15 responses

  1. NTANDA BASHIR
    22/08/2009

    am sure dat four goalz will be enough 4 dem but not si6 az predicted.
    thx de gooner n long live man.

  2. Stanley Utoh
    22/08/2009

    Not 4our, not si6. But maybe i think it’ll be 5ive.

  3. Adam Smith
    22/08/2009

    Tony,

    I am not greedy. 1-0 or 6-0 will suffice.I hope we play more or less the same team,why change a winning formula.I believe Vela is injured with some sort of ankle problem.

    Any idea what is happening to Senderos. He hasn’t been included in either of our opening games,and no one seems to want to buy him ?

    Carry on rocking around the clock, you old jiver 🙂

  4. Armin Medic
    22/08/2009

    agree with you Adam one-nil for the Arsenal is 3 points anyway, and that’s all what counts. But I think Le Boss will today play with moderate team, to save some a bit fragile players at the moment(RvP and Cesc I think).

    About Senderos, interesting is that he appears on official 2009/2011 team wallpaper, what by my humble opinion should mean he is staying (at last till January), usually players who aren’t supposed to stay don’t appear on such pictures….but its just wide guess

  5. pig
    22/08/2009

    6 or 4 or whatever, its really 90.

  6. Jonny Neale
    22/08/2009

    I got a free £5 bet from betfair yesterday and put it on Arsenal to win by a 5 goal margin.

    Fact of the day, when Arshavin has been in the starting line-up, Arsenal have not lost in their last 13 home games.

    This will be wasted on many but I am loving the fact we are stuffing the Aussies in the final test match at The Oval.

    Shaping up to be a perfect day of sport.

    Make some noise you home supporters – and lets take Pompey to pieces on and off the pitch. I want a statement of intent please.

  7. walter
    22/08/2009

    All aboard on the bus 😉 Could Wilshere drive the bus away from goal ? To young I guess ..
    Two hours before kickoff and unfortunatly the Arsenal game not showing live in Flanders so we have to look for a dodgy link anywhere on the internet.
    Preparing my laptop so I can put a report in as soon as the game finishes for our Gooners in the Benelux.
    All we must do is take 3 points and if we can do it by a smashing game ? Why not …

  8. walter
    22/08/2009

    For those who are going to the Emirates: it looks like the Arenal have changed and brought some color into the ground ?
    Cant wait to september 10 when we are going to do an Emirates tour.

  9. LRV
    22/08/2009

    Today should be another 3 pointer day. Any score from 2-0 to 6-0 will do fine as long as we keep a clean sheet.

  10. KG
    22/08/2009

    @JNeale : I always love when that pr!ck Ricky Ponting’s team loses; maybe I hate that guy more than manure!

    new hairy Diaby is better than the bald Diaby it seems; and what a way to celebrate ur 100th match for Arsenal.
    what will be the midfield if Cesc misses next week’s match? Denilson – Diaby – Song?

  11. LRV
    22/08/2009

    Another win, Cool. Diaby marks his 100th with a brace; Not bad. Another bizare goal from Gallas. Long may it continue.

  12. walter
    22/08/2009

    Another strong team performance. Well done.
    I noticed Cesc reaching for his hamstring when taking a corner and just pray that it is nothing serious. But must say that Ramsey, once settled in the game, had a good game. But hen aint no Cesc yet.
    Who is… ?
    Almunia made a mess of the goal, he should have came in a firmer way so he should have collected the ball easie or being clear(der) fouled.
    But what the heck, what am I moaning about. 😉

  13. walter
    22/08/2009

    Anyone see the slap of Vidic against that Wigan player ? A similar thing happened 2 seasons ago when Hleb did the same en he was suspended, rightly so, for 3 weeks before the week was over.
    I wonder what will happen now….

  14. walter
    22/08/2009

    and once again Tony was only one goal from the total of the goals.

  15. SDK
    23/08/2009

    Actually, the most interesting fact is that Arsenal are yet to lose a match in which Arshavin has started.

    Also, this victory over Portsmouth was our tenth consecutive win over a non big four opponent in the Premier League and in all ten of these wins, the margin of victory is two goals or more.

    We definitely seem to have matured and are killing the games well for quite some time now.

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