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Kirito

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The Ashburton Army strikes again...





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heinsmit

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Can you believe an obvious arsenal fan next to me at the game tonight, stormed out when city went 2-0, I said 'better luck next season' as he was leaving and he turned around and tried to lecture me. "that's not necessary" and finger pointing 😂
 

southlondonyiddo

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Can you believe an obvious arsenal fan next to me at the game tonight, stormed out when city went 2-0, I said 'better luck next season' as he was leaving and he turned around and tried to lecture me. "that's not necessary" and finger pointing 😂
What a prick. Should have absolutely ****ed him all game

Who are these Woolwich muppets wanting to watch a game (which is on the TV) at WHL sitting in the home end

Glad they had to pretty much wait all game before they could cry into their Cappuccinos
 
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Frank Blank

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Can you believe an obvious arsenal fan next to me at the game tonight, stormed out when city went 2-0, I said 'better luck next season' as he was leaving and he turned around and tried to lecture me. "that's not necessary" and finger pointing 😂

Thing is, this was probably the season to do it. I can see Liverpool and the Chavs both improving (and hopefully us) next season. I certainly don't think it will be a three (then two) horse race.
 

Frank Blank

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What a prick. Should have absolutely ****ed him all game

Who are these Woolwich muppets wanting to watch a game which is on the TV at WHL sitting in the home end

Glad they had to pretty much wait all game before they could cry into their Cappuccinos

Obviously the Arse fans in the home end were hoping we won tonight, but I would add that I spent many a time in the home end at Highbury in the old days - not least because they often lost when I went. I still remember the Goons being rolled over in a near end of season game with Newcastle, featuring a 19 year old Paul Gascoigne who spent most of his time playing up top. Great stuff.
 
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BorjeSpurs

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Arsenal fans angry at Son for missing the chance on purpose.

Imagine if the first goal of the match was Spurs scoring an own goal, like we did in BOTH games against Arsenal this season.....
 

KILLA_SIN

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May 24, 2008
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Arsenal fans angry at Son for missing the chance on purpose.

Imagine if the first goal of the match was Spurs scoring an own goal, like we did in BOTH games against Arsenal this season.....
They got no complaints they went to City and played for a draw, that's what cost them the title
 

DiscoD1882

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What a prick. Should have absolutely ****ed him all game

Who are these Woolwich muppets wanting to watch a game (which is on the TV) at WHL sitting in the home end

Glad they had to pretty much wait all game before they could cry into their Cappuccinos
They probably had Gooner shirts on. And wanted to be social media icons.

aka. Knobheads.
 

djhotspur

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Arsenal fans angry at Son for missing the chance on purpose.

Imagine if the first goal of the match was Spurs scoring an own goal, like we did in BOTH games against Arsenal this season.....
Yeah I know they were saying it’s just their luck… son missed a one on one against them too…
 
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