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    going to miss the start of this weekends game due to having to catch a train back to liverpool..

    Should get home at 3.30, and may catch the last 20 minutes if I am lucky..

    Gutted.. mostly because the last 2 times I have missed games due to being on a train was liverpool away, and chelsea away, from last season.. and we all knew what happened with those..

    Looks like its checking bbc text on my phone for most of it..
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    (Original post by fallen_acorns)
    going to miss the start of this weekends game due to having to catch a train back to liverpool..

    Should get home at 3.30, and may catch the last 20 minutes if I am lucky..

    Gutted.. mostly because the last 2 times I have missed games due to being on a train was liverpool away, and chelsea away, from last season.. and we all knew what happened with those..

    Looks like its checking bbc text on my phone for most of it..
    Stream it on your phone/laptop on the train?
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    (Original post by Stalin)
    Stream it on your phone/laptop on the train?
    phone is terrible, but I had not thought about laptop.. will see if the train has paid-wifi, as I would happily pay £2 or so to see the game..
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    Tim Sherwood said yesterday: "Players only call themselves No. 10s because they can't score goals". :confused:.


    (Original post by fallen_acorns)
    going to miss the start of this weekends game due to having to catch a train back to liverpool..

    Should get home at 3.30, and may catch the last 20 minutes if I am lucky..

    Gutted.. mostly because the last 2 times I have missed games due to being on a train was liverpool away, and chelsea away, from last season.. and we all knew what happened with those..

    Looks like its checking bbc text on my phone for most of it..
    Where about do you live? I live on Brownlow Hill if you've heard of it...
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    (Original post by Kruz)
    Tim Sherwood said yesterday: "Players only call themselves No. 10s because they can't score goals". :confused:.




    Where about do you live? I live on Brownlow Hill if you've heard of it...
    not actually in liverpool, but moved to birkenhead in wirral across the water a few months ago for my new job..

    Surrounded by liverpool fans everywhere..
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    (Original post by fallen_acorns)
    not actually in liverpool, but moved to birkenhead in wirral across the water a few months ago for my new job..

    Surrounded by liverpool fans everywhere..
    Oh right, yeah so many Liverpool and Everton fans. Everytime I go to a Liverpool pub and if they go goal down I have to celebrate inside.
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    (Original post by Kruz)
    Oh right, yeah so many Liverpool and Everton fans. Everytime I go to a Liverpool pub and if they go goal down I have to celebrate inside.
    Part of my job is working with teenagers, and its gotten to the point where I almost want liverpool to win each week.. just because after they have bad game, the kids are in such an awful mood, that it makes my life harder!
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    So will Fabregas get a hero's welcome at the Emirates if he inspires Chelsea to smash you lot at Stamford Bridge?

    I really want to see him score a goal against you lot just to see how he would react or even celebrate. I'd imagine if your fans gave him a lot of abuse he'd probably celebrate.
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    (Original post by WeOnlyLiveOnce)
    So will Fabregas get a hero's welcome at the Emirates if he inspires Chelsea to smash you lot at Stamford Bridge?

    I really want to see him score a goal against you lot just to see how he would react or even celebrate. I'd imagine if your fans gave him a lot of abuse he'd probably celebrate.
    Well firstly, he's not an Arsenal legend so he isn't deserving of a hero's welcome anyway. He forced his way out of the club back in 2011, let's not forget.

    He made his bed, now he has to lie in it, the originally anger and pain is from how he left, going to that lot will only add to it.

    All this rubbish he's been saying to almost appease us won't work, he can celebrate as much as he wants, but he won't even if he does get stick from our lot.


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    No chance is Fabregas getting a good reception from Arsenal fans tbh.

    If anything, for all the bull that certain fans post about 'classy fanbase' and 'marble halls', the large majority of Arsenal fans are the most bitter in the country, maybe Europe, when it comes to ex-players and taking the moral high-horse.

    Constantly booing players who have left over the years, as far back as 2006-2009 etc. Get over it. Yeah, every fanbase has it's nutcases, but even last night during the Spuds game by housemates were singing songs about Adebayor getting shot in Africa. They have a go at their old players always leaving for money etc, but always say crap like they're 'coming to the classiest club in the world' when they give new players higher wage contracts.
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    (Original post by WeOnlyLiveOnce)
    So will Fabregas get a hero's welcome at the Emirates if he inspires Chelsea to smash you lot at Stamford Bridge?

    I really want to see him score a goal against you lot just to see how he would react or even celebrate. I'd imagine if your fans gave him a lot of abuse he'd probably celebrate.
    I'll be staggered if he does celebrate tbh. Wenger is responsible for his entire career I don't think he's do it on a personal level to Wenger.
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    (Original post by The Shed End)
    No chance is Fabregas getting a good reception from Arsenal fans tbh.

    If anything, for all the bull that certain fans post about 'classy fanbase' and 'marble halls', the large majority of Arsenal fans are the most bitter in the country, maybe Europe, when it comes to ex-players and taking the moral high-horse.

    Constantly booing players who have left over the years, as far back as 2006-2009 etc. Get over it. Yeah, every fanbase has it's nutcases, but even last night during the Spuds game by housemates were singing songs about Adebayor getting shot in Africa. They have a go at their old players always leaving for money etc, but always say crap like they're 'coming to the classiest club in the world' when they give new players higher wage contracts.
    You seem to be confusing class and tradition. And the marble halls do exist!

    The whole class thing as about how the club go about their business, more often than not, we don't get involved seedy underhanded deals and whatnot.

    Some Arsenal fans feel we are holier than thou but as a fanbase we've never been classy, going back to the 80s when Stapleton was getting abuse for leaving us, but we have slightly more class than fans who make monkey gestures to opposition players or making gas noises when they play Spurs.

    I don't know why you are suggesting we aren't allowed to be annoyed with previous players. Adebayor ran the whole length of the pitch to give our fans stick after we suggested he moved for money (which he did) Nasri strung us along saying he would sign a new deal then naffed off and proceeded to **** our club off, he should expect to get some abuse back. Cesc went on strike to force a move away and paid some of his own cash to go, and RVP came out with that bloody statement and rubbish like "the little boy inside me screamed Man Utd"

    The Adebayot chant was out of order but how many years did Arsene have to deal with fans calling him a pedophile and what not? We sang that Adebayor song once at WHL and suddenly everyone was crying.

    It's not a matter of being bitter, but hurt. If you had teams systemically come in and dismantle your team taking you back to square one, you wouldn't be particularly happy.

    We don't boo Sagna, Clichy, Toure only the ones we feel did us wrong. Reality is, most players that fans of their former teams are upset with, will get stick, it's not exclusive to Arsenal, we just have more of our former players playing for teams we'd rather they didn't.

    Please stop all these sweeping statement about what we supposedly say.


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    (Original post by Peggles_*)
    You seem to be confusing class and tradition. And the marble halls do exist!

    The whole class thing as about how the club go about their business, more often than not, we don't get involved seedy underhanded deals and whatnot.

    Some Arsenal fans feel we are holier than thou but as a fanbase we've never been classy, going back to the 80s when Stapleton was getting abuse for leaving us, but we have slightly more class than fans who make monkey gestures to opposition players or making gas noises when we play Spurs.

    I don't know why you are suggesting we aren't allowed to be annoyed with previous players. Adebayor ran the whole length of the pitch to give our fans stick after we suggested he moved for money (which he did) Nasri strung us along saying he would sign a new deal then naffed off and proceeded to **** our club off, he should expect to get some abuse back. Cesc went on strike to force a move away and paid some of his own cash to go, and RVP came out with that bloody statement and rubbish like "the little boy inside me screamed Man Utd"

    The Adebayot chant was out of order but how many years did Arsene have to deal with fans calling him a pedophile and what not? We sang that Adebayor song once at WHL and suddenly everyone was crying.

    It's not a matter of being bitter, but hurt. If you had teams systemically come in and dismantle your team taking you back to square one, you wouldn't be particularly happy.

    We don't boo Sagna, Clichy, Toure only the ones we feel did us wrong.

    Please stop all these sweeping statement about what we supposedly say.


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    Herbert Chapman built the club in the 30's through paying to have your club promoted.

    You want me to not saying sweeping statements about your club? Don't say it about others then. Because one fan was think enough to think doing monkey gestures was ok that makes all Chelsea fans racist does it? And don't kid me, your fans have made gas noises against Spurs.

    The paedo chants? Taking that to heart? Jesus wept. Should probably have a go at Wenger more for allowing players to leave and doing nothing about replacing them, more than those who left tbh.
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    (Original post by The Shed End)
    No chance is Fabregas getting a good reception from Arsenal fans tbh.

    If anything, for all the bull that certain fans post about 'classy fanbase' and 'marble halls', the large majority of Arsenal fans are the most bitter in the country, maybe Europe, when it comes to ex-players and taking the moral high-horse.

    Constantly booing players who have left over the years, as far back as 2006-2009 etc. Get over it. Yeah, every fanbase has it's nutcases, but even last night during the Spuds game by housemates were singing songs about Adebayor getting shot in Africa. They have a go at their old players always leaving for money etc, but always say crap like they're 'coming to the classiest club in the world' when they give new players higher wage contracts.
    This a pretty stupid view tbf. Hate for Ex players when they move to rivals is pretty much universal throughout football.

    Tevez was booed by Utd fans whenever they got the chance
    Rooney received death threats over a possible move to City
    Gerrard received death threats over a possible move to Chelsea
    LFC fans treatment of Suarez during the summer of 2013
    Sol Campbell still gets abuse to this day from spurs fans smh
    Do you think Figo can ever show his face anywhere near Barcelona?
    Balotelli was booed and racially abused by Inter fans
    Paul Ince will never be welcomed at Upton park
    Fernando Torres booed by LFC fans at every opportunity
    Rooney booed at Utd 2013 title parade by Utd fans ffs
    Michael Owen booed on Anfield return
    Michael Owen booed on his return to Newcastle
    William Gallas booed by Chelsea fans
    Gotze booed by Dortmund fans despite their class

    These are just the ones off the top of my head. Football fans are bitter bunch, pretty silly to isolate it to only Arsenal fans.

    lol just lol



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    (Original post by WeOnlyLiveOnce)
    So will Fabregas get a hero's welcome at the Emirates if he inspires Chelsea to smash you lot at Stamford Bridge?

    I really want to see him score a goal against you lot just to see how he would react or even celebrate. I'd imagine if your fans gave him a lot of abuse he'd probably celebrate.
    Whether he celebrates or not is of no importance, in playing for Chelsea/Mourinho he has shown himself to be about as much of an Arsenal man as Glen Hoddle. Let the **** go and celebrate in front of their scum fans, he has nothing to do with us.

    If I was there I'd give the **** dogs abuse. I expect most will feel the same. I do hope one of our players snaps his ankle into a million pieces though.
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    (Original post by The Shed End)
    No chance is Fabregas getting a good reception from Arsenal fans tbh.

    If anything, for all the bull that certain fans post about 'classy fanbase' and 'marble halls', the large majority of Arsenal fans are the most bitter in the country, maybe Europe, when it comes to ex-players and taking the moral high-horse.

    Constantly booing players who have left over the years, as far back as 2006-2009 etc. Get over it. Yeah, every fanbase has it's nutcases, but even last night during the Spuds game by housemates were singing songs about Adebayor getting shot in Africa. They have a go at their old players always leaving for money etc, but always say crap like they're 'coming to the classiest club in the world' when they give new players higher wage contracts.
    We know a good man when we see one. Your Henry or your Bergkamp gets a statue, but when one little toerag runs off to play for the rentboys, he gets abuse. We have to hold our players to certain standards after all.

    It is quite amusing though since Cesc probably genuinely still thinks he's in with the Arsenal fans.

    Wonder how Cesc will feel when Mourinho tells him that Wenger is a ****, or whatever inane pep talk he'll give him pre match. :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Zürich)
    I do hope one of our players snaps his ankle into a million pieces though.
    Such class
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    (Original post by Juan Mata)
    Such class
    eh, at least I admit it. Most fans feel just the same. I'd see every player in the Chelsea squad in a wheelchair if that meant another point for the Arsenal.
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    I'd feel embarrassed for your lot if Fabregas got booed.
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    (Original post by WeOnlyLiveOnce)
    So will Fabregas get a hero's welcome at the Emirates if he inspires Chelsea to smash you lot at Stamford Bridge?
    Oh yeah I completely forgot about Fab, I'm praying to God he doesn't get booed when he comes. Worst case scenario would be if all the fans there had Zurich's attitude toward him. :closedeyes:

    (Original post by trrr)
    I'd feel embarrassed for your lot if Fabregas got booed.
    Thank you.

    I swear I'll just hang my head in shame.
 
 
 
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