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Match Discussion - Brighton (a)

Match Discussion - Brighton (a)

Just as it always good to move on to the next game in an attempt to redeem yourself from a bad loss, it`s always good to quickly take to the field after a good win in order to maintain some momentum.

After a cracking win (and a blistering start to the second half) against West Ham on Wednesday night, The Mighty Gunners switch competitions and head into the FA Cup with a trip to Brighton`s swanky new ground The American Express Community Stadium (what the fu…..), much to the delight of the travelling Arsenal completionists and piss heads.

The game represents a good chance to progress to the next round of the FA Cup and hopefully lessons have been learned from the Bradford game and we`ll come flying out of the traps.

What kind of line up will Wenger choose? Will we emerge victorious? Will Tim get sh*t faced and end up sleeping under the pier? All these important questions, and more, can been talking about in our match discussion thread that you can find here in the Vital Arsenal forum.

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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Friday January 25 2013
Time: 7:52AM

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Poyet has them playing good football. I hope the boys have got the right heads on for this one. Has the potential to be an exciting game.
Amos.
25/01/2013 08:57:00
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Early goal and the game's ours, let's home they're motivated correctly from the off.
shewore
25/01/2013 09:18:00
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Guys ... might I point you in the direction of the link above so you might click the link that takes you to the match discussion thread? :)
Rocky7
25/01/2013 11:13:00
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