Ex-Gunner Watch

Discussion in 'Arsenal History' started by Bossa, Sep 10, 2010.

  1. clockwork orange

    clockwork orange Blind faith in "LVG filoshophy" Elite

    Like the idea, while we're at it, he could become CEW, W for wingers.
     
  2. Uncle Mike

    Uncle Mike Member

    Watching "NCIS." The murder victim is a U.S. Navy Petty Officer. The initial suspect, who is innocent, is named Michael Thomas.

    I know it's a common name, but if he was "Thomas Michaels" it wouldn't have registered.

    The show has a British medical examiner, Edinburgh's own David McCallum as Dr. Donald "Ducky" Mallard. He's never mentioned football, but golf and cricket have come up in his lines.

    UPDATE: Oooops... He WAS guilty! But of manslaughter, not murder.
     
  3. Cudareli

    Cudareli Antonio Valencia stan

    You actually scare me.
     
  4. Uncle Mike

    Uncle Mike Member

  5. Jury

    Jury Mission Accomplished

    Lovely stuff, Uncle. :cry:
     
  6. ricky1985

    ricky1985 Active Member Elite

    Nice one, Mike. Can't believe it has been 11 years since Rocky passed away.
     
  7. Jbruin

    Jbruin New Member

    Hat-trick for Thierry tonight: <a class="postlink" href="http://www.101greatgoals.com/gvideos/new-york-red-bulls-5-montreal-impact-2/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;">http://www.101greatgoals.com/gvideos/ne ... -impact-2/</a>

    GK's are really poor as well as the defending in general but still good goals though, especially his 2nd.
     
  8. Uncle Mike

    Uncle Mike Member

    He was totally taking the piss last night. He was like the proverbial kid in a candy store. (Sweet shop.)

    Impact goalie Donovan Ricketts, formerly of Bradford City and the L.A. Galaxy, made Manuel Almunia look like Oliver Kahn. He was horrible. He had no answer for us. It could have been 8: Two shots hit the post and one other just missed. The 5-2 scoreline (a scoreline I love) really did flatter the Impact, who blew 1-0 and 2-1 leads. Their attack was decent, but their defense was awful, and they tried a few dives (none carded) and one obvious penalty (which was called, at the end of the first half, and that tied it up and turned the game around).

    Disgraceful that the ultras in the South Ward, against the specific bullhorned instructions of their leaders, booed the singing of "O Canada." I've been through that at Yankees-Blue Jays games, and there's absolutely no excuse for it. Chanting "U.S.A.!" is one thing, but booing a National Anthem? What is this, a 1980s WWF (now WWE) match with Nikolai Volkoff? (Who, in real life, is a Croatian who defected to Canada and is now a local government official living outside Washington, D.C.)

    Attendance was listed as 13,415 -- yeah, right. If it was really over 10,000, I'd be shocked. This counted about 100 Impact ultras who showed up, and caused no trouble.

    The Red Bulls travel to Columbus next week -- had a chance to sign up for a bus trip out, but a scheduling conflict prevents me from going. I also won't be able to watch the Arsenal-Man City match at the Blind Pig because it's Easter.
     
  9. Beksl

    Beksl Sell All The Youngsters

    Didn't know you have ultras in USA. :D
     
  10. viper_001

    viper_001 New Member

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    A well deserved award. He worked very hard to earn it :D
     
  11. redwhiteAustrian

    redwhiteAustrian Tu Felix Austria Administrator

  12. outlaw_member

    outlaw_member New Member

    Those metal plated Dolce and Gabbana garments are ****ing awesome.
     
  13. Beksl

    Beksl Sell All The Youngsters

    Just saw this

    :lol:
     
  14. Floating

    Floating New Member Trusted

    Anelka was also booked for diving in his first match as player-manager.
     
  15. AFC-Phil

    AFC-Phil Active Member Elite

  16. kooldawg

    kooldawg New Member

    Leading by example??? haha :D
     
  17. scytheavatar

    scytheavatar Well-Known Member

    <a class="postlink" href="http://www.miragens.abola.pt/videosdetalhe.aspx?id=16423" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;">http://www.miragens.abola.pt/videosdeta ... x?id=16423</a>

    Can someone please tell me why Arshavin was walking over his injured team mate?
     
  18. Herbas

    Herbas New Member

    Can you tell me a bit about Kanu? I wasn't following Arsenal at that time, but I'm watching some highlights and just can't figure out how Kanu fared at Arsenal. From highlights he seems to be an incredible talent, but his league stats weren't really spectacular, especially to the end of his Arsenal career.

    What was his role at Arsenal? Was he just a squad player? Was he hugely talented, but very inconsistent (seems like a case to me, like Diaby)?
     
  19. jus2nang

    jus2nang Member

    Awesome to begin with. Incredible touch and control. He had this style where he could just beat a man with a swivel of the hips or a deft touch. Seemed to lose motivation later on in his Arsenal career imo, although in fairness with Bergkamp and Henry at the club he found him self on the bench more often than not. This led to a dip in form and was very much a fringe player by the time he left.
    Probably played his best football alongside Anelka or Henry. Was an alternative to Bergkamp really (some may disagree).
     
  20. USArsenal

    USArsenal H.Y.I.C. Administrator

    his hat-trick against Chelsea was the stuff of legends
     

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