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Arsenal’s Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain Could Miss Up To Six Months With a Serious Knee Injury: Nightly Soccer Report

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2 Responses to Arsenal’s Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain Could Miss Up To Six Months With a Serious Knee Injury: Nightly Soccer Report

  1. Balboa75 says:

    There will be plenty of blame going around on Wenger and lack of signings, but the true focus of the ars/villa match is that the ref lost control.

    • Zach says:

      The ref had control but he was calling a tight game on Arsenal.

      A team with great players would not have a problem winning a game even when all the calls go against them because they have the talent to overcome the challenge. Yes it sucks the ref took control but it happens and it is not an excuse for losing.

      As an Arsenal fan, the most frustrating part for me is Arsenal don’t currently have the talent to overcome a bad ref and there is no desire for Arsenal to get the talent needed to win.

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