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  • ViVaWhom
    7961 posts League Winner
    edited April 2015
    scraping through pretty much every round and had the easiest run possible
  • hasan09876
    15330 posts World Class
    ViVaWhom wrote: »
    scraping through pretty much every round and had the easiest run possible

    But isn't that how SAF won most his games scraping through league match after league match which all adds up and anyway Arsenal had an equally as easy run.
  • ViVaWhom
    7961 posts League Winner
    hasan09876 wrote: »
    ViVaWhom wrote: »
    scraping through pretty much every round and had the easiest run possible

    But isn't that how SAF won most his games scraping through league match after league match which all adds up and anyway Arsenal had an equally as easy run.

    what an idiotic reply.. in the league everyone plays the same teams..
  • hasan09876
    15330 posts World Class
    ViVaWhom wrote: »
    hasan09876 wrote: »
    ViVaWhom wrote: »
    scraping through pretty much every round and had the easiest run possible

    But isn't that how SAF won most his games scraping through league match after league match which all adds up and anyway Arsenal had an equally as easy run.

    what an idiotic reply.. in the league everyone plays the same teams..

    Sorry not really sure what I wanted to say myself.
  • Wardhiigley
    1974 posts Play-Off Hero
    hasan09876 wrote: »
    ViVaWhom wrote: »
    scraping through pretty much every round and had the easiest run possible

    But isn't that how SAF won most his games scraping through league match after league match which all adds up and anyway Arsenal had an equally as easy run.
    Disagree. You've played one (bottom half) PL team, bar that the two other "hard" fixtures were average Championship sides that you needed replays to overcome despite playing both at home.
  • hasan09876
    15330 posts World Class
    hasan09876 wrote: »
    ViVaWhom wrote: »
    scraping through pretty much every round and had the easiest run possible

    But isn't that how SAF won most his games scraping through league match after league match which all adds up and anyway Arsenal had an equally as easy run.
    Disagree. You've played one (bottom half) PL team, bar that the two other "hard" fixtures were average Championship sides that you needed replays to overcome despite playing both at home.

    You can call them average yet in both championship ties were physical ties and with thuggish intent on our players.
  • Jenko
    13845 posts Has That Special Something
    hasan09876 wrote: »
    hasan09876 wrote: »
    ViVaWhom wrote: »
    scraping through pretty much every round and had the easiest run possible

    But isn't that how SAF won most his games scraping through league match after league match which all adds up and anyway Arsenal had an equally as easy run.
    Disagree. You've played one (bottom half) PL team, bar that the two other "hard" fixtures were average Championship sides that you needed replays to overcome despite playing both at home.

    You can call them average yet in both championship ties were physical ties and with thuggish intent on our players.

    Compared to us playing Hull at home, Brighton away, Boro at home and United away. I think ours was quite clearly the tougher run. Blackburn were embarrassingly bad tonight, they didn't look dangerous at all, should be ashamed of themselves. You should've waltzed past Bolton and Blackburn in the home ties.
  • DieWölfe14
    1814 posts Play-Off Hero
    hasan09876 wrote: »
    hasan09876 wrote: »
    ViVaWhom wrote: »
    scraping through pretty much every round and had the easiest run possible

    But isn't that how SAF won most his games scraping through league match after league match which all adds up and anyway Arsenal had an equally as easy run.
    Disagree. You've played one (bottom half) PL team, bar that the two other "hard" fixtures were average Championship sides that you needed replays to overcome despite playing both at home.

    You can call them average yet in both championship ties were physical ties and with thuggish intent on our players.

    Thugish intent? The game was played in a fair manor. Thugish intent is skrtel on de gea, gerrard on herrera and can on cazorla?

  • stickey
    14698 posts Has That Special Something
    Do you get the trophy automatically if you have a harder run in?
  • Jenko
    13845 posts Has That Special Something
    stickey wrote: »
    Do you get the trophy automatically if you have a harder run in?

    No, of course not.
  • Tamerlane
    5284 posts Big Money Move
    stickey wrote: »
    Do you get the trophy automatically if you have a harder run in?
    No, but they will get the trophy when they demonstrate their superiority yet again and thrash us in the final.
  • hasan09876
    15330 posts World Class
    hasan09876 wrote: »
    hasan09876 wrote: »
    ViVaWhom wrote: »
    scraping through pretty much every round and had the easiest run possible

    But isn't that how SAF won most his games scraping through league match after league match which all adds up and anyway Arsenal had an equally as easy run.
    Disagree. You've played one (bottom half) PL team, bar that the two other "hard" fixtures were average Championship sides that you needed replays to overcome despite playing both at home.

    You can call them average yet in both championship ties were physical ties and with thuggish intent on our players.

    Thugish intent? The game was played in a fair manor. Thugish intent is skrtel on de gea, gerrard on herrera and can on cazorla?
    The pitch was slippery Arsenal should be charged.
  • hasan09876
    15330 posts World Class
    Let's all forget Flamini on Coutinho or Rooney on Mignolet
  • Tamerlane
    5284 posts Big Money Move
    hasan09876 wrote: »
    Let's all forget Flamini on Coutinho or Rooney on Mignolet
    Agreed, let's. There's no point dwelling on minor incidents when our shortcomings are being exposed every week.

  • stickey
    14698 posts Has That Special Something
    Tamerlane wrote: »
    stickey wrote: »
    Do you get the trophy automatically if you have a harder run in?
    No, but they will get the trophy when they demonstrate their superiority yet again and thrash us in the final.
    Yep, hard to argue against that.
  • hasan09876 wrote: »
    hasan09876 wrote: »
    hasan09876 wrote: »
    ViVaWhom wrote: »
    scraping through pretty much every round and had the easiest run possible

    But isn't that how SAF won most his games scraping through league match after league match which all adds up and anyway Arsenal had an equally as easy run.
    Disagree. You've played one (bottom half) PL team, bar that the two other "hard" fixtures were average Championship sides that you needed replays to overcome despite playing both at home.

    You can call them average yet in both championship ties were physical ties and with thuggish intent on our players.

    Thugish intent? The game was played in a fair manor. Thugish intent is skrtel on de gea, gerrard on herrera and can on cazorla?
    The pitch was slippery Arsenal should be charged.
    Jesus.

  • ViVaWhom
    7961 posts League Winner
    stickey wrote: »
    Do you get the trophy automatically if you have a harder run in?

    no but you get some respect when you do win it
  • Handy Andy
    5742 posts Big Money Move
    Tamerlane wrote: »
    stickey wrote: »
    Do you get the trophy automatically if you have a harder run in?
    No, but they will get the trophy when they demonstrate their superiority yet again and thrash us in the final.
    Arsenal aren't making the final :/
  • hasan09876
    15330 posts World Class
    Rodgers vs Reading would be a nice grudge match tbh
  • BasedStudge
    19636 posts World Class
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  • Tamerlane
    5284 posts Big Money Move
    edited April 2015
    He plays the kind of football that makes life worth living.
  • hasan09876
    15330 posts World Class
    Been one of our best players since he put pen to paper
  • Tamerlane
    5284 posts Big Money Move
    hasan09876 wrote: »
    Been one of our best players since he put pen to paper
    One of? Easily the best. If only the rest of the team could play at the level he and Joseph Allen regularly manage.
  • Ryan
    9475 posts League Winner
    They haven't announced who number 1 is yet, but I'd assume he's only been beaten to to the top spot by Cavani.

  • Evra
    2236 posts Fans' Favourite
    Thauvin is #1.
    Gourcuff, Digne, and Fekir(!) make up the top 5. I thought the latter was highly rated having a good season?
  • Ryan
    9475 posts League Winner
    Quite surprised with Thauvin being number 1 really. Not sure why Fekir is on there tbh, unless the feeling in France is that he is basically Harry Kane and is just having a one season wonder.
  • No idea how Fekir and Thauvin are in the top 5. Lacazette should be there though.
  • stickey
    14698 posts Has That Special Something
    Honestly forgot we even signed him.
  • Tamerlane
    5284 posts Big Money Move
    stickey wrote: »
    Honestly forgot we even signed him.
    He has 7 in 26 games, which is much better than I expected. It's just a shame that the figure includes a few penalties and a hat-trick. He was just a post World Cup panic buy, if we had been watching him for years like we claim then we were pretty mongoloidalical for waiting until he had a decent World Cup before moving for him.
  • stickey
    14698 posts Has That Special Something
    edited April 2015
    'Hold Nothing Back' is the new motto from the kit sponsors next year. Lovely.

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    ew, awful just like that United one that resembled tablecloth a few years back.
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