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Arsenal VIDEOS: Watch Almunia’s horrific mistake plus Nasri’s superb goal

By Fab4.

Birmingham 1-1 Arsenal

Watch the goals from Arsenal’s draw against Birmingham today. Samir Nasri scored a lovely opener for Arsenal 10 minutes from time, but Almunia showed once again he is simply not good enough. palming a deflected Phillips effort into his own net in injury time. Mistakes like this will cost Arsenal the title.

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Full match report to come….

Has Almunia thrown away 2 vital points for Arsenal??? Leave you comments below……



  1. redsigmund

    March 27, 2010 at 5:59 pm

    Our failure to buy a decent keeper has cost us the title. He’s the worst keeper in the Prem. Why oh why didn’t Wenger buy a keeper. We’ve always known he’s not a number 1 keeper. Great keepers save you points, crap keepers cost you points. Simple

  2. Olu Omo

    March 27, 2010 at 6:18 pm

    I hope arsene wenger learns from this continuious error from his No 1 and keep his eyes open during summer to get a very decent keeper. Precious 2 point gone in a flash.

  3. tounsi

    March 27, 2010 at 6:56 pm

    we all know how horrible ALMUNIA ,Mannonea showed a great skills on the beginning of the season,but wenger and his stubbornness against our desire.another player we should blame,is Archavin,he should kill the game by scoring the golden opportinuty,he just know how to critisize his teamates ,he really horrible ,have any notice the chances that archavin missed in the 6 yard box against Porto and hull city ,and here we go again today ,he showed no commitment at all.he is so lazy ,never fight for the ball ,he think he is super star and untouchable in arsenal squad,fuck off,in his interview write off our chances of winning the EPL,because we dont have a world class striker but he should blame his ass,he should stay on the bench,im writing this while im watching jack welschere how his performing well against man u,he is away better than this fuckin archavin,sorry every body im so ,so mad and disappointed and i love arsenal to death ,and i wish them the best .

  4. Russ

    March 27, 2010 at 7:28 pm

    I’m still fucking fuming after this game. I also agree with #1 that I cant think of a worse goalkeeper in the Prem. Wasn’t he Osasuna or Celta Vigos 3rd choice keeper before we got him and he was always sent out on loan? How the fuck did we end up with him. Wenger please sign a decent keeper this summer.

    Walcott was poor today too and we should have killed the game off but as usual fucked about in front of goal at 1-0 instead of killing teams off.

    Fair play to Brum they are tough to beat at home. Utd Chelsea, City and Spurs couldnt beat them but I’m so dissapointed we threw 2 points and possibly the league title away today.

  5. MachIneGoonNEr

    March 27, 2010 at 8:30 pm

    That was a disgrace an absolute disgrace wtf was alumina doing in the goal he should have punch that away jesus christ that was just an awful goal to concede seriously i could do a better job that was just woeful seriously!!! how he is our first choice goalkeeper only god knows that!.

    On the positive note nasris goal we cooly taken and finished but seriously i mean if that goal beat us than our defence and goalkeeper especially should be asking themselves!.

  6. rob k

    March 27, 2010 at 9:30 pm

    has there ever even been a CPL top 8 team who has an uncapped goalkeeper?

  7. w12mcee

    March 27, 2010 at 9:40 pm

    probably be better off with Szczesny

  8. Ian

    March 27, 2010 at 10:17 pm

    Talk about spoiling the ship for a ha’p’orth of tar!!!! A decent goalie would have put us top by 4 or 5 points this season.

  9. AM

    March 27, 2010 at 11:21 pm

    I would pay for Almunia to sign for a shitty team like Southend United (No Offence Southend fans).

    I reckon i could afford it aswell, even though im not rich and have £50 in my bank account.

  10. moses

    March 28, 2010 at 8:14 am

    he is definately the worst all time goalie we’ve had. i pray he gets an injury to finish his career if that will save us from Wenger putting him in our posts

  11. Joseph Kutialo

    March 28, 2010 at 1:36 pm

    Although i dont like Aluminia for costly mistake he makes, we should not crucify him for the blunder. If he wouldn,t have saved the westham penalty may we would have dropped two or three points.
    We had 95minutes to kill the match, but walcott and Bendnt didnt utilize them in the first half, Asharvin should have scored atleast 2goals in the last 10 min but wasted the chance.
    Furthermore i question the mentality of Arsenal players, because as a possesive team,Gunners players should have ensured they dont lose the ball and just run down the clock by passing around the ball.
    However all is not lost, the dropped points can motivate the team to work hard and gather maximum points in the remaining matches.
    Any result between Manchester and Chelsea game next weeekend will give us a second opportunity, provided we get all the remaining points.

  12. Joseph Kutialo

    March 28, 2010 at 2:09 pm

    Aluminia’s blunders are costly, but he has also made some crucial saves like the Westham penalty which would have changed the game in favour of the Hammers.He should not be criticized alone.
    Arsenal should have killed the match, in the first half remember Walcot lost chance with only the keeper to beat and passive Bendnt he never tried to shoot.
    Asharvin should have scored 2 goals before the phillips goal but wasted them.
    As a possesive team i expected Arsenal players to run down the clock by passing the ball around instead of playing blind passes which gave Birmingham equalizing opportunity.
    The truth of the matter is that the mentality of some Arsenal players is questionable,most of them are not passionate during the most crucial moment, when defending in the last minutes,Only Vermaleen,Song,Fabregas, Clichy,Rosicky,Sol and Nasri as players who exhibit some zealousness in defending and attacking.

    However all is not lost the droped points can motivate the team to gather maximum points in the remaining matches, because any result of the next weekend clash between Manchester united and Chelsea can revive our slight chances of winning the coveted EPL trophy.
    Let us pray for a good result in next mouth watering clash with Bacelona.

  13. Dave

    March 28, 2010 at 2:12 pm

    Lets give credit to this current arsenal team, first we were written off at the very beginning of the season and now we are at the verge of doing something special. Yes we have not won anything yet but I am postive in a year or two we would be the envy of the premiership ………believe me if this team remains together it will surely happen. We have had not been able to finacially compete with the other clubs but Arsene’s business acumen and the clubs ethos has managed to keep us competitive and within touching distance with our rivals. Evidence and trends are pointing toward a tip in Arsenal’s favour in terms of balance of power for us to be dominant.
    I would not be really disappointed by the performance of some players but looking at where we are in the league shows the improvements they have made and that itself is an indication of that players are improving like Diaby, Song and Eboue. Players like Walcott could do more damage not just with pace but with skill and intelligence but I am sure Wenger knows what he wants and how good his players are. Guys just because we have had a blip does not mean we are a failure this season but there is something we should commend the Arsenal Ltd is that we are getting there.

  14. DrunkenHobo

    March 28, 2010 at 5:31 pm

    Nice elbow in the face by the Birmingham number 11 who is offside & interfiering with play by stoping Campbell beating Phillips to the ball. Your a great ref Mr. Howard Webb

  15. DrunkenHobo

    March 28, 2010 at 5:34 pm

    Sorry Sagna

  16. leffe

    March 28, 2010 at 5:40 pm

    OK Almunias goal..BUT if our “forwards” had made another score on their chances ..2-0 so…
    We have no Torres, no Rooney..
    So dont just blame Almunia.

  17. leffe

    March 28, 2010 at 6:10 pm

    The ref….”We lost 100-1″..It`s the ref to blame..
    It`s been so for 100 years and gonna be for 100 years moore..
    If it was`nt for the ref ..even Hull City should had 60 points by now..
    Yes. It`s the ref…:)

  18. petrearsenal

    March 29, 2010 at 4:37 am

    that’ the lesson for us…AW MUSt sign good keeper as No.1…sorry to say that Manuel Almunia is not good enough.
    he’s the worse arsenals keeper i’ve seen. even in Premier sad…so sorry to say again: poor : setpieces,, mentality, physical & poor spirit for the big games..AW..he s not good enough for the big team like arsenal..Aw please sign in..janskeilainen form bolton or marten stekalenberg from Ajax..Please dont play Almunia for Barca..manone is the siutable choice for the big game..mannone prove it tha u re the real no. 1…

  19. Kofi

    March 29, 2010 at 9:34 am

    I seem not to get it. Was the ref right not to award an offside? Lets grow up and speak up. Officiating is just favoring Manu. Silly Webb

  20. olajuninho

    March 29, 2010 at 5:26 pm

    webb is one of the foolish ref have seen so far in premiership and as for almunia,is just a pain in the ass,useless and not to rely on.wenger do something.

  21. mf

    March 29, 2010 at 9:20 pm

    Almunia is a terrible, terrible keeper..

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