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PostSubject: Re: Arsenal The Gunner Fans Club.....   Sun Jun 14, 2009 7:52 pm


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PostSubject: Re: Arsenal The Gunner Fans Club.....   Sun Jun 14, 2009 7:53 pm



First Official Arsenal Store opens in Bahrain


Arsenal has opened its first official store in the Middle East in Bahrain City Centre. Having already announced the opening of an Arsenal Soccer School in the city later this year, the official store represents another major step into the Kingdom of Bahrain.

The Arsenal Store in Bahrain City Centre will be the first of several club retail outlets to be introduced throughout the GCC and arrives at a time when the region's interest in English football is at an unprecedented high. Outlets in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Qatar are envisioned for the near future as well as an official online Arsenal store dedicated to satisfying the GCC's demand for Arsenal merchandise.

The online portal will support both English and Arabic content and will deliver customers' orders within 48 hours. Mr. Abdul Wahid Kooheji, of IBG, Arsenal's Soccer Schools and Retail Partner, said, "Arsenal has one of the most passionate and loyal followings throughout the GCC and the stores will represent another means to express that passion in this part of the world. We believe that the introduction of the Arsenal Stores alongside Arsenal Soccer Schools will allow the Club's local following to become more engaged with their club and further promote the beautiful game throughout the region".

The Arsenal Store located on the upper level of Virgin Megastores will offer fans many of the same products sold at Arsenal's flagship stores in London. Men and women's fashion lines including clothing designed by George Davies exclusively for Arsenal, training apparel, accessories and memorabilia are among the hundreds of products that will be on display.

Fans and football enthusiasts alike are invited to visit the store which will be open seven days a week on the 3rd level of Bahrain City Centre. Mr. Ivan Gazidis , Arsenal Chief Executive Officer said, "The Club truly appreciates the level of support it receives from the Middle East and this represents another opportunity for us to reach out to those supporters in a compelling way. We're delighted to be bringing the first official Arsenal store to the region. We hope the launch of the Arsenal Store in Bahrain will mark the first of many stores across the GCC and we look forward to serving the rest of the region through our GCC shopping portal."

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PostSubject: Re: Arsenal The Gunner Fans Club.....   Mon Jun 15, 2009 11:52 pm

HARAP KAT MALAYSIA ADA JUGA SUATU HARI NANTI....................
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PostSubject: Re: Arsenal The Gunner Fans Club.....   Fri Jul 03, 2009 8:23 am

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PostSubject: Re: Arsenal The Gunner Fans Club.....   Thu Sep 17, 2009 9:14 am



STANDARD LEIGE 2 ARSENAL 3

Arsenal started their Champions League Group H campaign with a bang by producing a stunning second-half comeback at Standard Liege on Wednesday.

Arsène Wenger's side were 2-0 down after a crazy first five minutes. Eliaquim Mangala was given room to fire home a shot from just outside the area then William Gallas clipped Milan Jovanovic, who picked himself up and scored from the penalty spot.

The Arsenal ship listed for a while but, on his 100th Arsenal appearance, Nicklas Bendtner scored on the half-time whistle to anchor them once more.

The visitors dominated the second half and took their opportunities when Liege tired. Thomas Vermaelen forced the ball home from close range in the 79th minute, though replays suggested Alex Song may have been offside in the build-up. Eduardo twisted the knife two minutes later by nudging home a Cesc Fabregas corner with his knee.

It was sweet ending to a bitter saga for the Croatian. He was only playing in this game because his European ban for "deceiving the referee" in Arsenal's last Champions League game had been annulled on Monday.

This game was typical of Arsenal's season so far. Frenetic pace, loads of incident and netfuls of goals.
But after that terrible start they were just grateful to be leaving with maximum points..

Even though Wenger was without nine players for Arsenal's first game in Belgium since 1993, the manager still decided to rest a 10th. Bacary Sagna was left on bench so Emmanuel Eboue operated at right back.

The players left at home were: Manuel Almunia (chest infection), Theo Walcott, Denilson (both back), Robin van Persie (knee), Samir Nasri (leg), Andrey Arshavin (groin), Lukasz Fabianski, Johan Djourou (both knee) and Carlos Vela (ankle).

Those absences meant keeper Vito Mannone came in for only his second appearance for Arsenal and only his sixth match as a professional. As expected, Tomas Rosicky made his first Arsenal start since January 2008. However it was somewhat surprising to see the Czech international employed on the right wing rather than the left. Eduardo took that role while Bendtner the central spearhead.

What the Stade Maurice Dufrasne lacked in size and grace, it more than made up for in passion and intensity. This was industrial Belgium and the locals had a devotion to their side akin to Northern England. Before kick-off, the fans made Arsenal well aware they were on hostile territory.

However they probably did not realise just how much until exactly four minutes, four seconds had elapsed.
That was the time on the Liege scoreboard when Jovanovic stroked home from the spot to put the home side 2-0 up. What had transpired before that has been bewildering an excruciating in equal measure.

Liege took the lead in the second minute with, from Arsenal's perspective, an entirely avoidable goal.

Miscommunication between Mannone and Alex Song saw the defender give away a corner under little real pressure. Arsenal got away the initial ball but could not clear their lines. Mangala pounced and was afforded ample room to squeeze his shot between Mannone and the near post from just outside the area.

Even Liege themselves seemed stunned at the early strike. But elation turned to ecstasy shortly afterwards when Gallas swept away the legs of Jovanovic just inside the area.

The Serb kept his cool to stroke home from the spot. It is fair that the home crowd didn't in celebrating the goal!

Arsenal were shell-shocked but, over the course of the next half-hour, gradually got some sort of game together. Eduardo had an effort blocked on the quarter-hour and Bendtner sent over a couple of dangerous low balls from the left. However Sinan Bolat was more caretaker than keeper.

Yet, as half time approached, there was more incisiveness in their work. Eventually the reward came. In the final minute of normal time Diaby powered forward, shrugged off his assailant and slipped a pass into the path of Bendtner. The Dane slid his shot through the legs of Bolat and into the far corner.

A bitter start, a better end. As the teams went off at the break, Arsenal had a lifeline and, just as importantly, some impetus.

The second half could have seen two goals in less time than it had taken in the first.

Dieudonne Mbokani found himself in space on the edge of the area in the opening seconds but his shot was blocked by Gael Clichy. Rosicky pinged a pin-point pass up the other end and only a perfectly-timed challenge from Mangala stopped Bendtner grabbing an equaliser.

Arsenal were much better this half and sending their hosts into retreat but Liege were still threatening on the break. In the 57th minute, Wilfried Dalmat stormed down the right and, under pressure, Eboue hacked his low cross away from under his own bar.

The visitors' pressure was not being translated into chances and, as the half wore on, this in itself gave Liege a little more confidence.

Wenger replaced Rosicky with Aaron Ramsey and the Welshman immediately tested Bolat. The manager was just about to make another change when Arsenal drew level.

In the 79th minute, Fabregas sent over a free-kick from the left. Eduardo flicked it on to Song at the far post. He nudged the ball back into the six-yard box where Vermaelen scrambled it home from close range. Replays suggested the Cameroonian was offside when Eduardo had nodded the ball on.

Suddenly Liege were all at sea themselves.

Eduardo might have grabbed a third almost immediately but Bolat made his first real save of the night. From the corner, Vermaelen's drive was booted off the line with the keeper stranded.

The third came in the 81st minute. Fabregas fired in a corner from the left and Eduardo muscled in front his marker to turn the ball home from five yards with his knee.

The 26-year-old kissed his knee by way of celebration.

Eduardo was clearly relieved to have put a tough week behind him while his team had left with a win that had seemed light years away after that sloppy, sloppy start.

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PostSubject: Re: Arsenal The Gunner Fans Club.....   Thu Sep 17, 2009 12:26 pm

Wenger welcomes Eduardo heroics



Arsene Wenger felt it was inevitable Eduardo would have a say in the Champions League clash against Standard Liege.The Croatia striker netted the winner as Arsenal recovered from going two goals down inside five minutes.
Eduardo was only available because the club successfully appealed
against UEFA's two-match ban imposed for diving against Celtic in the
second leg of the qualifying tie.
And it was the Brazil-born marksman who had the final word when he
stabbed home a corner with 10 minutes to go as the Gunners completed a
remarkable comeback.
"It is always inevitable with Eduardo," said the Arsenal manager.
"He was caught out on the first goal but he is a guy who can always turn up on crosses because he has that anticipation."
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It had not looked good early on though as before Wenger's men could get going, they trailed 2-0.
Eduardo failed to clear a corner, and Eliaquim Mangala fired in a
low strike past rookie goalkeeper Vito Mannone, making his Champions
League debut.
Milan Jovanovic then netted from the penalty spot after he was adjudged to have been brought down by William Gallas.
However, Arsenal fought back with a well-taken goal from Nicklas Bendtner on the stroke of half-time.
Belgium international Thomas Vermaelen bundled in a second-half
equaliser, at which Liege complained Alex Song had been offside and
also handled.
Eduardo then completed what was a morale-boosting win for the injury-hit Gunners when he netted from close range.
"We were caught cold by a team who were really ready and started out of the blocks at full power," said Wenger.
"Standard played like it was a cup final with full commitment.
"When you go 2-0 down after five minutes, you know you have a big task in front of you.
"To win away from home in the Champions League and score three goals will be tough.
"You have to attack with full power, without restriction, and know that the next goal will kill you.
"We fought back with a goal and then in the second half, the game dropped a bit in physical intensity.
"When they got tired, we got set-pieces and took advantage of it.
"It can happen to anybody and you have to be strong."
Wenger added: "When you are at a big club, you cannot afford to have too many defeats on the trot.
"After being 2-0 down, this will strengthen belief within the group."
The Arsenal manager claimed he did not get a good view of the
match's two controversial incidents, the first-half penalty for Liege
and Vermaelen's equaliser.
"The penalty looked harsh, but I have not seen it again," said Wenger.
"As for our equaliser, it was impossible to see from the bench."
Standard Liege coach Laszlo Boloni lamented the way his men sat back
after a fine start - but felt Arsenal were more than fortunate in their
equaliser.
Boloni said: "We started very well, but were not strong enough mentally to continue the same way in the second half.
"We sat back in midfield, so all the pressure was too much for us."
The Liege coach declared: "Arsenal had good help from the referee at
their second goal - two players were offside and there was also a
handball.
"This was the moment when they got more motivation and we lost ours, but the biggest problem was we have to play better."
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PostSubject: Re: Arsenal The Gunner Fans Club.....   Thu Sep 17, 2009 12:27 pm

Champions League - Eduardo seals Arsenal comeback in Liege




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Eduardo scored a late winner as Arsenal staged a second-half comeback to win 3-2 at Standard Liege in their Champions League Group H opener.


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Arsenal found themselves two down inside five minutes with Eliaquim Mangala's low drive followed by a Milan Jovanovic penalty.
Nicklas Bendtner pulled one back on the stroke of half-time before a controversial Thomas Vermaelen equaliser after 79 minutes.
Just two minutes later Cesc Fabregas's corner hit the knee cap of the Gunners striker and flew into the back of the net for the winner.
It
completed a crazy night for Eduardo, who won his appeal against a
two-match ban imposed by UEFA for diving in the qualifying game against
Celtic, as he made a schoolboy error inside two minutes to gift the Belgians the lead.
Arsenal rookie goalkeeper Vito Mannone,
making just his second senior appearance, had a baptism of fire as
Arsenal only half cleared a corner before Eduardo attempted an
audacious flick 25 yards from his own goal. The loose ball fell to
Mangala whose left-footed drive nestled in the back of the net.
And the Champions League debutants were in dreamland soon after when Jovanovic cut inside William Gallas and referee Eduardo Iturralde Gonzalez from Spain awarded a penalty after the slightest of touches.
Jovanovic
sent Italian rookie Mannone the wrong way with the 27,000-capacity
crowd at the Maurice Dufrasne Stadium now in raptures.
The
visitors, who won by a record 7-0 scoreline in 1993 on their last visit
to Liege, failed to find their feet as they were hurried and hustled by
the hosts with their passing particularly profligate.
But they got a vital goal going into the break as Abou Diaby's
fine run ended with an astute pass into the path of Bendtner whose low
strike from the right channel went between the legs of keeper Sinan
Bolat.
However the Londoners, who had won just one of their
last seven away games in the Champions League, started the second
period as they had begun the first and a dreadful back pass from Alex
Song, which was intended for Gallas, was picked up by Dieudonne Mbokani
and the Cameroon midfielder was lucky that Gael Clichy was quick enough to get around on the cover to block the shot.
At the other end Mangala made a perfectly timed tackle as an inch perfect long ball from Tomas Rosicky, making a welcome first start since January 2008, put Bendtner clean through on goal.
The Gunners were largely restricted to long-range efforts until they equalised with a very scrappy and controversial goal.
Fabregas's
deep free-kick clearly struck the arm of Song. That kept the ball in
play and he hooked across the face of the goal for Belgian
international Vermaelen to bundle home from close range.
Eduardo
was then denied by a superb diving Bolat save before Vermaelen saw a
backheel hacked off the line by Marcos Camozzato in a frenetic spell
before the winner came to earn Arsene Wenger's side three precious
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PostSubject: Re: Arsenal The Gunner Fans Club.....   Thu Sep 17, 2009 4:20 pm

ARSENAL SUCK!JUMPERS.....ALWAYS ON ARSENAL SIDE,EDUARDO SUCK.GOOD FOR ADEBAYOR TO LEAVE THE ?#*@ TEAM IN HUMAN LIFE!!!
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PostSubject: Re: Arsenal The Gunner Fans Club.....   Thu Sep 17, 2009 4:52 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Arsenal The Gunner Fans Club.....   Thu Sep 17, 2009 7:30 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Arsenal The Gunner Fans Club.....   Thu Sep 17, 2009 11:06 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Arsenal The Gunner Fans Club.....   Thu Sep 17, 2009 11:14 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Arsenal The Gunner Fans Club.....   Thu Sep 17, 2009 11:29 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Arsenal The Gunner Fans Club.....   Thu Sep 17, 2009 11:39 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Arsenal The Gunner Fans Club.....   Fri Sep 18, 2009 12:26 am

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PostSubject: Re: Arsenal The Gunner Fans Club.....   Fri Sep 18, 2009 9:44 pm







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Van Persie is passed fit for Wigan clash





By Chris Harris

Robin van Persie has been passed fit to face Wigan Athletic at the weekend.

The
Dutch international missed the midweek win at Standard Liege with a
knee injury but he will make an immediate return on Saturday.

However, that’s as good as it gets on the injury front for Arsenal.

Andrey Arshavin
– given a 10 per cent chance of facing Wigan when Arsène Wenger spoke
to Arsenal TV Online yesterday - will not play on Saturday. And Manuel Almunia is not match fit, although he is back in training after a chest infection.

“We have Robin van Persie available compared to the game on Wednesday night,” confirmed Wenger. “He is the only player coming back.

“Arshavin will be available next week. Almunia is back in training but will not play tomorrow.”

Arsenal are still without Theo Walcott (back), Samir Nasri (leg), Lukasz Fabianski, Johan Djourou (both knee) and Carlos Vela (ankle). But they will soon be able to call upon Philippe Senderos, who appeared for the Reserves this week and is now pushing for a first-team place.

“Philippe will not play tomorrow, but he will play on Tuesday night [in the Carling Cup],” said Wenger.

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PostSubject: Re: Arsenal The Gunner Fans Club.....   Fri Sep 18, 2009 9:51 pm





Cesc Fabregas... in action against Standard Liege





Fabregas - This was a great victory for us





By Chris Harris

Cesc Fabregas hailed "a great victory" for Arsenal after helping his team battle back from a two-goal deficit to beat Standard Liege.

The
Belgian champions flew out of the blocks on Wednesday night with a low
strike from Eliaquim Mangala and a penalty from Milan Jovanovic. But Nicklas Bendtner hauled Arsenal back into the match before half-time and they snatched victory with second-half goals from Thomas Vermaelen and Eduardo.

Fabregas
set up the equaliser and the winner with expert dead-ball deliveries
from the left flank and the captain never doubted Arsenal's ability to
turn the game around.

“In the first few minutes it is always
possible you don’t start at your best and that is what happened but we
responded well as a team," said Fabregas.

“We knew we had the whole game in front of us and that can make a difference. So it was not difficult to keep believing.

“We’re
happy and it is a great victory especially after how we started the
game. Now let's focus on Wigan because the Premier League is the most
important thing for Arsenal.

"Every three days when we play,
it is always like a Final for Arsenal because we want to be at the top
and that’s it. It's just one more game and the season has just started
so we have a lot of time to recover."
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PostSubject: Re: Arsenal The Gunner Fans Club.....   Sun Sep 20, 2009 9:41 am

Arsenal 4-0 Wigan Athletic

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By Richard Clarke

A new hero emerged at Emirates Stadium on Saturday.

Until now, Thomas Vermaelen
had been viewed as just a solid summer signing by Arsène Wenger. A
strong, no-nonsense defender who had formed a good-looking partnership
with William Gallas in the early days of the campaign and seemed capable of contributing the odd goal too.

However, against Wigan this weekend, the 23-year-old made a step up;
winning the game for Arsenal with two great goals and firmly
establishing his reputation.

Just before kick-off, he
accepted the Arsenal.com Player of the Month award for August. Little
more than an hour later, he had bagged a brace.

The first was
a powerful header after 25 minutes, the second was a net-rippling drive
into the top corner. That made it four goals in his first eight games
for Arsenal. Incredibly, he is the Club's leading scorer so far this
season, one ahead of fellow defender Gallas!

Emmanuel Eboue added a third this afternoon by diverting in a shot from Eduardo. On the whistle, Cesc Fabregas turned home a cross from Nicklas Bendtner.

However the day belonged to Vermaelen. After the travails of the last
three games, it was nice for Arsenal to combine a decent display with a
simple, straightforward win.

Uncovering a new star was highly satisfying as well.

With the season now fully off the starting blocks, it was hardly
surprising to see Wenger rotate a little in his team selection. Tomas Rosicky and Bendtner had caught the eye in Belgium on Wednesday night but both dropped out this afternoon.

Eboue moved from right back to the right side of the front three. Bacary Sagna replaced him in defence. Robin van Persie was brought in up front.

There was precious little to report in the opening stages. Fabregas had a free-kick blocked and Gael Clichy offered a consistent attacking outlet on the left. However Wigan keeper Chris Kirkland was untroubled.

The visitors had an obvious optimism when they went forward but the
closest they came was when a desperate Gallas dispossessed Charles
N'Zogbia on the left of the area.

However, by the
quarter-hour, Arsenal were starting to turn the screw. Kirkland flapped
a corner to Gallas at the far post. The Frenchman's return header beat
the keeper only for Titus Bramble to boot the ball off the line.

Abou Diaby
and Eboue both saw snapshots fly over as the home side seemed almost to
be preparing to take the lead. In the 24th minute, Eboue stormed down
the right and tried to cut the ball back for Van Persie. Unfortunately
the cross was slightly behind the Dutchman and he could only lever an
effort wide.

Then Eduardo
clipped a ball to the far post but it was too tall for Eboue, who
controlled the ball with his hand and earned himself a booking.

The traffic was starting to go just one-way. Therefore Arsenal's
opening goal was entirely expected. Van Persie hoisted a corner into
the area and Vermaelen leapt highest to plant a firm header into the
roof of the Wigan net.

Arsenal now looked entirely
comfortable. Eboue should have given the scoreline its proper
reflection on the half-hour but, having raced into the area thanks to
Van Persie's excellent throughball, he steered his shot wide.

However Arsenal's Achilles heel so far this season has been conceding
when they are on top. And it nearly happened again this afternoon.

Wigan won a corner and Jordi Gomez floated it to the back post. Emmerson Boyce got his head to the ball but Vito Mannone
saved well from point-blank range. The Italian then had the presence of
mind to throw himself at Bramble as the centre half tried to turn in
the rebound. A brave and classy double block.

Sagna dispossessed N'Zogbia in the area as Wigan threatened once more. However Arsenal steadied themselves. Eduardo and Van Persie combined well for the Dutchman to force a stretching save from Kirkland on 43 minutes.

In injury time, Van Persie should have put daylight between the teams.
A clipped ball from Fabregas found him entirely on his own in middle of
the area. The striker had more time than he realised and attempted to
score with a spectacular, swivelling volley. However his connection was
poor and the shot dribbled wide.

Four minutes after the
restart, Vermaelen would give him an unlikely finishing lesson. Eboue
tucked a regulation ball to the Belgian on the edge of the area and he
unleashed a vicious curling shot in to the top corner of the net. A
peach of a goal.

Within a couple of minutes, Emirates Stadium was singing his name. Vermaelen had clearly and audibly made his mark.
The goal finally broke Wigan's heart. Just before the hour, Arsenal made sure of the points with a third.

Eduardo's
low shot was touched onto the post by Kirkland. The ball rebounded out
into a crowded area but the Croatian was the first to pounce. He fired
towards the net but Eboue diverted the ball in and both players ran off
celebrating.

Morally the goal belonged to the striker but the Ivorian is likely to be credited with it.

After Wigan substitute Jason Scotland tested Mannone, Song fired a low shot against the outside of the post.

With nine minutes left, the visitors thought they had grabbed a
consolation goal when Paul Scharner tapped in after Mannone had let
Scotland's shot slipped through his fingers. However the Austrian was
flagged offside.

It was the final proof that this just was not Wigan's day.

In injury time, Bendtner sent a low cross to the near post and Fabregas
stabbed home a shot from virtually on the goal line. Rosicky also
forced a late save from Kirlkland

However the final word
belonged to Vermaelen, who preserved Arsenal's first Premier League
clean sheet of the season by blocking Scotland's goal-bound shot from
close-range.
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PostSubject: Re: Arsenal The Gunner Fans Club.....   Wed Sep 30, 2009 11:01 am

Fulham 0-1 Arsenal

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By Richard Clarke

Rookie keeper Vito Mannone pulled off a string of stunning saves as Arsenal snatched a 1-0 win at Fulham on Saturday evening.

The only goal came from Robin van Persie seven minutes after half-time. It was a wonderful strike fashioned by Cesc Fabregas and finished stylishly by the Dutchman.

That
would probably be the abiding memory of any average game but it won't
be today. Instead the image of Mannone's blocks will linger longest.

The
21-year-old made acrobatic stops from Andrew Johnson headers in each
half. He also thwarted the former Palace frontman with a sprawling
effort in front of his near post and tipped Zoltan Gera's shot wide.
However surely Mannone's best moment was the reflex save from Bobby
Zamora's thunderous header nine minutes from time.

Remember
the former Atalanta player is Arsenal's third-choice keeper and this
was only his ninth game in any form of first-team football.

Fulham will feel hard done at this result. But, for once, Arsène Wenger's side were the more clinical.

With Chelsea surprisingly losing at Wigan, Arsenal caught up a little ground today - thanks mainly to Mannone.

Wenger made two changes as his side got back to Premier League action after their midweek Carling Cup sojourn.

Nicklas Bendtner and a fit-again Andrey Arshavin replaced Emmanuel Eboue and Eduardo. Theo Walcott has recovered from his back problem but was not risked this afternoon.

The
early stages saw more injuries than chances. Damian Duff had to go off
after eight minutes so Gera came on. Shortly afterwards, Mannone
confidently claimed a right-wing cross but clattered William Gallas in the process. The Frenchman needed treatment but carried on.
Although Arsenal had started nicely, Fulham soon barged their way
into the game. Hodgson's side attacked well down the flanks and Dempsey
examined Mannone early on with a low shot.

In the 14th minute, the Italian would be tested much more sternly.

Gera
curled in a cross from the right and Johnson got across his marker to
steer an excellent header towards the far post. Mannone threw himself
to his right and thrust out a hand to block. It was an excellent save
but the ball fell to Dempsey. He tried to turn the ball back towards
goal but his effort deflected off Gallas and hit Mannone in the face
before bouncing wide. The Italian keeper had earned his luck for the
quality of the initial stop.

Fabregas fired over the bar almost
immediately and, in the 21st minute, the Spaniard set up Arshavin, who
lofted a wasteful effort over the bar. Replays proved that, apart from
the attentions of Aaron Hughes, the Russian had missed because the ball
had taken a nasty leap at the crucial moment.

Arsenal's
response did not last. Fulham squeezed their opponents once again and,
in the 36th minute, again it was only Mannone who stopped them taking
the lead. Johnson's flick sent Gera clear in the right-hand channel.
The Hungarian speared a low shot towards the far post but the Italian
fingertipped the ball past the post.

Wenger lead his side back to the dressing room with much talking to do.

Zamora
went close with a couple of efforts - a long-range drive and a blocked
curling shot - in the opening stages of the second half.

But
Arsenal seemed a little brighter themselves - and in the 52nd minute
they proved it. Song intercepted a pass from Paul Konchesky and
Bendtner fed Fabregas in midfield. He clipped a ball forward to Van
Persie who controlled the ball in mid-stride with his left foot and
fired into the far corner of the net with his right. A superb technical
goal.

Fulham could feel a little hard done by and Bendtner
nearly rubbed salt into the wound a minute later but his low angled
shot was wonderfully turned away by Mark Schwarzer.

However
Fulham were still a threat and, in the 55th minute, Mannone was again
Arsenal's savour. Johnson met Zamora's cross with a firm header towards
the far post. The keeper dived full length to tip the ball away and
Dempsey could only fire the rebound wastefully across goal.

Although,
Arsenal were looking quite comfortable in patches they sometimes relied
on desperate defending at the back. Sagna diverted Dempsey's shot on
the post then Gallas, who was having a commanding game, slid in to
smother Zamora's shot.

Thirteen minutes from time, Johnson fired low through a forest of players and Mannone pulled off sprawling save.

However
the best was yet to come four minutes later. Fulham won a free-kick on
the right, Konchesky hoisted it into the area and Zamora climbed
highest to send in a towering header. It seemed a certain goal but
Mannone pushed the ball aside. A brilliant block.

Fulham were
now attacking with little restraint and Arsenal nearly took advantage.
Substitute Eboue danced round the last defender only to see his shot
blocedk then, on full time, Bendtner blazed over when well-placed.

At the final whistle, the Arsenal players all hugged Mannone. They knew this was his day.

The three points he helped preserve could prove vital at the end of the season.
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PostSubject: Re: Arsenal The Gunner Fans Club.....   Wed Sep 30, 2009 11:25 am

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Arsenal 2-0 Olympiacos



Arsenal maintained their 100% record in Champions League Group H with a 2-0 win over Olympiacos at Emirates Stadium.Arsene
Wenger will later this week become the longest-serving manager in the
history of Arsenal, whom he openly admits were a "bit crazy" to take
the gamble on his appointment some 13 seasons ago.
Time has, of course, since proved that judgement more than sound -
but the burning desire to bring more success to Emirates Stadium
remains as strong as ever for Wenger and his young side.
The Greek champions, now managed by Brazil legend Zico, had
goalkeeper Antonis Nikopolidis to thank for preventing Arsenal chalking
up a big score in a one-sided contest.
However, they were eventually undone with 12 minutes to go when
substitute Eduardo set up Robin van Persie before Andrey Arshavin made
sure of the win when he netted a cheeky backheel, which had more than a
hint of offside.
Arsenal had opened their European campaign away to Standard Liege -
where they trailed 2-0 inside five minutes before battling back to a
morale-boosting victory.
The Gunners, though, showed no signs of any such repeat tonight as Olympiacos were immediately pushed onto the defensive.
Full-back Gael Clichy, who came through the Arsenal youth ranks
under the watchful eye of Wenger, broke down the left and cut the ball
across for Arshavin, whose sidefoot shot was gathered by Nikopolidis in
a sign of things to come for the Greek keeper.
On 16 minutes, captain Cesc Fabregas rattled the crossbar from 18
yards, with Nikopolidis then producing a fine reaction save to keep out
Thomas Rosicky's fierce angled drive.
Olympiacos sat deep and Arshavin tested Nikopolidis again before William Gallas almost connected with Van Persie's corner.
Arsenal goalkeeper Vito Mannone - outstanding in the 1-0 Barclays
Premier League win over Fulham on Saturday - finally had something to
do after 34 minutes when he comfortably collected a header from
Vassilis Torosidis.
Olympiacos skipper Nikopolidis was having a busy night, as he had to touch behind a deep, inswinging free-kick from Fabregas.
Abou Diaby, eight yards out, headed wide following the corner.
Arsenal were almost made to pay for not taking their chances at the
start of the second half when former Aston Villa defender Olof Mellberg
headed a corner down towards the near post - which Mannone parried.
From the quick counter-attack, Van Persie forced Nikopolidis to make
another good save, before picking up a yellow card when he clattered
into defender Michal Zewlakow chasing the loose ball.
As the hour mark passed, Arsenal maintained their pressure.
Centre-back Thomas Vermaelen - the top scorer so far with four goals
- just failed to direct his far-post header on target following Van
Persie's deep free-kick.
Wenger made a change with 24 minutes left when he introduced Eduardo
- free to play after UEFA's two-match diving ban was overturned on
appeal - for Rosicky.
Olympiacos continued to sit back and invite pressure, but all too
often Arsenal's final delivery was poor, much to the frustration of the
Emirates Stadium faithful.
Arshavin turned quickly to release Van Persie into the left side of the penalty area.
His angled drive was blocked by Nikopolidis but Gallas could not get
the rebound out from under his feet, as the keeper once again denied
Arsenal, although the assistant's flag was raised anyway.
Nikopolidis was inspired as he saved at full stretch from Diaby,
before the midfielder was replaced by Carlos Vela - a move to inject
some pace into the attack.
The goal finally came on 78 minutes, when Eduardo darted into the
box to collect Fabregas' pass, before cutting the ball back to Van
Persie, who this time swept it into the net.
Arshavin made sure of the result when he backheeled in Fabregas' low centre, despite looking suspiciously offside.
While there is still much work to do before this side can genuinely
claim to live with those built around Tony Adams, Dennis Bergkamp,
Patrick Vieira and Thierry Henry, Wenger's young Gunners continue to
give the wise old manager reason to be positive for the future.
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PostSubject: Re: Arsenal The Gunner Fans Club.....   Wed Sep 30, 2009 12:13 pm

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