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    (Original post by Zürich)
    The Daily Mail have essentially decided that their's alot of profit in baiting Arsenal at each and every opportunity, that's obvious to anyone.

    Ludicrous article that was pre-written before the match.
    We need to Graham back involved, he knew how to handle those ****ers in the media. The anti-Arsenal agenda in the media is astounding.
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    All this criticism of Ozil is ****ing stupid.

    If you man think Ozil has been **** in his first season at Arsenal, and if you lot this he's been **** at the World Cup - then god help your respective teams when he fits in the premier league and begins to really play to the best of his ability.
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    (Original post by Pete_91)
    We need to Graham back involved, he knew how to handle those ****ers in the media. The anti-Arsenal agenda in the media is astounding.
    Aww somebody hit a nerve.

    I think the media is pro United-pro Liverpool btw. They seriously need to hop off their dicks man.
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    (Original post by jam278)
    Aww somebody hit a nerve.

    I think the media is pro United-pro Liverpool btw. They seriously need to hop off their dicks man.
    Scums lol
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    (Original post by jam278)
    Aww somebody hit a nerve.

    I think the media is pro United-pro Liverpool btw. They seriously need to hop off their dicks man.
    You agree with me though? The establishment bias in Sky (Liverpool) and BBC (United) was clear to see last season. Not saying the media love Chelsea (they love Jose though) but they ****ing hate us. Ozil wasn't getting any criticism until he came here, if he'd have joined any other club than Arsenal he'd be getting no criticism.
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    (Original post by jam278)
    Aww somebody hit a nerve.

    I think the media is pro United-pro Liverpool btw. They seriously need to hop off their dicks man.
    The media is just pro-North. They don't like us Southerners coming in and changing stuff.


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    (Original post by Pete_91)
    We need to Graham back involved, he knew how to handle those ****ers in the media. The anti-Arsenal agenda in the media is astounding.
    The good thing is that the agenda has become so blatantly obvious that it's starting to just drift into the background. Look how sensationalist the Mail is having to be about Arsenal to grab attention these days? When I first saw this article on twitter I genuinely thought it was a parody, which speaks volumes about it.

    Arsenal are a very very unpopular club with the media though.

    (Original post by jam278)
    Aww somebody hit a nerve.

    I think the media is pro United-pro Liverpool btw. They seriously need to hop off their dicks man.

    Mate, that article was released minutes after the FT whistle. The Daily Mail themselves gave Ozil a 6.5/10 so why on earth have they released this pre-written drivel?

    Nobody can deny that the Mail chat **** about Arsenal every week, just read a Durham column FFS
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    (Original post by Zürich)
    I'll call him out when he's poor, and he was at times in this tournament, but genuinely he was absolutely fine tonight.
    I watched him all game, and for the whole season. I honestly do not think he is worth £43m. £30m at the absolute max. Considering Cazorla was £18m, Ozil should realistically be valued at around £25m.
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    (Original post by Peggles_*)
    The media is just pro-North. They don't like us Southerners coming in and changing stuff.


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    The media is pro-big clubs
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    reckon i could defecate in to an envelope and send it to Dailymail and would still get hired.
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    (Original post by Pete_91)
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/wor...emi-final.html

    Right I've ****ing had it, what exactly has Ozil done that has resulted in some media witch hunt against him this past year?
    Terrible article, at least they could have got the very basic facts on the body of the article straight like the score of this match. 7-1, not "7-0"...
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    (Original post by C.Almasy)
    I watched him all game, and for the whole season. I honestly do not think he is worth £43m. £30m at the absolute max. Considering Cazorla was £18m, Ozil should realistically be valued at around £25m.
    Yes Ozil for £43m was a poor deal, but we all know he is capable of playing at that level and has years ahead of him.

    Ozil plays like a £25m player last season though, cant disagree with that.
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    (Original post by manchesterunited15)
    The media is pro-big clubs
    There is something about Arsenal that rubs people up the wrong way. Traditionally the only Southern club that mattered and Northerners dont like London...especially since Arsenal themselves are quite pretentious and arrogant.
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    (Original post by Pete_91)
    You agree with me though? The establishment bias in Sky (Liverpool) and BBC (United) was clear to see last season. Not saying the media love Chelsea (they love Jose though) but they ****ing hate us. Ozil wasn't getting any criticism until he came here, if he'd have joined any other club than Arsenal he'd be getting no criticism.
    There is an anti arsenal agenda. It is no longer fan paranoia because it exists.

    Adrian Durham is obsessed with us and him Daily Arsenal segment is tired and old. Yet he still persists with it despite saying he would get rid of it if we won a trophy.

    Years ago when Fergie stopped talking to the BBC, they were ruined. The BBC have been up United arse ever since then.

    Sky are okay, but big nose Thompson is just awful. The accent, the blinkers he has on, the delusion. As much as a love laughing at Merse, I'd much rather they had a Gooner who wasn't a recovered alcoholic.

    People were and still are waiting for Ozil to flop. Was our first big signing in donkeys and EVERYONE wanted it to go wrong. The obsession is quite funny at times!


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    (Original post by Peggles_*)
    There is an anti arsenal agenda. It is no longer fan paranoia because it exists.

    Adrian Durham is obsessed with us and him Daily Arsenal segment is tired and old. Yet he still persists with it despite saying he would get rid of it if we won a trophy.

    Years ago when Fergie stopped talking to the BBC, they were ruined. The BBC have been up United arse ever since then.

    Sky are okay, but big nose Thompson is just awful. The accent, the blinkers he has on, the delusion. As much as a love laughing at Merse, I'd much rather they had a Gooner who wasn't a recovered alcoholic.

    People were and still are waiting for Ozil to flop. Was our first big signing in donkeys and EVERYONE wanted it to go wrong. The obsession is quite funny at times!


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    What really surprised me was the Guardian's Football Weekly, which is generally very fair and balanced on all clubs, on their FA Cup final podcast immediately came out with the ''only the FA Cup'' stuff and mocked our trophy parade, which I was very disappointed in. Even they were set off by the sight of Arsenal doing well, it sets off some kind of madness in the brain with the British media...
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    The only thing that motivates the British press is money. Negative Arsenal healines sell papers
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    (Original post by Zürich)
    There is something about Arsenal that rubs people up the wrong way. Traditionally the only Southern club that mattered and Northerners dont like London...especially since Arsenal themselves are quite pretentious and arrogant.
    (Original post by Zürich)
    What really surprised me was the Guardian's Football Weekly, which is generally very fair and balanced on all clubs, on their FA Cup final podcast immediately came out with the ''only the FA Cup'' stuff and mocked our trophy parade, which I was very disappointed in. Even they were set off by the sight of Arsenal doing well, it sets off some kind of madness in the brain with the British media...
    People like records, and want to see them broken and getting bigger. So they were annoyed when you ended your trophyless streak.
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    Anyway, Wenger said on TV tonight that we've signed Alexis Sanchez. Fee reported to be £27m with £3m in add ons by most.

    Wonderful signing and fantastic value for money in this market imo
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    (Original post by sevchenko)
    The only thing that motivates the British press is money. Negative Arsenal healines sell papers
    It's easy to say this but seriously, why not target other big clubs as well? You'd have to search really hard to find anything negative about other teams players. Why isn't a similar article out targeting Oscar for example? There's definitely a massive anti-arsenal agenda that's rife throughout this country and isn't limited to the media.

    The Mirror released an article earlier this week already proclaiming our summer transfer dealing a failure AFTER it started to become clear that Alexis and Debuchy were on their way. Just waiting for articles saying that those players aren't up the scratch when they sign now.
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    Richard keys tried to bait Alexis transfer out of Arsene but he wouldn't take it

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