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Next few fixtures
younghansolo (IP Logged)
28 August, 2018 15:53
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Should we be expecting three points from all of these games? On paper we should be beating all of these teams. I'm not really expecting that based upon previous seasons and our lacklustre start. BUT! If we could then we will be in a very good place.

That's up there with one of the clearest runs you'll see.

 
Re: Next few fixtures
PKGooner (IP Logged)
29 August, 2018 01:17
Need to start defending a lot better.

 
Re: Next few fixtures
SandyB (IP Logged)
29 August, 2018 03:45
Everton n Leicester are not easy games by any means, Everton has spent a lot more money in transfer window n playing well.

 
Re: Next few fixtures
Kalela (IP Logged)
29 August, 2018 06:26
^ Watford too. Off topic but the team that has impressed me the most this season is Brighton. They are playing beautiful football in attack and defending really well too. I don't really care for them but them but a part of me wishes they had better attacking players because they would be even more enjoyable to watch.



We don't have anybody with 20 goals in the league, so that is a handicap - Arsene Wenger

 
Re: Next few fixtures
Gooner Sod (IP Logged)
29 August, 2018 09:57
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Everton n Leicester are not easy games by any means, Everton has spent a lot more money in transfer window n playing well.

Not easy games but those games are at home. Even under Wenger, we won those kind of home games. All the away games are against easier teams.

We really need to be picking up close to maximum points in this period as tougher games will come later.

 
Re: Next few fixtures
djarse (IP Logged)
29 August, 2018 11:08
If we want to compete for the "4th place trophy"(can't see us heading City, Liverpool or Spuds)then we need to take 15 points from these 6 games.

 
Re: Next few fixtures
Padre Pio (IP Logged)
29 August, 2018 11:37
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Gooner Sod
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SandyB
Everton n Leicester are not easy games by any means, Everton has spent a lot more money in transfer window n playing well.

Not easy games but those games are at home. Even under Wenger, we won those kind of home games. All the away games are against easier teams.

We really need to be picking up close to maximum points in this period as tougher games will come later.

But we didnt win away games with AW



- until Wenger moves on, they'll always be the also-rans in the major competitions. A club in elite purgatory. Always good enough to make it to the big race, never fast or smart enough to push over the finish line in first place. That's all about the manager. Until he changes, Arsenal fans will continue to celebrate glorious failure.

 
Re: Next few fixtures
Gooner Sod (IP Logged)
29 August, 2018 12:16
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Padre Pio
But we didnt win away games with AW

Yes, that's where the improvement has to come. Those teams will be battling relegation this season, except maybe Fulham who are impressive going forward.

We should be winning these games, no matter who manager is.

 
Re: Next few fixtures
SandyB (IP Logged)
30 August, 2018 00:34
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Gooner Sod
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SandyB
Everton n Leicester are not easy games by any means, Everton has spent a lot more money in transfer window n playing well.

Not easy games but those games are at home. Even under Wenger, we won those kind of home games. All the away games are against easier teams.

We really need to be picking up close to maximum points in this period as tougher games will come later.
Well things aren’t that simple, the new ownership at Everton are putting much more money n strengthen the team substantially this season that wasn’t the case during Wenger time n we have a new manager n our stingy owner didn’t spend enough to support him. There is structural change going on at Arsenal with changes in terms of players n even imminent shift in football philosophy. Not so much of straight forward case of well Wenger did it so it should still be easy to repeat.


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