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The Journalist

Writer: Site Staff Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday February 5 2010

Time: 10:02AM

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Good article by Stroller in the Daily Star this morning, pretty much what I've been saying on here for weeks. Is he deluded too? Like the man in the raincoat, I reckon Arsenal may get a draw out of this, due to Chelsea playing safe in these kind of situations.
hodfoundgodwithapass
Daily Star? Haha
gunnerkid107
Yes, an Arsenal legend talking to the Daily Star.
hodfoundgodwithapass
Voyeur!!!
Naijagunner
Im a United fan, but just thought I'd doff my hat to Wenger for not jumping on the anti-terry bandwagon. I thought it was a classy move on his part not to sling mud at a man covered in it, before a big game.
tuscan3000
Im a big Denilson fan but Wenger needs to make a decision about him before this game. The guy is either carrying an injury or playing the worst football of his young career. He was at fault for two of the goals against United and he looks like a player who knows he won't be dropped. In the first half of last season he was arguably our most consistent player. He was the first player to be subbed against United so Wenger will have realised that something is not quite right with Denny. He is having a bad patch of form but I genuinely believe he can one day become a world class player.
gronedrone
Denilson is a major liability right now, so let's hope Diaby is fit enough to play in his stead. Failing that, I'd play Nasri in midfield. I really don't see the world-class potential in Denilson to be honest, he's neither creative enough or defensive enough to be a star. He's the sort of guy who could be a decent player for a mid-table team.
krismon1
Pity, I shall not be able to watch this game as its timing on a Sunday coincides with the time I have to be at a Christian Fellowship meeting. I will be asking God to give the lads victory, today and chart them a path to the title (even if undeserved), to His glory.
Naijagunner
Song Cesc Diaby start, and up front there's Walcott, Arshavin, Nasri. Strange one, is there a problem with Bendtner??
Gunnerman
song is at top form right now. arssene should build his confidence . aserne should go for an experienced world class striker. aeshavin, van persie and bentner are not central forwards, but are good wingers
abenrogers33
 

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