Discussion in 'Arsenal Talk' started by MaestroCesc, Aug 15, 2012.
More like he represents welfare nation. I don't remember many freeloaders back in the "glory days".
I've no man love for any of them, at least not like how it was with Henry, Pires, Fabregas and RvP before this fiasco.
There are the performers who you respect and are happy to have around, like Koscielny, Vermaelen, Sagna, Song, Arteta.
Would be interesting to see if ''our own'' and the British players we sign show more loyalty - Jack, Chez, Rambo, Ox etc.
Surely our youth products won't **** on us like RvP has done?
Fair enough. I feel that people often get the two muddled, and want him to be a poorer player because they don't like him (or at least the media portrayal of him).
When we stop joking around with the Van Persies and the spaniards Diaby will step up and fulfill his destiny, to lead Arsenal to a quadruple and create a new golden era by himself.
pretty much agree with all of this, especially Santos
As long as Kroenke is still in charge, as soon as we get a good offer for those lot, they'll be off.
Say Jack comes back and is the same player he was before his injury problems, City come in with an offer of £40M and Kroenke accepts, as soon as City start offering him 150k a week, he'll have no problem going there. Same for Ox, Ramsey and Szczesny.
Kos for showing loyalty and class by signing a new contract and being our best cb and Cazorla, who makes you dream.
None of them.
Diaby -I love his playing style but hate the fact that he'smissed so much football.
Cazorla -so much class
Koscielny - such a cultured defender.
David Rocastle. For sure he will never betray us.
My favourite players are Wilshere, Ox, Vermaelen and Szczesny.
And I am really excited about Cazorla.
Jenkinson or anybody who feels that they are lucky to even have sniff at team like Arsenal.
That's really not funny.
I've got quite a liberal sense of humour but that's a bit disrespectful and of bad taste.
Not sure how to take this, if it's how I think you meant it than that's not cool bro.
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