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09 Oct 2017 22:10:06
Well done Ireland

Ramsey was terrible again.

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10 Oct 2017 13:37:13
Bad news Wales and British football personally I would have liked to have seen all 4 home nations qualify plus the republic of Ireland as I think it adds excitement and interest to a tournament.

But from an Arsenal point of view I think we will get more from Aaron without the world cup on his mind as 2 seasons ago I felt he was thinking of Euro 2016 more than playing for Arsenal once Wales had qualified.

Aaron for my money plays for Aaron I'm not sure it's a deliberate thing bit he seems to have this inbuilt wanting to be the star of the show, scoring rather than creating goals and scoring spectacular goals rather than simple ones.
The lad got a lot of stick a few years back and his self confidence and determination to succeed got him through that but unfortunately his actual ability isn't at the same level as his self confidence makes him believe.

He's a decent premier league player no more no less but I think he might well disagree with that :-)

10 Oct 2017 14:36:20
It really baffles me how Ramsey had that season where he was one of the top scorers in the league out of nowhere and now he doesn’t even look like scoring a fraction of that.

Bit disappointed with Wales last night, looks like i’ll be getting behind you English this world cup.

10 Oct 2017 16:05:56
It's a shame Wales and Scotland didn't make it, perfect mate Euro 2014 was brilliant because there were so many home nations involved, obviously I'm counting England actually getting off the plane and sticking around for a couple of weeks as being involved :-) but both Wales and Ireland did the UK proud both on and off the pitch.

11 Oct 2017 18:01:21
Its funny gunner, i'm like you, i want the home nations to do well but obviously not at the expense of us. I don't know many scots welsh or irish who want us to though, its usually the opposite.

11 Oct 2017 18:52:16
I think it's England's superiority attitude of the past that's lead to much of that Steve mate, although England have been the most successful British team that's not much to brag about in world football terns is it Steve mate.
I liken England to Arsenal in many ways, capable of so much more than we deliver while Scotland are like Leeds big underachivers given history and resources, Wales like Norwich have great potential but despite always flirting with realising it but it very seldom comes off, Northern Ireland like Southampton who quite often punch above their weight and the republic of Ireland remind me of Wimbledon of old, always a handful despite limited resources.



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