31/03/24 | Manchester City 0-0 Arsenal | Premier League

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Re: 31/03/24 | Manchester City 0-0 Arsenal | Premier League

Postby Salibatelli » Mon Apr 01, 2024 10:28 am

jayramfootball wrote:
Yesterday proved that we are able to go and take points off City at their place - having already beaten them at our place.
We have undoubtedly been the best team in the league since the turn of the year.
In that run of 'cannon fodder' - we beat Liverpool 3-1 and absolutely demolished your beloved Newcastle and handed West Ham their biggest home defeat in their PL history. As I said, you make yourself look a bigger and bigger clown the more you try and belittle Arsenal.

Everywhere you turn you end up back in your corner and you keep doubling down instead of simply admitting you were wrong about the club, the direction we are headed, the position we are in, and the manager.

To be honest your extreme narcissism was quite funny at one point - now it's boring.


So we got a draw that has now left us not in control of our own destiny after parking the bus WOW :lol:

The best team in the league wins the league, those are the facts, if we don’t win it we’re not, moreover the manner of the result yesterday and the way we played with fear and no ambition points otherwise.

What did I tell you about using the word narcissism, don’t use words you don’t understand, another example of not learning from your mistakes.

I got to say you’re a terrible amateur psychologist.
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Re: 31/03/24 | Manchester City 0-0 Arsenal | Premier League

Postby alexis2015finalgoal » Mon Apr 01, 2024 1:34 pm

I'm happy with a draw. f**k those who say it's not good to celebrate a draw. We usually go there are get smoked, so to nullify them was pleasing. It shows we can defend and that we have the mentality to progress. That will be the key, if anything. We have 9 cup finals in the league, and two for certain in the CL. Bayern lost to BVB so will be coming at us as it's their last hope.
But we kept Haaland quiet, and Keane was right to say he's limited. Apart from in-the-box positioning and strength, he's weak compared to other PL great strikers like Henry, Shearer, Aguero, Drogba, Owen, etc. de Bruyne was dead, and Pep's only trump card was bringing on Doku and Grealish who offered very little. Silva had some nice tricks but little end product, and the Foden/Saka debate was moot since whilst Saka wasn't amazing, Foden wasn't much better.
Pep as the GOAT manager bottled it, and we managed them. In three games this season, they've hardly laid a glove on us and they sold the player who actually scored against us (Palmer).
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Re: 31/03/24 | Manchester City 0-0 Arsenal | Premier League

Postby Salibatelli » Mon Apr 01, 2024 2:53 pm

I don’t think a draw is a great result for either team, thought it’s marginally better for us given we were dominated and were away.

But then also they had most of their defence missing and we barely tested them and this is despite us being at the top of our form and them not being.

The other thing is we’re not longer in control, it’s out of our hands and if all teams won all their games we’d miss out, never going to cede control at this stage, this is actually when you need to seize control.
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Re: 31/03/24 | Manchester City 0-0 Arsenal | Premier League

Postby KG3 » Mon Apr 01, 2024 9:28 pm

Salibatelli wrote:I don’t think a draw is a great result for either team, thought it’s marginally better for us given we were dominated and were away.

But then also they had most of their defence missing and we barely tested them and this is despite us being at the top of our form and them not being.

The other thing is we’re not longer in control, it’s out of our hands and if all teams won all their games we’d miss out, never going to cede control at this stage, this is actually when you need to seize control.


Give it a rest with your negative nonsense, title races go down until the last day

01/02 - 29 games

1. United 61 pts
2. Arsenal 60 pts
3. Liverpool 56 pts

01/02 - 38 games

1. Arsenal 87 pts
2. Liverpool 80 pts
3. United 77 pts


02/03 - 29 games

1. Arsenal 63 pts
2. United 58 pts

02/03 - 38 games

1. United 83 pts
2. Arsenal 78 pts



11/12 - 29 games

1. United 70 pts
2. Man City 69 points

11/12 - 38 games

1. Man City 89 pts (64 GD)
2. United 89 pts (56 GD)



22/23 - 29 games

1. Arsenal 72 pts
2. Man City 67 pts

22/23 - 38 games

1. Man City 89 pts
2. Arsenal 84 pts

Just a few examples of teams who were top after 29 games, some with bigger gaps than Liverpool currently have over us and they still managed to lose the title, the point is nothing is guaranteed until we are mathematically out of the race, this might even go down to goal difference this season and currently we have the best so that’s a positive!
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Re: 31/03/24 | Manchester City 0-0 Arsenal | Premier League

Postby jayramfootball » Tue Apr 02, 2024 6:00 am

KG3 wrote:
Salibatelli wrote:I don’t think a draw is a great result for either team, thought it’s marginally better for us given we were dominated and were away.

But then also they had most of their defence missing and we barely tested them and this is despite us being at the top of our form and them not being.

The other thing is we’re not longer in control, it’s out of our hands and if all teams won all their games we’d miss out, never going to cede control at this stage, this is actually when you need to seize control.


Give it a rest with your negative nonsense, title races go down until the last day

01/02 - 29 games

1. United 61 pts
2. Arsenal 60 pts
3. Liverpool 56 pts

01/02 - 38 games

1. Arsenal 87 pts
2. Liverpool 80 pts
3. United 77 pts


02/03 - 29 games

1. Arsenal 63 pts
2. United 58 pts

02/03 - 38 games

1. United 83 pts
2. Arsenal 78 pts



11/12 - 29 games

1. United 70 pts
2. Man City 69 points

11/12 - 38 games

1. Man City 89 pts (64 GD)
2. United 89 pts (56 GD)



22/23 - 29 games

1. Arsenal 72 pts
2. Man City 67 pts

22/23 - 38 games

1. Man City 89 pts
2. Arsenal 84 pts

Just a few examples of teams who were top after 29 games, some with bigger gaps than Liverpool currently have over us and they still managed to lose the title, the point is nothing is guaranteed until we are mathematically out of the race, this might even go down to goal difference this season and currently we have the best so that’s a positive!


Yes.
2pts hardly much of a gap and if we maintain our goal difference advantage then Liverpool could not even afford to draw 1 game if we win ours. People getting caught up in the drama and not thinking straight.
None of the top 3 have even secured a top 4 finish yet.
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Re: 31/03/24 | Manchester City 0-0 Arsenal | Premier League

Postby Salibatelli » Tue Apr 02, 2024 9:31 am

KG3 wrote:
Salibatelli wrote:I don’t think a draw is a great result for either team, thought it’s marginally better for us given we were dominated and were away.

But then also they had most of their defence missing and we barely tested them and this is despite us being at the top of our form and them not being.

The other thing is we’re not longer in control, it’s out of our hands and if all teams won all their games we’d miss out, never going to cede control at this stage, this is actually when you need to seize control.


Give it a rest with your negative nonsense, title races go down until the last day

01/02 - 29 games

1. United 61 pts
2. Arsenal 60 pts
3. Liverpool 56 pts

01/02 - 38 games

1. Arsenal 87 pts
2. Liverpool 80 pts
3. United 77 pts


02/03 - 29 games

1. Arsenal 63 pts
2. United 58 pts

02/03 - 38 games

1. United 83 pts
2. Arsenal 78 pts



11/12 - 29 games

1. United 70 pts
2. Man City 69 points

11/12 - 38 games

1. Man City 89 pts (64 GD)
2. United 89 pts (56 GD)



22/23 - 29 games

1. Arsenal 72 pts
2. Man City 67 pts

22/23 - 38 games

1. Man City 89 pts
2. Arsenal 84 pts

Just a few examples of teams who were top after 29 games, some with bigger gaps than Liverpool currently have over us and they still managed to lose the title, the point is nothing is guaranteed until we are mathematically out of the race, this might even go down to goal difference this season and currently we have the best so that’s a positive!


Sometimes they do sometimes they don’t, its never great to no longer be in control of your destiny however.

I’m not sure what that proves, sometimes teams win it from not being top after 29 games, yes obviously, equally many times they don’t.
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Re: 31/03/24 | Manchester City 0-0 Arsenal | Premier League

Postby KG3 » Tue Apr 02, 2024 6:36 pm

Salibatelli wrote:
KG3 wrote:
Salibatelli wrote:I don’t think a draw is a great result for either team, thought it’s marginally better for us given we were dominated and were away.

But then also they had most of their defence missing and we barely tested them and this is despite us being at the top of our form and them not being.

The other thing is we’re not longer in control, it’s out of our hands and if all teams won all their games we’d miss out, never going to cede control at this stage, this is actually when you need to seize control.


Give it a rest with your negative nonsense, title races go down until the last day

01/02 - 29 games

1. United 61 pts
2. Arsenal 60 pts
3. Liverpool 56 pts

01/02 - 38 games

1. Arsenal 87 pts
2. Liverpool 80 pts
3. United 77 pts


02/03 - 29 games

1. Arsenal 63 pts
2. United 58 pts

02/03 - 38 games

1. United 83 pts
2. Arsenal 78 pts



11/12 - 29 games

1. United 70 pts
2. Man City 69 points

11/12 - 38 games

1. Man City 89 pts (64 GD)
2. United 89 pts (56 GD)



22/23 - 29 games

1. Arsenal 72 pts
2. Man City 67 pts

22/23 - 38 games

1. Man City 89 pts
2. Arsenal 84 pts

Just a few examples of teams who were top after 29 games, some with bigger gaps than Liverpool currently have over us and they still managed to lose the title, the point is nothing is guaranteed until we are mathematically out of the race, this might even go down to goal difference this season and currently we have the best so that’s a positive!


Sometimes they do sometimes they don’t, its never great to no longer be in control of your destiny however.

I’m not sure what that proves, sometimes teams win it from not being top after 29 games, yes obviously, equally many times they don’t.


My point is the way you’ve been going on since the city game with 99% of your posts it’s like the title is already lost, clearly it’s not impossible this isn’t a farmers league all the smaller teams are capable of beating any of the top 3, so until it’s mathematically impossible the title race goes on!
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Re: 31/03/24 | Manchester City 0-0 Arsenal | Premier League

Postby Losmeister » Wed Apr 03, 2024 1:47 am

The rampant negativity..smfh...
Excellent result.

Props to elkano for keeping it real
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