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  1. nicky
    12/05/2017

    The late great Sir Stanley Matthews would be appalled to see how low his former club has descended over the years… both in tactics and style. 😉

  2. Samuel Akinsola Adebosin
    12/05/2017

    The questions of when last did Arsenal win against Stoke and when last did Le Prof gets up from his seating in the dugout at the Britannia to give instructions to the Gunners from the touchline whenever Arsenal go there to play against Stoke City in the PL will all be answered tomorrow evening with an emphatic 0-3 away win over the Potters by the Gunners after they’ve finished playing against the Potters.

    The Gunners MUST be very efficient and make a commanding impact in all aspects of playing the match to dominate Stoke in whatever efficiency and game impact the Stoke team on day has on offer in the game.

    My starting XI:
    Cech
    Mustafi Koscielny Monreal
    Bellerin Ramsey Xhaka Gibbs
    Sanchez Ozil
    Giroud.
    On my bench are:
    Ospina Paulista Holding Coquelin Elneny Perez Welbeck.

    Should in case of any eventualities at left wing back happening, I think Le Prof can play Le Coq as a left wing back or can’t Le Coq do that efficiently? There is always the first time of doing something and if it’s done very well, Le Coq could make a starting left wing back claim in the 3 remaining Arsenal games this season. Giroud leads the line for me this time. And if Koscielny has fully recovered to start, I am retiring Holding to the bench to start from there and start Mustafi at the right side of the now Arsenal adopted 3 back line defense-line.

  3. Lee
    12/05/2017

    Yes Arsene Wenger had no right to complain after that tackle that broke Ramsey’s leg and almost finished the kid’s career……………

  4. Micko
    12/05/2017

    Of course the most important thing you need to consider if you are going to have a bet on this game is……the ref is Mike Dean!

  5. Menace
    12/05/2017

    Micko – that slope is truly the most important consideration in this game. It’s like adding a Grand National fence in a hurdles race.

  6. Chairman Gallant
    12/05/2017

    Even Mike Dean cannot prevent Arsenal from winning this game at Stoke. Arsenal is on a roll and desperate.There is no stopping us.Desperate men are dangerous men. I am confidently predicting stoke 1 Arsenal 3. COYG

  7. ARSENAL 13
    12/05/2017

    Oh I still remember the day Rambo scored against them after the return from injury……tears in his eyes.

    Eff the stokies.. A Rambo hattrick would be welcome any day.

  8. John L
    12/05/2017

    All sensible football fans will recognise how unreasonable it was for Arsene Wenger to be critical of Stoke and for Aaron Ramsey not to make friends with Shawcross.

    After all, it was only a shattered leg and we all know, in any case, that Shawcross is “not that type of player”. Also the poor lad was distraught and inconsolable as a result of the trauma he suffered. Fortunately, other great managers like Sir Alex Ferguson and Sir Harry Redknapp were quick to offer him moral support and comfort.

  9. Brickfields Gunners
    12/05/2017

    And his country came together as one to pick him for the next England game.
    And his mum had to take the poor lad home. Probably not able to drive.

  10. Brickfields Gunners
    12/05/2017

    Is not shaking hands still a intolerable of fence ?

  11. Menace
    12/05/2017

    Damn! Brickfields your sobbing is coming through to your typing!

    Such a loving club it is. One player wanted to take Alexis’ head home.

  12. Brickfields Gunners
    13/05/2017

    @ Menace – 12/05/2017 at 4:44 pm – And here I was always under the impression that Wee Bonny Charlie was only helping Alexis to realign and ‘correct’ that pesky troublesome crick in his neck !

    Adams would have probably gained this knowledge during his forays at the Scottish Highland games. With a body like his , he would have been quite the tosser !

    Shows how badly mistaken one could be with other’s gallant intentions !

  13. Brickfields Gunners
    13/05/2017

    I just found that the right term for the event should be the Caber Toss .

    But then again , misunderstandings (intended or otherwise ) do occur !

  14. Menace
    13/05/2017

    I suppose the Edinburgh influence runs through the Sparky training regime with ensuring everything is battered then fried.

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