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Old 27th September 2013, 03:09 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Can Arsenal win the EpL

There has been a morale boost in the coming of Ozil. What are your thought about the gunners getting the title this season?

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Re: Can Arsenal win the EpL

Why not. And as for now, so does 19 other teams mathematically.


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Re: Can Arsenal win the EpL

It's a bit early to be asking that yet, wait till christmas and then see where we are. If they can keep up this pace all the way till next year then yes but they cannot last with injuries usually coming in.

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It's straight down between Chelsea, Spurs and City. United are overly dependant on Van Persie and e loss of Ferguson adds on to their problem. Moyes doesn't have the same aura and tactical nous to inspire the team to perform above its capacity. As for Arsenal, they'll capitulate in the second half of the season as always. Their season will be over come March when they are eliminated from all the cup competitions and be out of the running for the title race due to the lack of depth and quality in their squad. Ozil's no Messi or Van Persie or Ronaldo. This is coming from a follower of the BPL for the past 13 years.

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Re: Can Arsenal win the EpL

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It's a bit early to be asking that yet, wait till christmas and then see where we are. If they can keep up this pace all the way till next year then yes but they cannot last with injuries usually coming in.
It's not just the injuries, it's the fact that they do not have the players to play against the big other three: United, City, Chelsea. Arsenal usually come up short against these big teams due to the lack of quality, experience and physical presence. This problem is exacerbated in the champions league when they come up against e likes of Bayern ,Real Madrid or Barcelona. As for the English cups competitions, they will be outmuscled by lower league oppositions. All these problems are due to the obstinate Wenger who wants to play "beautiful football" like Barcelona when they do not have players of the same calibre. Also, Wenger's still living in the past when his "invisible" Arsenal team had the likes of Henry, Bergkamp etc. and somehow he believes that his current group of players are in the same class as them.


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It's straight down between Chelsea, Spurs and City. United are overly dependant on Van Persie and e loss of Ferguson adds on to their problem. Moyes doesn't have the same aura and tactical nous to inspire the team to perform above its capacity. As for Arsenal, they'll capitulate in the second half of the season as always. Their season will be over come March when they are eliminated from all the cup competitions and be out of the running for the title race due to the lack of depth and quality in their squad. Ozil's no Messi or Van Persie or Ronaldo. This is coming from a follower of the BPL for the past 13 years.
City...They have performed badly for their 3 away matches...

What about Spurs and Liverpool ? Sudden spike.

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City...They have performed badly for their 3 away matches...

What about Spurs and Liverpool ? Sudden spike.
City's slow start to the season cannot be construed as a lack of quality in their squad. It's just that they're not totally focused on the league yet since their priority is to qualify from their Champions League group which features Bayern. Bear in mind that they're absolutely determined to excel in the UCL this time round after having to endure two catastrophic seasons. You will definitely see them embark on a winning run in the league during the break period of the Champions League tournament. Furthermore, a team that can demolish United has to be considered as a serious title contender. As for Spurs, they have the strength in depth with the likes of Defoe and Lennon on the bench. More importantly, they have a relatively strong defense and midfield. Also being a proven goalscorer, once Soldado gets going, he will get 20+ goals for Spurs. And finally for Liverpool, it's simply a case of them flattering to deceive in the early stages of the season. In fact, from here on in, I can see them struggling to win matches on a consistent basis. All in all, come the end of the season, the standings will likely be as follows: 1) Chelsea/City 2) City/Chelsea 3)Spurs 4)United 5)Arsenal 6)Liverpool/Everton 7)Everton/Liverpool


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City's slow start to the season cannot be construed as a lack of quality in their squad. It's just that they're not totally focused on the league yet since their priority is to qualify from their Champions League group which features Bayern. Bear in mind that they're absolutely determined to excel in the UCL this time round after having to endure two catastrophic seasons. You will definitely see them embark on a winning run in the league during the break period of the Champions League tournament. Furthermore, a team that can demolish United has to be considered as a serious title contender. As for Spurs, they have the strength in depth with the likes of Defoe and Lennon on the bench. More important, they have a relatively strong defense and midfield. Also being a proven goalscorer, once Soldado gets going, he will get 20+ goals. And finally for Liverpool, it's simply a case of them flattering to deceive in the early stages of the season. In fact, from here on in, I can see them struggling to win matches on a consistent basis. All in all, come the end of the season, the standings will likely be as follows: 1) Chelsea/City 2) City/Chelsea 3)Spurs 4)United 5)Arsenal 6)Liverpool/Everton 7)Everton/Liverpool
Wow, you expect Arsenal to demolish itself towards the end of season ?

Yeah, this season best season for City to go past beyond the CL group stage...

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It's straight down between Chelsea, Spurs and City. United are overly dependant on Van Persie and e loss of Ferguson adds on to their problem. Moyes doesn't have the same aura and tactical nous to inspire the team to perform above its capacity. As for Arsenal, they'll capitulate in the second half of the season as always. Their season will be over come March when they are eliminated from all the cup competitions and be out of the running for the title race due to the lack of depth and quality in their squad. Ozil's no Messi or Van Persie or Ronaldo. This is coming from a follower of the BPL for the past 13 years.
Spurs as title contenders?! lolx!

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It's straight down between Chelsea, Spurs and City. United are overly dependant on Van Persie and e loss of Ferguson adds on to their problem. Moyes doesn't have the same aura and tactical nous to inspire the team to perform above its capacity. As for Arsenal, they'll capitulate in the second half of the season as always. Their season will be over come March when they are eliminated from all the cup competitions and be out of the running for the title race due to the lack of depth and quality in their squad. Ozil's no Messi or Van Persie or Ronaldo. This is coming from a follower of the BPL for the past 13 years.
Spurs as title contenders?! lolx!

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very quiet here

Come on you Gooners! where are you?

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I believe arsenal can win premier league this year, as now we are leading by 5 points on top of the league


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By now we all kown that we arsenal has lost the chance. bad bench players and serious injury has broken the final hope of professor Wenger. Hope he will extend his contract after this season. anyway Arsene is still the best choice for manager of gunner。

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