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      MIRO
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      Re: Arsenal FC
      Reply #1403: Jun 27, 2020 05:32:33 pm
      Bloody hell you really have the Trump derangement thing bad huh? Every other post you mention him!! LOL #Orangemanbad

      Go read the TAA reply .

      Missing your meds ... again?
      « Last Edit: Jun 28, 2020 01:15:50 am by MIRO »
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      Reply #1404: Jun 27, 2020 10:18:36 pm
      Arteta in the new breed of utterly deluded managers, president of the club being Roberto 'find a positive in the apocalypse' Martinez.

      Hahahaha that's brilliant!
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      Reply #1405: Jun 27, 2020 11:56:13 pm
      Go read the TAA reply .

      Missing your meds again.

      I did, but how does it answer why you shoehorn Trump into every other post, TDS is a serious thing man! Lol
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      Reply #1406: Jun 28, 2020 08:42:43 pm
      If Arteta has been assistant to anyone else in the league other than Pep, I don’t think anyone would have considered him to have been the right man to take over Arsenal, and it’s showing because there is very little progress there, no matter how much he tries to dress and act like Pep when the cameras are on him.
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      Reply #1407: Jun 29, 2020 11:02:09 am
      He's a natural finisher but needs the ball played to him as he won't work to create chances himself.

      Yep it’s the difference between being a striker (finishing off chances created by teammates) and a goal scorer (creating their own)

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      Reply #1408: Jul 12, 2020 08:21:27 pm
      Arsenal fan TV's live stream watch along was golden today, thanks a lot Arsenal.
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      Reply #1409: Aug 05, 2020 07:41:09 pm
      Announced 55 redundancies to invest in the team. They must be hard up and not as well run as some may have thought.
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      Reply #1410: Aug 05, 2020 08:04:45 pm
      Announced 55 redundancies to invest in the team. They must be hard up and not as well run as some may have thought.

      Or this is the new norm unless you're City or Chelsea.
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      Reply #1411: Aug 05, 2020 08:10:53 pm
      Or this is the new norm unless you're City or Chelsea.

      Fair point but still seems pretty sh*te. TBF to them though, they haven’t got a Jürgen 
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      Reply #1412: Aug 06, 2020 07:17:08 am
      I read that they're going for Coutinho and Willian. We'll regret it if this happens IMO.
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      Reply #1413: Aug 06, 2020 08:45:58 am
      I read that they're going for Coutinho and Willian. We'll regret it if this happens IMO.

      Huh?

      Why?

      Arsenal can sign whoever they like it won't make much difference to us.
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      Reply #1414: Aug 06, 2020 09:15:47 am
      I read that they're going for Coutinho and Willian. We'll regret it if this happens IMO.

      Could be in for Messi & Mbappe but until they have defenders who can successfully foot one foot in front of the other I wouldn't worry too much 
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      Reply #1415: Aug 06, 2020 10:11:29 am
      I read that they're going for Coutinho and Willian. We'll regret it if this happens IMO.

      Would regret it even more if we signed them after announcing getting rid of 55 staff while mesut ozil sits on his ass doing f**k all
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      Reply #1416: Aug 06, 2020 01:34:24 pm
      Would regret it even more if we signed them after announcing getting rid of 55 staff while mesut ozil sits on his ass doing f**k all



      This is capitalism at its worse, a mega millionaire owner fucks off 55 of his staff but has the money to keep them ,

      So I take it then that he can't afford to booster the coffers of Auba and anyone else he hopes to keep or sign for his club,
      Then we have that greedy lazy B***ard Ozil who is quite happily raking in the millions whilst sitting on his f***in boney arse, If I were a Gooner I'd be f***in raging at the owners,
      Something doesn't sit well with me here,

      Imagine what would happen if J W H did something similar,  you only have to look back to the ticket price fiasco to find the answer.

      Feel for those 55 who lose their livelihoods,  their wages amount to something like £2.6m, f***in chicken feed to a Billionaire like Kronke,

      What a total Kunt !




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      Reply #1417: Aug 06, 2020 02:00:59 pm
      Would regret it even more if we signed them after announcing getting rid of 55 staff while mesut ozil sits on his ass doing f**k all

      I am sure if Arsenal could fire Ozil they would ;D
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      Reply #1418: Aug 06, 2020 04:53:32 pm
      I read that they're going for Coutinho and Willian. We'll regret it if this happens IMO.

      Hahahaha good one that!

      Arsenal are in a worse state than Utd, they need new centre-backs and central midfielders before they need more attacking players.
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      Reply #1419: Aug 07, 2020 07:57:34 am


      This is capitalism at its worse, a mega millionaire owner fucks off 55 of his staff but has the money to keep them ,

      So I take it then that he can't afford to booster the coffers of Auba and anyone else he hopes to keep or sign for his club,
      Then we have that greedy lazy B***ard Ozil who is quite happily raking in the millions whilst sitting on his f***in boney arse, If I were a Gooner I'd be f***in raging at the owners,
      Something doesn't sit well with me here,

      Imagine what would happen if J W H did something similar,  you only have to look back to the ticket price fiasco to find the answer.

      Feel for those 55 who lose their livelihoods,  their wages amount to something like £2.6m, f***in chicken feed to a Billionaire like Kronke,

      What a total Kunt !




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      How would football work in a socialist system then, just out of curiosity?

      I agree it sucks to lay off staff, but it unfortunately happens, you can't expect a business to run at a loss just to support some employees, that simply can't work in the medium to long term as the whole company will go bust and everyone loses their jobs, not just the 55 people. You also can't expect an owner to chuck in their own cash to pay the wages of 55 people, that would effectively be charity and if they had that kind of money to spend on charity, £2.5m, then I think it could be better spent on people who really need it.  For all you know these 55 people are a marketing or commercial team most of who walk right into a new job anyway.
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      Reply #1420: Aug 07, 2020 08:58:47 am
      When Wenger was at Arsenal he had quite a bit of control over the wider budget due to the time he'd spent at the club and the fact he held a master's degree in economics, I remember an interview with him about 5/6 years ago when Arsenal fans were getting more and more pissed off with the lack of spending from the club and their inability to compete with the top clubs like they did pre-Emirates. He said at the time that he felt a certain responsibility when operating in the transfer market because at the end of the day, the club was a business which employs 100s or even 1000s of people in some context and he always had things like job losses and the wider health of the business in mind when negotiating lucrative transfers.

      Funny the way it's turned out, not to pin the blame on what's happened solely on Ozil, but paying somebody 350k a week with absolutely 0 return surely wouldn't have helped. Wenger was the manager who initially signed Ozil and one of the last things he did as Manager was tie him down to that bumper deal a few months before he left. At that time also, I think Arsenal had just let their best player in Sanchez go for 25M which at the time was a cut price fee due to the 6 months remaining on his contract. He then obviously must have thought that he had to act in tying Ozil down as he wouldn't want to leave his successor with a shell of a squad having just let Sanchez go.

      Feel for Wenger a bit as I can imagine he's kicking himself over it, especially after him saying how he felt responsible for the business and the staff during his time there

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      Re: Arsenal FC
      Reply #1421: Sep 19, 2020 11:24:55 am
      I expect Arse to be well clear by the end of the day and I think they'll contend this year.
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      Reply #1422: Sep 19, 2020 12:25:48 pm
      I expect Arse to be well clear by the end of the day and I think they'll contend this year.

      Well clear of what? Trophies! :D
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      Reply #1423: Sep 19, 2020 02:05:55 pm
      Heheh and by Arse I meant Everton
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      Reply #1424: Sep 19, 2020 02:58:22 pm
      Heheh and by Arse I meant Everton

      You think Everton are going to be challenging for the title this year, what the hell are you smoking?? 
      They've beaten a very underpar Spurs team and a sh*t West Brom team so far, I'll hold judgement until they face decent opposition.
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      Reply #1425: Sep 19, 2020 03:41:08 pm
      You think Everton are going to be challenging for the title this year, what the hell are you smoking?? 
      They've beaten a very underpar Spurs team and a sh*t West Brom team so far, I'll hold judgement until they face decent opposition.

      Should we really have challenged in 2014? Then take a look at Leicester. Never underestimate what a good coach can do for a team and Ancelloti has to be rated as a very good coach.

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