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I donít agree.But there we are.My sourness is definitely influenced by being certain that a RS player would not have got sent off in the same situation.
Iíve seen nothing idle about Walcott since he arrived.His effort levels and attitude have been top drawer.
I think we need to take comfort in the fact that we didn't sit back after the red card, and baring a few shit passses in the final third we would've won tonight
I agree.But this is what happens when you try and play a passing game from the back with sub standard players.
Like i said he's very talented always has been, he does go missing in action though and did at the Arse, he could have done more today for me but it's only my opinion, but it's no secret he frustrated Wenger and Arsenal fans a lot at times.
His grafting to make the chance to win it was typical Niasse. An easy ball from Coleman and we win it 3-2.
No matter how annoyed I was with the red and whether it was the correct decision or not, I think one thing we can all agree on is that Jags days are very numbered. Keane looked sharp today, and itís harsh to critisize for their second. Once Mina and Zouma come in, they are the clear 3 contenders at the back.
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