all, Ederson hasn't played a competitive match for 3 months so one or two were passes were a bit rusty. He still played some very nice passes and kept a clean sheet.
 

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that young lad at left back who walker destroyed and had to go off,seems like he has a fractured leg,think someone said he was a midfielder but they had to play him at left back,poor fucker he got ripped to bits literally
 

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