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Match Discussion - Swansea (h)

Match Discussion - Swansea (h)

They say that the best way to get over a bad defeat is to get on with your next game, and we`ve been given the chance to get over the 2-0 loss to Manchester City courtesy of a home FA Cup replay vs. Swansea.

A dramatic 3rd tie at The Liberty Stadium saw The Gunners come from a goal down to lead 2-1 after Lukas Podolski and Kieran Gibbs each scored a blistering goal, only for our boys to succumb to the all to common brain-fart and throw it all away.

So Wednesday sees us host The Swans for the second time this season, who do you think should start? Can we win? Will we go to penalties for the second time this season (god I hope not), will there be many many empty seats?

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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Monday January 14 2013
Time: 9:27AM

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you need an FA Cup replay this month about as much as the Ar$enal board needs to raise ticket prices :-) how much for a ticket to this one?
nzyido
14/01/2013 10:10:00
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Oddly enough .... more than the tickets cost for the league game.
Rocky7
14/01/2013 11:13:00
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Rosicky already injured. Without even getting back from his last injury. wtf. Carzorla could really use a rest.
Wyn Mills
15/01/2013 17:18:00
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I will throw on Thomas Eisfeld for this one and rest Santi. Of course, there is still Arshavin but that will be no good seeing as he has hardly played a game in 2 months now. My concern is with the confidence of the team at home. If that is fixed, no reason we can't win this.
Naijagunner
15/01/2013 21:02:00
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By discussing the game here you guys clearly have missed the point of this article :)
Rocky7
16/01/2013 06:50:00
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Sorry Rocky. Too easy to just start typing!
Wyn Mills
16/01/2013 11:17:00
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