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The Official Arsenal Thread (Volume2)

The Official Arsenal Thread (Volume2)

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GLENRED

8,273 posts

114 months

Tuesday 24th April 2012
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Booey said:
RacingPete said:
It has been announced today that Booey has been named PFA Poster of the year, here on the Arsenal thread. Unlike the football award these initials stand for Positivism Favouring Arsenal and won the award clearly ahead of any of the pessimistic Arsenal fans that frequent these boards.

Recent posts saw him achieve this great accolade, with everyone remembering the skilfully worded "Wilshere and Arteta are up there with Xavi and Iniesta on their day".

Though it wasn't just his performance at the back end of the season that sealed the trophy - when 2-0 down at Sunderland a brilliant one-two of positivity on the thread saw this "Have you never seen Arsenal come back in a cup tie? Don't speak too soon."

Booey was unable to comment on the award as he was too busy trying to emulate the shot of RVP in his bedroom wearing an Arsenal kit. wink
rofl

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Thanks Pete.
Well deserved clap

Booey

7,573 posts

88 months

Tuesday 24th April 2012
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Holding onto 3rd is looking a lot more important after the Chelsea result tonight.

Cheib

10,739 posts

83 months

Wednesday 25th April 2012
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Booey said:
Holding onto 3rd is looking a lot more important after the Chelsea result tonight.

Doesn't it just. I actually think Arsenal have the best run in

Stoke away
Norwich home
West Brom away

Stoke away is probably the hardest fixture but none of these teams are fighting for anything other than prize money

Newcastle

Wigan away
Chelsea away
Man City home
Everton away

All hard games

Spurs

Blackburn home
Bolton away
Villa away
Fulham home

Three of those four are in the relegation zone

Chelsea

QPR home
Newcastle home
Liverpool away
Blackburn home

Not an easy game there. I can't see Chelsea making up the ground....third has to be out of their reach?

Black can man

21,409 posts

76 months

Wednesday 25th April 2012
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Cheib said:
Booey said:
Holding onto 3rd is looking a lot more important after the Chelsea result tonight.

Doesn't it just. I actually think Arsenal have the best run in

Stoke away
Norwich home
West Brom away

Stoke away is probably the hardest fixture but none of these teams are fighting for anything other than prize money

Newcastle

Wigan away
Chelsea away
Man City home
Everton away

All hard games

Spurs

Blackburn home
Bolton away
Villa away
Fulham home

Three of those four are in the relegation zone

Chelsea

QPR home
Newcastle home
Liverpool away
Blackburn home

Not an easy game there. I can't see Chelsea making up the ground....third has to be out of their reach?
The Spurs defeat at Q P R was a massive blow for Spurs , you'll get 3rd at a canter


digikal

2,202 posts

57 months

Wednesday 25th April 2012
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Arsenal charging away fans £70 next season!!! ridiculous!
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bikerPaul

1,109 posts

118 months

Wednesday 25th April 2012
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digikal said:
Arsenal charging away fans £70 next season!!! ridiculous!
Don't go then.

mickk

18,086 posts

150 months

Wednesday 25th April 2012
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bikerPaul said:
digikal said:
Arsenal charging away fans £70 next season!!! ridiculous!
Don't go then.
laugh

GLENRED

8,273 posts

114 months

Wednesday 25th April 2012
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mickk said:
bikerPaul said:
digikal said:
Arsenal charging away fans £70 next season!!! ridiculous!
Don't go then.
laugh
Hard to argue with that logic hehe

melvster

6,794 posts

93 months

Wednesday 25th April 2012
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Great CL Semi final so far.

Cheib

10,739 posts

83 months

Friday 27th April 2012
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How about this for a theory.....Guardiola takes a year off then next year Wenger takes a move upstairs and Pep comes in as Manger confused

Keyser Soze

16,272 posts

99 months

Friday 27th April 2012
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Cheib said:
How about this for a theory.....Guardiola takes a year off then next year Wenger takes a move upstairs and Pep comes in as Manger confused
I think it will be you or us for sure

Black can man

21,409 posts

76 months

Friday 27th April 2012
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What about Pep for England , i'd like that

Allyc85

6,081 posts

94 months

Friday 27th April 2012
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Cheib said:
How about this for a theory.....Guardiola takes a year off then next year Wenger takes a move upstairs and Pep comes in as Manger confused
Its a very nice thought, it would be interesting to see how he would get on with our transfer/wage policy.

CIE560

14,938 posts

101 months

Friday 27th April 2012
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Keyser Soze said:
Cheib said:
How about this for a theory.....Guardiola takes a year off then next year Wenger takes a move upstairs and Pep comes in as Manger confused
I think it will be you or us for sure
Really? I've no idea where he'll go, couldn't even make a guess...

Booey

7,573 posts

88 months

Friday 27th April 2012
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I would like to see that Cheib.

Can't see him at United or Chelsea. United because there is not much to achieve there and not Chelsea because the owner is a censored.

In my opinion it will be either City or Arsenal. I would love to see him at Arsenal because I think he will keep and develop our style of football. He also has relationships with the best players in the world a could tempt a few to North London. With that in mind however, if City fail to win big trophies next year, I can see them paying through the nose to get him in Manchester and he may be tempted by their transfer fund and squad.

If he wants a project to get stuck into and if he wants to keep playing attractive football he should seriously consider Arsenal if Wenger is willing to go upstairs. He is the only manager I can think of who I would feel 100% confident in from day one. The dressing room will have massive respect for him and with good reason. I also like the variation he plays with and the obscure formations he has been known to play.

I watched the press conference earlier today and Wenger clearly has a lot of respect for him. I imagine they will enjoy working together.

Where he ends up is anybodies guess really but you never know our luck..

CIE560

14,938 posts

101 months

Friday 27th April 2012
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There's not a lot to achieve at United, but you'd love to see him at Arsenal?

obob

4,193 posts

102 months

Friday 27th April 2012
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Booey said:
I would like to see that Cheib.

Can't see him at United or Chelsea. United because there is not much to achieve there and not Chelsea because the owner is a censored.

In my opinion it will be either City or Arsenal. I would love to see him at Arsenal because I think he will keep and develop our style of football. He also has relationships with the best players in the world a could tempt a few to North London. With that in mind however, if City fail to win big trophies next year, I can see them paying through the nose to get him in Manchester and he may be tempted by their transfer fund and squad.

If he wants a project to get stuck into and if he wants to keep playing attractive football he should seriously consider Arsenal if Wenger is willing to go upstairs. He is the only manager I can think of who I would feel 100% confident in from day one. The dressing room will have massive respect for him and with good reason. I also like the variation he plays with and the obscure formations he has been known to play.

I watched the press conference earlier today and Wenger clearly has a lot of respect for him. I imagine they will enjoy working together.

Where he ends up is anybodies guess really but you never know our luck..
Interesting formations indeed. At one point against Chelsea they were playing 1-5-4!

Smart Mart

6,876 posts

123 months

Friday 27th April 2012
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I reckon it'll be Man United in a years time. Gives SAF one last year at the top and also allows Pep to enjoy a year's sabbatical as he wants. He can shadow SAF for the next twelve months, watch them in training and generally prepare himself for the smoothest of transitions.

obob

4,193 posts

102 months

Friday 27th April 2012
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Smart Mart said:
I reckon it'll be Man United in a years time. Gives SAF one last year at the top and also allows Pep to enjoy a year's sabbatical as he wants. He can shadow SAF for the next twelve months, watch them in training and generally prepare himself for the smoothest of transitions.
Can't see it myself. I'd say Man City or Chelsea or Anzhi Makalele

Booey

7,573 posts

88 months

Saturday 28th April 2012
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Sky Bet have us as favourites for Pep's next club.



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