Arsenal Message Board
- FABONGRASSS FABONGRASSS Oct 20, 2013 11:36 Flag
Am wondering which 'bulldog chewing a wasp' face looks funnier (and uglier), Rikkis, Hissy Chrissy, Eric, Wise one, Fergusons or RVPs.
Especially when they see the form Arsenal are in!!!
Oh one is MOST AMUSED I tell thee.
- Reply to OINK OINK! Nov 27, 2013 14:21FABONGRASSS FABONGRASSS Nov 27, 2013 17:05 Flag
Poor old Gary Glitter, funny how he never went on 'holiday' as often before Ferguson done a runner eh!?!
Tough game against a tough side, proven by the damage they have inflicted upon LESSER teams than OUR lot, you know, both dirty Mancunian clubs for example. Arsenal have again risen to the occasion and got the result needed, in style.
7 points clear at the TOP today Gooner men.
Ozil supplying goal opportunities for FUN, are you not most grateful to Spurs for enabling the better side of north London to purchase the BEST no. 10 in the world!?!? Lord it must GRATE somewhat huh!
Keep fighting Gooners.....all the way to May!!!
Much GLORIOUS love.
Yupp the 'White Pele' returns to spearhead the Arsenal attack tonight (or so it seems at 17:12 today) and though Nicklas is much derided by all and sundry I will go on record to say that I believe he could well turn a corner and realise his potential. IMO the Danish one with the self opinion rated at 12/10 has all the attributes to actually achieve the high standards he has already achieved, in his mind, in the future.
Only time will tell if the lad will ever come good however. Stranger things have happened after all.
That said, I've just seen a picture of Nicklas sporting a beard and a Robbie Savage style hair do.
What a complete #$%$ he looks.
Yupp, according to ManIOUs very own manager Ferguson winning the Pem last season was down to the form of the competition and NOT because of the quality of Uniteds squad!
Moyes has predicted even more BEATINGS like the one dished out by City.
Oh how one CHORTLES HEARTILY!!!
What....no 'Wise One'? No 'Hissy Chrissy'? No 'Rikki Glitter'? Ian??? 'Eric Cantona' perchance????
MUCH LOVE!!! MUCH LOVE INDEED!!!!
- FABONGRASSS FABONGRASSS Oct 30, 2013 19:56 Flag
The team certainly miss Flamini and Arteta and the loss will be felt even more with the fixture list serving up the toughest opponents. I don't fancy our chances without either of them playing.
- FABONGRASSS FABONGRASSS Nov 12, 2013 19:12 Flag
Hmmm...well, ex United star and Yahoo author Paul Parker seems to think along the same lines as me regarding this Arsenal team.
I would post a link but this latest s**t board incarnation won't allow it....
Dare you seek out Mr Parkers views yourself...?
- FABONGRASSS FABONGRASSS Nov 6, 2013 22:03 Flag
Superb result against one of the very best sides in Europe today. This win was built around the teams defensive capability, a much maligned side of Arsenals game, yet the same playing staff across the back shone through, yet again. Two of the best attacks in Europe silenced by the Arsenal lads in less than a week, and we didn't even need 'signing of the season' Flamini!!!
Confidence is key, as I have ALWAYS said.
And on we go......
Much is being written today about Arsenal and their win against Dortmund. Much is being written about the rearguard, about Arsene finally replacing the famous old guard. Praise is being dished out left right and centre, talk of the 'Best centre back pairing in the PL' and of their coming of age. Those who are lauding the 'big #$%$ german' and Koscielny today, poured scorn on those very same players in times gone past. the supposed new qualities of these players will no doubt be accredited to Steve Boulds coaching, and in part that is of course warranted.
I however believe that Mertesaker has always been quality and that Kosc has always fought like a lion. The difference for me is that the backline is enjoying an injury free run. In times gone by the backline changed almost weekly. It was in such times that those in the know spoke of how poor the Arsenal defence was. When 4th choice CBs were being played in an unfamiliar line up whilst first choice CBs were having to be played at left back.
The famous old rear guard of Arsenal also enjoyed long periods,injury free, so much so that every football fan in the country could name the defensive line up of Arsenal. Long may Sagna, and Mertesaker and Koscielny and Gibbs enjoy their good health.
- FABONGRASSS FABONGRASSS Nov 12, 2013 18:23 Flag
I think Giroud has been great in the majority of games this season, he normally holds the ball up incredibly well and his distribution has been excellent for the most part. He has missed the odd chance granted but he has also taken and created a fair few.
I think Wenger will sign a striker the moment one becomes available and this may well be the last piece of the jigsaw of a new and great Arsenal team.
- FABONGRASSS FABONGRASSS Nov 29, 2013 13:37 Flag
I saw Pat play on TV, I believe he played in the run of three FA cup finals,way before Adams time. Pat would have played alongside O'Leary and Willie Young (don't get excited Rikki, that's the name of an ex player) and Jennings and Brady amongst others.
- Reply to Peter Grainger Nov 19, 2013 08:12FABONGRASSS FABONGRASSS Nov 20, 2013 07:35 Flag
I understand you're embarrassed and DESPERATE more like.