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Apparently he's pulled a sickie for a further one month having just returned from injury treatment table at Carrington.
Looks like a 1 season wonder for Man U injury-wise........... rotten lucky eh!
Shrek would have to carry the can on his own.......
If he was half as good as Walcott today, we'd have beaten City away... his poor finishing in the final third cost us the game coupled with uncharacteristic poor play by some of us players, Wlshere anyone? Sagna can be forgiven for being ring rusty, but what's the excuse for others.... Disappointed that we made City looked deadly...they ain't.
Comical Ali more like....... what a dunce!
"Saturday’s match in Manchester was also unusual in that it could have gone another way had Arsenal not been on the wrong end of a trio of dubious offside calls, a trio of poor Olivier Giroud misses, and a rejected penalty appeal when Pablo Zabaleta handled in the box at 3-1 – although it did seem accidental, those are often given."
By Eurosport | Pitchside Europe
What game were you watching, Rikki? Surely not the above game, and I won't be surprised if you had your dunce hat on during the game, mid-table fodder.
- MCMXCIX MCMXCIX Dec 16, 2013 12:05 Flag
Bayern Munich 3-3 Arsenal ...... As you can see there was nothing to separate the two sides last time around. The eventual European Champions (Bayern) went through on AWAY goals aggregate, JUST!
Oh, and that was when Arsenal were very poor in defending last season, and no Ozil and Flamini in the side, and no revitalised Ramsey. The EPL league LEADERS are a different kettle of fish this season as their strong league position shows and a better side all round than the team Bayern edged on the away goal rules.
Yes, Bayern are the clear favourites to go through but favourites don't always win football matches as Galatasaray demonstrated in their win against Juve. Write Arsenal off at your peril, Rikki.
- MCMXCIX MCMXCIX Dec 16, 2013 13:56 Flag
We have 2 months ahead before the first leg of the Round of 16 matches between the English Premier League LEADERS and the Bundesliga League leaders, anything could happen between now and then. Who knows for sure the sort of side Bayern would be fielding against the league LEADERS, Rikk? Nobody knows if Robben would be available or still crocked for the Germans in that match? We don't know if Ribery would be available for them. The message I'm trying to convey to you is it's way too early to nail your colours to the mast. There are too many things we don't know just yet which could impact match: injuries, lack of form, etc, etc.
- MCMXCIX MCMXCIX Dec 17, 2013 10:07 Flag
Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng admitted: "They're the toughest opponents we could have had. They'll be totally up for it after what happened last year. Both matches will be very intense."
Hey 'virus-mad Rikki, take note son!
- MCMXCIX MCMXCIX Dec 17, 2013 13:08 Flag
'mind games' my @r5e, Rikki!
You have nothing to back that 5hyte up as you're not privy to his innermost thoughts.
Unless you have a valid logical explanation to prove that Boateng didn't mean it as reported by the media, your mind games theory is a fanciful notion.
But WHY do you care about the Premier League LEADERS' CL qualification chances so much? Haven't you got enough to contend with already, e.g. Spud being a shyte team this season and your pathetic average ManUre side still below them in the league table? He he!
Whatever happens in the ties between Bayern and Arsenal, I can guarantee you now that we will be back in the CL competition next season, you can't say the same about your AVERAGE #$%$ side can you Rikki?
- MCMXCIX by MCMXCIX Dec 17, 2013 22:27 Flag
Over 120 minutes, a fantastic performance and well deserved win by the Wearsiders.
They need to start picking up points especially at home for their league survival sharpish.
Well done Sunderland and Poyet
- MCMXCIX MCMXCIX Dec 18, 2013 13:11 Flag
Hey Rikki, isn't it time you sling yer hook for good as clearly everyone on this forum detest you.
Surely you're not too thick to know that you're held in contempt by all the regular board users on here. You don't discuss footie per se, you only come here to post your incessant filth and try and wind-up the regulars.
Could there be a more despicable person on earth than this piece of trash known as Rikki?...... Rhetorical question btw, we all know the answer to that.
- MCMXCIX MCMXCIX Dec 19, 2013 13:17 Flag
I'm not a Giroud fan either, and I think you would struggle to find any Arsenal fan who believes that he's our long-term solution in the striking department.
I think Wenger sees Giroud as a stopgap measure until we find adequate replacement. Giroud can hold his own against the lesser sides, but sadly he isn't the sort of strikers who can make all the difference in tight games against the big guns as we have seen thus far.
- MCMXCIX MCMXCIX Dec 19, 2013 13:33 Flag
"If you looked at most of our players you would of find the same sort of thing."
Is that why your beloved ManUre are 9th in the table below the Spud
This season's title race is shaping up to be the best title race in recent seasons mainly due to the improved tactical quality of teams like Swansea, Southampton, Cardiff, Newcastle and Everton. Many lower placed sides in the division are now willing to take greater risks in games by having their full backs push high up and pressed the top sides unlike before, and this newly found confidence in their own abilities have been richly rewarded.
Whichever of Arsenal, Chelsea, Man City and Liverpool win it this season, they would have done so DESERVEDLY, I HOPE for our sake that it's Arsenal who come up trumps in May 2014.
'Regardless of whether it is a player wearing a Man U shirt, or that of the Nags Head in the 4th division of the Trumptonshire League, diving on the football pitch is WRONG. Yes players should be protected from tackles which could cause serious injury, but trying to gain an unfair advantage or get an opponent cautioned is not "gamesmanship", it is CHEATING. But, since most professional teams nowadays are owned by businessmen, it is no longer a sport and fair play is a (costly) luxury which such businessmen will not allow to get in the way of their profits.
Fourth officials should have access to action replays and if they identify a blatant dive, and I will use Januzaj as an example after yesterday's impression of Tom Daley, the offender should be given an immediate red card. Two such red cards in one season should result in an automatic 10 match ban. If two players from the same club get bans for this offence in one season, the club should be deducted 3 points and fined the equivalent of the wage bill for the starting 11 on the week that the 2nd ban was accrued. Only by severe punishments for both player and club is this particular form of cheating ever likely to be curtailed. Given the influence and power of money men like the Glazers, Randy Lerner, Roman Abramovitch and Vincent Tan, no such action is ever going to be forthcoming and so the cheating will continue.'
- MCMXCIX MCMXCIX Dec 23, 2013 13:50 Flag
"and so the cheating will continue."...........
You got what you wanted in the end - Carry on cheating you immoral pr(a)t!
- MCMXCIX MCMXCIX Dec 23, 2013 14:54 Flag
It wasn't a foul or a penalty, Rikk.
It was a dive by JanuCheat, he was very lucky to not get yellow carded for his pathetic dive in the penalty box..