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    I am watching Cuttlefish ladyboys have sex :sexface:
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    Are you the one at the front or back JK?
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    Did you know 17 out of Rooney's 21 goals have been against opposition tenth or below? With 12 coming against Pompey, Hull and Wigan.

    Slightly overrated if you ask me!
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    (Original post by JK_91)


    (Dunno if it wouldn't come up for anyone else :dontknow:)

    There you go dear :console:
    Thank you!

    As to the bit in bold... :nothing:
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    (Original post by JK_91)


    (Dunno if it wouldn't come up for anyone else :dontknow:)

    There you go dear :console:
    That isn't actually Cesc though, is it...
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    The same kid who gets scared off celery?

    never is that him?!1
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    No chance, it looks like some filthy prisoner imitation. Some GEL wearing a facemask that says 1966 on it.

    Cesc would never!
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    True GEL... and a WUM to boot :sigh:
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    FML.

    Garth Crooks' 'squad' of 33 players of the week contains no Eboué, but it has Philip Neville.

    And he's listed Julien Faubert as a defender, when he's normally employed as a winger. :no:
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    (Original post by marcusmerehay)
    FML.

    Garth Crooks' 'squad' of 33 players of the week contains no Eboué, but it has Philip Neville.

    And he's listed Julien Faubert as a defender, when he's normally employed as a winger. :no:
    Screw him. Nobody appreciates Eboue like us. :rolleyes:

    Unbelievably not one single article on Cesc in Sport.es today. I'll give it until lunchtime until something is up there.
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    Forgot to comment, watched MOTD on saturday and was expecting Walcott to be his usual terrible self, but he actually seemed like he used his pace how it should be used (aka only doing a fall sprint when chasing after the ball not with it) lets hope he can keep it up and keep on improving. Oh and not sure if MOTD did not show any of hid bad moments lol.
    He has potential but if it still hasnt been shown by the end of the season he needs to go
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    (Original post by GunnerMT)
    Forgot to comment, watched MOTD on saturday and was expecting Walcott to be his usual terrible self, but he actually seemed like he used his pace how it should be used (aka only doing a fall sprint when chasing after the ball not with it) lets hope he can keep it up and keep on improving. Oh and not sure if MOTD did not show any of hid bad moments lol.
    He has potential but if it still hasnt been shown by the end of the season he needs to go
    MotD were completely biased towards Walcott on the basis that he's a GEL. IMO he was average at best. He had some good runs but his end product was abysmal. The crosses and shots were way off target. Eboue was far superior to Walcott making up for Walcott's poor end product whilst also defending well. Of course he is a dirty foreigner so he didn't get the praise he deserved. If you pick the right highlights you can make Tom Hundred-stone look like a good player.
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    (Original post by Michelin Man)
    MotD were completely biased towards Walcott on the basis that he's a GEL. IMO he was average at best. He had some good runs but his end product was abysmal. The crosses and shots were way off target. Eboue was far superior to Walcott making up for Walcott's poor end product whilst also defending well. Of course he is a dirty foreigner so he didn't get the praise he deserved. If you pick the right highlights you can make Tom Hundred-stone look like a good player.
    So true. But in terms of his recent performances it looked improved, although that isnt saying much.
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    (Original post by GunnerMT)
    So true. But in terms of his recent performances it looked improved, although that isnt saying much.
    Precisely. Like I've mentioned before I'm not sure if it's Walcott's poor play or our style not suiting him that is the problem. We don't play the running game anymore. It's all about the intricate passing and eye of the needle through balls. Think of the goals we score. Most are all tap ins or shots from inside the box. It's not necessarily a bad thing but it doesn't suit Walcott at all.
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    A bit harsh saying get rid of Walcott, surely? He's what? 21? Your style of play may not suit him but Wenger should be able to mould him to suit the tactics..... He made Henry the player he was [is sometimes]. Theo's also had a very rough time with injuries this season.
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    To be fair to Walcott I do actually feel sorry for him. So many times he gets himself into good positions where if the right ball was played, he'd have the opportunity to run at the defender, like when Fabregas played that pass at the weekend and he outpaced McCartney. But all we ever do is play short passes, even when there's a chance to set Walcott clear. Also when we should pass we never do, for example when Bendtner hit the bar at the weekend, Walcott was completely free behind him and the same happened with Arshavin and Walcott a few weeks ago where Arshavin went for the shot and missed. It's clear Walcott's been poor this season but we should be looking to use his pace a bit more.
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    (Original post by JK_91)
    Agreed, once the lad can get a string of games together he'll be alright, Lennon was failing to deliver end product up until this season but now (well, when he wasn't injured at least) he is a quality player, a bit more experience and judgement and Theo will be a lethal player who provides a completely different option when all else is failing.
    Maturity, generally, brings improved, consistent performances. They said similar things about Rooney, tbh, and look at him now.
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    (Original post by Arseblog)
    Let's face it, as a ref Graham Poll was a giant, smeggy knob who loved the limelight and wanted to be the centre of attention at all times. He was to refereeing what Jar Jar Binks was to Star Wars. A big annoying **** with a stupid voice and stupid head with a stupid mouth
    This
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    lol, just read Jeff Winter's column, it's like a battle for who can be the biggest ****
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    I had a dream about Eboue last night...
 
 
 
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