Hull Tigers at home

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Hull Tigers at home

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Anyone worried that Lord W will be out thought by the football genius known as Steve Bruce? :oops:

Oh and I hate international breaks. :(

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The first of five straight victories in what I will call Flat Track Bully Season

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SteveO 35 wrote:The first of five straight victories in what I will call Flat Track Bully Season

:barscarf: :barscarf: :barscarf:
Absolutely. Same formula every year. Largely cruise through to December, another hiccup over the next month when we go to Stoke, Liverpool, Southampton and City and then win 9 of the next 10 to ensure that come April our top 4 place is all but assured. Cue musings on what grave misfortune we encountered and how Wenger will learn from his mistakes and rectify his errors in the transfer market.

Rinse and repeat.

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SteveO 35 wrote:The first of five straight victories in what I will call Flat Track Bully Season

:barscarf: :barscarf: :barscarf:
I would'nt hold your breath!

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northbank123 wrote:
SteveO 35 wrote:The first of five straight victories in what I will call Flat Track Bully Season

:barscarf: :barscarf: :barscarf:
Absolutely. Same formula every year. Largely cruise through to December, another hiccup over the next month when we go to Stoke, Liverpool, Southampton and City and then win 9 of the next 10 to ensure that come April our top 4 place is all but assured. Cue musings on what grave misfortune we encountered and how Wenger will learn from his mistakes and rectify his errors in the transfer market.

Rinse and repeat.
Five wins to come against the might of Hull, Sunderland, Burnley and twice against Anderlecht, before a laboured draw at Swansea and 2 tepid draws against United and Dortmund

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expect us to surge up the table in the next five games with mesmerising tippy tappy bollox against average to crap opposition with the AKB'S claiming that weve improved on last year and so on,god we are so predictable,cant we just breakaway fROM the PL and form our own league with everybody except city,chavski, and utd,we'd be champions every season,all together now 'THERES ONLY ONE ......... :banghead:

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start of the run towards the top 4 - ah autumn must be in the air :lol:

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Ozil will play well Welbeck score 4 and the media will call him better than Henry and the fans will sing "One Arsene Wenger" :barscarf: :barscarf: :barscarf:

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interesting midtable clash this one - two clubs that are two points and one point resepctively above 16th place stoke.

we'll pick up at least one injury in the break, probably welbeck or chambers - as we have no cover for either, or it'll be jack again :x

steve bruce has two weeks to rest and work with his remaining squad, they'll perfect set pieces, run defensive drills, and practise counter attacks.

wenger will be at Terminal One in about an hour, off to his second job for TF1 - commentating on two VITAL frendlies for France because they don't have to qualify for Euro 2016...

i think it'll be a close game 1-1 - we couldnt beat other midtable rivals Leicester, the spuds or everton either, so not that hopeful for this.

goal will be sanchez.

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Huddlebollocks and Livershit will probably net in a shock 1-2 loss, I will lose the plot. :suicide:

Although Bruce is probably one of the few coaches tactically poorer than Mr Magoo, so a 4-0 beating would see normal service resumed.

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clockender1 wrote: we'll pick up at least one injury in the break, probably welbeck or chambers - as we have no cover for either, or it'll be jack again
Chambers picked up another yellow today so is missing hull game already. Will have to be Bellerin by the looks of it.

Most likely a Welbeck injury then!

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When the final whistle blows we'll be back in our beloved 4th, as the Spuds will get battered by City in the early kick off and we'll win by more than West Ham will at Burnley

I will be yanking one off when it happens

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The deluded march up the table will begin here !!!

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Win against hull and the 2-0 loss and pathetic record against the top 5 will all be forgotten. :barscarf: :barscarf: :barscarf:

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2-1 Arsenal. And all will be rosy in the garden again.

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