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RedCafe.net - Wed Oct 17 10:58 PM
"I believe that I will start again on January 1. I don't know where yet, but I feel rested and am ready to work again." "From my 22 years at Arsenal, I have big experience on different levels. There are enquiries from all over the world, " the Frenchman said. "There are associations, national tea...
RedCafe.net - Fri Oct 5 1:08 AM
that you watched live? In tv or in stadium Mine was Arsenal 8-2 and Roma 7-1. What’s yours? The sense of sheer bliss that you get from such a dominating performance is something I missed recently. May the glory times return.
RedCafe.net - Sat Sep 29 2:33 PM
Already 3 defeats and conceding 3 goals in each of those games. We have not yet visited City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal, Spurs and Huddersfield. Our best-attacking players not finishing the games include Pogba, Martial, Lingard, Sanchez. Keeps Scott McTominay at central defence despite having B...
RedCafe.net - Sat Sep 29 2:25 PM
Already 3 defeats and conceding 3 goals in each of those games. We have not yet visited City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal, Spurs and Huddersfield. Our best-attacking players not finishing the games include Pogba, Martial, Lingard, Sanchez. Keeps Scott McTominay at central defence despite having B...
RedCafe.net - Thu Sep 27 4:54 PM
Thoughts on him? 19 year old CDM from Arsenal. Think he's a pretty good prospect.
RedCafe.net - Thu Sep 27 9:00 AM
Tweet — Twitter API (@user) date This one has us written all over it. We’ll pay him ridiculous money to be bang average.
RedCafe.net - Sun Sep 23 7:09 PM
So United, Spurs, Chelsea all play away in Europe and drop points. Liverpool, City and Arsenal all play at home and get three. Burnley's form has also picked up without the added travel and disruption to their schedule. Is it about time the PL started to help teams engaged in European competition...
RedCafe.net - Fri Aug 31 9:02 AM
What’s he upto these days? Thought he wanted to stay in football and had (or at least would have) multiple opportunities to do so. Anyone think he’d be ok at a senior footballing role at United or am I out of my mind?
RedCafe.net - Wed Aug 29 2:35 PM
My assessment as follows: DDG: Arsenal, Spurs, City, Chelsea, Liverpool Shaw: Arsenal, Spurs Smalling: Arsenal Matic: Arsenal Pogba: Arsenal, Spurs, Chelsea Lingard: Arsenal Lukaku: Chelsea Rashford: Arsenal Alexis: Arsenal, Spurs, Chelsea, Liverpool Looking at the set-ups, style of play, manager...
RedCafe.net - Wed Aug 22 11:47 PM
In the final year of hia contract and Arsenal seem to be having trouble renewing. Press bollocks suggest Utd & Chelsea are sniffing around considering either a cut price bid in January or a free next summer. What are the cafs thoughts?
RedCafe.net - Sun Aug 19 9:57 AM
We thought we'd fleeced Arsenal when we got Sanchez, but he has been poor since getting to United, and, he's on considerably higher wages than Mhkitaryan was, to boot. Still, all is not done and maybe Sanchez starts performing like his wage suggests he should. On the other hand, Mkhitaryan has ha...
RedCafe.net - Tue Aug 14 11:46 PM
Geroge Graham built an Arsenal team which was solid defensively but lacked attacking flair and was criticised for it. Wenger came in and unlocked the attacking flair while having the benefit of resting on the efforts of Graham's defensive coaching. Arsenal were successful until Graham's defensive...
RedCafe.net - Sun Aug 12 4:58 PM
Let the fun begin
RedCafe.net - Tue Aug 7 10:45 AM
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RedCafe.net - Sat Jul 28 5:06 PM
Guardiola. Klopp. Pochettino. Sarri. Emery. What do they all have in common? The high-press. Mourinho is the outlier. From next season - unless Jose changes the habit of a lifetime - United will be the only team in the top six to take a different approach. And before this thread gets derailed, th...
RedCafe.net - Thu Jul 26 4:57 PM
Reading about who Arsenal should make Captain has me wondering just how important it is now. What does a Captain do that makes the choice so important? Seems to me most players these days aren't going to let somebody else on the team order them around so what does it matter who has the armband?
RedCafe.net - Wed Jul 18 1:02 AM
1 Manchester United 2 Liverpool 3 Manchester City 4 Chelsea 5 Tottenham Hotspur 6 Arsenal 7 PL 2018/19 final table predictions
RedCafe.net - Wed Jun 20 5:19 AM
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RedCafe.net - Tue Jun 19 9:17 PM
https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/44533207 Arsenal have agreed a fee - reported to be 22m euros (£19.3m) - for Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno. The 26-year-old German, who has been at Leverkusen since 2011, is yet to have a medical with the Premier League club. Click to expand Good or shi...
RedCafe.net - Tue Jun 19 3:14 PM
https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/44533207 Arsenal have agreed a fee - reported to be 22m euros (£19.3m) - for Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno. The 26-year-old German, who has been at Leverkusen since 2011, is yet to have a medical with the Premier League club. Click to expand Good or shi...
RedCafe.net - Mon Jun 4 3:22 PM
Don't know what to make of our friends down south. There has been talk Emery has only 50m to spend this summer. At the moment, Arsenal's likely signings are Lichtsteiner, Fellaini and Papastathopoulos. Three free transfers and one whose contract has a year to run. They also have players with not...
RedCafe.net - Wed May 30 5:56 PM
Some 'big' names currently wandering in the managerial wilderness: Arsene Wenger, Maurizio Sarri, Louis van Gaal, Claudio Ranieri, Sam Allardyce, David Moyes, Alan Pardew, Chris Coleman, Paul Clement, Paul Lambert etc. Wonder where they'll all end up this coming season, if at all? Manuel Pellegri...
RedCafe.net - Mon May 21 8:36 PM
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RedCafe.net - Mon May 21 8:18 PM
Being reported on the BBC now. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/44203679 Arsenal are set to appoint Unai Emery as their new manager. Manchester City assistant Mikel Arteta was strong favourite to succeed the outgoing Arsene Wenger. But following a thorough recruitment process that involved al...
RedCafe.net - Wed May 16 8:28 PM
My choice would be the final 1979 against Arsenal. Liam Brady was having one of his days and they tore us apart in the first half and at half time we were already 2-0 down. 2nd half Gordon McQueen pulls one back in the 86th minute. Then in the 88th minute McIlroy gets on the end of a pass from...
RedCafe.net - Wed May 16 12:11 PM
Not sure if it's been asked but in memory of the man, as opposition's fans what has been your favourite moment? I'll start: Or
RedCafe.net - Sun May 13 7:32 PM
A lot of sides changing managers in the summer Man City - Pep Man Utd - Jose Tottenham - Poch Liverpool - Klopp Chelsea - ? Arsenal - ? Burnley - Dyche Everton - Big Sam/? Leicester - Puel/? Newcastle - Rafa/? Palace - Hodgson/? Bournemouth- Howe West Ham - ? Watford - Gracia/? Brighton - Houghto...
RedCafe.net - Fri May 11 6:52 AM
" Arsene Wenger believes that the Premier League will soon lose its supremacy to a European super league. Looking back at his 22-year reign as Arsenal manager, Wenger predicted the imminent rise of a new European league, saying “it will happen and Wenger: European super league inevitable, domesti...
RedCafe.net - Sun May 6 2:48 PM
I've realized I've become tunnel visioned with football and focusing almost exclusively on Arsenal. Outside of Arsenal the only football I've seen this season have been a few Champions League matches, the odd Top 4 clash I could stomach and the first El Clasico. I didn't even realize Paul Lambert...
RedCafe.net - Sat May 5 2:29 PM
What do we think? Will he continue being a manager? Surely a national team job is perfect for him, but apparently he likes the day-to-day aspect of football management. What’s next for him?