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    (Original post by Yawn-er)
    I like you.
    Back off, he's mine :teeth:
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    Lol.
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    (Original post by Isometrix)
    Consolation for Arsenal having lost RVP, Ashley Cole is out for 3 months...
    Poo is right. Personally I'd prefer to have go with Cheryl Cole whilst he was forced to watch.

    That might make up for things... :rolleyes:
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    The world class Ryan Giggs is out for a few weeks too. Title race certainly hotting up.
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    (Original post by JK_91)
    Hotting up? **** the injuries, after last night's results the race is all but over, they might as well give us the trophy now tbh.
    Complacent much?
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    (Original post by Hubert Poo)
    The factor of injuries is an important one to consider, admittedly. But it is not something to take any enjoyment from or even view entirely dispassionately.
    It's Cashley. I don't give a **** if he's injured. That doesn't mean I actively want him to get injured...it means what it means: I don't care if he's injured. There are probably 239498 injured players in the lower leagues right now that I don't care about too, and I doubt many others do.

    But, given that I don't care Cashley is injured...why could it be a consolation? Easy -- because it weakens Chelsea. I don't see what's so malicious about that. I want Chelsea to be weakened. Why? Because if we're to have any hope of clawing back the points deficit, we need them to drop points -- which they'll be more likely to do with a drop in quality in the team.


    Some of your recent comments regarding cheating make the above unsurprising but certainly tragic.
    I've used this example before and I'll use it again: If we had held on for 14 more mins in Paris, I wouldn't have cared at all that it was cheating (Eboue's dive) that landed us the European Cup. In fact, I'd be glad that Eboue did dive and win us the CL. And, quite frankly, I doubt any other gooner would think any differently...even if some choose not to admit it.
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    (Original post by RooKnight)
    I'm confused at your ridiculous Liverpool bias here. They have been dreadful all season. Capped off by a massive game against Unirea next Thursday, when was the last time a top four team played on a Thursday in the UEFA Cup/Europa League. Liverpool are a joke this season. You are 4th soon to be 5th, out of the Carling Cup, out of the league, out of the Champions League and out of the FA Cup. Average mid table season. Consider yourself top 4. DOn't make me laugh. It's the beginning of an Arsenal good run I think, we have dormant periods but then come back. 5 years without a trophy is nothing on what we've been through before.

    Before coming to a rival club's society, actually learn about football.
    Rofl never saw this post....

    Did you see the post I was originally replying to? My post was very much tongue-in-cheek, which makes your post ******* retarded.
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    (Original post by Overmars)
    It's Cashley. I don't give a **** if he's injured. That doesn't mean I actively want him to get injured...it means what it means: I don't care if he's injured. There are probably 239498 injured players in the lower leagues right now that I don't care about too, and I doubt many others do.

    But, given that I don't care Cashley is injured...why could it be a consolation? Easy -- because it weakens Chelsea. I don't see what's so malicious about that. I want Chelsea to be weakened. Why? Because if we're to have any hope of clawing back the points deficit, we need them to drop points -- which they'll be more likely to do with a drop in quality in the team.




    I've used this example before and I'll use it again: If we had held on for 14 more mins in Paris, I wouldn't have cared at all that it was cheating (Eboue's dive) that landed us the European Cup. In fact, I'd be glad that Eboue did dive and win us the CL. And, quite frankly, I doubt any other gooner would think any differently...even if some choose not to admit it.
    I'm always glad as long as Eboue is on the pitch! After all I only came to see Eboue.
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    (Original post by Overmars)
    It's Cashley. I don't give a **** if he's injured. That doesn't mean I actively want him to get injured...it means what it means: I don't care if he's injured. There are probably 239498 injured players in the lower leagues right now that I don't care about too, and I doubt many others do.

    But, given that I don't care Cashley is injured...why could it be a consolation? Easy -- because it weakens Chelsea. I don't see what's so malicious about that. I want Chelsea to be weakened. Why? Because if we're to have any hope of clawing back the points deficit, we need them to drop points -- which they'll be more likely to do with a drop in quality in the team.
    We won't be affected too much.

    Not with YURI ZHIRKOV THERE. Oh yeah. He'll gel with the rest of the squad, he'll get a run of games, and he will be stunning.

    You heard it here first.
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    (Original post by JK_91)
    Confident.

    In other news Arshie and Song are injured, ******* marvelous.

    Not so confident.

    :getmecoat:
    Personally, I'd say Song would be the bigger blow, though this could be typical Wenger and his injury talk. Weren't Nasri/Ramsey supposed to be out for three weeks and were back in less than ten days?

    I wouldn't be surprised to see RVP back in a few weeks time, tbpfh. Wenger is such a WUM.
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    By the looks of that article Song is the more doubtful one. I ****ing love Song. His hair, his 'I don't care' complexion, his real passion for the game... :love:
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    "Wenger is sure to be boosted by the return of Croatia forward Eduardo..."

    Not if he doesn't score goals. Although, it would be nice to see a 4-4-2 line up again of Bendtner and Eduardo. :coma:
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    Wenger is such a wum.
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    (Original post by JK_91)
    I'm not sure tbh, I only skimmed the article but I think it was saying they are doubts for the champions league game, both finished the game yesterday so their injuries, if they do indeed have them, can't be too serious.

    Wenger was on the WUM with the Nasri/Ramsey thing the other week, that was quite funny but wholly ineffectual. RVP is a very interesting thing as well, the Dutch medical team's initial assessment was that RVP would be back a lot quicker than we later confirmed, however the other week a new assessment, I think by the Dutch again seemed to be saying he'd be back by mid march. Whether or not Wenger knows he'll be back earlier than he initially was letting on or not I don't know, I wouldn't put it past him and would hope so but I do doubt we'll see a Van Persie close to his best this season.
    Actually Arsh was brought off for Walcott. :fyi:
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    (Original post by marcusmerehay)
    . . . his 'I don't care' complexion . . .:
    Anon or delete plz. People know me here!

    I have recently been told by several people at work (it's a sporting thing so I have to look good or else the shower becomes merry hell) that I look as if I don't care about my appearance. This has really hurt me. It has made me tired and weepy. I can't reply to texts or finish Call of Duty, which is just ******* ridiculous. I am all over the place. Can I do anything to improve things? Worst of all, someone said I look like Martin Skrtel and Dirk Kuyt having been thrown in the Fly machine. I was like, have I had my face panel beaten by Stevie Wonder? OMG.

    Please help TSR! I have a date next week and I want to make sure I **** them really hard!
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    (Original post by Hubert Poo)
    Anon or delete plz. People know me here!

    I have recently been told by several people at work (it's a sporting thing so I have to look good or else the shower becomes merry hell) that I look as if I don't care about my appearance. This has really hurt me. It has made me tired and weepy. I can't reply to texts or finish Call of Duty, which is just ******* ridiculous. I am all over the place. Can I do anything to improve things? Worst of all, someone said I look like Martin Skrtel and Dirk Kuyt having been thrown in the Fly machine. I was like, have I had my face panel beaten by Stevie Wonder? OMG.

    Please help TSR! I have a date next week and I want to make sure I **** them really hard!
    Hasn't Song been married with kids since he was 18 or something? It explains his desire to succeed on the pitch, for sure.

    EDIT: Indeed he has, maybe I should make him my specialist Mastermind subject or something...

    Song was born in Douala, Cameroon and lost his father at the age of three. Since then, his more famous cousin Rigobert Song has been like a second father and was a major influence in his nephew choosing football as a career. Alex Song wanted to give his children a good upbringing in life, which he claims eluded him; he married at the age of 18 and is now father to two children, the eldest being two-year-old Nolan.
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    (Original post by JK_91)
    Hotting up? **** the injuries, after last night's results the race is all but over, they might as well give us the trophy now tbh.
    That's beyond the pale, no?
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    Should fabregas move to barcelona?

    What are the arsenal fans views?
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    (Original post by cowsforsale)
    Should fabregas move to barcelona?

    What are the arsenal fans views?
    He would be a wonderful long term replacement for Xavi.
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    Oh not that ******** again.

    It's obviously such an important issue in many ways, but my is it tiresome.
 
 
 
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