Arsenal back on track, but my internet connection isn’t

Apologies for the lack of posts, my internet has been playing up. I assure you things will be back to normal tomorrow.

A pretty good win on the weekend, by the way. Adebayor, Clichy, Rosicky and Hleb were the standouts.

What do you think?

Have your say on the win over Fulham by leaving a comment.

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6 Responses to “Arsenal back on track, but my internet connection isn’t”

  1. laja
    January 21, 2008 at 9:46 pm #

    i think d writer of this article is right butwe need 2 keep wining our matches if really want togo places, honestly d result against fulham was a very good result but all d same we need to keep wining other games too.

  2. knightman
    January 21, 2008 at 11:58 pm #

    adebayor did most of us proud but he’s got to work hard so he keeps scoring in every other PL game.. i love every other player too th way they are. even senderos looked good. keep it up gunners

  3. TayGoon
    January 22, 2008 at 1:38 am #

    SF: How could you forget Eduardo as another standout? His mere presence in the box unsettles defenders thus allowing others more freedom. IMO Adebayor and our midfield gang would greatly benefit from this. He is getting more involved in the side and he is now starting to take set-pieces(his corner kick was poor, but it was his first). He could have scored on the 15th min, if Cesc wasn’t too keen on breaking his goal drought. He was unmarked and had a clear path to Niemi, the kind of chances he rarely miss. I also think Senderos had a good game.

  4. Jay
    January 22, 2008 at 4:06 am #

    I am so glad togo failed to make it to the African Cup of Nations. His height made it mission impossible for the fulham defence. Clichy Can Cross! lol, Eduardo played really well, good cross 4 rosicky but he also beat 5 men to get a cross in the box, altho no-one scored from it. Flamini did well to recover for our 2nd goal. I think we could win the title, altho Arsenal and Man Utd have hard next 3 prem games, both face Man City.

  5. Le Gunner
    January 22, 2008 at 8:14 am #

    Flamini’s battled to recover the ball for the second goal was brilliant. That moment really summed him up as character, a true fighter. I’ve been following the African cup and the bad news for Arsenal fans is that Ivory cost were brilliant against Nigeria so they’ve won and that means they could go all the way to the final and we will no see Kolo for a long time. Worsted for Chelsea as they have Drogba and Kalou in the Ivory Cost team.
    I don’t really care about the Carling cup but because its the spuds I’m really going to be up for the game. We have to continue beating them as long as possible.On the other hand I can see them getting a result against us as Ramos proved with Sevilla that he is a specialist in winning the minor cups. Still, we shall deprive them of winning anything for a very long time.

  6. Spanish Fry
    January 22, 2008 at 8:53 am #

    TayGoon – I thought Eduardo only really came alive in the second half. When you consider that the game was already up by this point I wouldn’t put him in the outstanding players of the day. His run and setup for the goal, as well as the dribble past three players a little earlier on were magic though.

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