1. Standard memberPalynka
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    12 Nov '06 17:44
    Great stuff from Arsenal.

    When they play like that it's a beauty to watch.
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    12 Nov '06 22:371 edit
    Originally posted by Palynka
    Great stuff from Arsenal.

    When they play like that it's a beauty to watch.
    well yeah..it was good... but how will they do against a physcial team?

    Liverpool are so, poor away from home this season, its a joke
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    13 Nov '06 01:14
    to be fair, we were rubbish
  4. Standard memberPalynka
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    13 Nov '06 14:07
    Yes, it's true that Liverpool was quite disappointing, but still it was great stuff from the Gunners. Credit's due where credit's due.

    Also, Drogba and Shevchenko showed a glimpse of what they can do when they click. Yes, Watford was poor, but still we could see that in Drogba's first two goals, Shevchenko drags two defenders with him opening space for Drogba.

    Shevchenko's movements explain a good deal of Drogba's recent form. More goals means more confidence and Drogba is surely making the best of it.
  5. Standard membermochiron
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    13 Nov '06 18:35
    Originally posted by Palynka
    Yes, it's true that Liverpool was quite disappointing, but still it was great stuff from the Gunners. Credit's due where credit's due.

    Also, Drogba and Shevchenko showed a glimpse of what they can do when they click. Yes, Watford was poor, but still we could see that in Drogba's first two goals, Shevchenko drags two defenders with him opening space for Dr ...[text shortened]... recent form. More goals means more confidence and Drogba is surely making the best of it.
    I saw the game. by the second Goal..Liverpool was finished. hell. by the first. they did not show up to the pitch.
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