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Sol Is Exactly What We Need.

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Evening Gooners!

I don't know the general opinion of everybody this evening, but I am delighted to have Sol.

Why am I delighted to have an ageing defender in the team I hear you say?

Well, I'm delighted due to him being an invincible. I think he can be vital in those games such as Everton, where him being a seasoned pro, might shout, for example, at Nasri halfway through the game demanding a bit more from him. (Not that I have anything agaist Samir, as is evident with my username, just an example.

I think a seasoned head is what we need amongst a young squad aiming for the title. I don't expect or particularly wanting him playing every game (which he wouldn't). But what a player to have on the bench? One of the invincibles!!

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posted Jan 15, 2010

Let's be completely honest here ... Campbell thought that Notts County was a cushy deal until he actually realised that he was going to have to play a lot of football in conditions that were far lower than what he was used to at Premier League clubs. Now he's signed for a club where unless something bad happens to the established players, he isn't going to have to play very many games.

Campbell goes where the s are.

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posted Jan 15, 2010

this is a discussion for gooners only! the rest of you eff off! NOOOOOOOBODY GIVES A flying spoon what you think or what Sol will or wont do-we like him, we bought him, with our money,he will wear our shirt, he will defend our team and thats that. now go have relations with yourselves you furry big bumpkins.

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comment by The TM (U13650128)

posted Jan 15, 2010

Win-Win situation this is.
We get Sol, Sol gets us, and the Premiership comes to the Emirates. How's that?

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comment by The TM (U13650128)

posted Jan 15, 2010

Way to go Suuuuuuuuuuuweeeeeeeeeeee. Tell them as it is. They should go to their own blogs about their own useless clubs....

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posted Jan 15, 2010

really funny how fans of other teams tell us who we should or shouldnt be buying-Sols our boy-he could have chosen other teams and they would Love It! but the Love is ours, the boy has come to us. now if you dont support arsenal why are you here? dont answer-foolsville is that way.

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posted Jan 15, 2010

is this the same sol that walked out on you at half time? and then negociated his release for a Foreign club ???

Pompey fans can tell you the memory plays tricks

shame he's returned to show you that time doesnt stand still



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posted Jan 15, 2010

welcome back from the convention. did they give you helmets to stop you from walking into walls. just in case you havent noticed-no-one cares what you think.

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posted Jan 15, 2010

Suuuuweeeeeeeeee what is wrong with you??!! People are more than entitled to give their opinions whether they are an Arsenal fan or not! I'm a United fan and personally think it's a good signing! If you want to chat to Arsenal fans only, why don't you go on an Arsenal club forum. 606 is for everyone to give whatever opinion they have. For god sakes stop throwing your toys out of your pram and grow up!!!

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posted Jan 17, 2010

@DiabyFan: lets wait and see...
As long as it a 6 month deal that's fine.

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posted Jan 17, 2010

@DiabyFan: and by the way, first learn your English, some of your sentences are not understandable... And no need to SHOUT. Finally what kind of contribution did you do there? You might say I'm wrong, I don't say I'm right. I'm just giving my opinions. You Fascist.

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