Twayka said:i dont care really, its the result, as i said, teams fight against us harder than any other team, each team plays us as if they have a point 2 prove.
:thmbup:the result and the show are both important. its not arsenal if they're winning without entertainment...that's why my bloods prefer the Arsenal than the blues, or whatever it callss..bla bla...Jern Lizardhous said:the result is the most important, but we are the Arsenal, we are used to seeing a SHOW, come on the boys :cap:
khimik said:Chelsea's next three premiership games are tough, tough games. Saturday they're at Anfield against an in form Liverpool side, three days later they entertain fifth placed Middlesbrough at Stamford Bridge. and I highly, highly doubt they will win BOTH of these games.
Then they've got a tough trip to White Hart Lane - only just three days after playing Manchester United in the Carling Cup. Mourinho is far too egotistical to rest players and play a real 'b' team like the mancs will, so that's another ninety minutes for Lampard, Terry et al to waste away stupidly.
So basically, this is a golden opportunity to get a run of wins together and close that gap on chelsea because i guarantee they will drop a few points in the next three games.
OUR next three games are against Charlton, Man City and Bolton - we should win them all really, including the tough trip to the Reebok Stadium which really could be a win, a draw or a loss such is the unpredictability of it.
And don't forget Chelsea still have to travel to places like Old Trafford, Anfield, and Goodison - while we've already gone to all those places, we have them all at Highbury when the season really heats up.