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E17yid

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Jan 21, 2013
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Just been at a family birthday bbq with tons of arsenal supporters there and their kids in kits. Us spurs lot gravitated together and absolutely gave it all match lol we even had a Chelsea and West Ham fan join in. It felt bit dirty but very good 🤣
I hope you made the kids cry. Pricks.
 

mabolsa_ritchey

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Oct 23, 2005
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One could even argue that City have even had the opportunity to take the foot off the gas this time and still win it. The days of having to get 100+ points when they were going toe to toe with Liverpool seem a long time ago.
 

KILLA_SIN

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May 24, 2008
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One could even argue that City have even had the opportunity to take the foot off the gas this time and still win it. The days of having to get 100+ points when they were going toe to toe with Liverpool seem a long time ago.
Liverpool always pushed them harder
 

theShiznit

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Jul 26, 2004
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It was worth it for just that

he looks like he’s been slapped across the face in front of all his mates by his mum
But but but, he won a Charity shield!

He could possibly get a move back to West Ham as they won a comp one up from the Charity Shield...
 

theShiznit

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Yeah I mean your right what’s winning a league when you’ve been the champions of Europe.
I've heard that after games he goes into the dressing room and sings/shouts at his teammates "Champions of Europe You'll never be that!"
 

rebrab

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Jun 13, 2008
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Thank god they didn’t win it this year.
No chance that next year they get the same luck with their own injuries, opposition injuries and referees.
 

fishhhandaricecake

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Legohead a few days ago “in my mind I see us winning the league this season”…

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theShiznit

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Thank god they didn’t win it this year.
No chance that next year they get the same luck with their own injuries, opposition injuries and referees.

With Oliver as the poster boy for English refs we may as well scrap them as well as VAR and let one of the subs run the line and my mate Duncan Ref it.
 

Mr Pink

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Aug 25, 2010
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Always thought he was an attrocious ref.

The fact that he is lauded by a lot shows the real state the game is in.
 

theShiznit

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He’s awful isn’t he. But he’s not on his own.
I can't remember the last time a ref was told to change his decision (which in effect they are told) and didn't...

Was probably him though.

It's right when the fans sing "it's all about you" to him.

Think it's got to the point where i actually prefer Mike Dean to him, Both unapproachable little oiks.

Hope he stinks up the place at the Euros.
 

philll

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I can't remember the last time a ref was told to change his decision (which in effect they are told) and didn't...

Was probably him though.

It's right when the fans sing "it's all about you" to him.

Think it's got to the point where i actually prefer Mike Dean to him, Both unapproachable little oiks.

Hope he stinks up the place at the Euros.
The only time I remember it happening was involving us. I can't remember who it was against but Hojbjerg was fouled in the build-up to them scoring, the ref gave the goal, VAR told him to stop being so fucking stupid and go and look at the monitor, he did so and still gave the goal.

Edit - the ref was Graham Scott and the match was against Brighton in 2020.

 

chas vs dave

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Jul 17, 2008
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I was in my local. It was all gooners. They had the city game on one TV, and arsenal on the other 3.

Me and my mate made sure that they all knew when city scored 😂
 

WiganSpur

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Aug 31, 2012
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Actually. I agree to an extent but then just think about this.

They got comfortably knocked out of both cups early on.

They lost 3 away games in CL and got knocked out by a Bayern team who are far from their best.

I don't think Arteta has even made a semi final.

So their league form should be good considering the money spent and how long Arteta has beem there.

If they do worse next season the pressure will start to mount.
They haven't been totally injury free but I think Arsenal and City have been a touch on the fortunate side this season with the injuries too.

We need to be on it next season. I think Liverpool will struggle initially without Klopp's leadership, and a minimum of 8 CL games for Villa will make things difficult for them. I reckon Chelsea and Spurs will be the only other ones to watch. Both have had a pretty torrid time with injuries and with new managers.
 
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