Ashley Cole (Out)

Discussion in 'Transfer Rumours' started by beaney, Apr 15, 2004.

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  1. gstew

    gstew Member Trusted

    How does one hammer a nail in a coffin that has already been buried?
  2. Fredrock

    Fredrock New Member

    "they have damaged (perhaps irreparably in some cases) the careers of some of Britain’s brightest footballers — Shaun Wright-Phillips, Scott Parker, Carlton Cole, Wayne Bridge, Glen Johnson and so on."

    Spt on! Why is it always us who are blamed for ruining the future stars of English football by having none? At least we don't buy them and, by letting them rot in the reserves, ruin their careers.
  3. brianodom

    brianodom New Member

    he's supposed to be outta here tonight..thak you..reminds me of Terrel Owens..every league has one :?
  4. Big Poppa

    Big Poppa Well-Known Member Trusted

    Read what I posted properly Scorpion. I think you're letting your emotions get the better of you son. What I've said wasn't influenced by my stance over Cole staying or going or however well I know him (though this is a small reason why I'm loathe to join in with the tedious name-calling), so sorry that it is so sickening for you to read. I've said from the start that I don't want to make any strong judgements until the player has actually gone and more light is shed on the situation starting from Cole himself.

    What I was mentioning just now was the fact that regardless of that particular situation - he won't be played tomorrow if, in the manager's opinion, he's not able to do a job for the team first, foremost and primarily. Same for Theo, same for Henry. Same for anybody else.

    Whether or not that has something to do with this supposedly impending transfer or anything else is another issue entirely and descends into an arena that Wenger doesn't particularly get involved in when there is such an important game to think about.

    If he goes to Chelsea, he goes to Chelsea but he would not have been ruled out of contention of tomorrow's game even if he told Arsène that he wants to leave but Arsène felt that he was ready to play. As long as he is under contract, he is obliged to do so. If this was just about Cole going to Chelsea, Wenger could have easily left him out of the initial squad that he announced on Friday altogether. Then I hear it's because the club wanted to call Chelsea's bluff.. well the only one that picks the team is Wenger. No bluff calling needed, Arsenal will get the fee they want for Cole because it's Arsenal who will decide whether or not he leaves, and who he is sold to.

    **** newspaper gossip. This what I am interested in.

    For someone wanting Cole to stay they'll see it as Arsène saying he still wants to keep him because he's said that Cole is "a very important player for the club", indicating that he's still in his plans. For someone who wants Cole to **** off they will see it as Arsène being resigned to the fact that Cole will be going to Chelsea and the only remaining problem is for a financial agreement to be reached.

    I prefer to stay away from both assumptions until something actually happens, a deal may or may not happen but this has gone on far too long and I don't think Wenger is the only one running out of patience with it.
  5. AGooner

    AGooner New Member

    You've probably heard this one before, but I think it's rather appropriate for this thread.........

    When the body was first made, all the parts wanted to be Boss.

    The brain said, "I should be boss because I control the whole body's responses and functions."

    The feet said, "We should be Boss as we carry the brain about and get him to where he wants to go."

    The hands said, "We should be the boss because we do all the work and earn all the money."

    And so it went on and on with the heart, the lungs, and the eyes until finally the Ar**hole spoke up. All parts of the body laughed at the idea of the Ar**hole being the Boss. So the Ar**hole went on strike, blocked itself up and refused to work.

    Within a short time the eyes became crossed, the hands clenched, the feet twitched, the heart and lungs began to panic and the brain fevered. Eventually they all decided that the Ar**hole should be the boss, so the motion was passed.

    Do you think the Ash Cole will be the boss?
  6. arsenal05

    arsenal05 New Member

    its like a count down but noone knows how long is to go!!!
  7. gun4glory

    gun4glory New Member

    With that logic, yes :lol:
  8. Me<--

    Me<-- New Member

    Perhaps we should call him Arsecole.
  9. arsenal05

    arsenal05 New Member

    arsely cole has a ring to it lol!!!
  11. Glass_Heart

    Glass_Heart New Member

    I don't know but maybe it is just my own sentiments. I always get the niggling feeling that majority of our critics are simply jealous of the way Arsenal football is played. On our day, it is irrebuttable that Arsenal has the unrivalled abilities to play the most scintillating and tantalising football, and most, not all, English players do not have the technical abilities to attain that.

    That's why the they hold Arsenal culpable of being destroyers of English football. What a joke.
  12. _scorpion_

    _scorpion_ New Member

    This may come as a shock to you , but Arsène never always says what he means.

    Cole is not fit to play for Arsenal....I agree. He has never been fit to play for Arsenal. Not with his attitude, his lack of intelligence and his manner.

    Sit tight and wait for the transfer if you wish...at the end of the day there is nothing anyone can do about it so were all in the same boat.

    But answer this one question for me and I'll leave you alone....

    Would you take him back and play him at LB if Chelsea turn away from the deal?

    I wouldnt. Best left back or not ........he is not fit to play for Arsenal.
  13. bobbydazzler

    bobbydazzler New Member

    http://www.thesun.co.uk/article/0,,2002 ... 30,00.html

    Looks like wenger has had enough of cashely. So hope that he is gone by the end of the week. To be honest if he goes it not going to ruin Arsenal. I mean we got to a chapions league final without him and without conceding a goal, then when he comes back we lose.
  14. the dawn raids

    the dawn raids New Member Trusted

  15. shaz

    shaz New Member

    lol @ arseley

    Arseley, ooh
    Arseley, oooooohhh
    left his wife, the hoe
    for abromovichs Bone
  16. cesc2007

    cesc2007 New Member

    seems arsenal are desperate to get rid of cole

    chelsea are smart and waiting for arsenal to drop the fee to get rid of him and also know we need players for the season

    this way they can take cole and **** our season up. Personally i blame wenger for putting us in this situation
  17. vanderguy

    vanderguy New Member

    Cesc2007 you are talking trash.
  18. LeRon

    LeRon New Member

    Ha ha ha! When did you become a "persistant annoyance"? You do talk rubbish though!!
  19. Glass_Heart

    Glass_Heart New Member

    Seriously, you shouldn't be labelled as a persistence annoyance.

    Persistent Rubbish suits you better.
  20. hesham

    hesham New Member

    All hail the great one..
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