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Monday, April 24

Arsenal V Spurs and Chelsea/Pool

Alrighty 1-1, not the best result ever but a bit of henry brilliance keeps the race going for us. Spurs goal - highly dubious but I am big enough to say Spurs had the right to play on and score, granted it was unsportsmanlike but they were bombing forward and I think its unreasonable to say they should have kicked the ball out - had there been a clear head injury I woudlnt be so charitable. They lied after when they claim they didnt see it, video evidence shows they from Jol to Carrick saw it but that aside I think they were right to play on. Overall they deserved a draw against a weakened Arsenal side.

Congrats to Liverpool for doing us all a favour and ousting Moaninho's men, jose gets worse and worse with his whingeing - sod him, how can anyone take the twat seriously and how can the Chelsea supporters listen to his moaning when the "Special needs One" so obviously got his tactics wrong.


  • I don't think anyone can begrudge Tottenham their goal. Whilst Tottenham may have seen a man down are you supposed to kick the ball out everytime two players from the same team trip over themselves? Next thing you know players will dive to stop the counterattack.
    Wenger of course charged over to Jol and complained.

    By Blogger Chris P, at 6:48 PM  

  • Why on earth didn't he bring Henry on sooner? You probably would of won had he come on at half time and tonights game and cl campaign as a whole wouldn't be so crucial in terms of you playing UEFA cup football next season...

    Maureen is a chump, nuff said. We could've won 10-0 and he'd still be saying they were the best team. I've lost count of the number of bad decisions that have gone their way this season, and all of a sudden we score from a free-kick that was debatable and he's practically crying into his pint-too funny. I'm p.sure garcia's shot crossed the line this time as well.

    By Blogger Stand up if you hate Man u, at 10:48 AM  

  • I quite agree - the co commentator, Robbie Earle said that Arsenal fans would be hoping Henry will be on by the 60 or 65 minute mark... He said this before half time and I can assure Mr Earle that we wanted him on at the half and no later - Wenger too often worries about the next game and not the one he is there to win. Benitez did the same thing last season but got away with it, not sure we will!

    By Blogger Simon Burke, at 10:54 AM  

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