PSG v Arsenal F.C. – Oh Miss Jones!

Our second game in the International Waste of Time Cup sees us face the French champions.

Luckily they’ll be without Mbappe and that Brazilian with all the Baftas so it should be a stroll in the Jardin des Tuileries.

Expect more player rotation and very little to indicate which direction Unai’s Arsenal is headed.

Cmon you Rip Roaring Gunners!

 

 

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46 Responses to PSG v Arsenal F.C. – Oh Miss Jones!

  1. mickydidit89 says:

    Thanks Chas

    Waste of Time you say. Fair enough, but I think Emery has two . games after this to nail team pattern and eleven, so last one for dicking about.

    As I said on yesterday’s page, GN5 aired concerns we’re going back to boring 1-0 to the arsenal days.

    Well with Eddie saying Ollie was coming back, then Emery should know I’ll be starting the OUT campaign if he thinks for one second us purists are going to put up with all that trophies at the expense of goals shit

  2. chas says:

    haha, these johnny-come-lately, plastic, goal-hunting supporters that have only been around since John Roberts and Ian Ure were the most formidable central defensive pairing on the planet, make me sick. 🙂

  3. chas says:

    It was the calling it the International Champions Cup notion that you could decide every game on penalties to award a completely meaningless title which was the waste of time.

    Pre-season friendlies are essential so that Emery can see how his players perform in match scenarios.

  4. chas says:

    Oh dear, over 500 views already, with only a handful having any notion what the Rigsby reference and photo of Danny De Vito are doing in an Arsenal pre-match. hehe

  5. mickydidit89 says:

    ha ha ha Chas, you got it 🙂

    Although smiley faces aside, I won’t give Emery long as it will quickly become clear where we’re going and my season’s mantra will be “nip it in the bud”

  6. chas says:

    Some idiot replied to a joke tweet about it being disgraceful that Emery’s Arsenal should lose to Atletico on penalties, by saying that we should give him until the end of September at least!

  7. chas says:

  8. mickydidit89 says:

    Brilliant, love it 🙂

    Obvious question is: why wait until the end of September? If the man is a wrong ‘un, he’s a wrong ‘un, no?

  9. Eddie says:

    GN5 is still in love with Wenger, he is bound to be critical of Emery for a while and at least until Emery achieves something.

    How can anybody judge a manager after 1 game at the job? It is simply not possible, even a year in a job is not enough. Did Pep shine after the first season? No he didn’t

    However, if Emery fails miserably we are in trouble. Arsenal will not pay him millions to leave early, they will keep him until the end of 2020/2021 season. some of us won’t be around to see it 🙂

  10. mickydidit89 says:

    Whoa, steady Eddie

    GN5 recognised it was time for change regarding Arsene, although I believe he rightly called for a respectful marriage break up

    Now your other point. Agree you cannot judge after one game but what I’m looking for are early signals which will be very apparent

    One whiff of a results at all costs approach and out will come the A4, and I have plenty to go around. I’ll be distributing outside Gate 94 after two home games

  11. Eddie says:

    “Brazilian with all the Baftas” – who is that??

  12. Eddie says:

    I think we should have a poll about GN5 and what he meant 🙂

    “One whiff of a results at all costs approach” is hillarious. There will be games that you’d be relieved we won ugly. Not every game, but some meetings should be like that – points in the bag now, and we can play pretty against Bournemouth.

  13. mickydidit89 says:

    Relieved at winning ugly? Seriously?

    Arsene got the boot for two reasons. Tippy tappy and Ollie style hoof ball.

    Emery should be clear there is a new ruthless streak within Kroenke Towers and either of those styles, or defensive bollocks, won’t be tolerated

  14. mickydidit89 says:

    I have completely forgotten what I do when it’s chucking it down with rain and hail.

  15. Eddie says:

    yep, if we can beat City, ManU, chavs, scoucers and scum playing the worst football imaginable – I would be happy. Not fussy when it comes to glory

  16. VP of Oz says:

    for Eddie, Brazilian with all the Baftas

  17. Eddie says:

    I see 🙂 🙂 very funny

  18. mickydidit89 says:

    Arsenal will be debuting their newly-released third kit in this game, with Puma describing the colours as ‘Biscay Green’ with ‘Peacoat Navy’

    ROLF 🙄

  19. GunnerN5 says:

    Hold on a minute, I have simply stated that the FEW games that I’ve seen of Emery’s previous teams appeared to be defensive in nature and that is not my preferred style of play – I prefer an attacking game and not the boring GG football.

    I have NEVER even in our darkest days called for the sacking of a manager and I NEVER will.

    I make no apologies for fully supporting Wenger who brought us greater football and more successes than any Arsenal manager in my lifetime. My point all along was that he should have been allowed to leave on his terms with his head held high,

    As I said yesterday I feel this will be a classical type of transitional season with the players learning a different style of play and the manager testing out his players and system. I have low expectations for those reasons – not because we have a new manager – who I hope is very successful.

    Having now watched the Atletico game on Arsenal.com I have no reason to believe that Emery is another GG.

  20. fred1266 says:

  21. GunnerN5 says:

    Arsenal up 1-0 – Ozil at 13 minutes.

  22. fred1266 says:

  23. fred1266 says:

    Iwobi just knew he would miss

  24. fred1266 says:

    Damn mkhitaryan lazy

  25. chas says:

    Fred
    You’re such a negative nob head 😆

  26. chas says:

  27. LBG says:

    Sokratis the assist master from the back.

  28. fred1266 says:

  29. LBG says:

    Any sign of those second and third goals?

  30. fred1266 says:

  31. fred1266 says:

  32. LBG says:

    Goals, goals, goals! All for Micky.

  33. mickydidit89 says:

    Emery IN IN IN

    Thanks updates and vids as on mobile

  34. fred1266 says:

  35. Eddie says:

    5:1?? did PSG not turn up or did they play the juniors?

  36. Eddie says:

    i am happy to see you happy LB. I missed the game, but was chuffed to see the scoreline, excellent.

    It wasn’t ozil who scored the firsts, it was Captain Mezut Ozil, how sexy does that sound?

    xhaka is swiss albanian

  37. Eddie says:

    sorry Swiss Kosovan

  38. mickydidit89 says:

    Don’t want to read the LB now as I want to get stuck in and savour tomorrow morning. Can’t wait

    Mesut as Captain….. superb news

    Must go

    http://arsenalist.com/f/2018-19/arsenal-vs-psg-5-1-highlights-sjjat.html

  39. fatgingergooner says:

    Zero interest in the result. Very little interest in the performance either (early pre season doesn’t count for much), but I’m very very excited to hear a manager come out after a game and talk about tactics and his ideas on how he wants us to play. The talk of pressing and high intensity has me excited and I cannot wait to see how we get on this season.

    After a short time in the wilderness, we finally look to have a manager who can give this group an identity and get the fans on board. When we were successful under Wenger, we had a team who played the same way regardless of which players were on the pitch. We seemed to lose that towards the end where only our best 11 players could raise a performance, but I’m hopeful that could change under Emery.

  40. fatgingergooner says:

    PEA golden boot this season.

  41. Maxwell says:

    Hi guys. LB wonders what it is that’s different in the air. My observations, amateurish though they be, can be summarised in three words. Pierre. Emerick. Aubameyang.

    He never EVER stops smiling. And if you look at training vids/photos, publicity moments like the new kit launch, or even match time, Mesut seems to have taken a real shine to him.

    I think he’s going to turn out to be a phenomenal signing, not just for his goals, and general play, but for his esprit de corps (a while back I posited a theory about Wenger’s handover: well here’s another one – the arrival of Mkhitaryan, PEA and Sokratis, all from BD, almost at once is no coincidence). And I agree furthermore with FGG. Bring on the Golden Boot!

    And I love you all guys, my favourite site for personalities.

  42. chas says:

    NEW POST

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