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Be careful what you wish for!

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I have seen people crying for Arsene Wengers head. While I understand the frustration, I am not a believer in the same. The biggest case in point is Liverpool. Fans were crying for Benitez head after a shambolic season. Rafa had a net transfer loss which was highly significant and they finished 7th.

Sounds like a broken record... At least its consistent, unlike the reffing!!!

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Well well well... What do you know... yet another relatively rubbish weekend for reffing... In our game against the Blues, Mike "Blind" Dean certainly made a few extremely bull-dust calls. Namely the two tackles on Sanga and Diaby, both studs-showing-crunchers. I believe that the reckless attack on Diaby should have warranted a card... At least yellow. Something in the back of my mind is telling me that clubs are trying to pick off our champs one by one. its the second time such a foul tackle has been bestowed on Abou and gone unnoticed.

Points to ponder

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  1. Arsenal sa  aught to have our own rating system after every match. It will be interesting how much we differ .(other countries can also do the same for their clubs).
  2. we need a live chat room to  discuss issues   and to have post match chats.(if legal and if possible)
  3. we are crawling forward--at last sczeny is on the team sheet.LET HIM PLAY.(how old is joe hart?). I hope AW has the cojones to give him a game.--considering the alternatives.

Mr.Wenger does not share wine with co-managers

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The frequent bashing of the Lord of the Emirates deserves a riposte.

One cannot force another to share a glass of wine with one if the other party does not wish to do so! Your team has just tried to kick us off the park so to expect us to thank you for it --you have got to be an assisine manager.

ENVY-this AW has come in on a shoe string budget  and given you guys an education in modernising your training methods.Neanderthals that you are ,you still cannot grasp that.

Referees and linesmen!!! Or lack thereof!!!

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AW has literally served a ban for acting up on the sideline. He had to spend our glorious smashing of spurs in the directors box. We all know this and I don't believe one Gunner who agrees with it.

Lets look at some positives

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I've had time to digest the unfortunate weekend at Sunderland.Lets look at some positves:

Sometimes I feel as if Arsene is our Martyr

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Recently it seems as if everyone has something to say about Arsene Wenger. Why? I don't know why. Whether it's Tony Pulis, Fat Sam, Owen Coyle, or the hundreds of semi-retarded pundits which seem to feel that just because someone will publish what they say, it means they know what they are talking about.

Arsenal Injuries

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This problem of injuries is intriguing, some points:

AW changed training tactics upon his arrival. Before, the team had older players, and were perhaps less injury prone.

Are we training on facilities that are so good that when we play away we struggle to cope with substandard conditions?

Are we over training? Is there too much ball work?

The long runs improve cardiovascular fitness and strengthen joints and ligaments, as well as soft tissues. It follows then that if our regime lacks this then we are likly to get injuries.

AW pointing out Stoke Bullies

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Stoke has struck back at AW for his allegations against the Stoke players. After Shawcross's late and greulling challenge on Ramsay which ended his last season, AW spoke out to call the tackles rugby-like. He then amped up the accusations at the same side after their bullying of the Spurs keeper, Gomez, in their last meeting.

This team is maturing, but are they going to be good enough this season?

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The nice thing about having a young team is that every season you can expect that the team will get a little bit better. More experience, added to the fact that the team has been playing with one another for a longer period of time, should all mean that the team as a whole should be better.

So what does this mean for our team this season? Let's look at it player by player: