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Bare heads on here rate Kos, let me tell you now.Djourou is the future, Vermalen is replacement for Clichy.How can we spend £10m on Kos, worst decision Wenger has made in his helm.

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Another solid performance from Djourou resulting in a clean sheet.I said about 2 years ago Djourou is the futre, i'll still back him now even with 95% of "True" Arsenal fans backing Kos.Arsenal fans know nothing about how to spot a good player.

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Lol...Djourou still gets turned too easy, which when he seems to have lost the yard of pace he had is incredibly worrying. However the most important thing is he has a history of being as unreliable as Robin van Persie.

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Lol...Djourou still gets turned too easy, which when he seems to have lost the yard of pace he had is incredibly worrying. However the most important thing is he has a history of being as unreliable as Robin van Persie.
Would you like to dig the stats up on our performance with Jojo and Kos this year?JOJO DJOROUArsenal 4-1 Tottenham (carling cup)Arsenal 3-1 PartizanArsenal 2-1 BirminghamArsenal 5-1 ShaktharArsenal 1-2 ShaktharArsenal 3-0 Man CityArsenal 4-0 Newcastle (carling cup)Arsenal 2-0 WolverhamptonPossible Points - 18Achieved - 15KOSArsenal 1-1 LiverpoolArsenal 2-1 BlackburnArsenal 4-1 BoltonArsenal 6-0 BragaArsenal 1-1 SunderlandArsenal 2-3 West BromArsenal 4-1 Tottenham (carling cup)Arsenal 0-2 ChelseaArsenal 0-4 Newcastle (carling cup)Arsenal 0-1 NewcastleArsenal 1-0 West HamPossible Points - 27Achieved - 14WHAT YOU SAYING "MR ARSENAL" COME FAM, KNOCK THIS STATS YEHILL PROP U EVERY DAY UNTILL XMAS IF YOU CAN WORK YOUR LITTLE NUGGET BUTT OUT OF THIS
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just to reiterate to make clearthe 3 games weve lost in the league, chelsea, newc and wba djourou didnt playim glad kos is banned tbh we need to see jojo play more

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Wenger's last French CB who had an impressive career in Ligue 2, and one season in Ligue 1 before coming to Arsenal Pascal-Cygan.gif

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If you look at the individual performances this season.Koscielny has been better than Djourou.

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I could find stats that make Almunia & Denilson appear to be World beaters. Cut it out.

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find them then bro, we can all buss that old chestnut

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Manuel Almunia has one of the best clean sheet to games ratio in Arsenal's history. 66 from 161 games.Better than certain Arsenal "Legends".

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Denilson the best interceptor in the the Premier League, the most accurate passer, fifth best tackler and the fourth most fouled player (OPTA stats).

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This discussion is jokes. :D @ that Alumnia/clean sheet stat though...

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MOTHERf*ckINGSAYSUTTINAYO TFWANT ME TO UPDATE THE STATS FELLA, YA f*ck*ng LITTLE c*nt

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The decision to drop Djourou was sheer lunacy.

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So Johan plays a blinder against Everton, Laurent gets his 2nd red against Newcastle, Johan gets dropped yeah?f*ck off Wenger.

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So Johan plays a blinder against Everton, Laurent gets his 2nd red against Newcastle, Johan gets dropped yeah?f*ck off Wenger.
Trust,f*ck*ng stupid, the guy cant tackle, you see his foul on bale around 82nd minute, wtf mate aint that what u got S/O for few weeks agoWenger probably knows now Kos aint premierleague worthy, sell him in Jan if possibleNORDVIET was worthy of a CB role let alone KOS,I have more faith in NORD tbfh
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Arsène Wenger has revealed the reasons for in-form defender Johan Djourou being in and out of the Arsenal team.The centre-back has been one of the Gunners' most consistent performers at the back so far this season, but has often found himself behind the error-prone Laurent Koscielny.Wenger insists that he is pleased with Djourou's progress, but after a year out for the Swiss international, the boss believes he has to be cautious over his player's fitness.The manager explained: "He [Djourou] is doing very well. He has been out for a year and as you have noticed I have rotated him a little bit."The players know that from game to game we rotate and everybody will have to start in our squad."We do not want to lose him and a guy that has been out for a year you cannot play him three games a week. From the start of the season he has gone from strength to strength and today, in the difficult period when we had to defend in the air, he was dominant."He has not only shown dominance but also personality. That's why I am very happy. He came here as a midfielder and we transformed him into a centre back."Djourou came on as a substitute in the win over Fulham for Koscielny after the defender collided with Sebastien Squillaci.Wenger has now revealed his summer signing from Lorient will be out of action for an unspecified length of time, after suffering concussion.Wenger added: "[Koscielny has] concussion. I don't know what the medical people will say and how long he will not play."

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Djourou rock solid when coming on today.Djourou - Vermaleen *cums pants*

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