All_Arsenal_1886 wrote:8th IMO Eboue was shocking
I don't remember seeing him make a succesfull run, pass or challenge...I lost count of how many times he backed out of 50/50 balls.absolutely_fabregas wrote:All_Arsenal_1886 wrote:8th IMO Eboue was shocking
i think u r being a bit harsh on eboue mate, he put a decent shift in although he didnt really offer his usual crosses darting runs etc
absolutely_fabregas wrote:i wouldntplay eboue on sat though i dont think, i would rather diaby.
chrisbishop69 wrote:Midfield against Utd will be Rosicky, Cesc, Flamini, Hleb.
who would u play up front coz i think that will be key
All_Arsenal_1886 wrote:absolutely_fabregas wrote:i wouldntplay eboue on sat though i dont think, i would rather diaby.
Firstly i would play Eboue over Diaby, Diaby isn't a wide player and If Eboue put in a decent shift why wouldn't you play him against Utd?
Midfield against Utd will be Rosicky, Cesc, Flamini, Hleb.
the scale: shocker--bad--quiet--decent shift--lively--good--amazing
decent shift doesnt mean a good performance
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