11 responses

  1. Vik
    April 15, 2014

    does kaiserslautern have a chance?

    • Chris
      April 15, 2014

      I’m pretty sure the 2nd division side is going to get Kaiser slaughtered.

  2. LAKY
    April 15, 2014

    9 years without a trophy. how does Wenger continue to have his job? Sure he always has them qualify for the CL every year and some years they are actually in competition for the league title but nothing more than that.

    they need to part ways with him.

    • Michael
      April 15, 2014

      Yeah, ’cause qualifying for the Champions League for 173 consecutive years is, you know, nothing.

      • Nate Dollars
        April 16, 2014

        i think the differing opinions on wenger’s tenure come down to expectations.

        it’s obvious that the goal of arsenal’s board isn’t really to win the league (or any major trophies), but to qualify for the champions league, and they provide funds accordingly. in that sense, wenger is a great success, and he’ll be around as long as he wants.

    • GW
      April 15, 2014


      Wenger has his flaws but did you notice how quickly Man U went to also rans as soon as SAF left?

      Want to bet Arsenal go even further down the tubes if you fire Wenger at the end of this season? This Arsenal squad is man for man inferior to Liverpool , Man City, and Chelsea.

      Before you fire Wenger maybe you should get him better talent.

      • Bryan
        April 15, 2014

        I wouldn’t say they’re man for man inferior… when they have a full strength squad they can play some pretty good football, as they showed at the beginning of the season before they got plagued with injuries.

      • Dave
        April 15, 2014

        or at least talent that doesn’t break. Their form dropped when midfielders started dropping like flies. Not too many teams can have their first four mids drop without issues. If you blame him for having fragile players then you are really stretching it.

      • Increase0
        April 16, 2014

        There is a reason everyone wants to call him Wiltshire.

  3. A
    April 16, 2014

    The fact that Arsenal were still winning games with their entire starting midfield and often times one or both of their center backs sans Cazorla out injured for long spells is incredible.

  4. Raymon
    April 16, 2014

    If you havent seen it, look up Giroud’s goal. The “hole in one” assist from Vermaelen from the center line, combined with Giroud’s smooth takedown from the air, and megging the keeper. GOTW contender!

    In close second is Poldi’s 2nd goal, with a sublime headed assist onto his left leg from Ramsey, opposite from the direction he was falling.

    Incredible quality, when it all clicks.

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