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FIFTEEN players (like Alex Song) that regret leaving Arsenal

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Players Who Regret Leaving Arsenal by Dan S.

Last week Arsene Wenger was quick to squash any hope Alex Song may have had of returning to Arsenal. Song has failed to establish himself in Barcelona's star studded midfield and was hoping that a return to the Emirates might be his solution to a lack of game time at the Spanish giants.

Talking Tactics: Imagine Arsenal’s Formation if Everyone Had Stayed. We Did.

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Take a second and think...what if no one had left Arsenal? What if all the players that are still influencing their new teams (or would still have a place in the Arsenal team) were still at Arsenal? Guys like van Persie, Nasri, and Fabregas. Or how about Cole, Toure, and Hleb? Though the names of some of these players will make Arsenal fans worldwide shudder and most likely hurl expletives at their respective computer screens, it's hard to disagree that nearly all of these players played massive roles at Arsenal.

Gervinho: Ivorian cobra, sometimes fang-less

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We've all done it. Screamed at Gervinho, I mean. When the match is firmly encamped in the tenterhooks phase; both teams engaging in thrust and cautious counter-thrust; the tension so palpable that you could cut it with the switch-blade Steve Bould undoubtedly carries around in his back-pocket: Gervinho gets the ball, attempts a dribble, jinks impressively past his man, and tonks it woefully out of play.

Constant change harming Arsenal

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It struck me yesterday that Arsenal's starting lineup against Sunderland was almost an entirely different team from even two seasons ago.

After years of being fairly quiet in the transfer market (apart from selling the occasional top player and signing the occasional teenager), Arsenal have now gone the other way: last summer saw Clichy, Fabregas and Nasri leave, with Gervinho, Santos, Mertesacker, Arteta and Chamberlain being added to the first-team; this year we've seen van Persie and now Song leave, with Podolski, Giroud and Cazorla coming in.

Normal Service Resumes: Sunderland Preview.

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What a summer: Euro's, Olympics, Wimbledon, early Arsenal signings and our usual transfer nonsense with our best player. And now the real stuff returns.

Mo Farah started the pre-season off well and I am sure Arsene's red and white army will continue to lead from the front, 3 points today will be a fine start.

Normal Service Resumes: Sunderland Preview.

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What a summer: Euro's, Olympics, Wimbledon, early Arsenal signings and our usual transfer nonsense with our best player. And now the real stuff returns.

Mo Farah started the pre-season off well and I am sure Arsene's red and white army will continue to lead from the front, 3 points today will be a fine start.

Arsenal: Right idea, wrong time Mr Van Persie?

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Arsenal: Right idea, wrong time Mr Van Persie? is a post from: Just Football

by Michiel Jongsma

Ever since the last serious claim to success Arsenal had, losing the Champions League-final to Barcelona in 2006, there has been a steady exodus of high-profile players who have gone in pursuit of trophies and medals.

The Curse of Wenger hits Nasri (like Hleb, Flamini, etc)

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Why leaving Arsenal never wins you trophies by KJ On Sunday Arsenal managed to put the final nail in the coffin of Manchester City's title hopes. They now trail their bitter rivals Manchester United by 8 points and they look dead and buried in the title race. However, this wouldn't be so satisfying for Arsenal [.

Heard the one about the Russian, the American and the Frenchman?

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Arsène Wenger has never seen so much pressure from his own fans. His ability to manage this Arsenal team is being questioned, and according to some, he is losing his grip on the modern game. But is he the only one to blame?

The year 2006/07 saw a major introduction into the Arsenal unit.

Arrivederci abject Arsenal

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AC Milan 4-0 Arsenal

I have not been blogging recently and I must say, I've not really missed it. It would not be fair to solely blame the gradual declining form of Arsenal for the gradual declining form of this blog but the seemingly perpetual cycle of poor defeat followed by gentle recovery followed by poor defeat does not help.

Does Nasri realise by now that he should have stayed at Arsenal?

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After 224 seconds into his Arsenal debut, Samir Nasri had already opened his Arsenal account with a simple tap in from a pass from Denilson. One of the best talents ever to be discovered by Arsene Wenger from France, Nasri was playing the football of his life. In his first season, he won over the [..

The club that loves the spine, that loves the club

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Over the past few years Arsenal have had some exceptional players. For all the bemoaning of the lack of trophies, there has remained a bountiful supply of top talent strutting their stuff at the Emirates Cesc Fabregas remains the best young midfielder in Europe, one we kept for seven years, and we have more that could be labelled 'amongst the best in their position, or for their age' the likes of Vermaelen, Van Persie and Wilshere can certainly be counted in those categories, with others knocking on the door.

Liverpool v Birmingham 04.23.11

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10am ET, live in the US on FSC

Last four head-to-head:
0-0 (a) 09.12.10
1-1 (a) 04.04.10
2-2 (h) 11.09.09
2-2 (a) 04.26.08

Last three matches:
Liverpool: 1-1 Arsenal (a); 3-0 City (h); 1-2 West Brom (a)
Brum: 1-3 Chelsea (a); 2-0 Sunderland (h); 1-1 Blackburn (a)

Goalscorers (league):
Liverpool: Kuyt 10; Meireles 5; Gerrard 4; Maxi 3; Carroll, Johnson, Kyrgiakos, Ngog, Skrtel, Suarez 2; Cole 1
Brum: Gardner 7; Zigic 5; Ridgewell 4; Bowyer, Jerome, Larsson 3; Beausejour, Dann, Johnson 2; Fahey, Hleb, Phillips 1

Referee: Howard Webb (!

Birmingham – Arsenal Match Thread

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Lineups are in:

Birmingham: Starters: Foster, Dann, Johnson, Ridgewell, Carr, Ferguson, Gardner, Beausejour, Larsson, Jerome, Bowyer Bench: Phillips, Fahey, Taylor, Hleb, Derbyshire, Zigic, Jiranek

Arsenal: Starters: Flaps, Sagna, Clichy, Koscielny, Djourou, Song, Wilshere, Cesc, Theo, Nasri, van Persie Bench: Wojo, Eboue, Squillaci, Denilson, Bendtner, Arshavin, Rosicky

Well, no real news with the starting lineup it was exactly as I predicted in my preview.

Take the 12/1 for Arsenal to win the Champions League

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Seriously, just do it, Ladbrokes are offering a mighty 12/1 for Arsenal to finally break their Champions League duck this season and I can see it happening with so much clarity in my mind.

Wembley will forever hold much history for Arsenal come next May.

We reached the final in Paris 2006, however, the best team we have had in recent years was the 2008 model that contained Cesc, Flamini, Rosicky, Hleb and Adebayor.

Arsenal – Birmingham Match Thread

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Lineups are in:

Arsenal: Starters: Flaps, Eboue, Squillaci (c), Djourou, Clichy, Song, Wilshere, Nasri, Diaby, Arshavin, Chamakh Bench: Wojo, Gibbs, Rosicky, Walcott, Denilson, Vela, Bendtner

Birmingham: Starters: Foster, Carr, Johnson, Dann, Ridgewell, Larsson, Ferguson, Bowyer, Fahey, Hleb, Zigic Bench: O'Connor, Phillips, Taylor, Derbyshire, Michel, Murphy, Jiranek

No real surprises there, I guess.

Birmingham preview

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Right then, shut up hangover. Sorry, had to get that out of the way.

There's no more team news than we had yesterday other than the revelation that Laurent Koscielny is out of today's game with a back injury. I'm now firmly of the opinion that all of our players should remain in a cryogenic fugue state between games.

Sagna out, Hleb returns, and Schwarzer in?

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Just as it looked like Arsenal's injury list was easing, we find out that Bacary Sagna has injured himself in training with the French squad. As usual on the international break we have yet another injury to an Arsenal player and are we surprised? NOT! The French defender is not in a hurry to return and [.

Is Football Going The Wrong Way But Arsenal Going The Right Way?

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The Piggy is FULL

After my rant the other day, I thought I should take a different route. The general view on world football is very negative at the moment. When people talk about our beautiful game, they often talk about money. Transfer fee's and wages are often the debating point in many conversations in pubs and clubs.

My Deal With The Lilywhite Devil

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"That'll teach you to laugh at the cockerel."

The mysterious, cockney and self satisfied voice seemed to be coming from everywhere and nowhere. More specifically, it seemed to be coming from a derelict speaker system lodged in the beachball-like-thing on a 40-foot version of Tottenham's crest.

Fabregas phoned Hleb after Barcelona move turned sour!

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The ex-Arsenal midfielder Alexandr Hleb left the Emirates a couple of years ago in dubious circumstances, as he pulled out all the stops to force Arsene Wenger to sell him to Barcelona, but now he returns to the Premier League with Birmingham with his reputation and confidence in tatters. He realises that he made a BIG [.

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Jogo 001 - Europa League - Vikingur-FAR 0x6 Gomel (BLR)

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O primeiro jogo da Europa League 2012/2013, foi jogado no dia 03/07/2012, na cidade de Torshvan-FAR, onde jogaram os clubes Vikingur-FAR e Gomel-BLR.

O quarteto de árbitros, foi;

Referee Andris Treimanis (LVA) Assistant referees Haralds Gudermanis (LVA), Aleksejs Spasjonnikovs (LVA) Fourth official Aleksandrs Anufrijevs (LVA)

Scout:

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Jogo 0099/2011 - Amistoso - Belarus 1x1 Cazaquistão

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Mais um amistoso, foi realizado no dia 09/02/2011, na cidade de Antalya-TUR, no Atatürk Stadium, onde jogaram as seleções de Belarus (36º no ranking da FIFA) e a seleção do Cazaquistão (137º no ranking da FIFA).


Antes desse jogo, as 2 seleções jogaram:
Eliminatórias Continentais

2010Brest 10/10/2009 BLR4:0 (1:0)KAZ First stage2010Almaty 01/04/2009 KAZ1:5 (1:0)BLR First stage
O árbitro desse jogo, foi: Veaceslav Banari-MDA


O primeiro gol do jogo, foi de Vyacheslav Hleb, aos 44 minutos do primeiro tempo, ele que é jogador do Dinamo Minsk-BLR, fazendo seu oitavo gol pela seleção mundial.

Jogo 0776/2010 - Amistoso - Omã 0x4 Belarus

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Mais um amistoso, foi realizado no dia 17/11/2010, na cidade de Seeb, no Seeb Stadium, onde jogaram as seleções de Omã (96º no ranking da FIFA) e a seleção de Belarus (42º no ranking da FIFA).

Antes desse jogo, as 2 seleções nunca haviam jogado.

O árbitro desse jogo, foi: Abdul Rahman Al Amri-KSA

O primeiro gol do jogo, foi de Aleksandr Martynovich, aos 5 minutos do primeiro tempo, ele que é jogador de Belarus.

Jogo 0415/2010 - Amistoso - Lituânia 0x2 Belarus

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Amistosamente no dia 11/08/2010, na cidade de Kaunas-LIT, no Dariaus Ir Gireno Stadium, jogaram as seleções da Lituânia (52º no ranking da FIFA) e a seleção de Belarus (77º no ranking da FIFA).

Antes desse jogo, as 2 seleções jogaram:
2005Vilnius 17/08/2005 LTU1:0 (1:0)BLR 2004Minsk 28/04/2004 BLR1:0 (0:0)LTU 1998Vilnius 19/08/1998 LTU0:3 (0:2)BLR 1998Minsk 07/06/1998 BLR5:0 (2:0)LTU 1996Minsk 31/07/1996 BLR2:2 (1:1)LTU 1995Vilnius 29/07/1995 LTU1:1 (1:0)BLR

O árbitro desse jogo, foi: Igor Satchi-ROM

O primeiro gol do jogo, foi de Vyacheslav Hleb, aos 4 minutos do segundo tempo e o mesmo Vyacheslav Hleb, marcou aos 5 minutos do segundo tempo.

Who Will Be the Surprise Qualifier for Euro 2012?

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Slovakia have already upset Russia at home which other teams are capable of following their lead?

The Euro 2012 qualifiers are underway, and though it is still early in the process, it is never too early to start making predictions! At this point, most teams have already played two games and its mathematically possible for every team to still qualify.

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Noticias : Santos Reject Porto’s Bid For Ganso, Say They “Forgot One More Zero”

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Futbolitinos, the transfer deadline window is now shut! Seedy agents all became instant millionaires when "under the table" deals were finalized yesterday, including Coutinho's loan move from Inter Milan to Espanyol (above).

Would Any Rejects From the Silly Spenders be Appealing?

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Every summer, there seem to be more and more quality players offloaded from the big spending clubs. As these big money clubs are constantly trying to make a splash in the transfer market, some really good players are often pushed out the door. I think this is happening more often now than ever, due to clubs like Man City, Chelsea, and the Spanish giants.

Liverpool v Birmingham Preview

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Liverpool travel to St Andrews for their next Premier League outing, hoping to take more than the point that David Ngog's strike earned them on their last visit.

With Liverpool drawing both games last season against Birmingham, 2-2 at home and 1-1 away, plus the previous 4 Premier League games before that, when these teams have met, they will certainly be looking to improve on their away record.

Claudio Pizarro

Five Conclusions From Matchday 12

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Those were 150.000 Euros not well spent for Wolfsburg. Felix Magath loaned Aliaksandr Hleb from Barcelona for a special €100k per game and €50k per goal fee. Thus, Magath's total expenses for Saturday's trip to Dortmund added up to €150k, not counting the damage Dortmund's fresh in form offense caused all afternoon.

Sunday’s Bundesliga Preview: Matchday Seven

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Will Olic End His Goal Drought This Weekend And Put Bayern Munich Back On Track?

Saturday's Bundesliga action featured the highs and the lows of Bundesliga life: from Mainz taking their winning streak to seven in a row and equalling the record for best Bundesliga start of all time, to Felix Magath's Schalke stumbling to a disappointing loss at Nurnberg.

The Rest

Birmingham City 1 Aston Villa 1: Collins levels after chances spurned

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James Collins grabbed a point for Villa with a well taken half-volley from close range to cancel out Roger Johnson's fortuitous opener early in the 2nd half in a game that was low on quality, but high on chances, and will have done little to ease the nerves of fans of either team.

Once again it was a case of early chances wasted, Gabby practically served the opener on the plate thanks to some comedy goal keeping from Ben Foster, only to slice his effort over the bar.

Barn Door (Almost) Live

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How can I afford myself in fantasy? How can I afford not to? Jeremy Spitzberg: what have I missed? Neal Thurman: no Rooney :-( but Nani in and with an assist Neal Thurman: Chicharito goal Neal Thurman: Brum goal from Hleb Neal Thurman: WBA lost another defender to injury (Cech) Jeremy Spitzberg: and thus the barn door conundrums begin Neal Thurman: Philips started for BPL - probably should


3 UP FRONT: Van der Vaart, Transfer Window Yawns and England Pressure

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Don't miss the new episode of 3 Up Front!

Iain Spragg returns to join Adrian Clarke & Iain Macintosh for half an hour of devilish debate on all the hottest stories dominating football this week.

Fact or Fiction Should Capello get the axe if England fail to start their Euro 2012 with two victories?