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    (Original post by MoMatrix)
    Carling Cup is a joke.
    So's your face
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    (Original post by Complex Simplicity)
    So's your face
    Arsenal claim to be a big club,fair enough you play decent enough football but you will never win anything serious and will always be a selling club.
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    (Original post by Economist)
    This week has been, he's been berated these last two days for making an off the cuff comment that won't even have been the worst comment of the evening after he's seen his side cheated out of a goal by an atrocious decision. Even if Rooney or Terry had said that in the circumstances i'd be on their side. Shameful of Moyes to mention it.

    Meanwhile bugger all has been made of the diabolical decision itself.

    FWIW he never spat at Ballack

    Cesc is no saint, he's a passionate player who's desperate to win but he's not the **** he's being made out to be. I mean talksport were questioning whether he was fit to lead and represent Arsenal yesterday, lol
    Dunno if its been raised yet but a few City fans thought it was Moyes doing SAF's dirty work by destabilising you. Now obviously I'm not putting this forward as concrete fact and the United fans will continue on with their usual self serving *******s but I reckon there could be something in it.
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    (Original post by MoMatrix)
    Arsenal claim to be a big club,fair enough you play decent enough football but you will never win anything serious and will always be a selling club.
    Like we sold Fabregas this season? Oh wait...
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    Anyone read this article on Sczeszny?

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/2...%28Football%29

    Shezza is an absolute nutter and I love it. Finally a true sucessor to Lehmann.
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    Is it just me, or is it starting to sound like David Moyes heard Fabregas say something like 'they must have paid the ref to get that decision' to someone, and is blowing it all out of proportion?

    At first he made it sound like he'd screamed something obscene at the ref, but seems to have back-pedalled on that dramatically, instead now saying that he implyed this or that but not directly to the ref and that that means he's saying Everton have done this. It's all very strange, but it's sounding more and more like Moyes was just trying to be a smart arse in his anger at losing, and he's really starting to look like a stupid ****.
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    (Original post by Psychotic546)
    Like we sold Fabregas this season? Oh wait...
    He'l probably go in June, and have his prime at Barcelona too.
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    (Original post by Psychotic546)
    Like we sold Fabregas this season? Oh wait...
    That move is inevitable.
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    Given the history between the player and the club and the club's current status, Cesc going to Barca would be a poor example to use to show we're a selling club, imo. If the players involved were the likes of Wilshere/Nasri you'd have a much better case.
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    (Original post by JK.)
    Given the history between the player and the club and the club's current status, Cesc going to Barca would be a poor example to use to show we're a selling club, imo. If the players involved were the likes of Wilshere/Nasri you'd have a much better case.
    Yeah, I probably should have realised this too. It shows that even though he has that connection, we can still keep him if they don't meet our terms.
    Anyway, most our players leave after their best and when we want them too (Henry, Viera for example).

    Can't see Jack ever playing for anyone but Arsenal. Just seems so wrong
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    "My dad got sent off for punching Roberto Mancini in the face."

    I love the Szczesny clan.
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    Good news. Denilson is also injured for tomorrow.

    That means Diaby is likely to make his 150th appearance for the club, as well as Clichy making his 250th.
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    (Original post by JK.)
    Given the history between the player and the club and the club's current status, Cesc going to Barca would be a poor example to use to show we're a selling club, imo. If the players involved were the likes of Wilshere/Nasri you'd have a much better case.
    Or Flamini Hleb and Henry..
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    (Original post by newlife)
    Or Flamini Hleb and Henry..
    I was tempted to mention both of these in the original post, but didn't. Henry may have gone on to win stuff at Barca, but he was never the player he once was for us, certainly not for long, nor was his affect on the team as a whole a positive one at that time, the team has to come before the individual and so it was his time to go. As for Hleb, look at how well he's done since leaving, do you really think that getting 13mil or whatever it was for him wasn't a very good deal for us, in hindsight?
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    http://www.mirrorfootball.co.uk/news...cle690591.html

    Is anyone really surprised? :facepalm2:
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    (Original post by marcusmerehay)
    http://www.mirrorfootball.co.uk/news...cle690591.html

    Is anyone really surprised? :facepalm2:
    LOL. Cant say i am.
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    Without Song/Denilson we won't have a DM today, which could be a problem. Wilshere, Cesc and Diaby will probably have to share the defensive duties together I reckon.
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    It's not that much of a problem given that Newcastle have no Andy Carroll any more and Ameobi is out, meaning they'll have to put Nile Ranger up front.

    The funny news clippings just keep increasing :mmm:

    "Liverpool owner John W Henry, has criticised Chelsea for their extravagant spending in the transfer window."
    Who paid how much for Carroll? :rofl3:
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    (Original post by marcusmerehay)
    http://www.mirrorfootball.co.uk/news...cle690591.html

    Is anyone really surprised? :facepalm2:
    No not really but good for him, rather that than the total opposite.
 
 
 
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