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  • Reply to

    the poor beggar of the boards....

    by TheButchNemesis Dec 5, 2014 23:16

    Surely, someone who owns a Bentley would easily be able to afford to buy their own nightclub in such a cheap country like Bali?

    Or is this nightclub just a front for human trafficking and exploiting underage girls into selling their meat for pennies to dirty old nonces from Australia?

    So, you're not just nuts deep in orangutans, there's children involved too!

    Seven weeks of pretending to be travelling, but I know that you were really on the Yahoo articles in your various different ID's getting yourself wound up, as per usual. - LMFAO!!!

    OINK OINK!!!

  • Reply to

    the poor beggar of the boards....

    by TheButchNemesis Dec 5, 2014 23:16

    CHOMP, CHOMP, MUNCH, MUNCH!!

    Here little fishy wishy!!

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    LMFAOATTG!!
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  • "I currently drive a BMW 4 series Coupé, the missus has a BMW Z4 Roadstar..."

    Hahaha!! Jackanory tell us a story!

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    LMFAOATTG!
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  • Reply to

    Why no Ronnie...????

    by Jacks Dec 14, 2014 09:10

    LMFAO - so you log into another one of your many ID's, start talking to yourself and then try and use Wiki as a way to justify your argument by highlighting the word GAME in capital letters, all within under an hour of my posting on here!

    Go on, check on Wiki page for BBC Sports Personality of the Year award winners.

    You'll see in 1988 - Steve Davis, a snooker player won it. - ROTFFLFMAO!!!

    OWNED by a geordie!!!

    OINK OINK!!!

  • Reply to

    Moving to Bali

    by You Gotta Larf! Dec 17, 2014 18:55

    lol a Spurs fan posting anti semitic go figure ...... nice try though....you gotta larf...

  • Scoring heaps of goals?

    Has he got over his habit of missing sitters yet?

  • Any complaints after knocking the champions over today. Told you so but its getting like talking to a brick wall on here. Must get back to the Arsenal Club site, its shyte here.

  • So far in 2015, he has made more interceptions than any player in the top 5 European leagues and has won more tackles than any other Premier League player.

    This does not surprise me.

  • Reply to

    Good to see....

    by Jacks Dec 10, 2014 11:18

    Good to see....

    ..... that, as usual, you fail to notice that YOU are completely ignored on here, except by the Geordie child!

    LMFAOATTY!

  • Guess this was a fair result. Not impressed with the way this game was managed by Wenger. Why not give Campbell a chance at some point? Three small players like Carzorla, Rosicky and Alexis where never likely to bother the Southampton defense. 4th will be harder than many think and I still don't think we will finish 4th this season. And the bad news is that we didn't lose this game in defensive midfield. We were just out played by a better prepared side and more disciplined side.

  • Reply to

    Why no Ronnie...????

    by Jacks Dec 14, 2014 09:10

    CHOMP CHOMP, MUNCH MUNCH ........ don't forget to BITE again, my little Geordie fishy wishy!

    LMFAOATTG!!
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  • We need to play better than we have in a long time to beat West Ham but given that they compete with us for 4th this is a must win game as strange as that sounds. I am not too optimistic and hope for a late Christmas gift.

    Maybe we can finally give our best goal scorer, Podolski, a chance now that Giroud conveniently got him self a winter break.

  • The way we are playing at the moment, I've pencilled in a win for us at City. Foolish? Well you might have said that had I predicted a 3 nil win against Stoke. But seriously, its no great challenge the way city are playing and it would be no shock. Defeat? Well that wouldn't be a shock either now would it? Best of luck boys.

  • Reply to

    Mute & Oblivious...

    by Jacks Jan 27, 2015 17:02

    Perhaps they were probably just Mancrapper Ushyted fans pretending to be Arsenal fans.

    I'm sure Le Poof and that soft old fairy from Cairns had a couple of ID's where they tried to pose as Arsenal supporters so that they could stir the shyte in these forums. The pair of them would spout more shyte about clubs like Arsenal and Chelsea than they ever could over Mancrapper Ushyted.

    Both have gone, driven away and history now, so loads of LMFAO over that one!

    OINK OINK!!!

  • Is, IMO, that we often push our key players to the limit and beyond. Wenger admits that Sanchez is in the red zone yet he continues to play him. Being in the red zone is not about being able to chase balls as much of give 100% it is much more about becoming much more injury prone and injuries sustained whilst in the red zone generally take much longer to heal.

    We should have the depth to rotate players enough so we don't need to run them into the red zone. It is better to lose Sanchez for one game than for 4 weeks. Yet this seems to be one of recuuring errors going back further than playing Fabregas until he was injured often.

    To me this is not so smart given the big injury problems we have. We don't know how far we can push it? When a player is in the red zone stop pushing him at all!!!!!

    Wenger Quote
    Alexis Sanchez will be given next week off after Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger admitted his £30million man is in the ‘red zone’.

    The Chile international has been one of the stars of the season so far following his switch from Barcelona. But, including internationals, Sanchez has played 27 games since August, and this has taken a toll.

    And Wenger will rest the striker after today’s clash with Stoke.Arsenal head to Turkey on Monday for their Champions League clash against Galatasaray, but Sanchez will stay in London.

    ‘Sanchez is in the red zone, you can see when he plays, but he can dig deep.

    He played his 27th game on Wednesday (against Southampton) since the start of the season. Unfortunately you never know how far you can push it.

    ‘We are not scientific enough to predict that completely but he recovers very quickly.’

  • This is interesting, Indonesia is reportedly the number one destination for Australian child sex tourists, mostly starting in Bali but also travelling to other parts of the country.

    The problem in Bali was highlighted by Luh Ketut Suryani, head of Psychiatry at Udayana University, as early as 2003.

    Luh Ketut Surayani warned that a low level of awareness of paedophilia in Bali had made it the target of international paedophile organisations. On 19 February 2013, government officials announced measures to combat paedophilia in Bali...and we all know who currently resides in Australia and has been claiming to be moving to Bali soon....you gotta larf because if you think about it too much, you'll end up puking!

  • Reply to

    Moving to Bali

    by You Gotta Larf! Dec 17, 2014 18:55

    Whole new ball game now fella the old Bill have got time and money for such posts..... as you will be finding out.

  • Reply to

    Moving to Bali

    by You Gotta Larf! Dec 17, 2014 18:55

    So libel, wasting police time as well as the offence you have been reported for. Do you have screenshots never mind now that Police are involved they will request all my yahoo posts , as they will yours.
    We had better not post to each other again. Keep larfin

  • Wilshere has been injured since, what, October? Until he has a good stretch of games but no improvement I maintain he has bags of potential. Until his latest injury, his form had been decent, though inconsistent. He looked like he had improved on last year. He's also only just turned 23, so he's got plenty of time to sort himself out. I don't think you can really write off a footballer's career until at least late 20s and even then some players make extraordinary leaps in the space of just a few months. But with his profile from an early age, I accept Wilshere really is running out of time to keep himself fit, show some form and actually develop as a player.

    I will agree several things with anyone:
    1) he's clearly a stupid little khunt, though that's basically par for a PL footballer
    2) if he keeps getting injured potential, etc is entirely meaningless. RVP managed multiple seasons with injury after injury, but I don't think we have the patience for that with Wilshere.
    3) he shouldn't be walking into the England team just because he's Wilshere, a press darling and has "potential". He does actually have to do something.

    But I've seen nothing to discourage my belief that (a) he is highly talented and has all the right attributes to be the best English midfielder over the next decade (I actually think Wilshere and Henderson could be a formidable partnership and (b) his skills are almost unique amongst English footballers where we have an overflow of physical grafters, which makes him a footballer of the future rather than of the past.

    All that being said, his attitude stinks and his rate of development over the last few years is extremely disappointing.

  • I guess the reason this board is so empty is partly because there is nothing new to say about Arsenal that has not been said for the last 7 or 8 years.

    It can happen you have a poor game, although it happens far too often to a team with out talent, but with a few leaders on the pitch last night does not happen. To me we lacked leaders more than anything, Leaders would have stopped this running around like a headless chicken and taken a 2-0 or 2-1 defeat.

    We have too many players who go missing in the big games and to me Giroud has always been one of them. He is ok against smaller teams but he has very little technique and control.

    I thought Ozil was not as bad as the press made him out and many of his passes got wasted by his team mates, but he will never be defensively what Sanchez is. He is a liability for a team with weak defending.