12 Apr 2018 13:58:51
As a final kick in the crotch, Arsenal have successfully overturned Elneny's red card. From the replays I saw, he pushed Cedric by putting both hands on the side of his head/ face. Play had stopped, the situation calmed, Cedric was just standing by the ball protecting it from Elneny interfering.

I stand by what I said about the Stephen's red card even more firmly now than I did on Sunday. This is all a bloody farce. You either punish every unnecessary act or act of excessive force, or you raise the bar. How is Stephen's worse than Elneny's? Get an appeal in sharpish.

1.) 12 Apr 2018
12 Apr 2018 17:50:13
I thought the same, in fact I thought JW was the worst of the three of them, only his couldn’t be considered violent conduct.

I cannot figure out why, but I somehow still believe we will do it and Chelsea could be there for the taking if we tighten up at the back whilst having a real go. It would help if they were still in the CL as there is not much to play for in the league. I am sure we are targeting the games against Swansea, Bournemouth etc but they could be tougher in some respects. Think we need to go with Austin and Long, they seem to have more fire in their belly for this when compared to Carrillo and Gabbi.

2.) 12 Apr 2018
12 Apr 2018 21:02:18
I'm not sure the team now have luxury of targeting specific games as you're right to say none of them are particularly easy. Every game must be played like a cup final as the old cliché goes. Chelsea are in a bad place but still have the individuals to make the difference. I expect a similar set up to the Chelsea game, although maybe one or two personnel changes Austin needs to start as he can score from any situation. If Long's tail is up maybe play him as one of the players playing off Austin instead of Tadic or JWP.

3.) 13 Apr 2018
13 Apr 2018 11:09:53
yep definitely not tadic. he's not good enough.

4.) 14 Apr 2018
14 Apr 2018 13:06:17
Tadic is so not good that he scores a goal against chelsea.