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can Arsenal be caught?

Discussion in 'Football' started by Teeno, Apr 3, 2004.

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can Arsenal be caught?

  1. No, not a chance

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  2. Yes - By Chelsea

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  3. Yes - By Manure

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  4. To early to tell

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  1. Teeno

    Teeno New Member

    With 8 games left mathmaticay its still posible but is it realisticly?

    Chelsea are 7 points behind and Manure are 12 so it seems imposible for Manure to catch them but Chelsea will still beleive they can. Arsenal not losing ALL season will give them alot of donfidence but just one loss and Chelsea will be back in with a chance.

    Personally i think Arsenal have it all rapped up but what do you think?
     
  2. Petrescu

    Petrescu Member

    Still a chance now Chelsea are only 4 points behind and Arsenal have 4 games in 8 days ridiculous really. Ljungberg and Reyes are out for the Champions League game, if they mess that up then that could mean trouble for them.
     
  3. buzzer_b

    buzzer_b New Member

    Arsenal have won the league in my eyes. Cant really see Chelski catching them.
     
  4. Scowcroft

    Scowcroft New Member

    I can't see it happening - Arsneal to win by about 9 points.....
     
  5. Teeno

    Teeno New Member

    I forgot that Chelsea won today. So its only 4 points.

    Arsenal's catalogue of fixtures may catch up with them now.
     
  6. Billy Boy

    Billy Boy New Member

    That and the fact that they play City last game of the season. :lol: :wink:
     
  7. Ashov

    Ashov New Member

    Arsenal are gunna win the last 7 out of there last 8 games so they IMO yes theve won the league
     
  8. MKFox

    MKFox New Member

    losing yesterday could spur them on or really mess them up.
    If anyone does catch them i'd love it to be Chelsea.
     
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