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The Dragon
13 Aug 21 21:54
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wheres the market for this on bf?

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By:
TOP3MAN
When: 13 Aug 21 21:55
getting sacked in the morning, your getting sacked in the morning.

will be ringing around the emirates on first home game
By:
EastLower Gooner
When: 13 Aug 21 22:00
Sacking is too good.

Stick him and Xhaka in a grinder and feed the remains to Gunnersaurus.
By:
TOP3MAN
When: 13 Aug 21 22:08

Aug 13, 2021 -- 10:00PM, EastLower Gooner wrote:


Sacking is too good.Stick him and Xhaka in a grinder and feed the remains to Gunnersaurus.


LOL....... Ozil will pay for that

By:
The Dragon
When: 15 Aug 21 12:02
best price 10/3 with William Hill worth a small dabble as they have a few tough fixtures coming up
By:
G Hall
When: 15 Aug 21 12:42
You couldn't really call him a manager though.
By:
1st time poster
When: 15 Aug 21 14:12
2 words sum up ARSENAL FOOTBALL CLUB
calum chambers,wasnr good enough 6 yrs ago now a 100 signings later /3 managers later he,s a starter, LaughLaugh,
gooners unlucky that all of his loan clubs saw what for some reason arteta cant see, Laugh
By:
ImSoLuckyLucky!
When: 15 Aug 21 15:29
Perhaps Bruce is a better bet
Laugh
By:
gibmark
When: 15 Aug 21 17:01
Vieira 1st i reckon , Arteta close 2nd
By:
ImSoLuckyLucky!
When: 15 Aug 21 18:59
Arse level with the champions
CITEH
Not that BAD
Laugh
By:
lurka
When: 15 Aug 21 19:54
https://www.betfair.com/exchange/plus/football/market/1.186416900

market up
By:
The Dragon
When: 22 Aug 21 17:58
looking goodWink
By:
LoyalHoncho
When: 24 Aug 21 15:56
Very salient point about Chambers.  His assistant didn't look up to it either against Lukaku at the weekend.  Arsenal look lost at sea without a rudder at present and it's going to be a long, long way back.  It could take twenty years to recover on the park.
By:
The Dragon
When: 24 Aug 21 16:28
wba  in the league cup tonight is just what he doesnt want
By:
The Dragon
When: 24 Aug 21 16:32
2.5 fav on bf
By:
everyone's a winner
When: 24 Aug 21 18:16
tomorrow night but yeah, could be a lay against the baggies
By:
The Dragon
When: 24 Aug 21 18:58
sorry yes tomorrow night
By:
SirNorbertClarke
When: 25 Aug 21 08:58
Arsenal are playing City at the weekend so doubt they'll field a strong team. WBA have other interests this season so they too will almost certainly field kids. I don't know why they don't rename this cup the U23 EPL.
By:
The Dragon
When: 26 Aug 21 16:50
you were right nobby 0-6, so no axe falling just yet. they defo need to put a performance at citeh
By:
LoyalHoncho
When: 27 Aug 21 06:00
A friend pointed out to me that West Brom made 11 changes and handed out various debuts to younger players.  Presumably to rest the better players with a view to the domestic season?!
What a disrespect of Arsenal that is.  Must feel like a kick in the teeth.
However, losing 0-6 to anyone is not at all good.  Seems a strange strategy.
By:
SirNorbertClarke
When: 27 Aug 21 08:44
Why would WBA risk any of their championship starting 11 for a cup run when their absolute priority is automatic promotion to the PL?
By:
ImSoLuckyLucky!
When: 28 Aug 21 12:49
Should find sum defenders if he wishes to continue be a
MANAGER

Laugh
By:
The Dragon
When: 28 Aug 21 14:36
5-0  hopint to collect on my bet now must be a dead man walking surely
By:
SirNorbertClarke
When: 28 Aug 21 15:07
And get Big Sam in?
By:
everyone's a winner
When: 28 Aug 21 15:08
about 1.7 last i looked. I laid a bit at 1.72, these manager sackings have a way of not going as expected, even though of course he's struggling just now, so it wouldn't be that much of a shock if he goes. we'll see
By:
ImSoLuckyLucky!
When: 28 Aug 21 15:10
Just as well they beat wba by 6 goals
a plus 1 goal this week

LaughLaughLaughLaughLaughLaugh
By:
The Dragon
When: 28 Aug 21 15:10
im on at 10/3
By:
Giuseppe
When: 28 Aug 21 16:01
couple of relegation six pointers coming up against Norwich and Burnley

maybe they'll wait until after those?
By:
gibmark
When: 28 Aug 21 16:06
Vieira 1st to go
By:
1st time poster
When: 29 Aug 21 11:11
thats the point any club with ambition would be getting rid now,they didnt employ arteta to  beat norwich and burnley, results against those just paper over cracks everyone can see,till next tough game and the circus starts all over again
By:
The Dragon
When: 29 Aug 21 15:28
spot on first time
By:
gibmark
When: 29 Aug 21 16:07
lose to Norwich and he is gone !
By:
everyone's a winner
When: 26 Sep 21 18:10
probably safe for a bit now
By:
Whisperingdeath
When: 26 Sep 21 18:20
I am seriously worried Spurs might pip Arsenal to Big Sam on Boxing Day
By:
unitedbiscuits
When: 26 Sep 21 18:29
Ole, ole ole ole..
By:
BULLET TOOTH TONY
When: 27 Sep 21 22:02
Nuno be gone by next weds
By:
G Hall
When: 27 Sep 21 23:09
See what Tottenham did yesterday keeping ARTETA in a job, short term pain,for long term gain.
By:
mesmerised
When: 28 Sep 21 01:22
Arteta seemed doomed to fail because his methods looked to be a continuation of Wenger Mark 2, possession based football, the first 45 minutes was more reminiscent of Wenger's football in the first 10 years, counter attacking football. That was only the 12th time Arteta has been at the Emirates as manager in front of a full crowd, must count. Next 5 matches all winnable, needs to keep going for the jugular to get the fans onside. It was great to watch, when you have players like Saka, Smith-Rowe and Auba, don't start passing it around the back, you can easily defend against that unless you are City with City's players and City's manager, you can't easily defend against pace and power.

That's where Wenger went wrong, changed philosophy and started recruiting a load of diminutive munchkin midfielders, years of watching a BTEC Barcelona, Kind Regards.
By:
Whisperingdeath
When: 28 Sep 21 13:21
Well it looked like people were running off the ball again because they thought they might ashley get a forward pass.

I have some faith in the younger players.

Hopefully this is not a Spurs Master Plan.
By:
lurka
When: 28 Sep 21 14:13
You can defend against pace and power if you sit back. I wouldn't call any of Arsenal's front 3 particularly powerful either, they're all lightweights. Spurs played a high line with their midfield pushed up and left themselves wide open. Most teams don't do that against Arsenal. They sit back and look to expose Arsenal's defence which isn't watertight, eg Brentford. United also struggle against teams who play like this.
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