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Emirates Cup is live on Quest this weekend, though sadly not in HD ffs.

Saturday

2pm - RB Leipzig v Sevilla

4:20pm - Arsenal v Benfica

Sunday

2pm - RB Leipzig v Benfica

4:20pm - Arsenal v Sevilla

Channel No's - SKY 144, Virgin 172, Freeview 37


Thanks for this!

Oh wait, I can't watch it online?!

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Thanks for this!

Oh wait, I can't watch it online?!


I've got it on at work using TV Catchup, will be home for the Arsenal game though.

http://www.tvcatchup.com/watch/quest
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I've got it on at work using TV Catchup, will be home for the Arsenal game though.

http://www.tvcatchup.com/watch/quest


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Sometimes you have to stand in the shadows; to see the light.

I've got it on at work using TV Catchup, will be home for the Arsenal game though.

http://www.tvcatchup.com/watch/quest

I've got it on at work on our reception tv!

Took me ages to realise that the 'LEI' wasn't a mistake for Leicester and it was Leipzig!
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Hasn't been too bad a match really, Leipzig look much quicker and a better all round team but still losing, though probably wasn't a penalty.
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Okay, are Arsenal fans still split on Wenger out?

I thought he had earned the right to stay originally, but am now very much in the mind set that he should be replaced. Arsenal has become an easy ride for the players. It's like they're playing for their grandad, no matter how poorly they do there will be unconditional love and acceptance. They need someone with some fire in the belly, in the dressing room and in charge.

That's a neutrals view though, well as neutral as a football fan can get.
Sometimes you have to stand in the shadows; to see the light.

Anyone who still thinks Arsene Wenger should be managing our club is a fucking moron.

Sad part is that he's just one of many within the club who need to fuck off, least of all the toupee wearing yankee doodle cunt who owns us.
Arsenal spent more than £100m in the summer of 2016 and I was told by several sources that even greater finance would be available for the transfer window just gone.

The club say a significant chunk of the budget went on Alexandre Lacazette’s transfer fee – in excess of £50m – and the salaries of Lacazette and Sead Kolasinac.

To make further major signings – Thomas Lemar was the key target – and fulfil Arsene Wenger’s pledge of keeping Alexis Sanchez, Mesut Ozil and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Arsenal would have to bolster their transfer kitty and create space on a wage bill in need of careful management to avoid breaching the Premier League’s salary control rules. As such, clubs and agents were made aware that offers would be entertained for the likes of Wojciech Szczesny, Olivier Giroud, Jack Wilshere, Mohamed Elneny, Kieran Gibbs, Calum Chambers, Carl Jenkinson, Chuba Akpom and others.

Clearly this process did not go smoothly, for example: Giroud and Wilshere decided to stay; Wenger changed his mind on Chambers; Lucas Perez asked to leave, was told to stay as it seemed Giroud was leaving, only for Giroud to stay so Perez could leave, but he was priced out of a permanent move so ended up on loan; the departure of Gibbs took longer than expected; Gabriel was suddenly sold and Shkodran Mustafi asked to leave, which suited Arsenal because it gave them the chance to replace a player they were disappointed with last season, except they failed to land a replacement

Meanwhile, Arsenal encountered problems with some of those they did not want to lose, for example: Hector Bellerin returned from the U21 Euros to tell Wenger he wanted to leave amid interest from Barcelona; Oxlade-Chamberlain rejected a new deal and eventually told Wenger he wanted out; no contract talks took place with Ozil and have not since March; and Sanchez also made clear his desire to exit the Emirates.

Given Ozil generated little interest, Sanchez could only go if Arsenal got huge money plus a top-quality replacement, and it was inconceivable to lose three key players on free transfers next summer, Oxlade-Chamberlain was always the most realistic sale. Nonetheless, Wenger genuinely wanted and tried to keep the trio. He was stunned and bitterly disappointed when Oxlade-Chamberlain rejected the club’s final contract offer (an enormous pay rise that would have earned him close to £180,000 per week if Arsenal made it back into the Champions League) and I’m told Wenger did not hold back when Oxlade-Chamberlain told him face-to-face that he wanted to move on.

Oxlade-Chamberlain’s price was an initial £35m, while money also came in for Szczesny, Gabriel and Gibbs. On the face of it that left Arsenal in profit for the window, although it is unclear if or how much of Oxlade Chamberlain’s fee was owed to his former club Southampton via a sell-on clause.

Towards the end of the window, Arsenal made it clear that there was no money remaining for any more major signings. This was relayed to clubs and agents offering higher-end players to Arsenal and even journalists making regular enquiries. The explanation followed that while some money was obviously available, it was not at the level required to make top-class signings and cover their salaries.

Bidding £92m for Lemar when £55/60m was set to come in for Sanchez suggests they had at least £30m, excluding wages, to play with. Apparently the leftover funds will be used to safeguard Arsenal going forward – in other words, boost the budget for the next two windows.

Arsenal’s stated aim this season is to win the Premier League and, publicly at least, they are adamant they can defy expectations to do so. They know they cannot compete financially with the Manchester clubs and Chelsea, but point to Leicester as an example of success being achieved without exorbitant spending. Having filled the positions Wenger identified as a priority, retained Sanchez and Ozil, and shifted plenty of players out, Arsenal feel they are stronger than a year ago.

There is certainly internal concern that central midfield went unaddressed – and I understand that in the days leading up to the deadline Wenger did look at rectifying this, though it was too late – but generally the hierarchy claim they were happy with the window and optimistic for the campaign.

The noises from the top are that owner Stan Kroenke is desperate and hungrier than even to win trophies, but there is no hiding the fact that he will not be injecting a penny of his own wealth to assist the quest. Kroenke and the club are said to believe Arsenal can punch above their weight to triumph using their existing model.

Bearing in mind that model has shown little sign of leading Arsenal to the level of glory they profess to crave, and that some of their rivals are accelerating away on and off the pitch, it remains to be seen if the commitment to self-sustainability will be reconsidered in the future.


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Ehhhh, I'm just whelmed I guess.
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Emery confirmed, much better choice than Arteta for me.
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Gazidis is such a massive knob
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Kind of wanted Arteta but very encouraged by Emery's comments and vision thus far.
Gazidis is such a massive knob


For the appoinment?

Kind of wanted Arteta but very encouraged by Emery's comments and vision thus far.


His preperation for his interview and everything he has said so far has far exceeded anything i was expecting and does show (to me at least) that he really wants this job and to do well in it. He already has a brilliant record at all but one of the clubs (who wants to manage in Russia anyway) he's been at and he's come across as seeing this job being his reward for all his hard work in the past. Admittedly I was a little unsure when it was announced but hearing him speak I'm now fully behind him.

As for Arteta, I think he's only being so highly thought of because he works with Guardiola, I've seen nothing in his leadership ability's on the pitch to make me think he could manage a club the size of ours (as a first job anyway).
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Just signed one of, if not the best defensive midfielder that I've seen during the World Cup.


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Little more than PR speak imo

If they follow in the ways of the bald git then it's all smoke and mirrors again
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