Posted on November 01, 2015 by ADMIN

Wenger – Swansea made it hard for Arsenal at the start

AUDIOPOST – A brilliant Arsenal win over Swansea today and our fifth in a row in the League. WE managed ten in a row towards the end of last season but we’ve started this one much earlier. We’ve gained an extra two points ahead of Man United, and Man City only kept pace with us by getting a last minute penalty.

But Arsenal won our three points quite comfortably after a shaky start, and Wenger was obviously very happy but also praised our opponents who just seem to be going through a bad patch at the moment. While Arsenal are quite the opposite!

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9 thoughts on “Wenger – Swansea made it hard for Arsenal at the start

  1. butters

    Campbell looked more threatening on LW. The boy clearly knows how to supply those low curved cross. He seems low on confidence with his shooting and dribbling, was clearly not vocal YET. I watched his Costa Rica matches, and it is obvious how he feels like the key player in the national team. Runs of games will bring the best in Campbell

  2. muda

    I feel for the Ox because actually campbell seems to be more product even from his 1st start, and he can only be better. Ox must learn to be productive not just running with the ball.

  3. SoOpa AeoN

    did u see how the players surrounded him after his goal?……….. I think they gave him their blessings and encouragements

  4. Uzi Ozil

    Off Topic: Ozil is making a lot of people eat their words. Some pundits won’t let Him be but they are eating their words..I like those pundits that feel Ozil can do more and delighted Ozil handled the critics pretty well. Dude is on some hot form..

    Meanwhile, Mourinho is still chewing his ‘humble pie’. I laugh in 3D! Specialist in Failuressssssssss!

      1. Lethal Prince 9

        Nah just wanna know his opinion. He was being so loud and confident that Giroud would never be as good as Rooney in this season. He was so eager to just write off Giroud without considering anything. Maybe it is not a good time for Rooney’s form, but I felt very bad that how was he demoting one of our players just because he was not performing at that moment. Who knows Rooney would surprise everyone and would outperform Giroud at the end of the season, but I just wanna tell @k-ool that don’t just write him off based on 2-3 bad performances.

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