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Wilshere, Jack

Club: Arsenal
Position: MD
Nick Names: Wiltshire, Wiltshere, Wilshire


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  • Re: Injuries
    15 Apr 2014, 16:55

    Have 6 transfers left and will ditch Yaya and Sturridge and have half a mind to try to save sufficient on the transfers to accommodate Aguero, if possible. One possible option, if he plays tonight, is the Ox. Only Giroud, Cazorla and Rosicky have outscored him in the last 6 weeks and since returning from the injury which caused him to miss weeks 2 to 21 he has played every week (weeks 22 to 35) apart from one. I guess his place in the starting XI could be under threat from the returning Ozil and Wilshire.... que faire, que faire....
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  • Re: Super "6" season 3 2013/14
    15 Apr 2014, 16:49

    Toure had to go, even if only out for two weeks

    Mystery Super 6
    Mignolet
    Zabaleta :arrow: Nasri :arrow: Sterling :arrow: Toure :arrow: Ramsey
    Terry :arrow: Cahill
    Enrique :arrow: Sagna
    Gibbs
    Jones :arrow: Sigurdsson :arrow: Januzaj :arrow: Ox-Chamberlain
    Oscar
    Coutinho :arrow: Ramsey :arrow: Wilshere :arrow: Toure :arrow: Ozil :arrow: Nasri
    Navas :arrow: Ozil :arrow: Aguero :arrow: Sturridge :arrow: Hazard :arrow: Cazorla
    RVP :arrow: Suarez :arrow: Aguero :arrow: Suarez
    Lukaku :arrow: Welbeck :arrow: Giroud :arrow: Rooney :arrow: Giroud
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  • Re: Re:
    11 Apr 2014, 22:58

    Quick catch up on what I've done in this team

    Mystery Super 6
    Mignolet
    Zabaleta :arrow: Nasri :arrow: Sterling :arrow: Toure
    Terry :arrow: Cahill
    Enrique :arrow: Sagna
    Gibbs
    Jones :arrow: Sigurdsson :arrow: Januzaj :arrow: Ox-Chamberlain
    Oscar
    Coutinho :arrow: Ramsey :arrow: Wilshere :arrow: Toure :arrow: Ozil :arrow: Nasri
    Navas :arrow: Ozil :arrow: Aguero :arrow: Sturridge :arrow: Hazard :arrow: Cazorla
    RVP :arrow: Suarez :arrow: Aguero :arrow: Suarez
    Lukaku :arrow: Welbeck :arrow: Giroud :arrow: Rooney :arrow: Giroud
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  • Re: Is Sherwood's spurs makeover a flop?
    09 Apr 2014, 6:33

    The age is definitely to be considered;

    How many players at 22 are even regulars at top clubs let alone influential?
    Other similar(ish) players;

    Coutinho, Oscar, Wilshere

    Who else?
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  • Re: Consequences of Everton vs Arsenal game.
    07 Apr 2014, 12:39

    Tacalabala wrote:
    Red Eye wrote:
    blahblah wrote:
    But he won't, and has shown no indication of moving that way. Unless I am missing something.


    Exactly - he has needed to change for some time imo but he is utterly devoted to his principles and his players.

    Of course anything is possible, but what are the chances really?


    One of my Arsenal friends said that if Wenger left in the summer, and they ended up having a season like United have had with the new guy, that would be acceptable because, unlike United, Arsenal genuinely are a poor side with a few good players papering over the cracks.

    Thoughts? Certainly is a question as to who actually has the stronger squad, United or Arsenal.

    The general consensus on the fans blog site (which I agree with) is that we do have a decent squad quality wise with some really good youths coming through.
    The problem lies in the coaching and training methods, coupled with the rigid tactics.
    They look uninterested and lacking motivation.
    Ramsey aside which could be put down to shaking off his injury, how many of our players look to have improved their game over the past season?
    Koscielny & Rosicky.
    How many have not?
    Carzola, Theo, OAC, Gibbs, Wilshere and plenty more.
    Compare that with how much extra Rogers & Martinez are getting from their players.
    No one is going to come out and say it, yet, but Wenger is the culprit. Teams that finish the season with silverware or promotion are those that are prepared to give total commitment to the cause.
    We don't appear to be doing that, and Wenger appears to not know the reason why.
    He can point to attitude, mental strength and all the rest but the buck stops with the chap who selects, trains, and coaches those teams.
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  • Re: Consequences of Everton vs Arsenal game.
    07 Apr 2014, 12:29

    Tacalabala wrote:
    Red Eye wrote:
    blahblah wrote:
    But he won't, and has shown no indication of moving that way. Unless I am missing something.


    Exactly - he has needed to change for some time imo but he is utterly devoted to his principles and his players.

    Of course anything is possible, but what are the chances really?


    One of my Arsenal friends said that if Wenger left in the summer, and they ended up having a season like United have had with the new guy, that would be acceptable because, unlike United, Arsenal genuinely are a poor side with a few good players papering over the cracks.

    Thoughts? Certainly is a question as to who actually has the stronger squad, United or Arsenal.


    Hard to quantify/judge, especially as United are in process of transition with Vidic/Ferdinand/Evra. Think its probably quite even though United are more rounded/more horses for courses.

    Arsenal obvioiusly have some young gems like Wilshere/Ox/Ramsey that would make succeeding Wenger appealing for almost any Manager. I don't necessarily agree they'd suffer as they have room to go up the table, as did Everton. That wasn't possible for Moyes - he was taking over a group who had already won everything.
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  • Re: Consequences of Everton vs Arsenal game.
    07 Apr 2014, 6:12

    Yeah, both Liverpool and Arsenal are in need of strengthening at the back... But Liverpool's front 3/4 + Gerrard have been scoring for fun, whereas Giroud looks disinterested half the time and hasn't had the back-up since their injuries apart from the odd goal from Rosicky or Cazorla.

    1st choice back 4's might be up to scratch, but after that, both sides are going to be found out against any team with a hint of attacking nous (or implode all on their own if K. Toure's starting).

    Luckily for Liverpool, they just bomb forward and outscore the opposition, Arsenal aren't able to do likewise right now.

    Bit off topic - but what is with Arsenal and injuries?...

    Must have something to do with training methods or the hardness of the pitch at their training ground? - Not buying into Wenger's crap about hair regrowth meds...

    Been this way for years... RvP, Eduardo, Rosicky, Diaby, Arshavin (or was he just not bothered?), Gibbs, Wilshere, Ramsey, Vermalen, Walcott and now Ozil
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  • Re: Consequences of Everton vs Arsenal game.
    06 Apr 2014, 10:58

    blahblah wrote:
    Why Jan rather than the summer?


    We had not lost Walcott, Ramsey, Wiltshire, then :wink: probably only me thinks it, but if Walcott injury not happened do think it would be us at top or at worst couple of points of with a terrific run in.

    Yes Wenger should have pushed boat out for another striker last summer and at end of day its cost us big time, but its not only reason for our current problem.
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  • Re: It is so obvious even Joey Barton can see it
    04 Apr 2014, 12:17

    Potential or perceived potential?

    Agree that the environment shapes our players and their mentality - too much emphasis (and blame) is placed on the player as an individual. I see a bit of it with Jack Wilshere as well - trying to do too much, making stupid tackles etc. I don't think Xavi ever did that - charging about trying to be the hero is considered stupid in countries where they play football properly.

    Ronaldo always put the emphasis on skill and imagination - he just added the physique to give him an even greater vehicle through which to express it. Rooney was a great talent according to the British template of a footballer. Scholes was a great talent according to the more techincal/overseas template and, funnily enough, he was never lauded as much (in this country).
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  • Re: The Rounded Keeper - FPL Pubtalk & Matchday Banter 2013
    31 Mar 2014, 20:26

    Ironfist wrote:
    Neil D wrote:
    Le Red wrote:
    Achiles74 wrote:
    Lucas has come back from some very serious injuries so of course he will not be thrown straight back into the 1st team.

    Which is correct, that is also why Jack Wilshire is so injury prone, as soon as he is fit again Wenger throws him back into the 1st team only for him to get injured again.


    Bring him back to 1st team at your own peril. 28 pts out of 30 since he's been out. Why would you want to eff it up?


    He'll continue making appearances off the bench, he's played his part this season and helped earn a lot of points.

    I think the Chinese phrase for that is 'Utter codswallop'... interestingly enough when he did come into play today, Spurs experienced a mini-revival which almost cost Liverpool their CS. Whether you think he is good or not, the stats show a tremendous difference in Liverpool's fortunes when he plays, so as Le Red so accurately put it:
    Le Red wrote:
    Why would you want to eff it up?

    :)


    Nah, it's a fact, he played in lots of wins in the first half of this season. He'll have an important role to play off the bench in the next six games, especially if we want to hold a lead or bring a bit more control in the centre. Spurs didn't have a mini revival on Sunday, we just took our foot slightly off the gas and they had a couple of chances. I've not seen the stats you refer to, but over the last few years our win percentage has been higher with Lucas in the team. There are a lot of factors behind Liverpool's great run of form, the absence of Lucas could be seen as a factor but at most it's just one of many and it seems daft to pin it all on that.
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  • Re: The Rounded Keeper - FPL Pubtalk & Matchday Banter 2013
    30 Mar 2014, 18:24

    Neil D wrote:
    Le Red wrote:
    Achiles74 wrote:
    Lucas has come back from some very serious injuries so of course he will not be thrown straight back into the 1st team.

    Which is correct, that is also why Jack Wilshire is so injury prone, as soon as he is fit again Wenger throws him back into the 1st team only for him to get injured again.


    Bring him back to 1st team at your own peril. 28 pts out of 30 since he's been out. Why would you want to eff it up?


    He'll continue making appearances off the bench, he's played his part this season and helped earn a lot of points.

    I think the Chinese phrase for that is 'Utter codswallop'... interestingly enough when he did come into play today, Spurs experienced a mini-revival which almost cost Liverpool their CS. Whether you think he is good or not, the stats show a tremendous difference in Liverpool's fortunes when he plays, so as Le Red so accurately put it:
    Le Red wrote:
    Why would you want to eff it up?

    :)
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  • Re: The Rounded Keeper - FPL Pubtalk & Matchday Banter 2013
    30 Mar 2014, 17:59

    Le Red wrote:
    Achiles74 wrote:
    Lucas has come back from some very serious injuries so of course he will not be thrown straight back into the 1st team.

    Which is correct, that is also why Jack Wilshire is so injury prone, as soon as he is fit again Wenger throws him back into the 1st team only for him to get injured again.


    Bring him back to 1st team at your own peril. 28 pts out of 30 since he's been out. Why would you want to eff it up?


    He'll continue making appearances off the bench, he's played his part this season and helped earn a lot of points.
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  • Re: The Rounded Keeper - FPL Pubtalk & Matchday Banter 2013
    30 Mar 2014, 17:34

    Achiles74 wrote:
    Lucas has come back from some very serious injuries so of course he will not be thrown straight back into the 1st team.

    Which is correct, that is also why Jack Wilshire is so injury prone, as soon as he is fit again Wenger throws him back into the 1st team only for him to get injured again.


    Bring him back to 1st team at your own peril. 28 pts out of 30 since he's been out. Why would you want to eff it up?
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  • Re: The Rounded Keeper - FPL Pubtalk & Matchday Banter 2013
    30 Mar 2014, 17:29

    Lucas has come back from some very serious injuries so of course he will not be thrown straight back into the 1st team.

    Which is correct, that is also why Jack Wilshire is so injury prone, as soon as he is fit again Wenger throws him back into the 1st team only for him to get injured again.
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  • Re: The Egg Cup Championship 2013/14
    27 Mar 2014, 12:37

    Final changes.

    2 were made a couple of weeks ago without an update :oops: :roll:

    Szczesny
    Terry
    Evra
    Shaw
    Coleman
    Lallana
    Hazard
    Wilshere ( :arrow: Navas) :arrow: Barkley
    Suarez ( :arrow: Aguero)
    Adebayor :arrow: Sturridge
    Jelavic

    £48.7m
    0 left

    Barkley in for poor scoring Navas. Adebayor to Sturridge as a final throw of the dice.
    Lets see if I can survive in the Championship with my final lineup.

    I apologise for my lack of league updates this year. My heart has not been in TFF this season. Probably a little to do with the discovery of the FPL game.
    Will rectify this next season - I think my Egg team will be my only TFF entrant from now on.
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  • Re: arsenal again fight for fourth
    26 Mar 2014, 13:54

    Reading this from a post match article on the train this morning from a digital copy of the Times really puts the cherry on the (meltdown) cake.

    To compound matters, Wenger said afterwards that Aaron Ramsey has suffered a setback in his recovery from a calf problem, and was unable to provide comeback dates for Jack Wilshere, Laurent Koscielny or Mesut Özil, although such a spate of injuries has always looked like an accident waiting to happen given the manager’s decision to operate with a relatively small squad.

    But then it occurred to me, by going through the injury menu straight after the game is Wenger hoping this deflects a bit of flak? if so it failed.
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  • Re: arsenal again fight for fourth
    26 Mar 2014, 13:26

    murf wrote:
    Blaze wrote:
    The fact is that until Stan Kroenke pisses off we'll never spend the money that we need to actually improve. Instead we'll continue to loan and buy cheap squad players from foreign second divisions for anything less than £12 million.


    Ozil? Suarez bid? Statements about cash available?

    I think Wenger is too set it in his ways following relative success (if not trophies) in the years of supposed austerity at the club and can't adapt to the new scenario of 'speculate to accumulate' meaning squad not stadium. The whole point of investing in the new stadium is lost if you just hoard your money like Ken Dodd. Will be doubly so if they miss out on the Wenger Cup, their raison d'etre.


    This article sums up the situation quite nicely.

    I would like to clarify something that came up in a recent blog concerning the Emirates Stadium debt. There are a few fans on this site who believe that the stadium debt is what has been hindering Arsenal from buying world class, quality players. This is not true, and I will explain below. Please read carefully because those of us who actually do know the facts would hate to have to post this over and over again.

    The total debt of the construction of the Emirates Stadium is roughly 500 million pounds including add-ons. Arsenal signed an agreement to pay off this debt over a long term, roughly being 20-25m per annum. If this agreement was circumvented in any way, it would incur major penalties, a risk Arsenal were not willing to take and haven’t. Therefore, the target date for the completion of paying it off is around the year 2031. Initially, through investments from companies like the Granada Media Group buying a stake worth 47million (5% shares) at the time, on top of Arsenal making a profit from selling our best players AT THE TIME (Overmars, Petit) we were able to go ahead with the construction. Arsenal secured a £260 million loan from a group of banks led by the Royal Bank of Scotland in April 2003. The cost of building the stadium had risen by 100m pounds during that period, forcing them to issue a bond scheme online via the website which raised several million, courtesy of the fans.

    Through various endorsement deals from Nike and others, Arsenal were able to continue the construction of the stadium, pay off the annual debt, and still generate a profit. The continual hiking of ticket prices and player sales made this a possibility. It is public knowledge that this accumulated profit has amounted to 70-80m up until now. For the past few years, Arsenal has been making a profit. In 2010, Highbury Square had been fully paid off and began generating profit. Emirates and Puma have signed some really lucrative deals with Arsenal accumulating to 320m pounds.

    Ladies and gentlemen, contrary to what you have believed about the stadium debt, Arsenal have been in a good position to buy world class players over the last 2 or 3 years. Instead of buying 2 or 3 top players every year, which would have bolstered our squad tremendously, given us a good chance to win silverware, given our existing world class players a reason to stay (RVP, Fabregas), increase fan support and ultimately make even more revenue, Arsene decided to go the cheaper route by buying 6 or 7 cheap players most of whom have ended up as deadwood, all the while sucking the life out of the wage bill and generally having little or no contribution to our club.

    We had to get RAPED by Man United 8-2 in order for Wenger to make some sub par signings 2 seasons ago. Those signings included Arteta, Mertesacker, Gervinho, Park and Santos. Let’s be honest, Arteta is the only one of those worth 2 bob. People can argue about Mertesacker, but in my opinion he is too slow and only looks good when Koscielny is playing beside him. (Look what a 35 year old Drogba did a few days ago). Basically we have had 4 players earning roughly 60-70k a week for 2 years who were written off as deadwood after a couple of games. Do the math, that is a whole lot of money gone to waste. I would rather Wenger have bought Mata and Cahill/Samba for a few million more, still have them in the squad today kicking arse and winning us trophies, than have a bunch of deadwoods doing nothing but leeching off the wage bill. The same applies to Djourou, Squillaci, Diaby, Denilson, Bendtner and a whole bunch of other players who just have not come to the party. Wenger is making a massive gamble every time he buys an unknown player, especially now that we have sugar daddy clubs on the rise.

    We have a saying in my home country ‘Goedkoop is duurkoop.’ Meaning – YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR. 9/10 times, when you buy a big name, you get results. When buying unproven, cheap players the gamble is massive, and in our case, if they do end up becoming the next Henry, what do they do? THEY LEAVE ARSENAL, because of the very reasons I have mentioned above.

    What is even more worrying, is that if Arsenal fail to sign some big names soon and challenge for some silverware, we will have to say farewell to players like Cazorla, Kossie, Wilshere etc. It is time Wenger realizes he cannot keep giving us fans and players false hopes in pretending we are strong enough to challenge for titles with our current mediocre squad. The players and us fans need some kind of reassurance that silverware, or at least ambition to win silverware, is around the corner. It is public knowledge we have 70m to spend without repercussion. Arsene, please do yourself and us fans a favour AND SPEND IT ON TOP PLAYERS NOW!!! I would hate to write this article again same time, next year.
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  • Re: arsenal again fight for fourth
    26 Mar 2014, 8:28

    Hartson on R5 made an interesting point :shock:

    He reckons that Arsene did well to have that lot top for so long; and even 4th is an achievement because the squad isn't good or deep enough. (Well it makes a change from the choking\bottle debate.) I think he weighed into Arteta as not being good enough against the top sides, a lack of a top forward and mocked the Suarez Charade, the lack of pace....

    Walcott, Ramsey and Wilshere is a bit of a hit to be fair though - although Wilshere has struggled when playing with Ramsey imho.
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  • Re: The Rounded Keeper - FPL Pubtalk & Matchday Banter 2013
    22 Mar 2014, 18:23

    Neil D wrote:
    It was a great goal and a good hit but not a patch on some of the goals we've seen this season IMO, like Suarez against Norwich.

    Suárez against Norwich is a great shout, I recall a couple of his goals that night being goal of the season material. Sturridge scored a sublime chip at home to West Brom that could be a contender. And lets not forget Arsenal's amazing team goal finished off by Jack Wilshere, also against Norwich! :lol:

    Rooney's is definitely up there though. So many great goals, it's hard to say that one is definitively better than all the others, especially when you're comparing different types of goal. It's pretty subjective really.
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  • Re: Players recent form
    21 Mar 2014, 21:28

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    Westwood, Ashley   10
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    Redmond, Nathan   10
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    Fernandinho   8
    Taylor, Matthew   8
    Barkley, Ross   8
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    Allen, Joe   7
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    Fer, Leroy   7
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    Young, Ashley   5
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    Nzonzi, Steven   5
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    Canas, Jose   5
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    Nocerino, Antonio   5
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    Quinn, Stephen   4
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    Cabral   0
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    Sinclair, Scott   0
    Lamela, Erik   0
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    Giroud, Olivier   35
    Rodriguez, Jay   35
    Long, Shane   32
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    Rooney, Wayne   29
    Schurrle, Andre   27
    Bony, Wilfried   27
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    Crouch, Peter   22
    Anichebe, Victor   22
    Borini, Fabio   21
    Eto'o, Samuel   21
    Benteke, Christian   20
    Remy, Loic   20
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    Lukaku, Romelu   16
    Walters, Jon   16
    Soldado, Roberto   14
    Dzeko, Edin   12
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    Bent, Darren   11
    Ba, Demba   10
    Torres, Fernando   8
    Deulofeu, Gerard   8
    Vydra, Matej   8
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    Campbell, Fraizer   7
    Jovetic, Stevan   7
    Chamakh, Marouane   7
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    Weimann, Andreas   6
    Hooper, Gary   6
    de Jong, Luuk   6
    Carroll, Andy   5
    Murray, Glenn   5
    Traore, Lacina   5
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    Cisse, Papiss   0
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  • Re: OFL ISO 2013/14
    19 Mar 2014, 13:44

    Good going Mark, 6th o/a , I'm 12th and seem to be hovering around the 10th to 20th area, can't seem to break into the top 10. Probably because all the top teams are very similar.
    Lack of transfers could be our downfall. I'm not getting rid of Wiltshire just yet in the hope Ramsey comes back soon.
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  • Re: TFF Four Full Draft Game - Season Two
    18 Mar 2014, 18:49

    thebillfella wrote:
    Done:

    Speroni :arrow: De Gea
    Cahill :arrow: Terry
    Cazorla :arrow: Azpilicueta
    Wilshere :arrow: Coutinho
    Giroud :arrow: Toure


    Rest done:

    Walker :arrow: Smalling
    Zaha :arrow: Oxlade-Chamberlain
    Eriksen :arrow: Fernandinho
    Long :arrow: Remy

    2 transfers remaining
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  • Rosicky
    17 Mar 2014, 18:00

    I know he doesn't play many full 90mins these days and playing 2 games in a week might be asking alot but I think he's bound to feature in boths games during the DGW as Arsenals list of midfield injuries keeps getting longer and longer!!

    Ozil, Ramsey, Wilshere, Walcott all out & Ox flagged with calf injury, Rosicky may have to step up in the next couple of weeks.

    I needed to try and make some ground up in my ML so have gone for him in the DGW to try some thing different from the 2 guys ahead of me and make up some ground.

    It's either a bit of genius of a bit of madness.....who knows!!

    :lol:
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  • Re: Most interesting FPL statistic
    17 Mar 2014, 13:22

    Robin Write wrote:
    Multiple Scorgasms wrote:
    Robin Write wrote:
    With Ramsey, Walcott, Ozil and Wilshere out, is Rosicky a genuine temporary option for DGW31 at 5.5m?



    He is a good player but I would be concerned about his gametime. Also he does not get consistent points (just look at his history)

    Is 5.5 your max spend?


    No, I'm just thinking out loud. I could sell Lallana. I have no Arsenal coverage for DGW31 and was browsing.


    Having the same consideration myself. Have a free transfer to tinker with and could go Snodgrass :arrow: Rosicky for the DGW but would mean benching one of Terry, Ivanovic or Hazard. Not sure I like that idea or not.
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  • Re: Most interesting FPL statistic
    17 Mar 2014, 11:04

    Multiple Scorgasms wrote:
    Robin Write wrote:
    With Ramsey, Walcott, Ozil and Wilshere out, is Rosicky a genuine temporary option for DGW31 at 5.5m?



    He is a good player but I would be concerned about his gametime. Also he does not get consistent points (just look at his history)

    Is 5.5 your max spend?


    No, I'm just thinking out loud. I could sell Lallana. I have no Arsenal coverage for DGW31 and was browsing.
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  • Re: Most interesting FPL statistic
    17 Mar 2014, 7:40

    Robin Write wrote:
    With Ramsey, Walcott, Ozil and Wilshere out, is Rosicky a genuine temporary option for DGW31 at 5.5m?



    He is a good player but I would be concerned about his gametime. Also he does not get consistent points (just look at his history)

    Is 5.5 your max spend?
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  • Re: Most interesting FPL statistic
    17 Mar 2014, 1:19

    Robin Write wrote:
    With Ramsey, Walcott, Ozil and Wilshere out, is Rosicky a genuine temporary option for DGW31 at 5.5m?


    Depends on what part of your team needs prioritising i guess. But ask me if i'd rather have mata or rosicky and 4m+ spondooleys, I know what side i'm coming down on.
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  • Re: TFF Four Full Draft Game - Season Two
    16 Mar 2014, 21:27

    Done:

    Speroni :arrow: De Gea
    Cahill :arrow: Terry
    Cazorla :arrow: Azpilicueta
    Wilshere :arrow: Coutinho
    Giroud :arrow: Toure
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  • Re: Most interesting FPL statistic
    16 Mar 2014, 20:50

    With Ramsey, Walcott, Ozil and Wilshere out, is Rosicky a genuine temporary option for DGW31 at 5.5m?
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  • Re: TW4 ins & outs
    16 Mar 2014, 15:42

    oxlade might be popular this window with wilshere out and ramsay struggling for fitness
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  • Re: GW 30 Transfers - Deadline: Sat 15 March 2014 @ 11:30 GM
    13 Mar 2014, 23:41

    Two freebies. I didn't plan this, but I am tempted to use just one and take out Wilshere for Oxlade-Chamberlain. I have been very impressed with him everytime I have seen him play in recent weeks. At least he has the ability to rip this Spurs team to shreds.
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  • Re: TFF chit chat 8th and 9th March
    09 Mar 2014, 12:53

    junglejim wrote:
    i wonder if putting in Curtis Davies for Baines is madness , save 2 million and he only has 10 points left and the extra fa cup game today, then wilshere to aguero


    not really... i did a similar move to dump Baines as he was been annoying me plus was the only way to get my other changes
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  • Re: TFF chit chat 8th and 9th March
    09 Mar 2014, 12:50

    bigbaddod wrote:
    junglejim wrote:
    I think its pretty ok judging by the rules

    sorry meant to say...

    i wonder if putting in Curtis Davies for Baines is madness , save 2 million and he only has 10 points LESS and the extra fa cup game today, then wilshere to aguero

    I wonder who best midfielder under 4.2 mill is to put in today too!?


    Nasri 3.7


    Only a technicality but Everton do have a league game in hand on Hull.....
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  • Re: TFF chit chat 8th and 9th March
    09 Mar 2014, 12:39

    junglejim wrote:
    I think its pretty ok judging by the rules

    sorry meant to say...

    i wonder if putting in Curtis Davies for Baines is madness , save 2 million and he only has 10 points LESS and the extra fa cup game today, then wilshere to aguero

    I wonder who best midfielder under 4.2 mill is to put in today too!?


    Nasri 3.7
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  • Re: TFF chit chat 8th and 9th March
    09 Mar 2014, 12:33

    I think its pretty ok judging by the rules

    sorry meant to say...

    i wonder if putting in Curtis Davies for Baines is madness , save 2 million and he only has 10 points LESS and the extra fa cup game today, then wilshere to aguero

    I wonder who best midfielder under 4.2 mill is to put in today too!?
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