Champions League: Wenger can see Spurs beat Real

Yes, Arsene but can Arsenal beat Spurs? That should be a more pressing issue than two bits about a Champions League match that is of no concern. Lets hear your ideas of how you plan to confront Spurs away on 20th April or Blackpool or Liverpool because at this moment we are Premiership also rans.

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2 comments on “Champions League: Wenger can see Spurs beat Real
  1. My sentiments exactly.
    Manchester Utd. can show the character and tactical adjustments to come back from 2-0 down against a team desperate to avoid relegation, yet we can’t break through against Blackburn.
    I’m also pretty concerned with our tactics when we force crosses into the box REPEATEDLY against a larger, more physical team while Bendtner and Chamakh are on the bench. Apparently Van Persie, Nasri and Arshavin are more desirable aerial threats.

  2. Spitz: Some of Wenger’s decisions have been baffling. Where to begin? Not buying a central defender in the transfer season. Starting Nasri down the right instead of centrally. Persisting with Walcott as a winger when he’s more comfortable as a striker. Taking out Arshavin when he looks most likely to score. Waiting for 60 minutes or more to make a substitution. Persisting with players who’ve become stale and ineffective like Denilson, Diaby, Eboue, and Rosicky. And the worst of them all, the decision not to go for a quality goalkeeper.

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