Not exactly moonwalking to the three points

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Having not streamed the game I followed the Fulham game on Twitter where the consensus was we were quite poor and seemed to regress after Sidwell’s red card.

However the manner of the points is not important right now in my eyes and we now hope for the Oilers and ‘dippers to win, or at least draw their games.

A win like this, if performed by Fergiescum’s poisonous rabble, would have been lauded long and hard into the night as the “mark of winners” by experts on the Salford based TV company(BBC) football match, Motd.

Yes, a scrappy and nerve racking win but while it was a Thriller to watch due to the tension of whether we could concede an equaliser (well done Sian Massey for a correctly called offside) we can just say “Beat it” to anyone who says we should be ashamed to get these 3 points.

We can’t brush over certain aspects of our play yesterday and clearly we have to buck up our ideas in advance of the visit of the said rabble next Sunday and the return of a certain Van Judas if we want to keep our run going.

Norfolk Gooner’s considered thoughts are below:

“Here goes then:

Having watched the replay on Sky last night, while already knowing that three valuable points were in the bag, I was struck by the number of easy/safe passes that the Arsenal team played. Nobody seemed prepared to take a chance with a “killer pass”.

I am sure that we must have racked up the highest number of completed passes in the league yet we are always ready to make just one too many. There seems to be an annoying reluctance to take on the shot at goal or to take the ball into the penalty box in the hope that some frustrated, clumsy defender will bring the player down and give away a penalty.

On one occasion yesterday I think I counted six or seven passes before the ball crossed the half way line, probably ten more before we got the ball into Fulham’s penalty box, we then passed the ball back out of the box, back over the half way line and eventually all the way back to Szczesny. Throughout this futile passage of play there was no attempt on goal and nobody even looked as though they were going to try a shot.

I think one word sums up Arsenals football in yesterday’s game…Predictable!!

Norfolk Gooner”

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131 Responses to Not exactly moonwalking to the three points

  1. evonne says:

    Nasri repaying his debt to society
    I am not sure what happened here, but most of the letters are not showing in wordpress, what the heck??

  2. Ninja says:

    Thing is, we were playing against 10 men. I doubt Ferguson’s united would settle for a scrappy 1-0 lead and would instead really make the extra men count. Somethings wrong with the team mentality when they are playing against 10 men for a large period of the game and yet play so many safe and backward passes.

    Simply not good enough.

  3. Ninja says:

    And you’d think that when we have giroud playing we’d see a bit more crosses into the box – I can’t count the number of times Walcott/Sagna breaks down the right flank and instead passes it back to the other when they had decent chances to cross. We were simply passing with no true purpose yesterday and were playing it “safe”. Passes were too predictable and slow.

  4. Big Raddy says:

    Ninja. We weren’t good but we were good enough.

    Sometimes we play much better and lose (Blackburn).

  5. evonne says:

    I am going to vomit
    We will have to give Manu a guard of honour next week

  6. Ninja says:

    Damn it, IRS came back from one down to 3-1

  7. Ninja says:

    Spurs*

  8. Big Raddy says:

    Man City are a total shambles. What a waste of money they are.

  9. Tom says:

    I think we all know at this point Arsenal are just not good enough to win anything and challenging for top four is the best we can hope for. As a matter of fact the gap between Man U and Arsenal is bigger than the one between Arsenal and most clubs below them in the table. Before the the game against Everton in which Arsenal were dominated for large parts of , FOX soccer replayed a 2006 Arsenal v Everton in which Veira, Berkamp and CO. dismantled the toffees 7-0, but this is the new reality and Arsenal are above average side with a manager who lacks new ideas and is slow to react. Playing Wallcot who’s experiencing a dip in form against Fulham’s pacey Kieran Richardson on the right, without once entertaining the idea of a switch is one of many examples for Wenger’s inability to read the game and maximizing his team’s assets.

  10. Big Raddy says:

    Tom.

    It is so simplistic as to look just to AW for the downturn. You might have chosen to support your team and consider the effects of the Oligarchs arrival, the new stadium, the disloyalty of players AW depended upon etc etc

    Why don’t you take the time to tell us how you would change the Arsenal into a PL winning team given the financial restrictions . It would make a great headline post.

    Hindsight is a wonderful thing …

  11. evonne says:

    don’t bother Raddy, some people are never happy. We are competing on the highest level, can still finish 2nd, but to some it is a failing

  12. A win is a win and at this stage of the season it’s important.
    Sheep Hagger ™

  13. chas says:

    Much much better for the mancs to win the league before they come to the Emirates.

    Credit to the swampies, that was the last result I expected when I saw they were 1-0 down at 70 minutes.

  14. Gooner In Exile says:

    Tom funny thing is that Everton side had just qualified for CL from memory…

    Followed City Spuds via BBC web, checked soon after kick off to see whether I could get signal on phone and lo and behold City were 1-0 up, checking back at half time still 1-0, good good. So wtf happened? When I checked back at 80 minutes it was 2-1.

    Evonne I can take a guard of honour…just….but only because it is better than having them win it at the Emirates. And also who knows if they’ve already won league we can nick a point which after the first game today will be vital.

    As Norfolk says in his wide words above we need to start playing with purpose again and that means pushing for goals and proactive defending up the pitch.

    To do the latter we need Theo on the bench.

  15. chas says:

    ‘Arsenal were dominated by Everton for large parts’ in Tuesday night’s game.
    Twenty minutes tops, I’d say.

  16. Gooner In Exile says:

    Come on you useless Scousers….pull your finger out!!

  17. Half time
    Liverpool 0 Chelsea 1

  18. 52 mins
    Liverpool 1 Chelsea 1

  19. Liverpool 1 Chelsea 2
    Penalty.
    Suarez handled.

    Chelsea’s 17 penalty this season (scores 13)

  20. evonne says:

    this is a conspiracy to derail our season, I can hardly believe today’s results

  21. 2-2
    96 mins on the clock!

    SUAREZ

  22. RockyLives says:

    haha – well done Liverpool! Equaliser in the 7th minute of 6 minutes injury time 🙂

  23. did you see it Rocky?

    Suarez hero and villain…

    Excellent game of football.

  24. Wow!!!!!!!!!!!! I’d put the radio away and the spades and the wheelbarrow and there I was thinking ‘oh poo’ we’d ground out a result yesterday and todays results were going to make things really hard and I come in and check the blog and …………. it was a draw 😆

  25. Adrian says:

    Are we that low on confidence of beating man utd in our home ground..? Can’t stand giving RVP a guard of honour..

    Anyways good result for us in the chelsea – liverpool game. Suarez the hero with a last minute winner, but ultimately also showing the dark side of him, a truly despicable player by biting Ivanovic. The act of an animal. Never liked that guy.

  26. Gooner In Exile says:

    Suarez bit Ivanovic….that’s a new low for Liverpool FC

  27. Gooner In Exile says:

    I understand people’s frustration with us maybe too often taking one pass too many, but Liverpool wasted a lot of good positions in the last twenty minutes forcing shots through crowds of players.

  28. Gooner In Exile says:

    Adrian it’s the hardest fixture of the 4 games left, if we had taken three against Everton then I don’t think it would matter. But I now think its a must not lose.

    The good thing is they are both behind us right now with a game in hand so have to go for wins when they play each other if we can keep ahead. Which means a win at home to United could be more needed.

  29. Dear Mr DidIt

    I don’t expect flowers or chocolates but I’ve sorted you a League Table link in the side-bar – you just need to tell me how incredibly clever I am 😳

    We are currently third by the way 🙂

  30. GiE – are your parents going to the United game perchance?

  31. Norfolk Gooner says:

    GiE,

    Is it a waste to take a shot through a crowded area? Or to keep passing the ball and not taking the shot? At least if you take the shot there is a chance of scoring.

  32. Forgot to say thank you to Norfolk gooner for putting together a few words for the fabulous chary to put up as a post today.

    Thank you to you both 🙂

  33. Norfolk Gooner says:

    Peaches you are incredibly clever! I’m glad you’re not expecting flowers and chocolates as you would most certainly have been disappointed. 😀

  34. RockyLives says:

    Well, that’ll teach Brendan Rogers to say the he wants his players to stay hungry… 🙂

    Al
    Yes – I did watch it (most of it, anyway). ‘Pool deserved their point but Suarez will be banned for 6 or 7 games, so his season is over.

    Am I right in thinking that top four is in our hands now (ie, if we win all our remaining games we’re guaranteed top 4?).

  35. Aha Norfolk Gooner – did you see my email about sending your post through again?

  36. chas says:

    Adrian,

    It’s nothing to do with being “low on confidence of beating man utd in our home ground”. (Especially as Man City not winning next Saturday could have already meant the title was there’s)

    It’s simply that they can now win the league tomorrow night by beating Villa at home which means that,

    A) they can get their celebrating done somewhere else other than our home (they may have just ,

    B) that their game against us won’t be as important to them
    and, last but not least,

    C) the foul, traitorous Dutchman can receive the reward for his perfidious, backstabbing behaviour in his stinking double-crossing backyard.
    (just imagine having to celebrate with Evra and the granny-shagger – yuck)

  37. Just checked the email and have found that you have replied, thanks 😉

  38. Tom says:

    Big Raddy. I do support Arsenal and only Arsenal , and I don’t blame Wenger for player departures. By the way , there’s no loyalty in football and players will always go for more money. But as a manager you must know how many years you can get out of each player before they leave. When you have a core of the team good enough to challenge for titles and you only miss a world class keeper and a CB (Arsenal side pre 2010), you go for it if you can afford it and Arsenal could’ve. And it’s not hindsight when everyone who knows football has been saying it for ever . Szczesny isn’t good enough to start for Poland and last time I checked I couldn’t even find Poland in the rankings. And it’s hardly hindsight about switching Wallcot to left side, when the game commentator called for it twenty minutes into the game against Fulham.

  39. chas – you are coming to boo next Sunday aren’t you? I want to sit next to you so that I can boo very loudly too 😉

  40. chas says:

    * there’s should have been theirs

    Rocky 🙂

  41. chas says:

    peaches – I’m not.
    My mind would be elsewhere and besides I’m not sure I ever want to see that bandy-legged, disgusting excuse for a human being in a manc shirt fouling his own door step with his execrable presence.

    Rocky,
    I think you’re right that 4 wins gives us top 4. I keep forgetting they play each other.

  42. chas says:

    I just realised I’m out of the running for DidIt’s photo after the two points dropped against the Toffees. 😦

  43. chas says:

    Tom,
    It’s Walcott not Wallcot and I can see it’s not hindsight if the game commentator was calling for it twenty minutes in.

  44. chas says:

    Too much claret and blue chas.
    I miss sharkey’s yellow doily

  45. chas says:

    Don’t they do a space invader in red and white?

  46. chas says:

    I quite like the pink spaceman mind.

  47. Gooner In Exile says:

    Rocky yes it’s in our hands because Chelsea and Spuds will take points off each other.

    Norfolk I think there has to be balance between the two not sure if you watched Liverpool but some of the shots were ridiculous….I was screaming at them to play a pass.

  48. chas says:

    Any suggestions as to a suitable song for bsr next Sunday (aside from ‘you’re a front bottom’, that is)

  49. chas says:

    So all we have to do is win the next four, then.

  50. Gooner In Exile says:

    Tom, where a national team rank in world game has nothing to do with quality in PL, Giggs, Berbatov, Viduka, Ivanovic, Drogba etc etc

    As for Theo switching flanks to the left…..has anyone seen him out there and thought yep he can do a job, his crossing with right foot is questionable…..how is his left?

  51. chas says:

    GIE,
    but the commentator said……

  52. Also Mr DidIt ……… I’ve added the remaining fixtures so that you don’t have to go looking elsewhere. It’s up at the top under the League Table. I seem to have duplicated the league table further down the column.

    Very disappointing of you chas to have your mind elsewhere 😦

  53. William McGoonagal says:

    tee-hee! my sperzgit brother in law put £10 on them winning 2-1 at 1/2 time at 16 to 1!…then TomDaley dived in and lost him £170 ☺Their games in hand over Arsenal are against each other innit!!

  54. MickyDidIt89 says:

    Peaches, Oh Peaches,
    Those are great things you’ve added.
    As for Norfolk suggesting you won’t get flowers and chocolates from me, how dare he. The people I love get so much more than that. A kebab AND extra hot sauce 🙂

  55. MickyDidIt89 says:

    Silver linings from today’s games. Utd winning the title at home tomorrow may being they won’t subject Brave Sir Robin to the inevitable abuse. More three points? 🙂

  56. MickyDidIt89 says:

    Wow, Chavs have some tough fixtures, and throw in their Cup games as well, and some serious fixture congestion.

  57. MickyDidIt89 says:

    William
    “then Tom Daley dived in” 🙂

  58. Tom says:

    Gooner in Exile. Giggs, Berbatov. Viduka,Ivanovic and Drogba were all at one point or another superstars for their clubs and countries and number one choices in their respective positions. To put Scczesny in their company is a bit of a stretch . Don’t you think?

  59. MickyDidIt89 says:

    Sorry William,
    Can I assume Mr Suarez “performed” this afternoon?

  60. Ian Ure Face says:

    I nearly pissed myself watching Suarez eating the arm of Branislav Ivonoarmleft !. hahaha

  61. MickyDidIt89 says:

    That’s it, off to youtube to find this dive

  62. chas says:

    Micky,
    Tom Daley is Bale

  63. William McGoonagal says:

    (ahem)Suarez is hannibal lecter!! MDI ☻ please keep up 😉

  64. chas says:

    Tom,
    It was you who seemed to think a national team’s ranking was indicative of the quality of a player.

    Then some examples were quoted to disprove your theory.

    Not at any time was Szczesny (nor Scczesny) included in such company.

  65. MickyDidIt89 says:

    Bloody Nora. Didn’t find a dive, but a bite.
    The blokes a complete Loon

  66. chas says:

    How else was Suarez meant to get Ivanovic to stop holding on to him?

  67. MickyDidIt89 says:

    Oh ok Chas,
    Could apply to either. Easy mistake when you’re not keeping up 🙂
    Hope you had a good birthday.

  68. Ian Ure Face says:

    If Ivanoarmleft has any sense, he will be straight up A&E for a tetanus injection……have you seen the nashers on that Uraguayan Hound Mound !.

  69. chas says:

    Superb birthday, thanks Micky.

    So pleased Suarez wasn’t sent off for getting peckish else he wouldn’t have been around to score a 97th minute equaliser. 🙂

  70. William McGoonagal says:

    Wasn’t it a Uraguian (sp?) rugby team that had the plane crash in the Andes that time? he could plead cultural thingy like the manure racism row☺

  71. MickyDidIt89 says:

    Fair points Ian and Chas 🙂

  72. MickyDidIt89 says:

    Yip, that should do the trick.
    “Yer Honour, I plead The Cultural Thingy” 🙂

  73. LB says:

    Did I hear correctly, that this isn’t the first time Suarez has been busted for biting someone? I think Jamie Rednapp said that he did the same thing at Ajax and got a seven match ban. Does anyone else know anything about this?

  74. Tom says:

    Chas. let me repeat myself. Szczesny is a Nr 3 keeper for Poland, has been for a while. Thats a fact .He shouldn’t be good enough to be Nr 1 for a club of Arsenal stature and that’s my theory. If you disagree that’s fine but good luck trying to win with him between the sticks.

  75. LB says:

    We all know how dirty the Argentineans are but can you imagine Uruguay, with Suarez and all, playing their country’s most bitter rivals: Argentina………I have watched one of these games……………..it is truly shocking.

  76. William McGoonagal says:

    The legal term is “thingus culturis” my learned friend, make him play in a hannibal muzzel? Vinny Jones bit a hack once on the nose!

  77. Big Raddy says:

    Tom. Thanks for the reply & I see your point. I just do not believe AW is solely responsible for our decline, there are other factors as well.

    Suarez. It is true that Uruguayans are racially partial to human flesh. The early Spanish explorers into the region wrote of their cannibalism and it is still part of the national psyche.

    That said, what is wrong with biting a Chav?

  78. LB says:

    Cazorla is Spain’s forth choice AM

    Sometimes countries produce a lot of talented players who all play in one position.

    Xavi, Iniesta and our old friend Cesc Fàbregas.

    Szezcney has been superb since his enforced sabbatical.

  79. LB says:

    “That said, what is wrong with biting a Chav?”

    ROLF

  80. MickyDidIt89 says:

    Raddy
    Anyone would think you know something about explorers 🙂

  81. William McGoonagal says:

    WIKI: Uruguayan Air Force Flight 571, SPOOKY… they WERE Uraguain(sp?)☻ (they only had a load of frozen in flight meals so they were pretty desperate☺)

  82. Bayonne Jean says:

    Suarez often makes a meal of it on the pitch, but this was a bit much…and for what was undoubtedly his last act ever in the premiership, he scores with the last bite of the cherry!

    And, top ten plays on the Suarez Ipod:

    10. “Bite My Tongue” – You Me At Six
    9. “Bite The Bullet” – Neil Young
    8. “Love Bites” – Def Leppard
    7. “Bite The Hand” – Megadeath
    6. “Don’t Bite The Hand That Feeds You” – RATT
    5. “Bite Down” – Boys N Da Hood
    4. “Chewy Chewy” – Ohio Express
    3. “I’ll Bite Your Face Off” – Alice Cooper
    2. “Once Bitten Twice Shy” – Great White
    and
    1. cue Freddy Mercury! “Another One Bites The Dust” – Queen

  83. Gooner In Exile says:

    It was the way Ivanovic minced off the pitch being cuddled by Lampard that made me laugh. It was all a bit “but mum he bit me”

  84. Tom says:

    Chas . Show me another back-up of a back -up of a player playing for any country at any position who is a starter for a big European club with title aspirations, and then you can say you disproved my theory. Otherwise ,just check my spelling because it seems to me that’s all you know.

  85. Shard says:

    Tom..

    .Szczesny started as first choice keeper for Poland at their home Euros. How many matches have Poland played since then? How many, if any, coincided with the time of his injury? Who played instead of him?

    Besides, Goalkeeper is a little bit of a specialist position in case you didn’t notice. While a midfielder who is good enough to only be 3rd choice in one position, can also play (through lack of other options) in one of the other outfield spots as 1st choice. A goalkeeper can’t and as such remains third choice. It says nothing about the relative talents of the two players. Simply about opportunity.

    National teams are unimportant to the discussion anyway. A NT picks its players based on club form. Not vice versa.

  86. LB says:

    I thought I just did that……………….Cazorla.

  87. MickyDidIt89 says:

    LB Hi
    Changing tack. Little game. We’re at home to Swansea in a one off game. Who’s you first choice front three?

  88. MickyDidIt89 says:

    ps anyone can join in

  89. MickyDidIt89 says:

    Oh God, you’re all watching the x-factor. I know, because I can hear it in the next room 😦

  90. William McGoonagal says:

    it’s britain’s got talent !! you’re not with it today Mickey tsktsk!!

  91. MickyDidIt89 says:

    Another fair point William.
    I quit 🙂
    Nite all.

  92. Gooner In Exile says:

    Evening all will Mata do or is he a regular for Spain now? What about Torres?

  93. Gooner In Exile says:

    Jermaine Defoe? Ok title ambitions ROLF but…..

  94. Tom says:

    Shard. Yea! I remember that game . He gave away a penalty and got himself sent off. It didn’t work out too good for Poland did it? Look , I’m not trying to belittle Szczesny( he’s my compatriot ) and I see your point. I just believe Wenger has failed to secure enough talent in goal and the back line and it has cost him.

  95. 26may1989 says:

    LB, you’re right that Suarez has form for biting an opponent – I think his ban at Ajax was for slightly longer than seven games but I’m going to go off and check the detail. Back in a mo.

  96. 26may1989 says:

    Nope, you were right LB, it was a seven-match ban – from Wiki:

    ‘On 20 November 2010, Suárez was in trouble again when he bit PSV’s Otman Bakkal on the shoulder during a 0–0 draw. Ajax suspended him for two games and fined him an undisclosed amount which the club said they would donate to a “good cause”. The Dutch daily newspaper De Telegraaf branded Suárez the “Cannibal of Ajax”. The KNVB increased Suárez’s suspension to seven league matches. Suárez apologized for his actions through a video he uploaded to his Facebook page.’

  97. Gooner In Exile says:

    Suarez has apologised for biting Ivanovic, Liverpool will struggle to defend this and keep him.

  98. Gooner In Exile says:

    Chas suggestions for BSRs song:

    GloriaGaynor : I will survive (changed to we obviously)

  99. TT says:

    Tom,

    To your question, look at de Gea, not even part of Spain senior squad, yet still No 1 for ManU, who, no matter how much we hate it, will most likely be champions of the PL again.

    Am not saying Szczesny is equal to de Gea; just that there are many scenarios out there. Things do not have to happen only one way. Take it easy, friend. Enjoy the rest of the season.

  100. Gooner In Exile says:

    TT…add Michael Carrick as another ManUre player not first choice for national team.

  101. 26may1989 says:

    Plus Rafael

  102. Big Raddy says:

    Morning All,

    It also works the other way around.

    How many players are regulars in their National team and yet cannot get into their League teams?

  103. Manthan says:

    Good Morning All,

    Have anybody noticed that Mancini has not fielded a best side and he didn’t make substitution till 90 minute. He knows he has lose the Title now and he don’t want Arsenal to finish in top4.. But frankly AVB is showing his class spurs deserve a point but not 3 points it will be very hard from now on.. If we loose to MANUTD we are out of CL next season 😦 😦 😦

  104. Big Raddy says:

    Relax Manthan.

    We will finish 3rd 😀

  105. MickyDidIt89 says:

    Manthan,
    My Dear Fellow, you have had a lousy weekend. Things will pick up 🙂
    There is zero chance of both Chavs and Spuds winning all their games, and that is not taking into account they have to play each other.

  106. Manthan says:

    BR,

    Hope So.. I am keeping my fingures crossed

  107. MickyDidIt89 says:

    Raddy,
    Secretly, happy with 4th 🙂

  108. Manthan says:

    DIdit,

    They have to play each other is our hope…

  109. chas says:

    Those deriding the quality of Szcz were the very same who demanded his introduction to the first team aged 19 as he was Arsenal’s future.
    Not hindsight. Pffft.

  110. MickyDidIt89 says:

    Manthan
    Oh do cheer up. Our hope is reality. Neither will win all their games and that excludes their own little duel.
    We won’t win all of ours, but with goal difference advantage over Spuds in our pocket, there’s absolutely no reason for your level of doom.

  111. MickyDidIt89 says:

    And and another thing Manthan

    If you do want to do conspiracy then the only team Mankini would like to lose out in this three way struggle would be Chavs not us

  112. Manthan says:

    Didit,

    I feel the same Goal advantage will play a big role this season we have double of spurs goal 😉

  113. evonne says:

    you show no ambition guys
    2nd for me, especially after watching Shitty roll over for Spuds yesterday

  114. Big Raddy says:

    Would be great to see both Norhtern and Southern Oilers fall away

  115. TERRY MANCINI HAIR TRANSPLANT says:

    Manthan Baby, relax. Its in the bag. In fact, i demand that all our players from now on play with there slippers and Mertsacker attires himself in his dressing gown.

    Whilst were at it, lets go a goal down now and again to get the Totnumb fans excited before storming back to win.hahaha

  116. Morning all

    I still think third is on the cards if we want it, we have to win our remaining games but how hard can that be 😉

  117. Big Raddy says:

    Terry 😀 Merts – dressing gown. I can see him in a smoking jacket, one of those red ones with a black velvet collar.

  118. Actually, 2nd would be fantastic evonne 😀

  119. TERRY MANCINI HAIR TRANSPLANT says:

    Yes Raddy, hes a fine Gentelman. However, the smoking jacket is only for serious occasions not batting away Spud supporters hopes.

    As for RVP, Kos should turn up with his sleeping bag and plonk himself on the half way line. When Utd get the ball upfield, he should leap out and do a crunching tackle (you can do a lot of damage in slippers) on Persie making him cry for his mummy. That will teach him. hahaha

  120. Big Raddy says:

    If MU win the title tonight, do you think SAF may rest RvP on Sunday?

  121. TERRY MANCINI HAIR TRANSPLANT says:

    Yes, hes heard Kos is planning the sleeping bag stunt and dosnt what the cry baby humiliated.

    Were going to beat them good Sunday.

  122. evonne says:

    yes peaches 🙂

  123. Shard says:

    BR,

    I think SAF will want to rest him, but I think RVP will want to play and show off.

    Good morning everyone.. just joining in with a comment or two.. No time to stick around these days. But still enjoy reading through AA and the comments whenever I can.

    I agree with evonne. 2nd beckons.. Anyone got a list of ManCity fixtures? 🙂

  124. evonne says:

    Raddy – Fergie owes us to rest the traitor even if they lose tonight. He might also want to spare him from the warm welcome he would receive at the Ems

  125. evonne says:

    Shard – West Ham, Wigan and West Brom at home and Swans away. could be tricky for them

  126. Morning all, so no one got the Michael Jackson references in the post ? Or perhaps you had too much taste to mention it.

  127. chary – very clever 😉

    Did anyone watch Endeavour last night?

  128. Big Raddy says:

    chary. Sorry, I must have had Sunday brain. Obvious now.

  129. On the next Fulham PM we should have a picture of Wacko Jacko with Bubbles captioned: “A celebrity Fulham fan and Gareth Bale” 🙂

    No worries Big Daddy, I immediately think of Jacko and his statue at the Cottage when it comes to Fulham. “Owwww!” (in a high pitched yelp fashion).

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