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[size=6]Arsenal FC 2014/2015 Thread[/size]


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[size=6]2014/15 squad[/size]
Keepers
Damian Martinez
Wojciech Szczęsny
David Ospina

Defenders
Laurent Koscielny
Per Mertesacker
Gabriel Paulista
Calum Chambers
Mathieu Debuchy
Hector Bellerin
Nacho Monreal
Kieran Gibbs

Midfielders
Vassiriki Abou Diaby
Mikel Arteta (VC)
Tomas Rosicky
Alex Oxlade Chamberlain
Jack Wilshere
Aaron Ramsey
Mesut Özil
Santi Cazorla
Serge Gnabry
Kristian Bielik

Forwards
Theo Walcott
Olivier Giroud
Alexis Sanchez
Danny Welbeck

Ins and Outs
Ins
Alexis Sanchez Undisclosed(~£30m) Barcelona
Mathieu Debuchy Undisclosed(~£12m) Newcastle
David Ospina Undisclosed(~£3m) OGC Nice
Calum Chambers Undisclosed(~£11m) Southampton
Danny Welbeck Undisclosed(~£16m) Manchester United
Krystian Bielik Undisclosed (~£2.5m) Legia Warsaw
Gabriel Paulista Undisclosed(~£11.3m)

Outs
Thomas Vermaelen Undisclosed(~£15m) Barcelona
Nicklas Bendtner End of Contract
Chu Young Park End of Contract
Bacary Sagna Free Manchester City
Lukasz Fabianski Free Swansea City
Carl Jenkinson Loan West Ham United
Lukas Podolski Loan Inter Milan
Yaya Sanogo Loan Crystal Palace
Joel Campbell Loan Villarreal



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good man,

should be an easy win this weekend vs WBA at home
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Hope it'd be an easy win anyway, but we're looking pretty good, so I think it'll be relatively easy.
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[size=6]Season Stats[/size]
All Competitions
Top Scorers


Assists


League


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Champions League
Group Stage:


Top Scorers


1st Knockout Round 1st Leg: W Arsenal 2-1 Barcelona
1st Knockout Round 2nd Leg: L Barcelona 3-1 Arsenal (4-3 agg)

FA Cup
3rd Round : D Arsenal 1-1 Leeds Utd
3rd Round Replay: W Leeds Utd 1-3 Arsenal
4th Round: W Arsenal 2-1 Huddersfield Town
5th Round: D Leyton Orient 1-1 Arsenal
5th Round Replay: W Arsenal 5-0 Leyton Orient
6th Round: L Manchester United 2-0 Arsenal

Carling Cup

3rd Round: W Sp*rs 1-4 Arsenal AET
4th Round: W Newcastle United 0-4 Arsenal
Quarter-Final: W Arsenal 2-0 Wigan Athletic
Semi-Final 1st Leg L Ipswich Town 1-0 Arsenal
Semi-Final 2nd leg W Arsenal 3-0 Ipswich Town
Final L Arsenal 1-2 Birmigham

Cup Scorers


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Seen you in here Joffa. Scouting out the opposition are we? :lol:
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was very said when fran merida left us as he was in my top 3 fav arsenal players along with rosicky and vela but from what i have heard merida is doing very well in spain
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was very said when fran merida left us as he was in my top 3 fav arsenal players along with rosicky and vela but from what i have heard merida is doing very well in spain


I was disapointed to see him go as well. came with so much promise but just never lived up to it, and tbph was never going to get a chance to break into the first team anyway.
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[youtube]MIvhqliRXGA&feature=related[/youtube]

never forget this goal,
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My favoruite Arsenal goal of all time. Title clinching game of the 1997/1998 double winning season. The celebration is just class. Fuck I miss winning things :lol:
[youtube]un43ZP3aiS0[/youtube]

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And imo the greatest Arsenal moment easily of the last 50 years, and I think most gooners would agree, 1989 title decided against Liverpool. There hasn't been another title finish like this since.
[youtube]4jiBIdtUKhs[/youtube]

And probably the 2nd greatest moment for a lot of gooners is the 1987 Littlewoods Cup Semi Final against Sp*rs. We'd lost the first leg at Highbury 0-1 and were down 1-0 at half time in the second leg at WHL. We come back to score 2 goals in the second half and send it to a replay. In the replay at WHL with 58,000 crammed in there we go down 1-0 again, until we score 2 in the last 8 minutes with the late great David 'Rocky' Rocastle getting the second, bless his soul. This match of course coined the famous chant, 'one nil down, two one up, we beat Tottenham in the Cup'
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Our financial results that were released today. Some excellent stuff.

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[size=6]Arsenal Holdings plc: Financial results[/size]

Arsenal Holdings plc results for the year ended 31 May 2010

ARSENAL'S PROPERTY BUSINESS DELIVERS SIGNIFICANT REDUCTION IN DEBT

* The completion of sale of 362 (2009 - 208) private apartments at Highbury Square and the social housing site at Queensland Road generated £156.9 million of revenue from property (2009 - £88.3 million) and allowed the Group to repay £129.6 million of bank loans.
* The Group's property business is now debt free and generating surplus cash for the Group. The overall level of Group net debt had been reduced to £135.6 million (2009 - £297.7 million) at the balance sheet date.
* Group turnover increased to £379.9 million (2009 - £313.3 million) boosted by the income generated from property sales.
* Operating profit (before depreciation and player trading) in the football business was £56.8 million (2009 - £62.7 million) after increased wage costs.
* Operating profit in the property business was £15.2 million (2009 - £7.8 million) reflecting the sales activity at Highbury Square.
* Profit from player trading of £13.6 million (2009 - £2.9 million).
* Group profit before tax was £56.0 million (2009 - £45.5 million) and profit after tax was £61.0 million (2009 - £35.2 million).

Commenting on the results for the year, Peter Hill-Wood, non-executive Chairman, said:

"The most pleasing aspect of these results is that the returns generated in the property business during the year, particularly at Highbury Square, have allowed us to repay £130 million of bank loans and significantly reduce the Group's overall net debt. We now have a debt free property business which is accumulating surplus cash as further unit sales are made at Highbury Square and which has three further property assets to realise over the next few years."

Ivan Gazidis, Chief Executive, said:

"The competitive landscape makes it ever tougher to achieve success on the field and standing still is simply not, and never has been, an option for the Club. It is important that we continue to develop a vibrant and robust business with sufficient revenues to sustain success. The Group has made good progress over the last year and I am excited by the opportunities which we have in front of us."
http://www.arsenal.com/news/news-archive/arsenal-holdings-plc-financial-results


Full Results: http://www.arsenal.com/assets/_files/documents/sep_10/gun__1285316095_ARSENAL_HOLDINGS_RESULTS_ANNOU.doc (DOC)

http://www.arsenal.com/assets/_files/documents/sep_10/gun__1285316230_ARSENAL_HOLDINGS_RESULTS_ANNOU.pdf (PDF)
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one of my fav games, many reasons, a few are - my flatmate was a big liverpool fan, we scored 6 at anfield, it was a great game in general and JULIO ,its a shame he didnt kick on :cry:
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im still pissed you guys didnt get Schwarzer

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pimpsta wrote:
[youtube]MIvhqliRXGA&feature=related[/youtube]

never forget this goal,


neither, 'cos i was there :cool:
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[size=6]Premier League Preview: Arsenal - West Bromwich Albion[/size]

Cup Win Eases Frustration Of Dropped Points On Wearside

Conceding a last-gasp equaliser in an eventful game at Sunderland ruined Arsenal’s last weekend and cost them temporary occupancy of top spot in the Premier League, but a handsome 4-1 away victory over arch-rivals Tottenham in the League Cup on Tuesday will have done much to banish the gloom that followed the Gunners south from the Stadium of Light.

Darren Bent’s 95th minute strike made a 1-1 draw feel like a defeat, and so infuriated Arsene Wenger that the Arsenal manager was fined and banned from the dugout for one match.

The Frenchman served his suspension at White Hart Lane (as did midfielder Alex Song, sent off for a second bookable offence at Sunderland), and admitted that his unaccustomed elevated vantage point gave him a novel and instructive perspective as his side impressed in overcoming Spurs. Particularly encouraging for Wenger was the performance of 18-year-old Jack Wilshere, who contributed significantly as Arsenal stretched their unbeaten start to seven matches in all competitions.

Ominous for Saturday’s opponents West Brom is the Gunners' home record this season: they’ve played three games at the Emirates, winning them all and scoring 16 goals while conceding just one.

Something else that may concern Albion is the fact that although Wenger surprised many – especially Spurs – by fielding a stronger team than expected for a League Cup tie, he was still rewarded with a stylish victory despite the absence of Manuel Almunia, Bacary Sagna, Thomas Vermaelen, Sebastien Squillaci, Song, Cesc Fabregas, Abou Diaby, Aaaron Ramsey, Theo Walcott, Robin van Persie and Nicklas Bendtner.

Moreover, Andrey Arshavin, Marouane Chamakh and Gael Clichy only started on the bench. So much for the Gunners lacking strength in depth.

However, the Sunderland game last Saturday had one or two uncomfortable echoes of last season in terms of not closing out a game from a winning position; Tomas Rosicky’s missed penalty proved especially costly, as did one very late, split-second lapse in concentration by an otherwise solid defence after the 10 men had held out for oor .

Eradicating such errors is the best way to achieve the consistency on which title-winning campaigns are based, and Wenger has acknowledged as much. He recently admitted: “My players don't have the excuse of inexperience any more. They are eager for titles. I believe they are capable, but they have to show it.”

Baggies Pulling Their Socks Up

After acquiring a the reputation of being the ultimate yo-yo club (four promotions to and three relegations from the Premier League since 2001-02), West Brom have made a highly encouraging start to their latest top-flight season. They recovered from an opening day 6-0 mauling by champions Chelsea and have only lost one other game (at Anfield). They arrive at the Emirates off the back three unbeaten games – a draw at home to Spurs and victories over neighbours Birmingham City and ambitious Manchester City, the latter in a midweek League Cup tie.

Roberto Di Matteo’s side look a better bet for survival than some of their predecessors, and travel to north London in ninth place, brimming with confidence.

Their 2-1 win against high-spending Manchester City was achieved despite Di Matteo having made no fewer than 10 changes from the side that beat Birmingham last weekend. It will have helped convince the players that they are good enough to retain their top-flight status this season.

However, less encouraging for Albion is that they last won at Arsenal some 27 years ago, that the Gunners have won their last five league and cup games against West Brom (including a 2-0 League Cup win at the Emirates last season), and that the Baggies' only Premier League point away to the Gunners was a 1-1 draw at Highbury in November 2004.

Moreover, Arsenal have kept seven clean sheets and conceded only two goals in their last nine home league games, whereas West Brom have failed to win their last 18 away Premier League games, taking four points from a possible 54, and their most recent top-flight away win was 1-0 at Middlesbrough almost exactly two years ago (27 September 2008).

TEAM NEWS

Arsenal

Arsenal will give fitness tests to Abou Diaby, Emmanuel Eboue and Tomas Rosicky, all of whose chances of making the starting XI are thought to be doubtful. Eboue and Rosicky picked up knocks in midweek against Spurs, while impressive young left-back Kieran Gibbs injured his foot and will definitely miss out, although the damage was bruising rather than another broken metatarsal, as had originally been feared. with a bruised foot.

Alex Song is back in contention after serving his one-game ban, but the game comes too soon for Thomas Vermaelen (Achilles) and Cesc Fabregas (hamstring), both of whom hope to return from injury against Chelsea next weekend.

Also sidelined are Nicklas Bendtner (groin), Robin van Persie and Theo Walcott (both ankle), Emmanuel Frimpong (knee) and Aaron Ramsey (broken leg).

Possible Starting XI: Almunia, Sagna, Koscielny, Squillaci, Clichy; Denilson, Song, Wilshere; Nasri, Chamakh, Arshavin.


West Bromwich Albion

Roberto Di Matteo is expected to bring back most of the players he rested for Albion’s League Cup victory against Manchester City. That means the likes of Scott Carson, Jonas Olsson, Gonzalo Jara, Gabriel Tamas, Jerome Thomas, Paul Scharner, Youssouf Mulumbu, Chris Brunt (left), Peter Odemwingie and Marc-Antoine Fortune will probably be back in the starting XI, along with Graham Dorrans and Nicky Shorey.

Midweek goalscorers Gianni Zuiverloon and Simon Cox may drop back to the bench, and a similar fate may await Boaz Myhill, Abdoulaye Meite, Ibanez Pablo, Somen Tchoyi, Steven Reid, Giles Garnes and Roman Bednar.

Midfielder James Morrison completes a three-game suspension, while Marek Cech (foot), Joe Mattock (ankle) and Ishmael Miller (thigh) are all sidelined through injury.

Possible Starting XI: Carson; Jara, Olsson, Tamas, Shorey; Thomas, Scharner, Dorrans, Bruynt; Odemwingie, Fortune.

Head to Head

Last 3 meetings
Carling Cup ‎Sep 22, 2009 Arsenal 2 - West Bromwich 0    

English Premier League ‎Mar 3, 2009 West Bromwich 1 - Arsenal 3    

English Premier League Aug 16, 2008 Arsenal 1 - West Bromwich 0

Last 5 Matches
Sep 21, 2010   Tottenham 1 - Arsenal 4   Carl
Sep 18, 2010   Sunderland 1 - Arsenal 1   EPL
Sep 15, 2010   Arsenal 6 - Braga 0   UCL
Sep 11, 2010   Arsenal 4 - Bolton 1   EPL
Aug 28, 2010   Blackburn 1 - Arsenal 2   EPL

Sep 22, 2010   West Bromwich 2 - Man City 1   Carl
Sep 18, 2010   West Bromwich 3 - Birmingham 1   EPL
Sep 11, 2010   West Bromwich 1 - Tottenham 1   EPL
Aug 29, 2010   Liverpool 1 - West Bromwich 0   EPL
Aug 24, 2010   Leyton Orient 0 - West Bromwich 2
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Here's my prediction for our lineup this weekend.

---Almunia---
Sagna---Squillaci---Koscielny---Clichy

-----Song-------
---Nasri---Wilshere----

Rosicky----------------Arshavin

--------Chamakh------

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sydneycroatia58 wrote:
Here's my prediction for our lineup this weekend.

---Almunia---
Sagna---Squillaci---Koscielny---Clichy

-----Song-------
---Nasri---Wilshere----

Rosicky----------------Arshavin

--------Chamakh------


isn't vermaelen fit again?
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Not for this weekend, no. Diaby is apparently back this weekend, but I wouldn't risk him.
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would be looking for a comfitable 3-0 win here
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sydneycroatia58 wrote:
Not for this weekend, no. Diaby is apparently back this weekend, but I wouldn't risk him.


diaby, fit or not, i would go with the line up you posted
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I might have to check the rules and see if Arsenal discussion qualifies as spam...

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Hopefully an easy 3 points but West Brom have recruited well, especially Odewingie and Scharner. They'll give us a run for our money especially at set peices, thankfully we have Chamakh to give us a bit more height.

Would like to see Vela given some more time on the park, he's very hot & cold. If he could put it all together consistently then he could be a top notch winger.
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Joffa wrote:
I might have to check the rules and see if Arsenal discussion qualifies as spam...

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i was logged out just then and there were no reply or quote buttons obviously but i didn't realise i wasn't logged in so i thought you'd locked this :lol:
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Is Fabregas out for this mtch and when is Walcot back?
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Gooner4life_8 wrote:
Joffa wrote:
I might have to check the rules and see if Arsenal discussion qualifies as spam...

;)


i was logged out just then and there were no reply or quote buttons obviously but i didn't realise i wasn't logged in so i thought you'd locked this :lol:


Sorry I gave you a fright...well I'm a little sorry:lol:
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Joffa wrote:
Is Fabregas out for this mtch and when is Walcot back?


yes and a few more weeks away
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11.mvfc.11 wrote:
What's the go with Ramsey?


back november-ish i think
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11.mvfc.11 wrote:
What's the go with Ramsey?


I think January was the time the club had put on an expected return, Just read that November was the closer to the mark, although this will vary depending on how his re-hab goes.

Edited by mus-28: 25/9/2010 03:46:51 PM
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This game will see no defending a fair few goals and lots of entertainment:lol:

I can see another big win for us if West Brom do what Blackpool did and actually try and play.

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Is Fabregas out for this mtch and when is Walcot back?


Fabregas is back for the Chelsea game and Walcott and RVP are back mid October

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Would like to see Vela given some more time on the park, he's very hot & cold. If he could put it all together consistently then he could be a top notch winger.


With Rosicky an injury worry, I'd move Arshavin onto the right and give Vela a go on the left.

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What's the go with Ramsey?


Everything is on course for a November return.


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