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Tom Mix

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When you can bring on a fresh Martinelli and Partey and have no injuries in the squad that is fully fit. Did you see the Wolves lineup? We’ve had this sort of luck a lot this season. Hopefully gets us the title.
I did. And I also know the players they had on that pitch had been resting whilst we battled in Munich. Let's not downplay our players and big up the opposition. We're supposed to be Arsenal fans.
 

BergMan

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I did. And I also know the players they had on that pitch had been resting whilst we battled in Munich. Let's not downplay our players and big up the opposition. We're supposed to be Arsenal fans.

It’s the opposite. We are Arsenal. It’s embarrassing that some of our fanbase is going to be scared of a Wolves side with more than 10 players out. I’m glad the players don’t have that mentality. You have to believe that we are going to smash everyone. That’s the standard.
 

HighburyHigh

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Definitely need to hit the ball crisper and harder. This weeks training at Colney needs to be shooting from around the D
 

Riou

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We can play Kai up top and Jesus wide and it's fine, but every time it's as midfielder and striker respectively...

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...they make it a HORRENDOUS watch!
 

Bradpiff

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As disappointing as midweek was, i think when the dust settles on this season, we'll realise that its been a good one. Last season, title challenge. This season, Maintain a title challenge while being back in the CL. Next season, a trophy is important though.

Nah you’ll probably be saying the same thing next season
 

Tom Mix

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It’s the opposite. We are Arsenal. It’s embarrassing that some of our fanbase is going to be scared of a Wolves side with more than 10 players out. I’m glad the players don’t have that mentality. You have to believe that we are going to smash everyone. That’s the standard.
We haven't won the league in 20 years. We've never won the Champions League. Context. A team which has 6 out of the 7 players who have played most minutes in the league goes to a difficult ground playing our sixth game in three weeks against a fresh team who have beaten City, Sp uds and Chelsea at home is not expected to smash them. That is unfair and unrealistic pressure. They've done a great job today, just rejoice.
 
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