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EPL: Arsenal v Swansea - 2/3/16, 19:45

Discussion in 'Match Day Archive' started by Proof, Feb 28, 2016.

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  1. General

    General Well-Known Member

    No chance of change I'm afraid. Wenger has one more year to run on his contract and will go all out next season. There will be at least one major signing to appease the fans and we will have a strong season only to fall short again due to the usual issues - injuries, depth, poor squad management etc. Many will be convinced Wenger has turned over a new leaf and will support him signing a new contract like previous years gone by. The who cycle will then start again. The current boardroom deadlock favours him staying as he keeps us afloat and I can't see him leaving for another 3-4years at least.
     
  2. Wilshere's Right

    Wilshere's Right Well-Known Member

    Basically my thinking is it's a ****ing disgrace if we don't win the title this season.

    But on the other hand, it's a ****ing disgrace if we do. We are shambolic.
     
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  3. willow2u

    willow2u New Member

    i think it is plausible the low points tally due to the low and mid table sides being able to spend more on good players thus becoming harder to beat it would be interesting if la liga dished out the money more fairly if the same situation occured rather than barca and r madrid taking virtually all of it
     
  4. American_Gooner

    American_Gooner Not actually American. Unless Di Marzio says so. Moderator


    Getting mocked by Swansea ffs.
     
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  5. US_Gooner

    US_Gooner Well-Known Member

    Hope they go down, the sh!ts
     
  6. Penn_

    Penn_ Established Member

    Anyone got a decent angle of their winning goal? Number of people have said it was offside but don't recall anyone mentioning it on here.
     
  7. kopzilla

    kopzilla Always Negative

    Wenger is the one who is really in charge...they have no interest other than sucking money from the fans.
     
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