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ARSENAL - THE GUNNERS - WELCOME TO SEASON 2016/2017

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 Author| Post time 27-9-2012 09:33 AM | Show all posts


Olivier Giroud celebrates scoring Arsenal's first goal
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Post time 30-9-2012 12:27 AM | Show all posts
rekod tanpa kalah arsenal lebur..tinggal sunderland, city dan chelsea..huhuhu.
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Post time 1-10-2012 09:34 AM | Show all posts
katakpuruz posted on 30-9-2012 12:27 AM
rekod tanpa kalah arsenal lebur..tinggal sunderland, city dan chelsea..huhuhu.

sunderland tu... hebat martin o neil.. hanya bersandarkan pada fletcher saja.. berbaloi 15jhota...
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hardeyboyz posted on 1-10-2012 09:34 AM
sunderland tu... hebat martin o neil.. hanya bersandarkan pada fletcher saja.. berbaloi 15jhota... ...

mamat fletcher tu tetiap game ada score..bagus utk epl fantasy tu..
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Post time 1-10-2012 03:56 PM | Show all posts
ni lg tersgt2 AYAMMMSSS
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Arsenal and Olympiacos meet again

Arsenal FC and Olympiacos FC will hold few secrets from each other when they meet in London having been paired in the same group for the third time in four seasons.

Arsenal FC and Olympiacos FC will hold few surprises when the teams meet in the UEFA Champions League group stage for the third time in four seasons.

• While Arsenal opened Group B by coming from behind to win 2-1 at Montpellier Hrault SC, Olympiacos went down at home to FC Schalke 04 by the same scoreline.

Previous meetings

• This was also the fixture on matchday two last season, Arsenal winning 2-1. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain marked his UEFA Champions League debut with an early goal and Andr Santos scored his first for the club to secure the points despite David Fuster's 27th-minute response.



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Post time 3-10-2012 08:18 PM | Show all posts
2.45 am...layan.......
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Football: Podolski sinks Olympiakos as Arsenal bounce back

LONDON: Lukas Podolski maintained Arsenal's 100 per cent start to their Champions League campaign as the Gunners recovered from a lacklustre opening to beat Greek side Olympiakos 3-1 on Wednesday.

Arsene Wenger's side were below their best for long periods at the Emirates Stadium, but Germany forward Podolski made the crucial contribution as he put Arsenal ahead after Gervinho's opener was cancelled out by Olympiakos striker Kostas Mitroglou.

Aaron Ramsey's late strike ensured Arsenal, who defeated Montpellier in their opening Group B fixture, remain firmly on course to qualify for the last 16.

But Wenger will know there is still plenty of room for improvement, especially in a defence which struggled to cope with Olympiakos's relatively limited forward line.

Wenger admitted this week that his players were still feeling down after suffering their first defeat of the season against Chelsea on Saturday and he had challenged them to show they are mentally strong enough to cope with negative results.

In the circumstances, Olympiakos, who lost at Schalke in their opening group match, should have been welcome opponents for Arsenal, who had beaten the Greek side at home in the Champions League twice in the last three seasons.

But Wenger, watching from the stands as he served a European touchline ban, must have been concerned in the early stages.

The Gunners looked short of confidence and almost self-destructed when Vito Mannone and Thomas Vermaelen make a hash of a short kick out, only for Olympiakos to squander the opportunity.

Santi Cazorla's inswinging free-kick forced Balazs Megyeri into action for the first time. But a succession of misplaced passes from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Mikela Arteta brought a chorus of disapproval from the frustrated home fans.

That anxiety was creeping into Arsenal's play as well and Laurent Koscielny was fortunate to escape with a booking after launching into a needless two-footed lunge on Paulo Machado.

Olympiakos were starting to scent blood and Mitroglou's first-time shot had Mannone scrambling to save.

Leonardo Jardim's side went even closer when Arsenal's statuesque back-four failed to deal with a Giannis Maniatis cross, but from point-blank range Machado somehow managed to scoop his miscued shot well wide.

Out of nowhere, Arsenal sparked into life and took the lead through Gervinho's fifth goal of the season in the 42nd minute.

Podolski directed a cross towards the edge of the Olympiakos penalty area and Arteta disrupted the visitors' attempts to clear, allowing Gervinho to pounce on the loose ball before driving in a low shot that beat the slow to react Megyeri.

But Arsenal's lead was short-lived as Olympiakos levelled on the stroke of half-time.

Leandro Greco curled over a teasing cross and Mitroglou, granted too much space between Koscileny and Vermaelen, rose to glance a superb header over Mannone and into the far corner.

Cazorla should have put the hosts back in front in the opening moments of the second half, but the Spanish midfielder side-footed wide from Podolski's cross.

There would be no need for any recriminations however as Podolski showed his team-mate how to do it in the 56th minute.

Gervinho's initial cross was blocked by Kostas Manolas, but the rebound fell into the Ivorian's path and he flicked a pass towards Podolski, who turned sharply before planting a powerful low strike under Megyeri.

That blow seemed to shatter Olympiakos's spirit and Wales midfielder Ramsey came off the bench to seal the win with a cool chipped finish from fellow substitute Olivier Giroud's flick in stoppage-time.

- AFP/fa

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Arsenal's Santi Cazorla (R) runs to congratulate forward Lukas Podolski (L) as he celebrates scoring their second goal against Olympiakos FC during the UEFA Champions League Group B football match at the Emirates Stadium in London on October 3, 2012.
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Podolski and Ramsey strike after break to seal Arsenal win Champions League Group B, London - Arsenal 3 (Gervinho 42, Podolski 56, Ramsey 90+3) Olympiakos 1 (Mitroglou 45+1)




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MAN OF THE MATCH

Gervinho - A tough first season for the forward, but is finally beginning to settle. Fine first goal and played provider for Podolski to restore the home side's lead. A valuable contribution on a tough old night for Arsenal.

PLAYER RATINGS

Arsenal: Mannone 7; Jenkinson 6, Koscielny 5, Vermaelen 6, Gibbs 7; Coquelin 6, Arteta 6; Oxlade-Chamberlain 6, Cazorla 7, Podolski 7; Gervinho 8..subs: Walcott 6, Ramsey 7, Giroud 7,

Olympiakos: Megyeri 5; Diakite 6, Manolas 6 Contreras 6, Holebas 6; Siovas 5, Maniatis 6; Greco 5, David Fuster 6, Machado 5; Mitroglou 6..subs: Carroll, Ibagaza 5, Abdoun 6, Pantelic 5

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Santi Cazorla celebrates scoring Arsenal's third goal in the 3-1 win over West Ham at Upton Park
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Arsenal strike late to win at West Ham
Premier League, Upton Park C West Ham United 1 (Diame 21) Arsenal 3 (Giroud 41, Walcott 77, Cazorla 83)


MAN OF THE MATCH

Olivier Giroud (Arsenal) C Scored the equaliser, set up the winner, and put in a performance worthy of Arsene Wengers summer investment in him.

PLAYER RATINGS

WEST HAM: Jaaskelainen 6, Demel 7, McCartney 6, Reid 6, Collins 6, Noble 6, Nolan 6, Diame 8, Vaz Te 6, Jarvis 6, Carroll 7 SUBS: Taylor 6, Tomkins 6, Cole N/A

ARSENAL: Mannone 6, Jenkinson 7, Mertesacker 7, Vermaelen 7, Gibbs 6, Ramsey 7, Arteta 7, Gervinho 6, Cazorla 8, Podolski 7, Giroud 8 SUBS: Walcott 8, Santos 6, Koscielny N/A

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Arsenal's Thomas Vermaelen (R) challenges West Ham's Andy Carroll during their English Premier League soccer match at the Boleyn Ground in London October 6, 2012.
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Theo Walcott of Arsenal celebrates after scoring his team's second goal during the Barclays Premier League match between West Ham United and Arsenal at the Boleyn Ground
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Arsenal eye £35m striker
Yesterday, Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis said the club is finally ready to compete for trophies.



Wenger has been given £35 million to spend in January as he looks to sign a replacement for Robin van Persie.

The leading contenders are a pair of Spaniards - Athletic Bilbao's Euro 2012-winner Fernando Llorente and Atletico Madrid's Adrian Lopez.

Llorente would represent a particularly exciting capture, though what recent signing Olivier Giroud makes of this news is anyone's guess.

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Norwich City v Arsenal
Facts and figures ahead of the Premier League clash between Norwich City and Arsenal at Carrow Road on October 20.

..There has been a total of 24 goals scored in the last five Premier League meetings between Norwich and Arsenal.

Steve Morison scored in both games against the Gunners last season.

Arsenal have won five and lost none of their last 11 games against Norwich in all competitions.

The Gunners have won five and lost none of their last 12 trips to Carrow Road in all competitions.

Norwich have won just one of their last 12 Premier League games (W1 D4 L7).

Arsenal have lost just one of their last 12 Premier League away games (W7 D4 L1).

The Canaries have conceded the most goals from outside the box this season (5).

Santi Cazorla has scored more goals from outside the box than any other player in the top 5 European leagues since Aug 2011 (9).

Norwich have averaged 15 attempts for every goal they has scored this season (excluding blocked shots), the least efficient conversion rate in the top flight.

Chris Hughtons side have allowed their opponents the joint-most shots on target against them of Premier League teams this season (41).

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