MotM - PL: Portsmouth vs Arsenal | 04/05/04

Discussion in 'Match Day Archive' started by thierrys_girl, May 5, 2004.


Who was the MOTM?

Poll closed May 8, 2004.
  1. Lehmann

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  2. Toure

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  3. Campbell

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  4. Cole

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  5. Vieira

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  6. Ljungberg

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  7. Parlour

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  8. Reyes

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  9. Henry

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  10. Other

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  1. thierrys_girl

    thierrys_girl New Member

    Portsmouth 1 - Arsenal 1

    Arsenal scorer: J Reyes

    Postive outcomes:
    Still unbeaten therefore closer to record
    Gained a point
    Reyes' first Premiership Arsenal goal
    Keown got his 8th Prem appearence, only 2 more to get

    So who was your MOTM? Whoever it was vote and leave a comment.

    Poll closes: Friday

    Remember to vote in the POTM poll which is open until Monday

    tg signing off :)
  2. Sammer

    Sammer New Member Elite

    Lehmann for keeping our unbeaten record and Reyes for his first EPL goal
  3. JazzG

    JazzG New Member Elite

    Ray Parlour, he was brilliant imo. Constantly running, hassling their players, always ready to get a tackle in. If only all our players had his mentality.....

    Also should mention Bentley and Reyes. Both I thought had decent games. Jose's passes were all over the place but as the game went on he got better and better. Bentley is actually better than I though, earlier on he looked uncomfortable on the right but just seen the highlights again and he got better as the game went on. Would actually prefer for him to stay with us instead of going on loan tbh.

    Lehmann did well as well, nothing amazing though. All the saves he made, you would of expected any good PL keeper to make. Still think due to his temper he is a liability, nothing wrong with his technique. His mood swings worry me.
  4. Adam

    Adam New Member Elite

  5. MightyArsenal

    MightyArsenal New Member

    I thought parlour was awful....and you can see that some of the arsenal players agree with me on that..he just seemed to dawdle on the ball for too long and get caught in possesion in dangerous positions....
  6. MightyArsenal

    MightyArsenal New Member

    I cant beleive im saying this, but we missed gilberto yesterday!
  7. JazzG

    JazzG New Member Elite

    Vieira was caught out on the ball more than Parlour was, if anyone was lazy on the ball it was him. Parlour was constantly running around, trying to win the ball back and putting them under pressure. Was trying to fill in any gaps as well, all this and trying to attack as well!

    Some of his long range passes Zidane would of been proud of, then again the other ones even I would of been ashamed of :oops:
  8. bobbypires

    bobbypires New Member Elite

    [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG] Jens Lehmann
    [​IMG][​IMG] Jose Antonio Reyes
    [​IMG] Freddie Ljungberg
  9. Chips&CurrySauce

    Chips&CurrySauce New Member Trusted

    Can't agree with your view about Parlour JazzG. He started the game very well, for about the first 20 minutes, but then he kep on turning into trouble. He did lose the ball unnecessarily on a few occasions and in dangerous positions. I also admit Paddy didn't have a great game, he looked tired to me.
  10. dsurg

    dsurg New Member

    Who's shirley?

    Lehmann for me...he kept our unbeaten run going , Reyes goal wouldnt have been important if not for lehmann's saves...
  11. VCC

    VCC New Member Elite

    Gotta be Lehmann
  12. jc8gooner

    jc8gooner New Member Elite

  13. KingReyes

    KingReyes New Member Trusted

    Its too hard to call between Jens and Reyes. Jens pulled off some good saves and Reyes scored and also hit the post while looking dangerous all night. I'll give it to Jens since alot of people have been a bit hard on him.
  14. Mark

    Mark New Member Elite

    No one really stood out for me. I'll go for Reyes as I'm really happy for him for getting his first Premiership goal, and what a goal it was too.
  15. USArsenal

    USArsenal H.Y.I.C. Administrator

    i think Lehmann.. for the stick he's taken lately, he repaid Wenger's vote of confidence by putting in a good display... stopped a lot of shots that could have gone in.... the one goal that did go in, he did his best to stop it, and still had no cover from the defence as it dribbled in....
  16. rachael-8

    rachael-8 New Member

    jens,he looks a lot calmer now
    pulled of some great saves,kept our record going.

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