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Fred

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Oct 2, 2003
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#4
I didn't ask you, what do you think of Emre?
I don't like him to be honest.

He didn't do a good job with a much better team in PSG, and his league record with both PSG and Sevilla is poor.

The bright side is that he's a Europa League specialist, so when he inevitably does poorly in the league, at least theres a chance we can get into the CL through the Europa league.

I'd have preferred Jardim or even old man Ancelotti over Emery.

I don't think I can get over the insult of finishing behind Tottenham for a third consecutive year :depressed
 
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Azzurri7

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Pinturicchio
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Dec 16, 2003
72,637
#5
I don't like him to be honest.

He didn't do a good job with a much better team in PSG, and his league record with both PSG and Sevilla is poor.

The bright side is that he's a Europa League specialist, so when he inevitably does poorly in the league, at least theres a chance we can get into the CL through the Europa league.

I'd have preferred Jardim or even old man Ancelotti over Emery.

I don't think I can get over the insult of finishing behind Tottenham for a third consecutive year :depressed
Both Jardim and Carlo would have been nice :agree:

I expect Spurs to finish ahead of Arsenal for another 3 years TBH, this year's CL was a pretty good experience and boost lifting for their confidence, they faced Real twice, Juve twice and Dortmund, and they did pretty damn good in almost all their matches.
 

Fred

Senior Member
Oct 2, 2003
40,759
#7
Both Jardim and Carlo would have been nice :agree:

I expect Spurs to finish ahead of Arsenal for another 3 years TBH, this year's CL was a pretty good experience and boost lifting for their confidence, they faced Real twice, Juve twice and Dortmund, and they did pretty damn good in almost all their matches.
I think that also depends on the manager we bring in. Spurs should not be finishing ahead of us, we have better players and much more financial resources; the fact that they have been finishing ahead of us is testament mostly to Pochettino's quality as a manager that is able to extract the most out of his team, but also Wenger's massive failure in the past 3 seasons.
 
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Azzurri7

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Pinturicchio
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Dec 16, 2003
72,637
#8
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My bad :calmark:

I think that also depends on the manager we bring in. Spurs should not be finishing ahead of us, we have better players and much more financial resources; the fact that they have been finishing ahead of us is testament mostly to Pochettino's quality as a manager that is able to extract the most out of his team, but also Wenger's massive failure in the past 3 seasons.
I honestly don't see much of a quality difference keeping in mind how much Ozil has dropped in form and productivity and Sanchez who has been Arsenal's best player for what two or three years no? is now at United. Pochettino has made a difference definitely but in terms of both team's squad I think Spurs are on level even so I think their starting 11 is more talented than Arsenal's.
 

ADP1897

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Apr 17, 2014
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#16
Don't like H&M even tho their underpants are quite comfortable. But H&M is too mainstream for me, I'm more the Bellerin type of guy.
Great, you're making a statement and proud of your sense :tup:
I guess i'm more Zuckerberg type of guy then.


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Dantes

Junior Member
Dec 15, 2017
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I think that also depends on the manager we bring in. Spurs should not be finishing ahead of us, we have better players and much more financial resources; the fact that they have been finishing ahead of us is testament mostly to Pochettino's quality as a manager that is able to extract the most out of his team, but also Wenger's massive failure in the past 3 seasons.
I'm not sure that's a very widely held opinion. Even ex-Arsenal players (Wright, Keown etc) have been finding it hard to fit ANY Arsenal players into a combined XI.

I expect Spurs to finish ahead of Arsenal for another 3 years TBH, this year's CL was a pretty good experience and boost lifting for their confidence, they faced Real twice, Juve twice and Dortmund, and they did pretty damn good in almost all their matches.
Oh, I wouldn't worry about that. Half of England's first XI are Spurs players. After this summer I'm sure their confidence will be back down.
 

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