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Marseille
0 - 1
Arsenal

Champions League

Velodrome Marseilles

19/10/11

Attendance: 24,534

Referee: Skomina

MarseilleArsenal
Ramsey (92)
Mandanda     Szczesny    
Azpilicueta     Mertesacker    
N'Koulou     Koscielny    
Morel     Santos    
Diawara     Jenkinson     62
Diarra     Rosicky    
Cheyrou     87 Arteta    
Gonzalez     73 Walcott     67
Valbuena     Song    
Remy     69 Arshavin     78
Ayew     Van Persie    
Substitutes
Bracigliano     Fabianski    
Traore     Djourou     62
Jean-Philippe Sabo     Ramsey     78
Roland     Benayoun    
Kabore     87 Coquelin    
Amalfitano     73 Gervinho     67
Gignac
 
  69 Chamakh    
Game Statistics
6
Goal Attempts
8
2
On Target
6
1
Corners
9
10
Fouls
10
3
Yellow Cards
3
0
Red Cards
0
47
%
53

Writer:Arsenal Site Staff
Date:Wednesday October 19 2011
Time: 9:38PM

Comments

0
What has Walcott done to deserve a starting place everytime he is fit? Another rubbish performance from him
fcdematthew
19/10/2011 21:51:00
0
I hate to agree, but I must. Chamberlain has been excellent every time he's turned out for us. I understand the need to protect him somewhat, but he certainly deserves more playing time than he's getting.
Rocky7
19/10/2011 22:19:00
0
He will get playing time; all part of the "feet on the ground" drill he will need to have. Throw him now and he thinks he' arrived; then, one bad game and he could be 'destroyed'. Theo Walcott, anyone?
Naijagunner
19/10/2011 22:41:00
0
*Throw him in now*
Naijagunner
19/10/2011 22:42:00
0
We should get the stats for the number of attempted and completed crosses by Jenkinson tonight. Audacious performance from the lad. Hope his injury isn't long term.
Naijagunner
19/10/2011 22:49:00
0
About 40 attempted and 1 completed is my guess
ajwb
19/10/2011 23:25:00
0
Aw come on, ajwb. He was our more effective wing player today and only needed someone like Chamakh in there and he will have a few "assists" to his name.
Naijagunner
19/10/2011 23:50:00
0
Preposterous card for Djourou, can we please stop trying to take players on in or outside our box (Lookin at you Song) Theres a time to dribble and that ain't it. Real kick in the nuts for Marseille but they were pants 2nd half and we deserved more than a point apiece on balance. Nicely taken goal from Rambo who has been really very poor in his previous few showings, hopefully give the lad a boost back up.
nikolaijns
20/10/2011 01:54:00
0
Saw a tweet from GingersforLimpar this morning that the Sun warrented a 6 rating for Kos's performance last night, and Mertesacker a 5. A ****ing five, how can two defenders who kept a clean sheet and made sure there was no real danger be scored so pathetically. Now i'm not one to overly fuss about the Sun, but this has royally got on my tits.
Rocky7
20/10/2011 07:24:00
0
Even if Ramsey hasn't gotten back to top form, he's still scored 2 goals and put in 3 assists in his last 4 turnouts. If that's him when he's poor I can't wait until he kicks into gear.
Arsenales F.C
20/10/2011 08:13:00
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