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Carling Cup Final

Old Feb 28th 2011, 1:01 pm
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Thought yesterday's game was an absolute belter. What now though for the boys from The Emirates? Is the season going to be trophyless - again?
Treading on dodgy ground possibly, but for me Arsene took over George Graham's defence, has never replaced it and despite my admiration for Fabulousgas, they lack a real leader on the pitch. Cesc is no Roy Keane. Too many of the players also seem to 'hide' when the going gets tough.
Anyway - congrats to Brum - good to see honest professionals, who were running on empty at the end, come through. Good game and good to see a team from outside big 4 or 5 win something. All I want now is the Saints to be promoted.
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Old Mar 1st 2011, 8:37 pm
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Originally Posted by bibblehead View Post
Thought yesterday's game was an absolute belter. What now though for the boys from The Emirates? Is the season going to be trophyless - again?
Treading on dodgy ground possibly, but for me Arsene took over George Graham's defence, has never replaced it and despite my admiration for Fabulousgas, they lack a real leader on the pitch. Cesc is no Roy Keane. Too many of the players also seem to 'hide' when the going gets tough.
Anyway - congrats to Brum - good to see honest professionals, who were running on empty at the end, come through. Good game and good to see a team from outside big 4 or 5 win something. All I want now is the Saints to be promoted.
Pretty much my feelings as a Gooner,been saying for couple of years now the defence is shite.The only ones i would keep are Clichy and Vemaelen(if he ever gets fit again),oh for another Tony Adams!!
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