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Stoke v Arsenal: Team sheets

Stoke v Arsenal: Team sheets

Stoke

Begovic
Huth
Shawcross
Wilkinson
Whelan
Wilson
Pennant
Whitehead
Delap
Jones
Walters

Substitutes

Sorensen, Collins, Faye, Shotton, Pugh, Diao, Carew

Arsenal

Szczesny
Sagna
Koscielny
Djourou
Gibbs
Walcott
Ramsey
Song
Wilshere
Arshavin
Van Persie

Substitutes

Lehmann,Vermaelen, Squillaci, Eboue, Rosicky, Chamakh, Bendtner

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Writer:Amos
Date:Sunday May 8 2011
Time: 1:46PM

Comments

0
I hate the home crowd!
GoonerLou
08/05/2011 14:22:00
0
Seriously, why do we sign such stupid players? why on earth did Arshavin foul pennant for?
bowiecokemirror
08/05/2011 14:34:00
0
And where exactly is Sagna going leaving Pennant a free run at goal? Seriously you cannot make this up. Meanwhile Rice and co sit on the touchline looking totally clueless.
Wyn Mills
08/05/2011 14:47:00
0
What a poor, poor performance. I means seriously, where is the fight, desire and quality? Shocking.
Gooner_Vin
08/05/2011 14:50:00
0
The percentages only fell one way in that half.
Amos.
08/05/2011 14:52:00
0
Can you hear those bottles rattling again? Oh no it's just arsenal bottling it as usual! Haha HONK HONK HONK!!! Whooooopsssss!
P.Avfc
08/05/2011 14:52:00
0
Song, Arsahvin, the two wing backs...even Ramsey have no idea they're in a battle out there. We want to pass the ball like its a training match at Colney. Our lot seem to think we have all the time in the world to do it too. I see far too many players looking surprised to be passed the ball or pick up a loose ball. When we get players who have desire and fight in them as well as talent maybe we'll start to get somewhere. Thank goodness Citeh lost yesterday.
Wyn Mills
08/05/2011 14:54:00
0
tell me I'm dreaming someone,please!
e dubbz
08/05/2011 14:56:00
0
Amos, what have percentages got to do with the price of bread? There's only one stat that matters and that's how many times the ball crosses your opponent's line.
Wyn Mills
08/05/2011 14:58:00
0
This isn't down to bad luck, every team knows how to play against us. Defend deep and let us have all the possession knowing we can't hurt them as long as they mark up and don't leave gaps. There simply won't be any space to get behind their defence. Our crossing is poor and pointless most of the time as we have no one capable of winning the ball in the air. No one in the team has the balls to shoot from long range either. Then the opposition can simply rely on set pieces or counter attacks to score against us as we get frustrated and commit too many players forward. We are so incredibly one dimensional it's easy to figure us out.
bowiecokemirror
08/05/2011 15:03:00
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