| West Bromwich Albion v Arsenal | 15:00 19 March 2011 |

Discussion in 'Match Day Archive' started by DanDare, Mar 12, 2011.

  1. entropy13

    entropy13 New Member

    Dawson better? How? Also, isn't Kaboul Gallas' partner and not Dawson?
  2. AnthonyG

    AnthonyG Arse Emeritus Administrator

    Call it a hunch ...

    (And, FWIW, it's not the 'making' of the statement that is (or should be) in any way objectionable, but proceeding from a similar statement to claim something as veridical, which, of course, I did not. Not sure how anyone manages to buy anyone in the transfer market ...).
  3. TheCMT

    TheCMT New Member

    Spuds have had more ****ups than we had.
  4. Spork

    Spork New Member

    Here here!
  5. TheCMT

    TheCMT New Member

    True :lol:
  6. GaelForce22

    GaelForce22 New Member Trusted

    I give you, the Premiership's top ten players this season:

    1 - Kuyt Dirk
    2 - Chamakh Marouane
    3 - Defoe Jermaine
    4 - Lampard Frank
    5 - Modric Luka
    6 - Puncheon Jason
    7 - Doyle Kevin
    8 - Cahill Gary
    9 - Morrison James
    10 - Silva David
  7. TheCMT

    TheCMT New Member

    Thats week wise ranking ;) The ranking you gave above was based on week number 29 games
  8. GaelForce22

    GaelForce22 New Member Trusted

    Ah, of course!

    Still, err, Chamakh at number 2?
  9. Godsend_Gooner

    Godsend_Gooner New Member

    Robin has surprisingly good heading ability on him. Wouldn't be surprised if we use the crossing route as often as we did in this game.
  10. DanDare

    DanDare Emoji Merchant and Believer-In-Chief

    No I understand you didn't say it would be the best partnership.

    I think Vermaelen and Djourou would be best simply because I think they are the two best defenders we have. Simplistic perhaps.
  11. AnthonyG

    AnthonyG Arse Emeritus Administrator

    I truly hope we get to find out next season.
  12. DanDare

    DanDare Emoji Merchant and Believer-In-Chief

    Maybe this summer is the summer...

  13. Kain

    Kain New Member

    He's good in the air, his timing is really quite underrated yet we often find him as the only target attacking the ball in the box. It's really rare to see the opposite wingers to the side the cross originated busting their lungs to get on the end of it, let alone the fact our delivery is not the best with consistent failure to beat the first man with the cross.

    To me our crossings seems more forced then a valued attempt thanks to lack of movement, how we love to make the easy pass when we’ve given the opposition time to get back in numbers the ball finds its way out wide, slowly assess the situation, then one of the wingbacks is asked to pick out our one or two target amongst six to seven defending opposition players in their box.

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