Spurs Vs Arsenal | Premiership 08/02/09

Re: Spurs Vs Arsenal | Premiership 08/02/09

Postby niko197 » Fri Feb 06, 2009 6:46 pm

eduardo will be on the bench according to bilić...
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Re: Spurs Vs Arsenal | Premiership 08/02/09

Postby Irish_Gooner » Fri Feb 06, 2009 6:53 pm

I dont want Andrey to make his debut. Sounds risky. Id much rather want to see him make a debut at home :D
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Re: Spurs Vs Arsenal | Premiership 08/02/09

Postby Inchpräctice » Fri Feb 06, 2009 6:54 pm

http://www.arsenal.com/news/news-archiv ... ne-with-me

Trying not to laugh at Spurs wrote:
Wenger - Big-spending Spurs are fine with me

By Richard Clarke

Arsène Wenger has backed Tottenham’s big spending during the transfer window.

In January, Harry Redknapp shelled out a reported £48 million, more than any other club. He brought back Robbie Keane, Jermain Defoe and Pascal Chimbonda to White Hart Lane meanwhile Wilson Palacios arrived from Wigan and Carlo Cudicini crossed the capital on a free transfer.

Reportedly, Tottenham and Manchester City combined spent £95m of the total Premier League outlay, some £160m. Despite splashing major cash on Andrey Arshavin, Wenger is famous for frugality. However ahead of Sunday’s North London derby, the Arsenal manager suggested Tottenham’s transfer policy was sensible given their parlous position on the table.

“They have made a big investment,” said Wenger at Friday’s press conference. “Every Premier League team which is struggling has a decision to make at Christmas - do we spend the money, take a bit of a financial gamble to stay in the Premier League or not?.”

“They have certainly made the decision that to stay in the Premier League they need to strengthen their squad. That is what they did and that is respectable.

“However I must say it is a very sensitive subject for me to talk about that today. I leave them freedom to do what they want.

[Friday, February 06, 2009]

When he delivered that last sentence he was actually trying not to laugh at Spurs! :grin:
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Re: Spurs Vs Arsenal | Premiership 08/02/09

Postby Inchpräctice » Fri Feb 06, 2009 6:56 pm

absolutely_fabregas wrote:i would die of happiness if he came on and scored the winner

Me too. :cloud9:

meridamullet wrote:picture the 75th minute, scores locked at 2-2, double substitution Eduardo and Arshavin. dying seconds Arshavin provides a pin point pass through the defence to the perfectly timed run of Eduardo who smashes it home for the win :goal11: :cloud9:


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Re: Spurs Vs Arsenal | Premiership 08/02/09

Postby HorseMachine » Sat Feb 07, 2009 12:25 am

Are we not going to get any concrete squad news till Sunday then?

I'd be chuffed to pieces for Dudu's return on Sun. The gradual return of players throughout the rest of the season is definitely going to provide some cheer.
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Re: Spurs Vs Arsenal | Premiership 08/02/09

Postby Scumbag Goon » Sat Feb 07, 2009 4:27 am

---------------Almunia----------------
Sagna----Gallas----Toure----Clichy----

Nasri---Danilson---Diaby----Vela/Van Persie

-------------Vela/VanPersie-----------

----------Adebayor----------------

This line will murder, tottenham.
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Re: Spurs Vs Arsenal | Premiership 08/02/09

Postby Cheese » Sat Feb 07, 2009 9:30 am

I want this game postponed.
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Re: Spurs Vs Arsenal | Premiership 08/02/09

Postby djaxster » Sat Feb 07, 2009 11:43 am

first of all with the spurts buying back ex players i am wondering when they are going to bring back Hoddle and Greavsie.
and also spare a thought for me my local is called the White Hart which is going to be full of Spurts fans and my 2 Spurts mates and just the 3 of us gooners.. last time we was there was the Carling semi final and i left after the 3rd goal which my spurts mate hasn't forgiven me for.
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Re: Spurs Vs Arsenal | Premiership 08/02/09

Postby Artemis8 » Sat Feb 07, 2009 2:02 pm

This game could go one of two ways. Either we will get a close win 2-1, 3-1 or something or spurs will wipe the floor with us. As ive said in previous posts our performance counts on our metality, and who wants it more. I hope im proved wrong and we trounce them 3-0, 4-0 but i doubt it will be that simple with master tactician harry, at their helm.

Id love to see eduardo in the last half hour if needed. Its been a long road to recovery and i hope he plays well. I think Arshy should be left till a home game also. If we risk him without fitness and he has a stinker it could have a negative affect on his future performances.
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Re: Spurs Vs Arsenal | Premiership 08/02/09

Postby Inchpräctice » Sat Feb 07, 2009 5:36 pm

Scumbag Goon wrote:---------------Almunia----------------
Sagna----Gallas----Toure----Clichy----

Nasri---Danilson---Diaby----Vela/Van Persie

-------------Vela/VanPersie-----------

----------Adebayor----------------

This line will murder, tottenham.

We're not going to murder anyone with an injured player in midfield.
Diaby is out for a few weeks and Vela is not ready to start yet.

The midfield will be:
Nasri Song Denilson Eboue

There are no other options apart from using Ramsey and I doubt that will happen.
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Re: Spurs Vs Arsenal | Premiership 08/02/09

Postby Sveve_o » Sat Feb 07, 2009 5:52 pm

All_Arsenal_1886 wrote:I want this game postponed.

I saw that you are ill, that really sucks.
Hope you get better soon!

Now the line-up:

Almunia

Sagna-Touré-Djourou-Clichy

Nasri-Song-Denilson-Eboué (I still hope for Arshavin)

Ade-Rvp
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Re: Spurs Vs Arsenal | Premiership 08/02/09

Postby GunnGunn » Sat Feb 07, 2009 5:55 pm

This will be the line up.

Almunia

Sagna-Toure-Djourou-Clichy

Eboue-Denilson-Song-Nasri

RVP-Adebayor

Blatantly obvious it will be this seeing as we have virtually NIL other options, AW really should have bought in another midfielder :disgust:
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Re: Spurs Vs Arsenal | Premiership 08/02/09

Postby Good_Eye_Sniper » Sat Feb 07, 2009 8:25 pm

Scumbag Goon wrote:---------------Almunia----------------
Sagna----Gallas----Toure----Clichy----

Nasri---Danilson---Diaby----Vela/Van Persie

-------------Vela/VanPersie-----------

----------Adebayor----------------

This line will murder, tottenham.

Hmmm, Vela or RVP? :think:

The guy who's on red hot form for us right now, keep him in the team? Puzzler :think:

:rolleyes:

I like Vela, he's a good prospect, but come on!
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Re: Spurs Vs Arsenal | Premiership 08/02/09

Postby absolutely_fabregas » Sat Feb 07, 2009 9:19 pm

Good_Eye_Sniper wrote:
Scumbag Goon wrote:---------------Almunia----------------
Sagna----Gallas----Toure----Clichy----

Nasri---Danilson---Diaby----Vela/Van Persie

-------------Vela/VanPersie-----------

----------Adebayor----------------

This line will murder, tottenham.

Hmmm, Vela or RVP? :think:

The guy who's on red hot form for us right now, keep him in the team? Puzzler :think:

:rolleyes:

I like Vela, he's a good prospect, but come on!

he clearly meant vela and van persie to play, one on the wing, one in behind

look again :doh:
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Re: Spurs Vs Arsenal | Premiership 08/02/09

Postby Good_Eye_Sniper » Sat Feb 07, 2009 9:24 pm

absolutely_fabregas wrote:
Good_Eye_Sniper wrote:
Scumbag Goon wrote:---------------Almunia----------------
Sagna----Gallas----Toure----Clichy----

Nasri---Danilson---Diaby----Vela/Van Persie

-------------Vela/VanPersie-----------

----------Adebayor----------------

This line will murder, tottenham.

Hmmm, Vela or RVP? :think:

The guy who's on red hot form for us right now, keep him in the team? Puzzler :think:

:rolleyes:

I like Vela, he's a good prospect, but come on!

he clearly meant vela and van persie to play, one on the wing, one in behind

look again :doh:


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