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Lazie March 10th, 2019 02:24 PM

OJ, since you're the only remaining Arsenal fan
 
round here .... good win.

Lazie March 10th, 2019 02:29 PM

Oh yeah .... Peejay is another one. Big up on the win as well Peejay.

HL March 10th, 2019 02:33 PM

....suh what about Gamma.......?

Rockman March 10th, 2019 02:40 PM

Congrats to Arsenal.

Lazie March 10th, 2019 02:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by HL (Post 596151)
....suh what about Gamma.......?

Everybody else has left the forum.

Jangle March 10th, 2019 02:51 PM

Congrats to the Arsenal man dem

Jawge March 10th, 2019 03:02 PM

Yup excuse mi bad manners :) congrats to Arsenal on their win. Mi haff too much Arsenal fren out deh fi nuh say congrats.


I already expressed how I feel about the goals and stand by it.

OJ March 14th, 2019 08:46 PM

On behalf all gunners you are welcome. I did tell some Manu guy to be carefull howcthem call big side name.

PeeJay March 17th, 2019 08:21 PM

Lazie, jangle and Rockman. SORRY
 
Manu underestimate wolves. Worst showing under the caretaker. Let's see now Manager's earn their stripe after losing a few. Mr. WENGER CALLED it. When he was asked about Solskjaer. Now we will see if he can steer the Manu ship back on track.

Lazie March 17th, 2019 09:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by PeeJay (Post 596405)
Manu underestimate wolves. Worst showing under the caretaker. Let's see now Manager's earn their stripe after losing a few. Mr. WENGER CALLED it. When he was asked about Solskjaer. Now we will see if he can steer the Manu ship back on track.

Didnít see the game. I expect Ole to turn this around.

Jangle March 18th, 2019 09:28 AM

We deserved to lose. The players looked like they needed some Red Bull. Wolves is also a very good team with very good players. I've been watching the MexTican Jimenez and also Neves who are their key players. Those two are big team quality players. Wolves just played better than us.

Jawge March 18th, 2019 11:33 AM

I watched the game. I would say wolves is a good team with good players.


There is a glaring problem with MU. Why is Fred being blamed for the loss to Arsenal when he was just doing his job? Fred is technically superior to Lacazette; Lacazette ran in to the 18 exposing too much of the ball. Fred being a very good midfielder took advantage of Laca exposing too much of the ball by placing himself between the player and the ball. Laca realizing that he will lose the ball dived for a penalty. How can Fred be blamed?
Fast forward to the FA cup. Guess who shows up as a ball handler and distributor? This must be one sick joke. I'm serious.

Jawge March 18th, 2019 11:46 AM

Disregard my statements above on the penalty (that's my eyes) lets's use the instruments https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-LITVbCb0Fk


If that's a penalty then 90 percent of the tackles in the 18 are penalties.

Bricktop March 18th, 2019 12:44 PM

What was the score in the game again? :Head_in_hand:

Jawge March 18th, 2019 01:16 PM

You must have been out to lunch :) The argument wasn't about the score line, it was about Fred being punished for the second goal. Obviously someone in the analyst camp reasoned that if it was going one nil then MU could have tied the game. This way walk away with a point held Arsenal below or put them in panic mode and score another. Fred took full blame for the defeat. What I would like to ask the analysts, is how important was the game against Arsenal to MU as opposed to the FA cup game (knock out game)? MU missed those key interceptions and key passes in the FA cup game. MU threw away the chance of walking away with a trophy this season.


BTW I watched the City game also.

Bricktop March 18th, 2019 01:37 PM

Boy U would have to score to tie the game. They didn't score a single goal :Head_in_hand:

Jawge March 18th, 2019 02:24 PM

Boss you have to mind yourself in the minds of these big clubs (Real, Barca MU) if you score a goal on them in the first half they don't see it as a loss. They see it as a motivation to tie or win the game. Brasil Germany et al plays the same way one nil early in the game doesn't stop these teams.

Take a look at Everton with Chlesea yesterday. Everton made sure they managed the game nil all thorough the first half. In the second half they started going aggressively after Chelsea and they got results.


Moral of the story; MU staff wasn't bothered by the one nil because the thinking is that it cannot fluster their players. Two nil different story.

Jawge March 18th, 2019 02:40 PM

The thing is that OLe should see himself as a military leader fighting on two fronts (east and West).


Which is better? The Eastern front; which is protracted with victory months away (for just a buffer zone) or the Western front with valued resources (huge psychological boost; akin to Germany annexing Austria in WWII) where its troops are close to capturing.


The Eastern front is a numbers game and can be managed with patience. Chelsea is now stymied, not really a threat. Arsenal just cannot run through victoriously on the rest of games (because the mid table teams are hunting scalps now). They are akin to a deer that is shot but keeps running. If you get my drift :) No disrespect to the Arsenal fans here. Raw analysis based on data presented.

Bricktop March 18th, 2019 02:48 PM

Boy U isn't a big club. A big club would have come back from a 2-0 deficit & won the game with ease :)

Jawge March 18th, 2019 02:52 PM

Being a big club is up for debate on another thread.At this point it seems that you are agreeing that Fred should not have been punished (the basis of my arguments).

Bricktop March 18th, 2019 02:54 PM

Don't know what would give you that impression. Fred's forearm shove to the lower back of a player running away from him is a penalty every day of the week :)

Jawge March 18th, 2019 03:26 PM

So if player is running away from you why shove him (especially if he's isn't going towards goal)? The drum major instinct is affecting MU right now and City cannot absolve themselves (pay close attention to your last game) of this. You are happy and confident now :)


Anyway Pep says City are teenagers in this space of Championship. I know you trust Pep :)

HL March 18th, 2019 04:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jawge (Post 596427)
You must have been out to lunch :) The argument wasn't about the score line, it was about Fred being punished for the second goal. Obviously someone in the analyst camp reasoned that if it was going one nil then MU could have tied the game. This way walk away with a point held Arsenal below or put them in panic mode and score another. Fred took full blame for the defeat. What I would like to ask the analysts, is how important was the game against Arsenal to MU as opposed to the FA cup game (knock out game)? MU missed those key interceptions and key passes in the FA cup game. MU threw away the chance of walking away with a trophy this season.


BTW I watched the City game also.




You see dat Jesus nuh ripe yet:

By next year he may be ready. (Lets leave him pon the tree a little longer). I'm still green.

Jangle March 18th, 2019 06:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bricktop (Post 596431)
Boy U isn't a big club. A big club would have come back from a 2-0 deficit & won the game with ease :)

That statement mek yuh sound delusional. Fix up yuh statement and come again.

Rockman March 18th, 2019 08:41 PM

I swear he has no idea what you are talking about,his memory holds up for a few days, then just like that, it is completely erased,.Was it that long ago we made the historical files at the expense of PSG which led by that scoreline,or is he mistaking that renown club for Swansea?
Besides, de bwoy put hym foot inna hym mouth again,didn't his fly by night come to our stadium bout dem wa'an get crowned EPL champion,led by two goals only to get beaten by my itsy bitsy club, a game they really wanted to win.


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