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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom007:
    I saw that clip earlier. What the hell was he thinking?!
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    City pick up where they left off this weekend. This time they're at the Empty-rites Stadium.

    Arsenal 0-3 Man City. HT


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    Arsenal with a PK at 52" and Ederson makes the save against Aubameyang to preserve the clean sheet for the time being.


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    Arsenal much better in the second half. More possession. More chances. More wins on 50/50 balls. Wouldn't be surprised if they score. Otamendi worries me being on a yellow card and committing the foul that set up the PK.


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    Devastating display of passing and possession by City from the 60th minute on. It resembled a sadistic man throwing a ball on a string for a hapless golden retriever to chase.

    Arsenal 0-3 Manchester City. FT.

    City with a sixteen-point cushion with 10 matches remaining.


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    Thanks god I didn't get up for this one Embarrassing stuff Arsenal. This pairing used to be a cracker but I reckon the game was over after just 30 minutes. Auba's missed pen was the icing on the cake Congrats City and thanks for the commentary @huja


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    Arsenal's record is an accurate measure of what they are . . . just another mid-table club.


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    Quote Originally Posted by huja:
    Arsenal's record is an accurate measure of what they are . . . just another mid-table club.
    I really can't see Wenger staying for next season. They need new ideas to stay a top four club.

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    Quote Originally Posted by huja:
    Arsenal's record is an accurate measure of what they are . . . just another mid-table club.
    I still believe they should be way better. Level withTotttenham at least but yeah nothing more than an average EPL club. Sad development!

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    5 Chelsea 53
    6 Arsenal 45

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom007:
    I still believe they should be way better. Level withTotttenham at least but yeah nothing more than an average EPL club. Sad development!

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    5 Chelsea 53
    6 Arsenal 45
    They are five points closer to bottom-of-the-table West Brom (25 point lead) than they are to table-topping Man City (30 point gap)!

    But looking at their remaining PL schedule, you have to think they're favorites against everyone except MU and perhaps Leicester.