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shanetko

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  1. Such a weird game. In the hour and a half since it finished I’ve been flooded with mixed emotions. On one hand we were getting torn apart in the first half for large parts of it. They were cutting through our midfield like it wasn’t there and then the defence couldn’t cope with Saka. This showed how massive Ndidi is - he wasn’t at the races at all during that spell and it showed how bad we are when he’s bad. Soyuncu was the worst of a bad defensive line first half but no heroes emerged. Second half we pretty much dominated. Created a few chances. Arsenal were sitting extremely deep after the red and invited pressure desperate to cling on and waste time. We could have been 4 down at one point it was that bad but at the same time we’ve had a decent bit of time against a leggy and desperate 10 man team aswell. Dunno whether to be delighted with a battling point from behind or sad at two dropped points and a missed opportunity. Kasper made one absolutely brilliant save from Lacazette which saved our bacon. The disallowed goal a puzzler for me. Looks like Kolasinac runs into Nacho then pretends to die in order to get the bail out foul. Sky didn’t show a single replay at HT or FT and zero discussion on it. I wonder why?? I’m told Andy Townsend on Optus Sport in Australia said it was a goal. Weird to not even air any possibility or debate over here. Alan Smith went almost silent for the rest of the game when we scored and he embarrassingly tried to defend the red card challenge saying it’s not a red. Given the way he basically celebrated Welbeck throwing a spanner into our title chances back in 2016, you’d be forgiven for thinking he might actually hate us despite his history here. Bizarre Arsenal love in toss fest all night for what was a pretty even game. Filled with irrational anger despite the fact I’d have taken a point pre game. Onwards to Bournemouth.
  2. Sprinkled a lot of 7’s in. Tielemans and Albrighton my unsung heroes with 8’s. Solid defensive display across the board meaning Kasper had hardly anything to do. Wilf and Evans just so solid and consistent this season. Hard to judge on a short appearance off the bench but Bennett looked very solid and at home in our team.
  3. Thought Nacho Chilwell (how on Earth is he at 5) and Tielemans played well Vardy and Barnes terrible again.
  4. I assume Vontae Daley-Campbell is several light years away from being drafted in as cover?
  5. He’s on 90k a week and is worth every penny. Hopefully he extends by an extra year. Thanks to that dodgy release clause he had at WBA, he’s been incredible value.
  6. Fair. Probably been kind to Vardy and Barnes giving them 5.
  7. Kasper 9 Ndidi 7 Rest 5’s and 6’s Solid first half without any cutting edge. Tame surrender in the end.
  8. Just didn’t have much to do really. 6 is my default. Saved a poor pen. Think 7 is pretty fair personally.
  9. Cags 8 Kasper 7 Rest 5’s or 6’s Poor performance Stay
  10. What the actual feckity feck is this. Pubs are opening though
  11. He’s looking good again today
  12. Almost everyone a 6. Chilwell brilliant goal but poor performance. Kasper great for 92 mins then hands made of polystyrene at the end. Gray very lively. Wasn’t expecting that. Lots of expected and understandable rust. Maddison made some lovely crosses and passes.
  13. Would look at the following shortlists for inspiration: Right wingers Federico Chiesa from Fiorentina Pedrinho from Corinthians Calvin Stengs from AZ Strikers Jose Juan Macias from CD Guadalajara Sebastien Esposito from Inter Milan (longer term) Karim Adayemi from RB Salzburg (longer term) Left Backs (Assuming Chilwell off) Alex Telles from Porto Luca Pellegrini from Juve Aaron Hickey from Hearts (longer term) Centre Backs Merih Demiral from Juve Maxi Wober from RB Salzburg Ben White from Brighton Goalkeepers Dominik Livakovic from Dinamo Zagreb Alex Onana from Ajax Bartlomiej Dragowski from Fiorentina Pierluigi Gollini from Atalanta What do I know though 😃
  14. Probably been posted before but a list of banks that allow you to block gambling transactions https://gamban.com/blog/block-gambling-transactions
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