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Midfield three quietly very good today.They won the ball and kept it ticking over.

Overall a very good performance,conserved there legs in the second half for a busy xmas period coming up.

Very perfessional performance

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Guest davelfc

We got our three points and should arsenal lose by more than one goal we leap above them on goal difference to 5th.

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We got our three points and should arsenal lose by more than one goal we leap above them on goal difference to 5th.

They'll probably beat City

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Yeah happy with the win and another clean sheet. This was a game we should have had more and with luck on our side we would have.

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bit frustrating we didnt get one or two more to improve the goal difference but again we looked very good. i want three more wins for christmas and we can look forward with anticipation to 2012.

 

overall we looked very good and i feel all the new boys are settling in rather nicely, with the exception of the big man!

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Back five excellent, as per. Admittedly they had fuck all to do today.

 

Henderson, ok. Adam, poor. Shelvey, good in patches.

 

Bellamy superb. Suarez, desperately unlucky. Looked a little tired today though. Played lots of football.

 

Downing the biggest disappointment. Just seems to have a complete lack of belief in his own ability.

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The premier league is really crap.

Villa are 10th,20pts behind first place after 16 games.Get outside the top 7 and the league is very poor

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Three points...a good two nil win. Cant complain about that.

 

Haha, wonder what the odds were on us posting next to eachother with similar posts like that. Weird.

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Good performance that against a poor villa. Bellamy put in a great shift going forward and tracking back. Henderson really good. Defence and midfield very solid. Villa didn't get a sniff. Really good performance that reminded me of when we were last dominant in the league.

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C'mon Arsenal. Couldn't care less if United go top after 16 games or so. Loads of football to be played still and United will drop points. Arsenal win puts us 10 points of the top. A decent run of fixtures coming up over Christmas. Achievable. I can see us being in the shake up at the turn of the new year....or am I being too optimistic again? Sorry, I can't help it!

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Someone please teach Carroll the act of pressuring a fucking defender.

 

Yeah we could show him some Rushie videos but I doubt it would make any difference. He's not arsed, he didn't get anything in this game which isn't his fault but he couldn't have looked less enthusiastic, very flat footed. He'd had his redbull too.

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Well that was a Sunday afternoon stroll. Villa are incredibly poor, and given the body language of the defenders after half time, it seems McLeish is struggling with his tactics. Congratulations are in order for taking off Heskey and bringing on an even more clueless player in Bannen.

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