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    Walcott played ok :unsure: It just seems like there's no-one to finish his crosses
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    (Original post by Hubert Poo)
    So let me get this right - Natty's upset I'm making love to someone else, alive or dead, T has threatened me with death, and I'm making Amii gag. :teehee:

    This soc ******* rules tbh. :sexface:
    No place like home, Poo. No place like home
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    (Original post by milkytea)
    Watching Motd? WHAT THE **** LMAO. "Nah, that was never a red card." - Lawro.

    Is he having a fvcking joke?? That tackle was awful, and if Rosicky moved away slightly from that challenge, it would have been another Ramsey injury.
    At full-speed, at the time, I thought it was a definite red.

    BUT having seen it again, I'm not so sure. Rosicky was very dramatic. I think we all thought he had broke his leg or something.

    The reaction of the Arsenal players got Henry sent off, I think. Particularly Sol.
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    ...and the fans. They were proper on the ref's back.
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    (Original post by Overmars)
    At full-speed, at the time, I thought it was a definite red.

    BUT having seen it again, I'm not so sure. Rosicky was very dramatic. I think we all thought he had broke his leg or something.

    The reaction of the Arsenal players got Henry sent off, I think. Particularly Sol.
    Admittedly on the dodgy stream I was watching, it could have looked worse than it was. Sorry for the big rant, haha.
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    Never a red card, though I can see why it was given. I winced when I saw it full-speed, and that's what the ref saw, but the slo-mo's showed it wasn't as bad as it looked and a yellow was enough. But as Overmars says Rosicky and the other players reactions played a big part as well.
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    (Original post by amii_G)
    ...and the fans. They were proper on the ref's back.
    As I said, I think everyone thought he'd broken his leg with the way he reacted.

    But yes...nice to see players and fans influencing referees.
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    Didn't we draw with Burnley this season? [email protected]"@"£@%@

    Those goals would've helped right about now.
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    Back for my generic short-stop during these looong Easter holidays.

    I found watching Soccer Saturday to be just like when I was watching the away game at Hull online, I somehow knew the goal was going to come and didn't mind when, as long as we got it.

    The virtue of patience strikes again, although we have a few very tough games coming up. I honestly think we can do it at Barça if we let the forwards have a free role like they did against Porto (Rosicky/Nasri/etc swapping over all the time).

    Song's back for the Spuds game too right?
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    (Original post by JK_91)
    Going to Turfmoor and winning is hard tbf, Utd lost there. I'm not sure if it still stands, in fact I highly doubt it, but Citeh was the only place Burnley had picked up points on the road for a long time after that 3-3 draw.
    Hmmmmm.
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    (Original post by Louis1991)
    VDS
    Rafael
    Neville
    Brown
    O'Shea
    Rio
    Vidic
    Hargreaves
    Anderson
    Giggs
    Rooney

    Edit- forgot Owen, probably some more as well

    All had significant time out. You're not the only ones with injuries
    Do the comparison for one season. Hargreaves has been out since eternity. Rooney, Giggs, Brown, Vidic and O'Shea got at least a dozen (good) games on the trot before they pulled a muscle or something (most are near the 30 age mark - not the case with Arsenal; Bendtner, Rosicky and Denilson played for 4 games max this season before they were out for at least a couple of weeks).
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    Our hero, he needs to get that hairstyle back.
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    (Original post by TheLouisVuittonDon)


    Our hero, he needs to get that hairstyle back.
    Ew, pornstar.
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    Oh I forgot about that!

    Tragic. Utterly tragic.
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    (Original post by TheLouisVuittonDon)


    Our hero, he needs to get that hairstyle back.
    What a truly tragic sight.
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    I think Arsenal has the highest amount of last minute supporters. :p:
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    Watching that match on Football First, I had obviously forgotten just how much of a **** Tony Gale is. ******* hell.

    He said nothing that wasn't laced in bile and cretinous fluid. ********.
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    (Original post by toby_ling)
    Do the comparison for one season. Hargreaves has been out since eternity. Rooney, Giggs, Brown, Vidic and O'Shea got at least a dozen (good) games on the trot before they pulled a muscle or something (most are near the 30 age mark - not the case with Arsenal; Bendtner, Rosicky and Denilson played for 4 games max this season before they were out for at least a couple of weeks).
    Hargreaves still counts as a player, yes? And Utd pay him, therefore he counts as a Utd player..... Oh dear, too many qualifiers to back up your point, if it can be called that. 'Young players, maturing....'

    Rooney's the only one you mentioned that has had a decent run, btw.
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vAX1U...eature=related

    I love Eboue :love:

    Needs more of him in that ad though :indiff:
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    (Original post by R-KAM)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vAX1U...eature=related

    I love Eboue :love:

    Needs more of him in that ad though :indiff:
    Cool ad. Can't see him being in any other team.
 
 
 
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