PBP: Arsenal FC vs. Bournemouth - 27/02/19

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  1. NorthBank

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    Yeah I thought that was unnecessarily risky myself. Kos & Sok were both upfield and Mkhi & Guen were minding the store. Luckily that segment didn't lead to an equalizer.

    Meanwhile ManU are winning, and Chelsea are drawing, so we really need ANOTHER GOAL. Please????
     
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  2. NorthBank

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    #27 NorthBank, Feb 27, 2019
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    3-1 Kos! In the first min of 2T. After a broken freekick. Maybe this is our day??
     
  3. NorthBank

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    I guess Iwobi's ankle knock wasn't too bad. :) He's on at 57' for Kola.
     
  4. NorthBank

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    4-1!! Auba with the kind of fast-break goal I just love to see. And another beautiful assist... this time a long thruball by Mkhi.

    We got our Arsenal back? ;)
     
  5. MisplacedSpainard

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    Or Bournmouth are that bad?
     
  6. ArsenalMetro

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    I wouldn't say that Bournemouth are bad, they just aren't defensively resolute. They're the type of lower-table team that we always run through, unlike the Stokes of the world.
     
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  7. NorthBank

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    Not usually. But glass half full mate. Especially as we look towards the NLD in 3 days.
     
  8. NorthBank

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    Auba coming off. With quite the Eraser Head hairdo these days!

    We've already brought off Kola & Mkhi.

    Great that a 3-goal lead has allowed us to do a little pre-NLD rotation. And good on Emery for doing this.

    p.s. The fact that Ozil's going another 90 means he'll only be on the bench at Wembley. No surprise there.
     
  9. Aaron d

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    [QUOTE="NorthBank, post: 37559883, member: 77926"

    p.s. The fact that Ozil's going another 90 means he'll only be on the bench at Wembley. No surprise there.[/QUOTE]

    I wonder if that’s so Emery doesn’t feel pressured to start him?
     
  10. NorthBank

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    5-1! Laca with a FK beauty. :D

    5-1 doesn't exactly achieve the 5-0 pseudo-Fibonacci, but it's damn good enough!!!!
     
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  11. NorthBank

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    Meanwhile, we find ourselves in the odd position of rooting for Spurs to equalize at the Bridge!
     
  12. mebeSajid

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    If results hold today, win on Saturday means we're a point behind Sperz and St. Totteringham's Day is back on.
     
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  13. ArsenalMetro

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    lol nope ******** em
     
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  14. NorthBank

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    FVCK! Maybe it's not our day. Kos just got absolutely stomped on his knee. Doesn't look good. But let's pray it's just a knock not ligament damage.

    Edit: He's up and walking. Some nasty stud marks, but looks like he can continue. Phew!
     
  15. mebeSajid

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    Do we? Sperz losing today and us winning on Saturday means St. Totteringham's Day is back on.
     
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  16. Aaron d

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    Must every Defender get hurt this season?
     
  17. NorthBank

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    Now Palace has pulled back a goal against United. So we can root for them too to equalize.

    p.s. I'm not counting any chickens for St.Tott's day. I'd rather see a draw at the Bridge... best result for us overall.
     
  18. NorthBank

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    FT. 5-1. Impressive.

    P.s. Shout out to Elijah Cummings for recessing his hearing for 85 mins of our match. Maybe he's a closet Gooner?
     
  19. mebeSajid

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    Aim for the stars man.
     
  20. ArsenalMetro

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    Tell that to Trippier :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
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  21. mebeSajid

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    Fantastic finish by Kieran Trippier for 2-0.
     
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  22. Aaron d

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    I know mathematically it’s better for spurs to draw, but I’ll always enjoy watching them lose.
     
  23. NorthBank

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    Will do. There's no choice now, as it appears Chelsea players decided to play for their manager today. An interesting week!
     
  24. GunnerJacket

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    Been in meetings all day so will have to watch it via replayn but well done lads! Well done Yoss, too! May your steak continue!
     
  25. BIGHMW

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    I'm ready for the Derby against Dog Shit, COYF'n'G!!!
     

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