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    nine nine nine
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    banjo, can you imagine how good they will be in January when they sign Sanchez?

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    maverick1973
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    Arsenal would be stupid to sell Sanchez or Ozil in January!.Cannot see it happening,unless to a team abroad!

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    maverick1973
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    If Spurs win today then the title is a 2 horse-race imho!

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    srd79
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    If Arsenal sell Sanchez in january then they might as well close shop, move to Malmö and become a knitting team instead. That would be the ultimate surrender and them admitting they’re absolutely no longer a team to take seriously as a challenging club. I doubt they’ll do it. But it’s Wenger, so who knows..?

    And gutted that United lost to Huddersfield. Their entire squad cost like half of one Pogba and they hardly had any possession. But these things happen. Basically no such thing as an undeserved defeat.

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    nine nine nine
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    Arsenal should never have got themselves in the position they have with two key players in the last year of their contract.

    I don’t think Arsenal will let both Sanchez and Ozil go in January but they were prepared to sell Sanchez in the summer for £60m and they either sell one or both in January or lose 10’s of millions of £’s.

    I think there’s every chance that Arsenal will sell Sanchez for circa £30m in January rather than lose both players to a free in the Suummer but time will tell.

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    newbalance
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    Well, lightly or fundamentally, it’s a double argument for the goodness being that Jose achieves results. I myself feel he’s destroying football with Buses, Coaches, Tractors, et al.

    I don’t know. If Liverpool could win the league for example in such pragmatic and a stringent way, off course, I’d be delighted, however, I am known for being ultra critical of Rafa’s own defensive approach and attacking restrictions placed; some games to my recollection ended in horrible draws at home that need a Steve McMananman run 86, and Robbie Fowler finishing on 90 right on the Referees whistle!

    4 minutes for a sprint and dribble is too long 😀

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