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Team News: Arsenal v. Birmingham

Arsenal Starting XI: Fabianski, Eboue, Squillaci, Djourou, Clichy, Song, Diaby, Nasri, Wilshere, Arshavin, Chamakh

Arsenal Bench: Szczesny, Rosicky, Vela, Walcott, Denilson, Gibbs, Bendtner

Birmingham Starting XI: Foster, Carr, Johnson, Dann, Ridgewell, Larsson, Ferguson, Bowyer, Fahey, Hleb, Zigic

Birmingham Bench: Taylor, Murphy, Phillips, O'Connor, Derbyshire, Michel, Jiranek

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Writer:Brice Coffer
Date:Saturday October 16 2010
Time: 2:49PM

Comments

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Geez our bench looks **** today. haha
insider says
16/10/2010 14:56:00
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Just in case we need to match Birmingham at their own game :D
ajwb
16/10/2010 15:02:00
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Haha sorry I'm in a hotel room and don't have the Vital editing site with me. Even following the game from text stuff on news sites :( - so any update posted here is appreciated! Have to wait for Gkid to change our bench. :D
GoonerLou
16/10/2010 15:18:00
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Trevor Francis and Rob Palmer on Sky. Tell me you are not blind please. You could see that the defender's foot made contact with Chamakh's. And even though Marouane made the most of it, it isn't the blatant dive that Palmer and Francis are making it out to be
Eboue=GOD
16/10/2010 15:53:00
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Had to turn the commentary off after listening to those muppets spout all that bias arsenal bashing, what utter ballacks! Chamakh clearly had his a whack on his foot from a late challenge so its a penalty, no arguement. Then he gets a strong leading elbow to the head and they say 'why's he gone down'. shut the hell up!
insider says
16/10/2010 15:56:00
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The goal was down to bad marking, JD was edging his bets by covering the space infront and Clichy backed of the 6'5 guy but he probably wouldnt have had much chance anyway except the hope of putting him off his header. Based on play so far we should still win this though. 2 more in the second half please.
insider says
16/10/2010 15:59:00
0
*****! Our bench looks alot better now....
gunnerkid107
16/10/2010 16:01:00
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We need to find a cutting edge or we could make things difficult for ourselves this game. I say we pull the gloves off; no more messing around. We must make the chances & possession count; and some calm heads around goal, please.

As for the commentaries, it is absolututely unbelievable how "un neutral" they sound. it is a shame, even counting the tackles made by Arsenal, as if to force the toga of a dirty team on us.
Naijagunner
16/10/2010 16:04:00
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As for the game, that was a clear dive. MC was going down before the minimal contact was made. That will end up costing us in the long run.
gunnerkid107
16/10/2010 16:05:00
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2-0!!! Chamakh.
Naijagunner
16/10/2010 16:06:00
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