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Arsenal-Newcastle Team Line-ups

I just saw an update on the BBC live text page: 'Newcastle should be confident after last week's 5-1 hammering of rivals Sunderland, but they face an Arsenal side eager to keep in touch with league leaders Chelsea and determined to put their disappointing midweek Champions League defeat behind them. And what are the chances of Arsenal recording a fourth consecutive 3-0 home win over Newcastle? If that happens Magpies manager Chris Hughton could again face the kind of pressure that came after the 4-0 Carling Cup loss to the Gunners.'

Another 3-0 scoreline? I don't think so. There's a lot of pace and quality in that Newcastle line-up. Learning from the midweek game against Shakhtar Donetsk, history goes out of the window and complacency is one of our biggest bad habits to get rid of. But looking at what the boss is able to put out today, I`m reasonably confident in our team.

Arsenal Starting Line-up
Lukasz Fabianski, Bacary Sagna, Laurent Koscielny, Sebastien Squillaci, Gael Clichy, Theo Walcott, Cesc Fabregas, Jack Wilshere, Alex Song, Samir Nasri, Marouane Chamakh

Arsenal Substitutes
Wojciech Szczesny, Johan Djourou, Emmanuel Eboue, Tomas Rosicky, Andrey Arshavin, Robin van Persie, Nicklas Bendtner

Newcastle Starting Line-up
Tim Krul, Danny Simpson, Fabricio Coloccini, Mike Williamson, Sanchez Jose Enrique, Jonas Gutierrez, Kevin Nolan, Cheik Tiote, Joey Barton, Shola Ameobi, Andrew Carroll

Newcastle Substitutes
Ole Soderberg, Sol Campbell, Steven Taylor, Wayne Routledge, Alan Smith, Peter Lovenkrands, Nile Ranger

Come on you Gunners!!




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Writer: Gooner Lou Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday November 7 2010

Time: 1:36PM

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Tough game on our hands now. Need a fight back in the second half.
Deltaforce
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07/11/2010 14:27:00

what is going on here you look poor and after our result yesterday that is not gloating cl hangover for you aswell?
jljyid
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07/11/2010 15:10:00

***** all.
Sajit
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07/11/2010 15:24:00

Should have played the Carling Cup team.
gunnerkid107
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07/11/2010 15:26:00

height and strength won it for newc
49ers
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07/11/2010 15:30:00

Enough is enough when is wenger going to get his head out of his hands and buy a proper goalkeeper. We will never win anything with these lot that was absolutely disgusting!
saint_gunna
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07/11/2010 15:31:00

Howay the lads! Well done Chrissy Hughton, a Rolls Royce of a full back in his day.
Clive 49
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07/11/2010 15:37:00

Where's all the comments? Have to say I'm devastated with that performance and result. Irrespective of the Chelsea score, for me, that was the end of our PL title chances. You can't lose at home against 2 promoted teams and expect to win it. I've personally have lost all hope. We need a change of approach; not the same thing season after season.
Gooner_Vin
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07/11/2010 17:31:00

We won the league in 2001/2002 after losing three games at home before Boxing Day. Not over.
gunnerkid107
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07/11/2010 17:51:00

Bad bad day at the office today. Some bad luck too with two shots coming off the cross bar but Tim Krul overall made his own good luck by being quite exceptional today. What could have been a massively disastrous week if Chelsea had won has become a mishap but not a disaster with their loss. We are still 5 points off the top but seriously need to pull our bloody socks up.
Deltaforce
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07/11/2010 18:04:00

I lost hope after the West Brom game, what was terrible about this performance was that it convinced me that this won't be the last time we lose at home to an underdog this season. Our performance wasn't that much worse than against West Ham. We got away with a sloppy start against West Ham because they are poor team but against a half-decent side we were punished. I heard a lot of people complaining about Cesc performance but it's almost as if whenever he plays the team expect him to pull a magic assist out of nowhere. Walcott was very ineffective, Chamakh was anonymous. I'd like to go through the whole team but I'd just be repeating myself. West Brom and West Ham all over again and most worryingly, its looks like this isn't the last time this season.
gronedrone
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07/11/2010 18:04:00

Don't put yourselves through the pain by believing this team will catch Chelsea. They will go on a decent run and then f*@k up the same as they have for the last 4 years. We couldn't have put a much better team out today and were beaten pretty easily, we just don't have the mentality.
Iceman10
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07/11/2010 18:10:00

So much for resting the players for the Shaktar game. Nothing breeds complacency like the casual acceptance of defeat, and that's what Wenger prepared his team for as soon as he announced his team on Wednesday. The man is a brilliant coach but his tactical decisions baffle me. Jack off for Bendtner? WTF? The Carling Cup is our best chance of silverware.
Wyn Mills
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07/11/2010 18:38:00

I think Jack was carrying a knock, he was struggling a bit before he got subbed, I'm sure Barton had something to do with it. That ******** ****.
gronedrone
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07/11/2010 18:45:00

Just thought I'd say Hi from the City Vital side of the fence. Don't forget its a marathon not a sprint one defeat in Europe and at home does not mean the sacking of the manager etc etc
taggarts nose
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07/11/2010 20:46:00

Wyn, Wilshere was limping a few mins before he was subbed. Didn't look 100% serious, but you can't carry anyone in a situation like that and Wilshere was immobile at that point.
Little Dutch
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07/11/2010 20:49:00

LD, Fair enough. If only we had a team of Wilsheres.
Wyn Mills
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07/11/2010 21:38:00

 

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