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Author:  ohenhen1 [ Fri Mar 13, 2020 7:40 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: The Arsenal FC - Related News and Development for 2019/2

Get well soon Mikel.

Author:  Chief Ogbunigwe [ Fri Mar 13, 2020 8:02 pm ]
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Bigpokey24 wrote:
chei assnal don bring corona come EPL



people are falling ill and dying, and na Arsenal matter concern you?

Author:  Bigpokey24 [ Sat Mar 14, 2020 3:01 am ]
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Chief Ogbunigwe wrote:
Bigpokey24 wrote:
chei assnal don bring corona come EPL



people are falling ill and dying, and na Arsenal matter concern you?

Assnal is cursed

Author:  kajifu [ Sat Mar 14, 2020 5:38 pm ]
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Bigpokey24 wrote:
Chief Ogbunigwe wrote:
Bigpokey24 wrote:
chei assnal don bring corona come EPL



people are falling ill and dying, and na Arsenal matter concern you?

Assnal is cursed

Dude is time to be serious,you beg Danfo to curse a club and you think is funny?When person die as Arsenal player or fan i will report you and danfo because of your hatred of our club.

Author:  Bigpokey24 [ Sun Mar 15, 2020 2:54 pm ]
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kajifu wrote:
Bigpokey24 wrote:
Chief Ogbunigwe wrote:
Bigpokey24 wrote:
chei assnal don bring corona come EPL



people are falling ill and dying, and na Arsenal matter concern you?

Assnal is cursed

Dude is time to be serious,you beg Danfo to curse a club and you think is funny?When person die as Arsenal player or fan i will report you and danfo because of your hatred of our club.

Whatever snitch

Author:  Cito [ Sun Mar 15, 2020 8:20 pm ]
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Chief Ogbunigwe wrote:
Bigpokey24 wrote:
chei assnal don bring corona come EPL



people are falling ill and dying, and na Arsenal matter concern you?


Sad isn't it? :oops:

Author:  Bigpokey24 [ Sun Mar 15, 2020 8:43 pm ]
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Cito wrote:
Chief Ogbunigwe wrote:
Bigpokey24 wrote:
chei assnal don bring corona come EPL



people are falling ill and dying, and na Arsenal matter concern you?


Sad isn't it? :oops:

Another worthless attempt to seek attention...smh you are nothing but a speck ... :arrow:

Author:  cchinukw [ Sun Mar 15, 2020 9:22 pm ]
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danfo driver wrote:
Damunk wrote:
Sleaky72 wrote:
Get well soon Mikel.
Hope this thing ain’t one of the calamities from Revelation.
This is really serious!
Our world may never be the same again.
Calm down.
Your reaction is contributing to the panic.


Times like this, you realize the people who are very ignorant and unintelligent. smh revelation ko, rolling nation ni. And this one will call himself a graduate :oops:

When Ebola was wiping out Africans, no one remembered revelation. Aids came, influenza came, small pox came, nobody remembered revelation. smh.

Ignorant and unintelligent why? Because he mentioned Revelations?

SMH

Everyone is entitled to an opinion. It doesn't make them unintelligent. It's a valid concern albeit not of interest to you.

Author:  Bigpokey24 [ Mon Mar 16, 2020 2:05 am ]
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cchinukw wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
Damunk wrote:
Sleaky72 wrote:
Get well soon Mikel.
Hope this thing ain’t one of the calamities from Revelation.
This is really serious!
Our world may never be the same again.
Calm down.
Your reaction is contributing to the panic.


Times like this, you realize the people who are very ignorant and unintelligent. smh revelation ko, rolling nation ni. And this one will call himself a graduate :oops:

When Ebola was wiping out Africans, no one remembered revelation. Aids came, influenza came, small pox came, nobody remembered revelation. smh.

Ignorant and unintelligent why? Because he mentioned Revelations?

SMH

Everyone is entitled to an opinion. It doesn't make them unintelligent. It's a valid concern albeit not of interest to you.

It's very unintelligent, similar to bible belters who called Obama the anti christ

Author:  tolahs [ Mon Mar 16, 2020 2:57 pm ]
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Dem days - Gooner_nation!!!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XfZp0gQ6je4

Author:  cchinukw [ Tue Mar 17, 2020 12:09 am ]
Post subject:  Re: The Arsenal FC - Related News and Development for 2019/2

Bigpokey24 wrote:
cchinukw wrote:
danfo driver wrote:
Damunk wrote:
Sleaky72 wrote:
Get well soon Mikel.
Hope this thing ain’t one of the calamities from Revelation.
This is really serious!
Our world may never be the same again.
Calm down.
Your reaction is contributing to the panic.


Times like this, you realize the people who are very ignorant and unintelligent. smh revelation ko, rolling nation ni. And this one will call himself a graduate :oops:

When Ebola was wiping out Africans, no one remembered revelation. Aids came, influenza came, small pox came, nobody remembered revelation. smh.

Ignorant and unintelligent why? Because he mentioned Revelations?

SMH

Everyone is entitled to an opinion. It doesn't make them unintelligent. It's a valid concern albeit not of interest to you.

It's very unintelligent, similar to bible belters who called Obama the anti christ

That was unintelligent. This is a valid observation of events that can be referenced in scripture. What is unintelligent about observing the seeming helplessness of the authorities in the light of what is unarguably ranks among the greatest challenges of our lifetime and taking solace in the fact that events like this were foretold centuries ago?

It is stupidity to label a valid observation as unintelligent.

Author:  Bigpokey24 [ Tue Mar 17, 2020 8:02 am ]
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You call cono greatest event of our lifetime? Smh...wars etc , murdering of Jews, African, etc be what again. Civil wars in naija, boko etc.....nah this one una choose to state rapture eh?. .. anyways this thread is about assanal hoping for the league to be canceled. I laugh at you Africans who beats una chest shouting they know the scriptures more than everyone..Interpreting the scriptures to fit their own secular beliefs...smh...these same so called Nigerian Christians will be on these same forum insulting and swearing.... no difference from the evangelicals who vote trump or the fake Christians who were slave owners....

Author:  cchinukw [ Tue Mar 17, 2020 4:42 pm ]
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Bigpokey24 wrote:
You call cono greatest event of our lifetime? Smh...wars etc , murdering of Jews, African, etc be what again. Civil wars in naija, boko etc.....nah this one una choose to state rapture eh?. .. anyways this thread is about assanal hoping for the league to be canceled. I laugh at you Africans who beats una chest shouting they know the scriptures more than everyone..Interpreting the scriptures to fit their own secular beliefs...smh...these same so called Nigerian Christians will be on these same forum insulting and swearing.... no difference from the evangelicals who vote trump or the fake Christians who were slave owners....

Ingrish na ya problem.

"Arguably ranks among"

See ya life? Maybe na that Yankee turkey wey you dey chop :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:

Fer real sha, all man gat to stop posturing like they know what time it is. About 3 months ago we were ushering in the New Year and making plans like we own ourselves.

Man ≠ GOD (QED).

Author:  Coach [ Sun Mar 22, 2020 11:34 am ]
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Huge donations from the Bundesliga boys to support Germany’s superior health system, action potentials somewhat slower amongst the Premier Leagues millionaires as the NHS teeters on the brink of collapse. “He’s one of our own, he’s one of our own...” and how fortunate the footballer for the fickle forgetfulness of the fan. As their local hospital caved in, overwhelmed by the authority that is Covid19, as the pleas of frontline combatants for the weapons to protect themselves in the battle to treat others, fell on deaf ears...the question is, was he? Were they? When you needed them most, when their hundreds of thousands a week could’ve equipped staff with protective face masks, when a drop of water from their fiscal ocean could’ve spared health care professionals from donning bin bags to shield themselves before facing a foe from which they were cowering, were they really, “one of your own?”.

‘Tis said Covid19 demands a communal effort and yet, how that community has found itself composed of islands cut apart by sea, as this microbial tsunami rages. Lewandoski has donated €1m, Sane, Kimmich, it is a sorry depiction of the Premier league, that “our own” superstars have shown the superficiality behind their kissed badges and heart shaped hand gestures. Fortunately the Battle of Ogbuefi will fast be forgotten the moment a ball bounces.

Yes there are food banks being opened, Daniel Levy has offered advice, Beloved has offered phone calls and online coaching courses. City and United managed to scrape together £100K combined and Declan Rice had a chit-chat with West Ham’s oldest fan. Newcastle have offered metric tons of cold meat and Crystal Palace have offered hospitality staff job security and salary. And yet, still, the story from the frontlines are bleak, where is the effort from their multi-million pound leviathans and their myriad multi-millionaire primadonnas to support the shoulders of society carrying the bulk of the burden?

‘Tis a shame that it will have taken the boys of the Bundesliga to remind the Premierships privileged of the part they can and should be playing. To the millions of fans, now battling a relentless foe on the frontlines of the NHS, with no sign of half-time, full time or break in play for respite and refreshments, Football has failed You.

Author:  Bigpokey24 [ Sun Mar 22, 2020 2:37 pm ]
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Lewandowski donated 1 million..now that's massive

Author:  peron33uk [ Wed Mar 25, 2020 9:39 am ]
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Interesting Read:

https://www.skysports.com/football/news/11670/11963142/why-cesc-fabregas-left-arsenal-for-barcelona-in-2011

Quote:
Cesc Fabregas says he left Arsenal for Barcelona in 2011 for a number of reasons, including his relationship with some former team-mates, pressure on winning trophies and the club's lack of recruitment.

Fabregas joined Arsenal from Barca as a 15-year-old in 2003 and went on to make 303 appearances across all competitions before returning to the Nou Camp, where he then joined Chelsea, and now plays for Monaco in Ligue 1.

In a wide-ranging interview with Arseblog, the 32-year-old spoke openly about his decision to leave the Gunners nine years ago, citing a number of different reasons, admitting that he felt Robin van Persie and Samir Nasri were the only players "on his level" and that he had many "sleepless nights".

"I was the captain, I always felt so much pressure on myself," Fabregas said. "I had to lead this team to win something. I gave everything. Sometimes, I used to go home after we lost and I used to cry.

"I used to suffer, I used to spend sleepless nights suffering. And then you lose a game, you're in the bus like this, destroyed, and then you hear some players laughing, thinking about where they will be going out later.

"This was going on for a few years. We were playing beautiful football and I enjoyed that side of things but I was putting pressure on myself to lead, to do everything and at one point I felt kind of lonely.

"Especially in the last two or three years, I felt Robin and Samir were the only players - it's not an arrogant thing to say, it's how I felt at that time - were the players who were at my level mentally and technically.

"Many things came in my head, I have to admit I was a bit empty, I was drained mentally, physically, in my soul knowing I'm giving everything, knowing a few signings the club could have made but didn't happen.

"Seeing some behaviors from certain players or something like this made me feel I wanted to check something else. If it was not because of that, I would not have left Arsenal at that time."

Author:  peron33uk [ Wed Mar 25, 2020 9:42 am ]
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peron33uk wrote:
Interesting Read:

https://www.skysports.com/football/news/11670/11963142/why-cesc-fabregas-left-arsenal-for-barcelona-in-2011

Quote:
Cesc Fabregas says he left Arsenal for Barcelona in 2011 for a number of reasons, including his relationship with some former team-mates, pressure on winning trophies and the club's lack of recruitment.

Fabregas joined Arsenal from Barca as a 15-year-old in 2003 and went on to make 303 appearances across all competitions before returning to the Nou Camp, where he then joined Chelsea, and now plays for Monaco in Ligue 1.

In a wide-ranging interview with Arseblog, the 32-year-old spoke openly about his decision to leave the Gunners nine years ago, citing a number of different reasons, admitting that he felt Robin van Persie and Samir Nasri were the only players "on his level" and that he had many "sleepless nights".

"I was the captain, I always felt so much pressure on myself," Fabregas said. "I had to lead this team to win something. I gave everything. Sometimes, I used to go home after we lost and I used to cry.

"I used to suffer, I used to spend sleepless nights suffering. And then you lose a game, you're in the bus like this, destroyed, and then you hear some players laughing, thinking about where they will be going out later.

"This was going on for a few years. We were playing beautiful football and I enjoyed that side of things but I was putting pressure on myself to lead, to do everything and at one point I felt kind of lonely.

"Especially in the last two or three years, I felt Robin and Samir were the only players - it's not an arrogant thing to say, it's how I felt at that time - were the players who were at my level mentally and technically.

"Many things came in my head, I have to admit I was a bit empty, I was drained mentally, physically, in my soul knowing I'm giving everything, knowing a few signings the club could have made but didn't happen.

"Seeing some behaviors from certain players or something like this made me feel I wanted to check something else. If it was not because of that, I would not have left Arsenal at that time."


Would have been good to havee someone like a keane in those days. Drop kick would be good for them.

Author:  theYemster [ Thu Mar 26, 2020 12:31 pm ]
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peron33uk wrote:
peron33uk wrote:
Interesting Read:

https://www.skysports.com/football/news/11670/11963142/why-cesc-fabregas-left-arsenal-for-barcelona-in-2011

Quote:
Cesc Fabregas says he left Arsenal for Barcelona in 2011 for a number of reasons, including his relationship with some former team-mates, pressure on winning trophies and the club's lack of recruitment.

Fabregas joined Arsenal from Barca as a 15-year-old in 2003 and went on to make 303 appearances across all competitions before returning to the Nou Camp, where he then joined Chelsea, and now plays for Monaco in Ligue 1.

In a wide-ranging interview with Arseblog, the 32-year-old spoke openly about his decision to leave the Gunners nine years ago, citing a number of different reasons, admitting that he felt Robin van Persie and Samir Nasri were the only players "on his level" and that he had many "sleepless nights".

"I was the captain, I always felt so much pressure on myself," Fabregas said. "I had to lead this team to win something. I gave everything. Sometimes, I used to go home after we lost and I used to cry.

"I used to suffer, I used to spend sleepless nights suffering. And then you lose a game, you're in the bus like this, destroyed, and then you hear some players laughing, thinking about where they will be going out later.

"This was going on for a few years. We were playing beautiful football and I enjoyed that side of things but I was putting pressure on myself to lead, to do everything and at one point I felt kind of lonely.

"Especially in the last two or three years, I felt Robin and Samir were the only players - it's not an arrogant thing to say, it's how I felt at that time - were the players who were at my level mentally and technically.

"Many things came in my head, I have to admit I was a bit empty, I was drained mentally, physically, in my soul knowing I'm giving everything, knowing a few signings the club could have made but didn't happen.

"Seeing some behaviors from certain players or something like this made me feel I wanted to check something else. If it was not because of that, I would not have left Arsenal at that time."


Would have been good to havee someone like a keane in those days. Drop kick would be good for them.

I'd add Rosicky to that list, at least technically speaking.

Author:  kajifu [ Fri Mar 27, 2020 1:56 am ]
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theYemster wrote:
peron33uk wrote:
peron33uk wrote:
Interesting Read:

https://www.skysports.com/football/news/11670/11963142/why-cesc-fabregas-left-arsenal-for-barcelona-in-2011

Quote:
Cesc Fabregas says he left Arsenal for Barcelona in 2011 for a number of reasons, including his relationship with some former team-mates, pressure on winning trophies and the club's lack of recruitment.

Fabregas joined Arsenal from Barca as a 15-year-old in 2003 and went on to make 303 appearances across all competitions before returning to the Nou Camp, where he then joined Chelsea, and now plays for Monaco in Ligue 1.

In a wide-ranging interview with Arseblog, the 32-year-old spoke openly about his decision to leave the Gunners nine years ago, citing a number of different reasons, admitting that he felt Robin van Persie and Samir Nasri were the only players "on his level" and that he had many "sleepless nights".

"I was the captain, I always felt so much pressure on myself," Fabregas said. "I had to lead this team to win something. I gave everything. Sometimes, I used to go home after we lost and I used to cry.

"I used to suffer, I used to spend sleepless nights suffering. And then you lose a game, you're in the bus like this, destroyed, and then you hear some players laughing, thinking about where they will be going out later.

"This was going on for a few years. We were playing beautiful football and I enjoyed that side of things but I was putting pressure on myself to lead, to do everything and at one point I felt kind of lonely.

"Especially in the last two or three years, I felt Robin and Samir were the only players - it's not an arrogant thing to say, it's how I felt at that time - were the players who were at my level mentally and technically.

"Many things came in my head, I have to admit I was a bit empty, I was drained mentally, physically, in my soul knowing I'm giving everything, knowing a few signings the club could have made but didn't happen.

"Seeing some behaviors from certain players or something like this made me feel I wanted to check something else. If it was not because of that, I would not have left Arsenal at that time."


Would have been good to havee someone like a keane in those days. Drop kick would be good for them.

I'd add Rosicky to that list, at least technically speaking.

I will add Wilshere too

Author:  Gunzilla [ Wed Apr 01, 2020 6:07 pm ]
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theYemster wrote:
peron33uk wrote:
peron33uk wrote:
Interesting Read:

https://www.skysports.com/football/news/11670/11963142/why-cesc-fabregas-left-arsenal-for-barcelona-in-2011

Quote:
Cesc Fabregas says he left Arsenal for Barcelona in 2011 for a number of reasons, including his relationship with some former team-mates, pressure on winning trophies and the club's lack of recruitment.

Fabregas joined Arsenal from Barca as a 15-year-old in 2003 and went on to make 303 appearances across all competitions before returning to the Nou Camp, where he then joined Chelsea, and now plays for Monaco in Ligue 1.

In a wide-ranging interview with Arseblog, the 32-year-old spoke openly about his decision to leave the Gunners nine years ago, citing a number of different reasons, admitting that he felt Robin van Persie and Samir Nasri were the only players "on his level" and that he had many "sleepless nights".

"I was the captain, I always felt so much pressure on myself," Fabregas said. "I had to lead this team to win something. I gave everything. Sometimes, I used to go home after we lost and I used to cry.

"I used to suffer, I used to spend sleepless nights suffering. And then you lose a game, you're in the bus like this, destroyed, and then you hear some players laughing, thinking about where they will be going out later.

"This was going on for a few years. We were playing beautiful football and I enjoyed that side of things but I was putting pressure on myself to lead, to do everything and at one point I felt kind of lonely.

"Especially in the last two or three years, I felt Robin and Samir were the only players - it's not an arrogant thing to say, it's how I felt at that time - were the players who were at my level mentally and technically.

"Many things came in my head, I have to admit I was a bit empty, I was drained mentally, physically, in my soul knowing I'm giving everything, knowing a few signings the club could have made but didn't happen.

"Seeing some behaviors from certain players or something like this made me feel I wanted to check something else. If it was not because of that, I would not have left Arsenal at that time."


Would have been good to havee someone like a keane in those days. Drop kick would be good for them.

I'd add Rosicky to that list, at least technically speaking.


I was thinking the same too..shame about all his injuries...I still love my Fab 4. Amazing player ! I would have done the same thing he did too...especially back to my childhood and home team Barcelona...it was a no brainer..

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