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« Reply #4020 on: November 09, 2019, 12:57:29 PM »

Still some 3-1 and 7-2 around, which is going to look very big going into the international break if they lose at Leicester and nothing earthshattering happens in the Soton v Everton game.

No surprise to see him booted over the weekend if they lose this ebenink.

I hope you're right, but I've been hearing via my sauces that Emery's contract is actually 3-years rather than the 2-year+1 option that many of us had previously assumed, and the parsimonious nature of KSE might be a stumbling block as the settlement would now be considerably greater.



Surely worth preserving if only for it's rarity value. It's like finding an unperforated penny black.

I think a perforated penny black would be rarer than an unperforated one.

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« Reply #4021 on: November 09, 2019, 01:23:35 PM »

Are we official unter dogs versus Lester

The market is telling you that you would still be a slight underdog to Leicester even on a neutral ground.  How times change.  i remember when the gooners would be odds on away to teams like Leics and Stoke.   You never won those games but the market always thought you would haha!

Yep. How the mighty fall. I make us 9-4 so ill be going max on the arse to win today
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« Reply #4022 on: November 09, 2019, 03:28:42 PM »

Still some 3-1 and 7-2 around, which is going to look very big going into the international break if they lose at Leicester and nothing earthshattering happens in the Soton v Everton game.

No surprise to see him booted over the weekend if they lose this ebenink.

I hope you're right, but I've been hearing via my sauces that Emery's contract is actually 3-years rather than the 2-year+1 option that many of us had previously assumed, and the parsimonious nature of KSE might be a stumbling block as the settlement would now be considerably greater.



Surely worth preserving if only for it's rarity value. It's like finding an unperforated penny black.

I think a perforated penny black would be rarer than an unperforated one.

PS Whoooosh





This place is getting far to cliquey.
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« Reply #4023 on: November 09, 2019, 03:47:34 PM »

Still some 3-1 and 7-2 around, which is going to look very big going into the international break if they lose at Leicester and nothing earthshattering happens in the Soton v Everton game.

No surprise to see him booted over the weekend if they lose this ebenink.

I hope you're right, but I've been hearing via my sauces that Emery's contract is actually 3-years rather than the 2-year+1 option that many of us had previously assumed, and the parsimonious nature of KSE might be a stumbling block as the settlement would now be considerably greater.



Surely worth preserving if only for it's rarity value. It's like finding an unperforated penny black.

I think a perforated penny black would be rarer than an unperforated one.

PS Whoooosh





This place is getting far to cliquey.

Sorry. I should have just said that you had found a perforated one but I'm a bit grumpy/slow at the moment.

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« Reply #4024 on: November 09, 2019, 04:05:29 PM »

Still some 3-1 and 7-2 around, which is going to look very big going into the international break if they lose at Leicester and nothing earthshattering happens in the Soton v Everton game.

No surprise to see him booted over the weekend if they lose this ebenink.

I hope you're right, but I've been hearing via my sauces that Emery's contract is actually 3-years rather than the 2-year+1 option that many of us had previously assumed, and the parsimonious nature of KSE might be a stumbling block as the settlement would now be considerably greater.



Surely worth preserving if only for it's rarity value. It's like finding an unperforated penny black.

I think a perforated penny black would be rarer than an unperforated one.

PS Whoooosh





This place is getting far to cliquey.

Sorry. I should have just said that you had found a perforated one but I'm a bit grumpy/slow at the moment.

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No. I was referring to the fact that I didn't know about the source of the sauce.

Lets quit while were behind.
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« Reply #4025 on: November 09, 2019, 04:15:13 PM »

Still some 3-1 and 7-2 around, which is going to look very big going into the international break if they lose at Leicester and nothing earthshattering happens in the Soton v Everton game.

No surprise to see him booted over the weekend if they lose this ebenink.

I hope you're right, but I've been hearing via my sauces that Emery's contract is actually 3-years rather than the 2-year+1 option that many of us had previously assumed, and the parsimonious nature of KSE might be a stumbling block as the settlement would now be considerably greater.



Surely worth preserving if only for it's rarity value. It's like finding an unperforated penny black.

I think a perforated penny black would be rarer than an unperforated one.

PS Whoooosh





This place is getting far to cliquey.

Sorry. I should have just said that you had found a perforated one but I'm a bit grumpy/slow at the moment.

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No. I was referring to the fact that I didn't know about the source of the sauce.

Lets quit while were behind.

It all started with Sky Sports News constantly referring to "Sky sources" when they had a new uncredited story.

That soon became Sky sauces as did any subsequent footie rumours.
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« Reply #4026 on: November 09, 2019, 07:30:50 PM »

Leicester are a very good football team, sadly much better than we are,  and thoroughly deserved to win today.

The greatest compliment I can pay them is that I'm sure Arsene Wenger admires the football they are playing too.

Over to you Raul and Edu..
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« Reply #4027 on: November 09, 2019, 09:57:22 PM »

Leicester are a very good football team, sadly much better than we are,  and thoroughly deserved to win today.

The greatest compliment I can pay them is that I'm sure Arsene Wenger admires the football they are playing too.

Over to you Raul and Edu..

It is amazing watching Leicester as a semi fan as i grew up there and seeing how hungry they looked compared to Arsenal who just danced around and thought they would get a result.   It really seems that nothing has changed at Arsenal since AW left it might have got worse.
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« Reply #4028 on: November 09, 2019, 11:42:32 PM »

There are four teams playing head and shoulders above the rest.

Chelsea. Good first eleven but not a lot in reserve.

Leicester. There is no doubt that Brendan is a great man manager and his boys are flying.One of his biggest failings in his time at Anfield was his reluctance to change tactically when things were going badly.Also his use of substitutes was quite often baffling.If he has improved these areas,and Vardy stays fit , they will be a real danger.

Man City. Still playing the best football of all.Best squad by far.

Liverpool. You never quite know if you are going to get the entertaining Liverpool or the "grind it out" Liverpool.Either way they consistantly win and will keep going till the end.Have been lucky with injuries.If that changed there could be a blip.


I think it is going to be nip and tuck all the way through the season.


Arb , what price would you make them all ?
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« Reply #4029 on: November 10, 2019, 12:28:31 AM »

my opinion (which is worthless in 2019 (and 2009 before you add that)) is that lolapool are overrated and the oil boys are under rated but have injury issues.   Leics just look the bollocks to me and their GD is immense as well.  Chelski could be anything  and they are exciting because they are rookie everywhere that matters.  Manager midfield and centre forward.   Are we looking at the next version of Jose/Lamps and Drog 15 years on?   Who knows.   We really could be that look that good at tiimes.   Don't forget they lost the first game 4-0 at manure this year and mostt lol'd at people saying they were unlucky when thheey were spot on
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« Reply #4030 on: November 10, 2019, 12:51:51 AM »

you asked for prices?  see betfair haha
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« Reply #4031 on: November 10, 2019, 02:22:28 AM »

Leicester are a very good football team, sadly much better than we are,  and thoroughly deserved to win today.

The greatest compliment I can pay them is that I'm sure Arsene Wenger admires the football they are playing too.

Over to you Raul and Edu..

It is amazing watching Leicester as a semi fan as i grew up there and seeing how hungry they looked compared to Arsenal who just danced around and thought they would get a result.   It really seems that nothing has changed at Arsenal since AW left it might have got worse.

That's the nub of it but as well as lack of energy, there was no speed and quality of passing. I think someone else said it here before but you can never see a discernible plan or method with Arsenal, just a long way behind the better coached teams. We're so far adrift of top 4 that 7 or 8 places below us is only a few points back. It could look a lot worse in a few games time
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« Reply #4032 on: November 10, 2019, 04:06:11 AM »

Football Tweet @Football__Tweet
Leicester City fans chanting: "You're getting sacked in the ebening. Sacked in the ebening"

Can't beat terrace humour.
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« Reply #4033 on: November 10, 2019, 10:12:22 AM »

I know the whole article is behind a paywall but the headline speaks for itself:

https://theathletic.com/1365197/2019/11/10/exclusive-arsenal-will-not-sack-emery-and-are-100-behind-the-manager-they-believe-club-are-on-the-right-path/
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