Matchday fixtures for November 17-18-19, 2012

#291YiddosRulePosted 11/19/2012 1:06:19 PM
Game On! Bubbles might not be burst after all!
#292TallWhiteNinjaPosted 11/19/2012 1:08:35 PM
Missed West Ham's goal (took a shower at half-time); how was it?
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#293YiddosRulePosted 11/19/2012 1:12:05 PM
Weak on Stoke's part. Cross from the right, practically a tap in for the hammers.
#294TallWhiteNinjaPosted 11/19/2012 1:22:38 PM
They should just have a set piece duel: see who can come up with the most effective and creative play.
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#295YiddosRulePosted 11/19/2012 1:36:03 PM
lol Sounds about right. Looked as though WH would go on and win after their equaliser. Getting scrappy now. Palacios has made a difference for Stoke since coming on. This game has got an 89th minute winner written all over it!
#296TallWhiteNinjaPosted 11/19/2012 1:38:57 PM
Unfortunately, I've gotta stop by work for a few hours, so I won't get to see the thrilling conclusion.
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#297YiddosRulePosted 11/19/2012 2:07:51 PM
Good draw for both. Crouch has proven he is a better defender than he is a forward. Must have been the moustache!
#298EddieWeMissUPosted 11/19/2012 2:19:20 PM
I would have taken a point before the game, very disappointed with the way we played in the second half. We were fantastic in the first half and just seemed to fizzle out.

All though he was really crap and kept hitting the ball out for no reason, Whelan just... worked with the rest of the midfield.
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#299Incredibad_77Posted 11/19/2012 4:08:18 PM
I get where Wenger's coming from letting Walcott take charge of set pieces, but surely that should be left for the weak teams? Cazorla and Arteta are much better options and it could compromise results. If Walcott isn't good enough, he shouldn't be taking them, especially in big games. Just seems a bit of a weak move.
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#300gSephiroth93Posted 11/19/2012 4:13:46 PM
Incredibad_77 posted...
I get where Wenger's coming from letting Walcott take charge of set pieces, but surely that should be left for the weak teams? Cazorla and Arteta are much better options and it could compromise results. If Walcott isn't good enough, he shouldn't be taking them, especially in big games. Just seems a bit of a weak move.


Walcott's set pieces have been surprisingly effective. He's pretty much the man behind Giroud's scoring record. Every corner goes to Giroud's head and into the back of the net
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