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Miyaichi set for Arsenal debut

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Wow, Wenger's really desperate for talent. Unfortunately for him Miyaichi isn't going to do much to fill the void left by all the talent that's recently fled the Emirates Stadium...

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Miyaichi is a talented player. I am sure he will do well with his incredible speed and skills

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The kid didn't get a start tonight in a team that was embarrassed at home 2-0 to Liverpool. Wenger has lost his marbles, and all his good players want out - I'm wondering if Miyachi has signed for the right club. Arsenal is on the slide, and generally Japanese players don't suit the English football style. I hope he gets a crack at the first team at some stage though, the EPL is the only league I watch.

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To all of you outside UK who want to follow a proper club join the red and blue army. Hull 0 Palace 1 Fourth in league.

Onwards and upwards without any fancy pants foreign stars.

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As they say, Liverpool converted millions of pounds into questionable midfielders while Arsenal was busy converting millions of midfielders into questionable pounds, haha.

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his speed is quite quick to overtake other guys. I think his style is little bit similar to Christiarno Ronald so he should practice to get an ability which is like Chritiano Ronald

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@Steve

Onwards and upwards without any fancy pants foreign stars.

In fact, without any stars at all to be honest. Maybe you could persuade Miyamichi to play for Palace; I'm sure your long history of winning trophies and your pretty, pretty Barcelona wanna-be strip would tempt him ;)

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lucabasi; I support my team because that was the area i was born and lived half my life, i care not fro trophies which is a lucky thing. No stars? We signed 6 internationals in the last 3 months, 4 of which played in the last world cup.

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@Steve

Respect for your attitude towards trophies. As a Coventry fan I have the same attitude. Although it looks like we might be League 1 champions next season :)

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lucabrasi;: I noticed Coventry are having poor form this season. Do they have cash problems or something. One of my best i do each Saturday is triple multiples ,Coventry to win at Middlesbrough is one this week. last week i bet 3 Quid at 40-1 for Palace/Chelsea and QPR wins. If my betting luck continues you may get a nice away win.

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Well, Steve, if your betting success continues on Saturday, I'll be as happy as you. But Boro away strikes me as a tall order.... And no, there aren't any special cash problems this season...it's the usual lack of supporters and interest in the club. Not problems at Palace, I suppose.

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Simce we got Freedman in and with the new owners things are looking a lot better. They have lots of now progammes getting involved with the community. Also have match special prices. Tomorrow Carling cup match is Fiver for concessions and Tenner for adults. For once we don't have a nutcase as an owner.

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For once we don't have a nutcase as an owner.

Yep. That always helps. It's not so much the owners at Coventry, but the managers...we're on our sixteenth since 2000!

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All readers back on topic please. The subject is Miyaichi.

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