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EPL: Arsenal v Liverpool- 24/08/15, 20:00. [SS1]

Discussion in 'Match Day Archive' started by Taylor Gang Gunners, Aug 16, 2015.

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  1. tap-in

    tap-in Nothing Wrong With Me

    Yep, thats why its so important we sign cover/rotation for him. We have no one in the squad who can do his job. Bielik maybe in a couple of years but right now, no one.
     
  2. ryan1922131

    ryan1922131 Member

    it's almost too easy to predict. We first need midfielders. More midfielders than necessary. Ran out of places for midfielders? Simple! Just stick one on the wing. Ramsey on the wing. Giroud up top, because Wenger shows undying faith in our starting striker. I've given up hoping for a changed lineup, because quite simply Wenger will persist with his lineup until it sustains multiple losses in a row, in which case he will grudgingly change it.

    Lineup vs Pool:

    Giroud
    Alexis Özil Ramsey
    Cazorla Coq
    Monreal Kosmert Bellerin

    My ideal lineup to rip Liverpool to shreds on the counter

    Walcott
    Alexis Özil Ox
    Cazorla Coq
     
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  3. Bashii

    Bashii Well-Known Member

    Wenger is the anti-tinker man. I expect the same team as last week and for him to want this team to play themselves into good form.
     
  4. say yes

    say yes To Sweet Soulful Vinai

    Same team that beat Palace for me.

    In other words the same team that tonked Liverpool 4-1 a few months ago.
     
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  5. Hegemony

    Hegemony Well-Known Member

    The way I see it we either rise to the occasion and batter Liverpool, or we remain in our bad form and lose to some sloppy goals. However, this match may just be the medicine we need to kick us out of our start-of-the-season slump.
    Comparing how we played against Chelsea in the CS (which was not a friendly, no matter what anyone says) to our recent games and we've looked out of shape and defensively lethargic. A challenge against a top side might reproduce the CS mentality and bring the best out of our boys.
    I'd go with:

    ---------------Cech-------------
    Bellerin---Kos---Per---Monreal
    ----------Coq-----Santi---------
    Oxlade-------Özil------Sanchez
    -------------Giroud-------------
     
  6. bingobob

    bingobob Fan of Technicians Who Show Great Character

    When City were devastating they played a 4222 with Nasri and Silver operating centrally they switched and played a 4231 and became limp but now with two actual wide players look back to their best.
     
  7. Juan Matas Beard

    Juan Matas Beard Friendly Mancunian facial hair

    Please smash the scousers.
     
  8. Penn_

    Penn_ Established Member

    Yep that undying faith just happened to stop Giroud in our most important game last season. Logic.
     
  9. ryan1922131

    ryan1922131 Member

    Sorry what game was that?
     
  10. Big Poppa

    Big Poppa Well-Known Member Trusted

    Community Shield lineup + Sanchez on the left. It shouldn't be a difficult decision.
     
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  11. arsmile

    arsmile Well-Known Member

    i'd drop ramsey for either ox or theo
     
  12. Taylor Gang Gunners

    Taylor Gang Gunners Shame is a dish best served cold Trusted

    Ramsey was brilliant against Liverpool last season, managed a couple of assists. Their midfield couldn't cope with his movement off the ball, would be daft to drop him for this game.

    I'm looking forward to this game, evening matches at The Emirates always provide a good buzz.
     
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  13. RandyMarsh

    RandyMarsh Established Member

    I wouldn't mind seeing the F.A cup final line up actually. Think that could be a possibility. Could do some serious damage against Pool I think.
     
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  14. Hunta

    Hunta Shivering Right Now Trusted

    The side that beat Palace was basically our main team last season with Cech in for Ospina.

    Safe to say this is Wenger's favourite lineup, with Jack, Ox and Theo the main subs.

    Cech
    Bellerin Mertesacker Koscielny Monreal
    Cazorla Coquelin
    Ramsey Özil Alexis
    Giroud​
     
  15. RandyMarsh

    RandyMarsh Established Member

    That line up is miles away from winning you the league though. Agree that it's probably Wenger's favourite but its certainly not a team I'd back to win the title.
     
  16. say yes

    say yes To Sweet Soulful Vinai

    That's our best XI though.

    Only debate is Ramsey vs. Walcott/Chamberlain. Ramsey is the best player of the 3 but the least comfortable out wide. Swings and roundabouts.

    Genuinely gutted we didn't get Schneiderlin.
     
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  17. RandyMarsh

    RandyMarsh Established Member

    It might be all our most talented players on the pitch at the same time but it's certainly not our best team. I'd probably have Welbeck RW before I have Ramsey there.

    For me our best team will always be about balance and playing people in the correct positions. And for that reason I will always give a direct winger the nod over over Ramsey. The rest of that team I agree with.
     
  18. nicky47

    nicky47 Well-Known Member

    Cannot wait for this one, super excited for it! Needed that win against Palace to set us up nicely for this. Liverpool have made some decent signings to be fair, but I'm hoping to see what they can actually do tonight against Bournemouth... Regardless big game for me this, would really love to put them in their place and at the same time show a statement of intent from us!
     
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  19. tap-in

    tap-in Nothing Wrong With Me

    Yes thats the team, Ramsey will be on the right because it works with Bellerin behind him. Bellerin has the pace to get forward so Ramsey can cut in. The reason Giroud will get the nod is that he is the only attacker with any height. Bring Ox & Theo on later to add another 3 goals to the 2 we score in the first half.

    5-0
     
  20. say yes

    say yes To Sweet Soulful Vinai

    @RandyMarsh
    Ramsey out wide gets a lot of stick but it's worth remembering that many of our best/most fluid attacking performances last season came with him in that role:
    - 4-0 Villa in the final
    - 4-1 Liverpool
    - 4-1 WBA (Wilshere out wide rather than Ramsey)
    - 3-1 Hull
    - 5-0 Villa

    Results are actually pretty astonishing when you take the time to look through them. Pretty much all our biggest victories over the last 6 months have come with a CM on the RW. Maybe Wenger does know what he's doing?
     
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