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Arsenal
3 - 0
WBA

Premiership

Emirates Stadium

5/11/11

Attendance: 60,091

Referee: Oliver

ArsenalWBA
Van Persie (22), Vermaelen (39), Arteta (74)
Szczesny     Foster    
Vermaelen     Olsson    
Kosciely     McAuley    
Santos     Jones    
Jenkinson     Reid    
Arteta     Morrison    
Walcott     78 Brunt    
Ramsey     71 Thomas    
Song     Dorrans     80
Van Persie     Gera     63
Gervinho     72 Cox     71
Substitutes
Fabianski     Fulop    
Mertesacker     Shorey    
Djourou     Dawson    
Rosicky     71 Tchoyi     63
Arshavin     78 Mulumbu     71
Benayoun     72 Thorne     80
Park Chu-Young     Fortune    
Game Statistics
12
Goal Attempts
9
7
On Target
4
4
Corners
1
12
Fouls
12
0
Yellow Cards
0
0
Red Cards
0
59
%
41

Writer:Arsenal Site Staff
Date:Saturday November 5 2011
Time: 5:06PM

Comments

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Sajit
05/11/2011 17:14:00
0
I said I would never write on this blog again because of all the hatred towards the best manager we have or will ever had as the Boss (IMHO). You rocky janelle and others were ready to push him out are your opinions still the same or are you having to eat that HUMBLE pie with a giant spoon full for mouthing off??
alwaysgunner
06/11/2011 05:02:00
0
More importantly is that it was another clean sheet and GD is back to positive territory
HK_Gunner
06/11/2011 08:28:00
0
Here's the thread alwaysgunner is talking about http://www.arsenal.vitalfootball.co.uk/article.asp?a=525424 As everyone can plainly see there is no hatred of Wenger from anyone there, just a critique of many failings which was completely justifiable given the appalling run of results which seemed destined to continue unabated from last season. Utterly ridiculous tabloidesque sensationalism to say there was hatred of Wenger.
nikolaijns
06/11/2011 12:29:00
0
Eat humble pie? For beating a clueless WBA at home? lolz
Sajit
06/11/2011 15:49:00
0
Loved Wengers interview after the match.. We need to be humble and try our best. First place is too far away at the moment.
Sajit
06/11/2011 15:50:00
0
It might be sensationalism to describe a failure of confidence in Wenger as hatred but it was also a little sensationalist to be contemplating relegation as was the case at the time. We've picked up 15 of the last 18 PL points. We can't be absolutely sure we won't be right back in it in a few months time but if it's all right to over react when things are going badly then you can't blame others for doing so when they appear to be going well.
Amos.
06/11/2011 16:25:00
0
Still feel we are on a knife edge. Our season depends on having a fit RvP throughout.. And you know that has not happened in his 7 seasons so far.
Sajit
06/11/2011 16:48:00
0
I don't think it's really impossible to overreact when you lose 8-2 tbh. A few jokes were made here about relegation I'm sure I made one myself but did anyone here seriously give it as a potential reality? I doubt it. Given the shocking half of last season which merged effortlessly into the start of this one, given the fact we sold two of our three best players with only a half hearted desperate last transfer days' activity to counter that, I'm in no doubt whatsoever that the thread in question and feelings of those raising doubts over Wenger were more than justified. This was no grumble of a 3 game loss, this was the outcome of 6 months of atrocious form and years of selling our best players with little of the ensuing profit being reinvested directly into the squad.
nikolaijns
06/11/2011 17:28:00
0
The doubts were perfectly understandable. The problems were/are bound to raise plenty of doubts and any grumbles justifiable. But it's equally justified for alwaysgunner to ask whether opinions are now as definite as they were a few weeks ago.
Amos.
06/11/2011 18:02:00
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