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posted Oct 29, 2009
Calm Down <diva>You can't result to insults when your last post was complaining about them.Yes of course home advantage helped and it was a close game which could have gone either way.It was a brilliant game, fantastic goals and end to end stuff.But in the end, we scored more goals than you <ok>
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Oh right, so when I watched the game and saw the 2-1 result, I must have thought that you hadn't scored more goals than us?I mean what a stupid thing to say. What are you 11?I'm not resorting to insults. Pathetic, nonsensical posts deserve severe criticism.And for the record I'm not saying Arsenal didn't deserve to win. I'm just annoyed at the ludicrous comments about the match. A technical masterclass from Arsenal's kids it wastn't. Infact, even though it wasn't Arsenal's kids, thats the worst I've seen that Arsenal CC team play in the CC over the last 2 seasons at the Emirates. They're usually an outstanding side to watch, destroying teams of all levels. As it was players like Degen were very influential.Hope Arsenal go on to win it now.
Oh right, so when I watched the game and saw the 2-1 result, I must have thought that you hadn't scored more goals than us?I mean what a stupid thing to say. What are you 11?---------------Actually, you said all of that.You need to come down of your high horse mate. My point is that the game was so open and that there was such little difference between the teams, that the only difference was that we scored more goals than you.
It's the way you delivered it in such a smug manner. As if you were both proud of the fact you won and thought it was a really clever comment. I like Arsenal, and I like most of Arsenal's fans. But unfortunately, they will have their muggy contingent.
It's the way you delivered it in such a smug manner. As if you were both proud of the fact you won and thought it was a really clever comment.------------------It was meant as an illustration of the unpredictabilty of the game.You're reading your own interpretation into it and it's way off the mark.I've got a lot of respect for Liverpool and their fans. I think our clubs and our history are about on a par.We both have idiots who support our clubs, that's a byproduct of success <ok>
I'd say our clubs are on a par. Not our histories though. Modern-era Arsenal clearly have shown Liverpool how it's done, and with style as well. But 18 leagues and 5 European Cups is still a long way from being matched by Arsenal. If we can't win the league this season I'd love for Arsenal to do it, hopefully playing electric football. Still, I'll be hoping you do badly in the mean time as I want all our rivals to lose!As a football fan second, I love watching the 49 DVD. What a team.
I think Fergie may have been right about Wiley as he was obviously too slow to see Senderos playing basketball right under his nose.Game could have gone either way but the two Dutchmen are way off form. I can see Kuyt vanishing to the bench when more first team squad players get fit.
posted Oct 30, 2009
What a vile idiot you are. What a load of absolute rubbish I've just read. People who come on here to wind up opposition fans, you really need to get a life. If that is how you get your kicks, then your lives must be ultra-depressing. But I suppose thats the nature of most football fans, just goes to show how many grimmers there really are amongst us.________________________It wasnt me that wrote that..I was just commenting
Cracking game of football played in the right spirit (not a single booking...WOW) by 2 sides primarily comprised of reserve/youth/fringe players. Congrats to Arsenal, comiserations to our lads and thanks for a fantastic game of free-flowing football. Here's to a repeat of our performance by the first XI at the Cottage this weekend.<ok>
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