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  • A Yahoo! User Feb 18, 2012 09:29 Flag

    So fv<king what if Arsenal won sod all for ages?

    'theres more to supporting a team than winning trophys'

    ok deeprick, I know this question terrifies you and sends you scurrying for cover but

    when and why did you start supporting Arsenal?

    was it to do with all the trophies they were winning at the time?
    we know you wont answer, it would be the final nail in your coffin lets face it, but i'll enjoy watching you wriggle out of this one with your pigeon english!

    hahahahahahaha

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    • I thought it was a good article, which doesn't mean I don't want Arsenal to compete on the various levels John highlights. But I have supported Arsenal at far worse times. Spurs will struggle to just stand still with Adebayor a loanee, and Saha, Nelson, King, Gallas and argably Parker short term fixes. City and Utd are strong, but in Utd's case replacing Carrick, Ferdinand, Owen, Berba, Giggs, Scholes, Vidic and Park in the next year or two will stretch them as far as the financial fair play rules are concerned. Also City will find future spending massively reduced in order to reduce their crazy losses.
      Arsenal fans may have to wait for new sponsorship deals before we can truly compete financially, but the new financial rules will help. However, due to the big profits Arsenal are due to post early March and the future sales of Denilson, Vela, Bendtner, Arshavin etc, we may find some decent recruits bought in the summer. I know it would be a shock to the system, but not impossible.