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  1. Stephen Vallins
    09/11/2019

    Just a thought , as the manager of Arsenal how do you approach this game ? In recent games we have not created many chances along with getting a draws from a winnable positions .
    Whatever tactics/set up UE uses I hope the players buy into it and hopefully get something out of this game which on paper is the most difficult since Liverpool away .

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  2. Menace
    09/11/2019

    Good title – ‘fixing’ being the operative word.

    Winnable positions are hard enough to get when every game starts 2 – 0.

    The opponents usually are not playing the ball but blowing the whistle or controlling the screen. When have Arsenal had honest officiating this century? Vardy will get a penalty for a 6.0 dive and Value Added Riley will probably offer a red card to an Arsenal player.

    It’s just the way it is.

    We can win despite all the wiley Riley shenanigans.

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  3. Samuel Akinsola Adebosin
    09/11/2019

    I believe Arsenal will beat Leicester City FC later on in the day in the Premier League match encounter that will be played this evening between the duo club sides at the King Power Stadium.

    But why do I Arsenal will beat Leicester today in the PL match? I think so because the Gunners are fully prepared, ready and poised in all aspects of the game to beat Leicester even if Brendan Roggers, the Leicester gaffer happens to throw a grenade into the match as it’s being played, but his grenade throwing won’t hurt any Gunners playing in the match, but hurt his Foxes who will be caught by the exploding grenade to self destruct in the game by scoring an own goal and concede a penalty to Arsenal to give them a 2 goal lead cushion in the game at halftime.

    But even if the Foxes managed to not self destruct in the game at half-time to give Arsenal a 2 goal cushion lead advantage in the match at half-time, the Gunners will by themselves destroy the Foxes by putting them to the gun one after the other with shots from their high precision shotguns they took along with them to the King Power Stadium with the intention to ruthlessly deal with the Foxes in the match if they decide to be unruly to them the Gunners in the game.

    Therefore, my kindid advice to Brendan Roggers though he didn’t ask me for it, is he should instruct his Foxes not to show any resemblance of unruliness or disregard to the Gunners. But show to them absolute respect and dignify them when they step on the King Power Stadium field of play to begin playing the match, if the Foxes are to avoid heavy punishment by the hands of the Gunners who can summarily put the Foxes punishment in the game and make it mile without looking back should the Foxes make them angry during the playing of the match, the Foxes have no other choice but the choice of showing genuine respect to Arsenal.

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  4. goonersince72
    09/11/2019

    It’s 3 and a half hours before the match and the score reads Leicester 1-0 Arsenal. Vardy from the spot.

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  5. Yilch
    09/11/2019

    Getting in the excuses early I see

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