Wenger Inn...

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Postby EliteKiller » Sun Mar 04, 2018 2:25 am

Zenith wrote:
EliteKiller wrote:
Tony_Adams wrote: Lets give him until January 2019 then. Give mikki and auba chance to adapt and give him the summer to sign a DM and CB. If he doesn’t then wait til January. Then criticise him if we still don’t have a CB and DM.

He deserves one last chance.


WTF - We're nearer relegation than the title .... our players are running down contracts .... our stadium is half empty ... WE ARE FECKED .... and still some deluded fools say this? how brainwashed can you be?

Let me refer you to this post.


:arse fan: fair enough .... thought he'd gone insane ....
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Re: Wenger Inn...

Postby Tony_Adams » Sun Mar 04, 2018 8:37 am

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Re: Wenger Inn...

Postby theHotHead » Sun Mar 04, 2018 9:49 am

Wenger In !!! I want 5 more years of this at least.

I have an appointment with a dominatrix every day next week, hope she kicks me in the nuts good !
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Postby Denis_E » Sun Mar 04, 2018 3:39 pm

theHotHead wrote:Wenger In !!! I want 5 more years of this at least.

I have an appointment with a dominatrix every day next week, hope she kicks me in the nuts good !


That would still be bettet than watching this arsenal ‘team’
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Postby UFGN » Sun Mar 04, 2018 3:43 pm

Actually

I've changed my mind.
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Re: Wenger Inn...

Postby starmandb » Sun Mar 04, 2018 7:55 pm

theHotHead wrote:Wenger In !!! I want 5 more years of this at least.

I have an appointment with a dominatrix every day next week, hope she kicks me in the nuts good !

This is for picking gallas up off the pitch
This is for leaving arshavin out the fa cup semi final
This is for having almunia as number 1 for 3 years
This is for mismanaging the Monaco tie
Please mistress
I don't want another
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Re: Wenger Inn...

Postby Tony_Adams » Sun Mar 04, 2018 9:45 pm

Callum wrote:My own personal opinion is that whilst this run is relatively short, and that there is a long way to go this season, there's something about the side this season that gives me some confidence that we're on the verge of something special. The Ozil signing has been vital, as it not only has brought a genuinely world class player to our club, but it's elevated us in terms of status. We are no longer a selling club, and we are prepared to spend when we need to - it is a signing that made the rest of Europe take notice. It has lifted the players and the fans, and there's a certain aura around the club that hasn't been here since the Invincibles. This side has a long way to go until it can be compared to those great players but it is, in my eyes, the first time in a decade that we will be feared by our opponents.

It has felt over the last few years that teams have seen Arsenal as something of a soft touch, and that if you rough us up a bit then you'll might end up victorious. Those days appear to be behind us - not only do we have a very good defense, but there seems to be a mentality amongst the side that was missing in years gone by. The players seem to love playing together and get on well, and when we suffer setbacks in games we are now able to hold out and grind out results in the way that we used to do.

Wenger, for all of his faults. has been building the side for two years as far as I can see it. The sales of Nasri and Fabregas hurt him, I'm sure, as did the 8-2 at Old Trafford. He could have walked away at that point and given up on his vision for this club, and he would have had his fair share of suitors. Instead, for better or for worse, he's rode out the storm and I truly hope we are coming through to the promised lands. His faith in older players, such as Arteta and Mertesacker, has added some stability to our side. The likes of Koscielny and Giroud have grown as players until his tutelage, despite coming from modest footballing backgrounds. His faith in Aaron Ramsey, amongst all others, seems to have resulted in us having one of the best young midfielders in Europe dominating games for us. It's all starting to look quite rosy and I really, truly hope that Wenger can bring the glory days back to Arsenal and stick two fingers at all those who mocked and laughed at him, and those who walked away.


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Re: Wenger Inn...

Postby Ach » Sun Mar 04, 2018 9:47 pm

Lol
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Re: Wenger Inn...

Postby Zanatos3 » Sun Mar 04, 2018 11:05 pm

Will there be a next generation of Arsenal Fans? :think:

2018-03-04-‘Wenger Out’ sign appears at cricket match in South Africa-PEAK BANTA ERA-Son is Livers Fan & has a Wenger In Sign-Next Generation Lost.jpg


Can't even pass it down anymore.

Would you pass failure on to your son? :hiding:

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Re: Wenger Inn...

Postby redordead » Mon Mar 05, 2018 5:42 am

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Callum wrote:My own personal opinion is that whilst this run is relatively short, and that there is a long way to go this season, there's something about the side this season that gives me some confidence that we're on the verge of something special. The Ozil signing has been vital, as it not only has brought a genuinely world class player to our club, but it's elevated us in terms of status. We are no longer a selling club, and we are prepared to spend when we need to - it is a signing that made the rest of Europe take notice. It has lifted the players and the fans, and there's a certain aura around the club that hasn't been here since the Invincibles. This side has a long way to go until it can be compared to those great players but it is, in my eyes, the first time in a decade that we will be feared by our opponents.

It has felt over the last few years that teams have seen Arsenal as something of a soft touch, and that if you rough us up a bit then you'll might end up victorious. Those days appear to be behind us - not only do we have a very good defense, but there seems to be a mentality amongst the side that was missing in years gone by. The players seem to love playing together and get on well, and when we suffer setbacks in games we are now able to hold out and grind out results in the way that we used to do.

Wenger, for all of his faults. has been building the side for two years as far as I can see it. The sales of Nasri and Fabregas hurt him, I'm sure, as did the 8-2 at Old Trafford. He could have walked away at that point and given up on his vision for this club, and he would have had his fair share of suitors. Instead, for better or for worse, he's rode out the storm and I truly hope we are coming through to the promised lands. His faith in older players, such as Arteta and Mertesacker, has added some stability to our side. The likes of Koscielny and Giroud have grown as players until his tutelage, despite coming from modest footballing backgrounds. His faith in Aaron Ramsey, amongst all others, seems to have resulted in us having one of the best young midfielders in Europe dominating games for us. It's all starting to look quite rosy and I really, truly hope that Wenger can bring the glory days back to Arsenal and stick two fingers at all those who mocked and laughed at him, and those who walked away.


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Re: Wenger Inn...

Postby redordead » Tue Mar 06, 2018 3:51 pm

Boo
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Re: Wenger Inn...

Postby Andrew » Thu Mar 08, 2018 8:43 pm

Not the performance of a team that wants the manager to be sacked .
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Re: Wenger Inn...

Postby Sims » Thu Mar 08, 2018 8:44 pm

might be the performance of a team that are desperate for CL football next year and know this is the only way to do it though
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Re: Wenger Inn...

Postby starmandb » Thu Mar 08, 2018 8:54 pm

Andrew wrote:Not the performance of a team that wants the manager to be sacked .

The performance of a team that want to win a trophy
What they should be doing every time they step on a football pitch
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Re: Wenger Inn...

Postby Losmeister » Fri Mar 09, 2018 4:36 pm

starmandb wrote:
Andrew wrote:Not the performance of a team that wants the manager to be sacked .

The performance of a team that want to win a trophy
What they should be doing every time they step on a football pitch


this.
your job as a footballer is to play as well as possible and do what needs to be done to win.
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