September 27, 2012
The man is washed up as a footballer of any significance and an appeal submitted before our Saturday lunchtime war would mean he gets to play.
He needs to play, as there is not a hope in hell he will cope with the pace and movement of our midfield and strike-force.
Theo and Geo would have a field day up against the half-wit.
Bring him on.
February 17, 2010
These Champions League away legs, at the knockout stage, are not about defence.
Porto will keep this game tight, 0-0 aint the worst result for a home side in the 1st leg. Not conceding the away goal can take a team a long way in this compettion.
The 2nd leg’s are always far more open, goals tend to proliferate them… and both sides usually get on the scoresheet.
Tonight, Gallas is not a huge miss… we want an open game, we want them to think they can get at our defence, thus allowing us to counter strike.
Walcott will play tonight, he must play.
His pace on the break will get us that elusive away goal, the away goal that will help us through to meet Manure in the quarters.
Theo is so due a good game, he has not become the bad player many now believe him to be overnight.
He must be close to full fitness and sharpness following another prolonged injury break… the time is now!
The lad is a serious weapon in our Arsenal.
February 24, 2009
Life is not great at the minute for Gooners, the league table tells us Manchester United are 17pts better than us with around 10 games left to play in the Premiership. The league is a foregone conclusion, although Wenger disagrees.
“It’s not yet over because none of the teams are really convincing with the way they play,” said the Frenchman.
“Mathematically it is not over and I feel Man United could have dropped points easily against Blackburn on Saturday.
“For me no-one is dominating this championship in the way they play.”
Manchester United are a much better squad than Arsenal at present. A fully fit first 11 would yield another winner.
So, tonight brings an opportunity for some relief from our stuttering league campaign in the shape of a 2nd Round tie, in the Champions League against the Italian side, Roma.
Team selection is vital, we do not currently have a best 11 to play week in week, due to injuries. Fabregras has clearly been missed, but I also think the biggest miss has been pace on the break.
Walcott has been a huge miss!
In Carlos Vela, our young Mexican wonderkid, we have a player very similar to Walcott in that they can both play as out and out wingers and also as centre forwards. Vela is also deceptively pacey and has a better touch than Walcott.
He is a player of immense talent, and has to be played from the off tonight at the Emirates. He showed last week, against Cardiff City, his pace and trickery is a big advantage to the way this Arsenal team can break from defence to attack in 2 passes.
Eduardo’s first goal was majestically set up for him by some clever wing play from the Mexcian. He could do the same tonight with a booming home crowd roaring on the players, Bendter being the main striker to take advantage of delieveries into the box.
I expect a win tonight, with Bendter scoring the match winner.