Discussion in 'The Football Forum' started by got red on me, Sep 14, 2019.
You didn't let me finish.
1/1 Half time result - Arsenal win
Well that was an entertaining weekend
I’d love him at Anfield. Been a fan for a while.
What scares me about them is that the season before they won a double, last season they won a trebble, and yet they are capable of winning all 4 major trophies this season.
Yeah, fucking Chelsea, Spurs and United won, but it was lovely seeing Arsenal blow a two goal lead (and that second half performance was as bad as I've seen for a while) and obviously The Bitters having the wind taken out of their sails again was hilarious.
And Arab City losing to a team that cost £350m less was most enjoyable.
Just seen Watford's first goal yesterday. Hilarious.
This time last year
1. Chelsea: 5, +10, 15
2. Liverpool: 5, +9, 15
3. Man City: 5, +11, 13
4. Watford: 5, +5, 12
5. Bournemouth: 5, +3, 10
6. Tottenham: 5, +4, 9
7. Arsenal: 5, 1, 9
8. Man United: 5, 0, 9
Every team apart from us has a lower number of points this time around
Just seen Watford's SECOND goal yesterday. Just as hilarious. Not sure what sport David Luis was designed to play but it sure as shit isn't football.
They should have lost that game. Watford had about 50 shots in the second half.
And why teams like Arsenal are still obsessed with stupid short passes in their own box from goalkicks is astounding.
Binerrrrrrmial, on the fucking money once again
Agreed. Any other time the keeper passes the ball four yards to a CB who's basically standing in front of their own goal has a manager tearing their hair out. And yet, because of one small, shit rule change, they think they can show their coaching brilliance somehow by doing exactly that. Twats.
Just watched the highlights of that match, arsenal hitting the self destruct button. Luiz is turning into an awful signing, every penalty he concedes makes Lampards no fuss allowance of his transfer look like great business.
Lampard had one fit CB, a return loan from fucking Everton and a 18 year old, and STILL let Luiz go.
No doubt on some Chelsea forum they're referring to him as agent Luiz.
I suspect Arsenal fans are not going to keep patience with Emery if there's too much of those sorts of displays. There's no doubting the quality of their attack, but Luiz is a fucking liability, and the rest of the defence aren't good enough either, and that's not even taking into consideration how Emery wants them to play out from the back, which is bordering on suicidal.
And then he makes Xhaka captain.
Did Lampard play with Luiz? He obviously had first hand experience of Luiz being a liability and got rid asap.
Just wait, a manager or two down the line they will probably resign him again for silly money.
Luiz? More like Lulz, am I right?
(No, I'm not.)