Chelsea Message Board
"I'm off on October 13th for seven weeks"
Can't count, can't read, doesn't know a date from a fig!
Geordies .... you gotta larf!!
Hahaha! Another bite!
You just can't help yourself!!
Here fishy fishy fishy!!
Fabregas' pass was an example of the class you're missing, had he been in your team you may not have lost.
But Wenger claimed he didn't need him.
Care to explain how you've come up with this self-delusion of yours that you're suddenly my nemesis?...AAAARRRRHHHH!! Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha HIC!!
You gotta larf...because you're neither my rival, arch-enemy or anybody that's capable of bringing about my downfall, you seriously suffer from delusions of grandeur and think that everyone is a geordie!
- Reply to You Gotta Larf! Oct 7, 2014 15:19
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by The Alcoholic Brown Family
I bet that's going to wind you up even more!? Hee hee hee hee...you gotta larf!...AAAARRRRHHHH!! Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha HIC!!...and more ..AAAARRRRHHHH!! Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha...
"surprised Van Gaal's let him go"
We don't need him, we have Rooney, RVP and Falcao, with James Wilson on the bench.
In midfield we have Januzaj, Mata, Herrera and Di Maria, who all score goals .... unlike Welbeck, who only scored 29 goals in 142 first team appearances.
All we have to do now is convince them they are all in the same team!
"I also cannot see what AW is about. Poldolski to my mind has always been a class act. Yet Wenger doesn't seem to know, or indeed understand that what you need against teams like Leicester, is experienced players like Pods and Rosicky etc. Leicester were never going to be bothered by the 'kid' Sanago. What he sees in him is any ones guess. Wenger out of sheer stubbornness will always play such inadequate players in the hope that they will come good and prove him right. Its all about 'pride' with him. The same thing applies to Giroud. Now AW had had his hand forced and really he does not seem to know what to do for the best. We could easily have won that game if he had used his head. I fear as he gets older his decision making gets worse."
Pot, kettle, alcoholic .... HIC!!
- Reply to The Alcoholic Brown Family Sep 1, 2014 10:22
I respect Wengers economic stance generally, I just think that its too rigid and a one-off like Falcao could have easily been viewed as an exception well worth the reward. I look at the gamble Ferguson took with Cantona (not so much financially), he was allowed special privileges and you could argue it was the catalyst that inspired two decades of success. Arsenal are still short at the back but I believe Falcao would have had a field day feeding off of our creative midfield. He is a goal machine and would have given Arsenal confidence and the fear factor.
Aaron----Leicester v Arsenal 31st Aug. Szcesny-Debuchy-Monreal-Flamini-Mertersaker-Koscieny-Sanchez- RAMSEY -Sanogo-Cazorla-Ozil. First 2 subs-Rosicky-Podolsky.
H---How did Ramsey sneak in there.
LMFAO!!! - in other words, you're off to the off-licence to buy yourself a couple of cans of 'tramp juice' before heading off to the park to flash your decrepit OLD body at the children playing there.
You really are one extremely sad, silly, flatulent OLD woofter that I continually laugh at.
For someone who gives it the big "I am" like you do, you've spent an incredibly large amount of your time living on the Yahoo forums, like at least 24/7 of the last decade.
Lovely to know that I've wound you up so much, it brings a huge smile to my face! - ROTFFLMFAO!!!
Freddie was a complete team player, whereas Marc did have his favourites.
I remember him going a string of matches where he purposely played the ball behind Anelka when he passed to him. He didn't like Anelka's big headedness and so he scuppered many chances for him to score.
He was lightening quick, but he was a LW and I have Pires in that position. Freddie was a RW and the only replacement I could think of for him would have been the Romford Pele.
But I ran out of subs.
I blame the owner for not being ambitious enough to sack a manager who wins nothing for a long time. It is the owner who keeps Wenger on and who puts no performance standards or targets on him. An owner like Abramovich has so much ambition that he sacks his manager at the first sight of failure and although this looks a bit stupid at times, it is hard to argue that his strategy has resulted in many more trophies than Arsenal's.
This board is dead and I bet that sad sack who reckons that 'it' is moving to Bali will end up spending the remainder of 'it's' days dwelling about the fact a geordie tormented 'it' for the best part of a decade and there was nothing 'it' could do about it! - LMFAO!!!
TOON ARMY!!! TOON ARMY!!! TOON ARMY!!!
The only thing that's going to shift Wenger and his thinking, is if Tottenham knock us out of a place in the CL. And that is not as far away as some may think. A sobering thought for many, including the Arsenal board, who just might sit up and pay attention for once. BTW A Happy New Year to you and everyone. BTW again what was AW thinking of when he had 3 or 4 five foot 'nothings' up front against a six foot plus defence at S'hampton?
A few seasons ago we never thought we would be talking about Wilshire this way. About his potential etc. We expected that by now the talking would be about his actual game rather than his potential.
He should no longer get a free ride and for the moment, even if he is fit, I don't see his place in the starting 11.
The other problem Arsenal have, IMO, is that we have too many players that have similar attributes. Good technique, easily ran of the ball, small physique, not particularly pacy, preferring to play in the middle of the park.
IMO, we can only really play with a maximum of 2 such players at a time. If you consider 4 defenders and 1 DM that leaves room (ideally) for 2 small technical players, a striker and two quick wide players.
In fact I don't even think there is space for Ozil in our starting 11.
At the moment I would argue for Sanchez-Giroud-Walcott up front and Bellerin - Mert - Cos - Monreal or Gibbs in the back with Coquelin as DM.
This leaves 2 places for centrally functioning midfielders and to me on current form Cazorla is a shoe in leaving Ramsey, Wilshire, Rosicky, Ozil, Ox. When all fit my second choice would be Ox since he has pace which you need in today's game IMO.
Oh yes and I forgot to mention. With John the Baptist and a GoVindaloo for company; socially your well connected Butch...AAAARRRRHHHH! Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha and should do very well poncing around over here, if only you could come home....oh dear is that a sore point Butch\\?? AAARRRHHH! Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Regards to the missus and tell her she's right to stay home. Wouldn't want to spoil the silly old sods travels to his other world would we?? AAARRRHHH! Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha....Come on Butch give us a few lines of "MOON RVER" while you've got a belly full....AAARRRHHH! Ha ha ha ha ha ha h ahha..