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18 minutes ago, bradowl said:

Mates have been telling me how well they played and that all decisions went against them, VAR blah blah blah

 

I only watched second half and apart from a short spell just after half time they weren't much better than previous games, just the threat of long throws to two forwards. 

 

Arsenal weren't great themselves and looked vulnerable at back. 

The standard of the premiership is poor compared to previous seasons and Arsenal are a typical example of this  .  Since Wenger has left they have become a mediocre mid table side .Other clubs like Man.utd are way behind their standards of the past. 

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2 minutes ago, gizowl said:

The standard of the premiership is poor compared to previous seasons and Arsenal are a typical example of this  .  Since Wenger has left they have become a mediocre mid table side .Other clubs like Man.utd are way behind their standards of the past. 

 

Arsenal were in decline under Wenger in his final few seasons but even then could still turn it on, always at least challenged for top 4 and invariably won a cup playing attractive football on their day.

Since he left they have got continually worse and now have no identity, no clear direction and a lot of work to do to get anywhere near top 4 nowadays.  

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4 minutes ago, hirstyboywonder said:

 

Arsenal were in decline under Wenger in his final few seasons but even then could still turn it on, always at least challenged for top 4 and invariably won a cup playing attractive football on their day.

Since he left they have got continually worse and now have no identity, no clear direction and a lot of work to do to get anywhere near top 4 nowadays.  

Agree totally, Arsenal fans were wanting Wenger gone a few years before he did go which is a typical example of being careful what you wish for. 

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15 minutes ago, hirstyboywonder said:

 

Arsenal were in decline under Wenger in his final few seasons but even then could still turn it on, always at least challenged for top 4 and invariably won a cup playing attractive football on their day.

Since he left they have got continually worse and now have no identity, no clear direction and a lot of work to do to get anywhere near top 4 nowadays.  

Wenger had a system and stuck to it.

 

Now Arsenal is just rudderless and handing out deals to past-it chancers. 

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7 minutes ago, SallyCinnamon said:

Wilder is losing it. When they lose he’s the most bitter man in the world. It’s great. 

 

I wonder if Wilder will still be there to celebrate 100 years without a major trophy 2025 ? 95 Years and counting lol

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1 hour ago, SallyCinnamon said:

Wilder is losing it. When they lose he’s the most bitter man in the world. It’s great. 

Hello Sally thought you'd gone into hiding, What did you think of Nuhui today,have asked on your Nuhui thread but you seem to be ignoring it, can't think why.🤑

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39 minutes ago, gizowl said:

Hello Sally thought you'd gone into hiding, What did you think of Nuhui today,have asked on your Nuhui thread but you seem to be ignoring it, can't think why.🤑

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Looking at how Wilder has spent money this season, getting a bit of an easy ride. 

 

What I can gather, they've spent near on £30m on their new front two, and have 9 goals between them. They signed that midfielder for £25m and don't think he's pulled up any trees. 

 

Not sure how much wages Rodwell and Morrison were on, but another load chucked down the toilet. 

 

Henderson has been class for them, can see him being England's number 1 soon enough. If he doesn't stay it'd be a massive blow. Could see them going for Hart. 

 

Wilder has worked wonders for them with a consistent group for the past few years. Proved me wrong a lot in that time, really not sure what he's like with big money though. 

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3 hours ago, SallyCinnamon said:

Wilder is losing it. When they lose he’s the most bitter man in the world. It’s great. 

He really is a charmless old troll.

 

At least Warnock put on a performance with the pantomime villainry.

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28 minutes ago, CalmJimmers said:

Looking at how Wilder has spent money this season, getting a bit of an easy ride. 

 

What I can gather, they've spent near on £30m on their new front two, and have 9 goals between them. They signed that midfielder for £25m and don't think he's pulled up any trees. 

 

Not sure how much wages Rodwell and Morrison were on, but another load chucked down the toilet. 

 

Henderson has been class for them, can see him being England's number 1 soon enough. If he doesn't stay it'd be a massive blow. Could see them going for Hart. 

 

Wilder has worked wonders for them with a consistent group for the past few years. Proved me wrong a lot in that time, really not sure what he's like with big money though. 

It's ok when. you gave a team of players grateful for the shirt especially in the premier league and you ask them to run through walls for you. But when you spend the big bucks you might get somebody who says thanks but no thanks do you know who I am and who I used to play for?

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1 hour ago, CalmJimmers said:

Looking at how Wilder has spent money this season, getting a bit of an easy ride. 

 

What I can gather, they've spent near on £30m on their new front two, and have 9 goals between them. They signed that midfielder for £25m and don't think he's pulled up any trees. 

 

Not sure how much wages Rodwell and Morrison were on, but another load chucked down the toilet. 

 

Henderson has been class for them, can see him being England's number 1 soon enough. If he doesn't stay it'd be a massive blow. Could see them going for Hart. 

 

Wilder has worked wonders for them with a consistent group for the past few years. Proved me wrong a lot in that time, really not sure what he's like with big money though. 


I think Rodwell and Morrison were cheap gambles, to be fair. It all smacks of tests of Wilder’s management prowess which I think are being taken for his own egotistical means. By this, I think he wants to be doing a Clough-style signing to turn their careers around and get the best out of the players. Which going on how much mileage he has got from the current lot, isn’t too outlandish.

 

I thought that their transfer dealings have been okay overall, I mean none of their Premier League signings have been much cop, have they? It all just speaks volumes about how good their players from the season before have done this season.

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