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    [–] Post-Match Day Discussion thread saucyalternative 1 points ago in Gunners

    Now that I've had time to digest this game and avoided the mass over reaction from this sub; I feel we played well yesterday.

    Let's start with the ugly duckling of this sub for this game: Granit Xhaka. He looked off the pace and didn't look to have a good partnership with Guendouzi. Granit's supposed limitations last season were put down to poor management and a lack of direction but in this game he hasn't taken heed of the new signings in his position and I think he is really under threat in this system. I hope for the best for Granit, he has loads to offer, but he will be left exposed in a system that doesn't include a true defensive midfielder.

    So from one midfield dynamo to a supposed midfield maestro: Matteo Guendouzi. Was so impressed with the lads tenacity and willingness to get stuck in but at this level he needs to focus. I honestly couldn't believe he was on the team sheet. A 19 year old premier league novice in a position where we have struggled in the past, against the best team in the country and beside a man who dislikes tracking back? Some questions that Unai will no doubt be asking himself this very day.

    Maitland-Niles had the engine and the will to succeed at left back but didn't have the authority to tell others to keep tabs on Mahrez when Walker was running down the wing. Something we saw brilliantly executed by Lichtsteiner.

    Aaron Ramsey was the driving force behind the team yesterday. Closing down Ederson when really Aubameyang should have been the focal point and I'm sure Unai is letting the team know the importance of a team press.

    Anyway, COYG.

    [–] Post-Match Thread: Arsenal 0 - 2 Manchester City saucyalternative 4 points ago in Gunners

    Now that I've had time to digest this game and avoided the mass over reaction from this sub; I feel we played well yesterday.

    Let's start with the ugly duckling of this sub for this game: Granit Xhaka. He looked off the pace and didn't look to have a good partnership with Guendouzi. Granit's supposed limitations last season were put down to poor management and a lack of direction but in this game he hasn't taken heed of the new signings in his position and I think he is really under threat in this system. I hope for the best for Granit, he has loads to offer, but he will be left exposed in a system that doesn't include a true defensive midfielder.

    So from one midfield dynamo to a supposed midfield maestro: Matteo Guendouzi. Was so impressed with the lads tenacity and willingness to get stuck in but at this level he needs to focus. I honestly couldn't believe he was on the team sheet. A 19 year old premier league novice in a position where we have struggled in the past, against the best team in the country and beside a man who dislikes tracking back? Some questions that Unai will no doubt be asking himself this very day.

    Maitland-Niles had the engine and the will to succeed at left back but didn't have the authority to tell others to keep tabs on Mahrez when Walker was running down the wing. Something we saw brilliantly executed by Lichtsteiner.

    Aaron Ramsey was the driving force behind the team yesterday. Closing down Ederson when really Aubameyang should have been the focal point and I'm sure Unai is letting the team know the importance of a team press.

    Anyway, COYG.

    [–] Fahaka puffer feeding saucyalternative 2 points ago in WTF

    It did a pretty badass job of tackling that snake.

    [–] Rangers reject £3 million West Brom bid for captain James Tavernier saucyalternative -10 points ago in soccer

    Premier League quality? Take your head out of yer arse ya cunt. He is ok going forward but an absolute liability defensively. He would get torn to shreds by most wingers in the EPL.

    [–] England's attempt to score after Croatia's winning goal saucyalternative 6 points ago in soccer

    Brits?

    We Scots, the Welsh and Irish and more than offended being lumped with that lot.

    [–] Y E E T saucyalternative 1 points ago in BikiniBottomTwitter

    Could you use it in a sentence?

    [–] Think I finally figured out summer fashion saucyalternative -1 points ago in Gunners

    Bellerin looking fresh with his new barber ✂️✂️✂️

    [–] Mac and Cheese Eaters of Reddit, how do you spice up your stovetop Mac and Cheese? saucyalternative 9 points ago in AskReddit

    OMG! THIS IS MY JAM!

    My latest iteration of this delightful dish has been my absolute favourite. Grate half a block of cheddar, some French Comte and Swiss Gruyere before you do fucking anything. That combo is B A N G I N G.

    Fry off pancetta, Stornoway Black Pudding (turns your 7/10 m&c into 11/10 m&c), garlic and chestnut mushroom with salt and pepper and add a couple of dashes of Worcestershire sauce. Once that is amazing and lovely allow it to max and relax while you make your aforementioned B A N G I N G cheese sauce.

    Combo the two together for an almost religious experience.

    [–] BBC getting the better of ITV in battle of the World Cup pundits saucyalternative 3 points ago in soccer

    Ally McCoist and Jon Champion are the commentary dream team on ITV though.

    [–] Torreira first Uruguayan player? Any other omissions? saucyalternative -15 points ago in Gunners

    We are never getting torreira. He's far too good for the elite clubs to not be in for him

    [–] This is a real photo of Macao. saucyalternative 1 points ago in pics

    Looks like a Fifth Element backdrop.