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Arsenal looked poor, Such a long way away from the team that was challenging every season.
That Arsenal is dead. I have some sympathy for Arteta, who doesn't stand a chance. I noticed Emery's Villareal took Chelsea to penalties in the UEFA supercup on Wednesday - following their Europa League win. I suspect he's having a bit of a chuckle to himself now. I think Arsenal's next two games are Chelsea and Man City.
 
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Citeh need Harry Kane more than Spurs

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Spurs were very good this afternoon. I warmed to Nuno a great deal during his tenure at Wolves, so hoping he does well as much as I care about the PL.

Kane has been a talisman. I worry about him moving to City - feels a case of a club 'collecting' players, which rarely works out well, and just feels antithetical to having Guardiola in charge. Not sure it works out for player or club in that instance.
 
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Lukaku off the mark for Chelsea today.
Such a handful. Chelsea looked really good with him up top. I thought Arsenal performed quite well as a team but there was a definite gulf in class between the two sides today. I feel for Arteta as the fan expectations seem a bit detached from the reality of where they stand as a club at the moment.
 

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Such a handful. Chelsea looked really good with him up top. I thought Arsenal performed quite well as a team but there was a definite gulf in class between the two sides today. I feel for Arteta as the fan expectations seem a bit detached from the reality of where they stand as a club at the moment.
Even though they've started well Spurs are in the same position as Arsenal, In that I mean a new stadium to pay for and probably not enough finance to really compete with the big boys, Arsenal are no longer a team to fear and they will struggle to get into any of the European competitions at the moment, North London might just end up with top half clubs.
 
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