Bournemouth (A) 14th Jan 13.30

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Bournemouth (A) 14th Jan 13.30

Postby flash gunner » Thu Jan 11, 2018 7:15 am

Easy win Wengers fun bus back on track

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Re: Bournemouth (A) 14th Jan 13.30

Postby falkirk goon » Thu Jan 11, 2018 8:52 am

This is right up there at sewing machine level on my couldntgiveafuckometer :oops:
He needs a win and when he goes we usually do..game will be a pile of shite though.

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Re: Bournemouth (A) 14th Jan 13.30

Postby OneBardGooner » Thu Jan 11, 2018 10:06 am

:yawn:

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Re: Bournemouth (A) 14th Jan 13.30

Postby DB10GOONER » Thu Jan 11, 2018 10:27 am

Wenger's DWTD is kicking in nicely now after the debacle at Forest, so I expect a 4-0 win with a Lacazette hat trick and some silly one-off shit like 2 or 3 assists from Comedy Iwobi... :shock: :lol:


**For "Comedy Iwobi" you can interchange any shit player you like, Bellerin, Elneny, Walcott, Welbeck, Xhaka, Whoever.... one of these planks always has that one decent game per season when Wenger needs him to - it's usually The Welsh Messi-Lite Ramsey.... :roll: :lol:

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Re: Bournemouth (A) 14th Jan 13.30

Postby Bradywasking » Thu Jan 11, 2018 10:44 am

Wenger's DWTD is kicking in nicely now after the debacle at Forest, so I expect a 4-0 win with a Lacazette hat trick and some silly one-off shit like 2 or 3 assists from Comedy Iwobi... :shock: :lol:


**For "Comedy Iwobi" you can interchange any shit player you like, Bellerin, Elneny, Walcott, Welbeck, Xhaka, Whoever.... one of these planks always has that one decent game per season when Wenger needs him to - it's usually The Welsh Messi-Lite Ramsey.... :roll: :lol:
If Ramsey is fit for this we will never see Wilshere in an Arsenal shirt again.. (ok that's a bit over the top ,but I think Ramsey and Xhaka are his preferred pairing)

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Re: Bournemouth (A) 14th Jan 13.30

Postby Midz » Thu Jan 11, 2018 10:55 am

Any news on Wilshire's latest injury?

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Re: Bournemouth (A) 14th Jan 13.30

Postby Jumpers For Goalposts » Thu Jan 11, 2018 10:59 am

Wenger's greatest achievement at Arsenal has been his ability to brainwash the masses into thinking that each match is a stand alone event. That it's not connected to the one before or the one to come.

Each match can be taken on it's own - so a bad defeat can be brushed off (What eez important eez 'ow we respond . . . . ) a draw can be full of mental speeeeerit and any win can show just what a genius he is.

Which is why Bournemouth away is just another part of this living nightmare. Three points towards our 6th place finish - How exciting!

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Re: Bournemouth (A) 14th Jan 13.30

Postby DB10GOONER » Thu Jan 11, 2018 11:09 am

Wenger's greatest achievement at Arsenal has been his ability to brainwash the masses into thinking that each match is a stand alone event. That it's not connected to the one before or the one to come.

Each match can be taken on it's own - so a bad defeat can be brushed off (What eez important eez 'ow we respond . . . . ) a draw can be full of mental speeeeerit and any win can show just what a genius he is.

Which is why Bournemouth away is just another part of this living nightmare. Three points towards our 6th place finish - How exciting!
Never mind brainwashing the masses, he's managed to do it to the media, to pundits, to the owner, to the board, and to other managers as well.

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Re: Bournemouth (A) 14th Jan 13.30

Postby OneBardGooner » Thu Jan 11, 2018 11:24 am

Wenger's greatest achievement at Arsenal has been his ability to brainwash the masses into thinking that each match is a stand alone event. That it's not connected to the one before or the one to come.

Each match can be taken on it's own - so a bad defeat can be brushed off (What eez important eez 'ow we respond . . . . ) a draw can be full of mental speeeeerit and any win can show just what a genius he is.

Which is why Bournemouth away is just another part of this living nightmare. Three points towards our 6th place finish - How exciting!
Never mind brainwashing the masses, he's managed to do it to the media, to pundits, to the owner, to the board, and to other managers as well.
***This Post Comes With A Health & Safety Warning***

I know whatever you do "DO NOT LOOK INTO HIS EYES" - Now you may understand why he says "Look" - and then as the journo or whomever it is does (look - into his eyes) they are forever fuckked.

***You Have Been WARNED***

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Re: Bournemouth (A) 14th Jan 13.30

Postby xisstential » Thu Jan 11, 2018 11:50 am

Any news on Wilshire's latest injury?
Leetle neegle I believe....So about 12 months out, barring a leetle setback.


UPDATE!! SSN........ Wenger says Wilshire injury "not serious" Make that 18 months.

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Re: Bournemouth (A) 14th Jan 13.30

Postby Midz » Thu Jan 11, 2018 5:58 pm

Jacks's career has been plagued by injuries and this is why we should let him go in the summer.

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Re: Bournemouth (A) 14th Jan 13.30

Postby Eboue-Why? » Thu Jan 11, 2018 6:15 pm

Probably a ridiculous question but anybody got a spare tkt? Happy to meet at ground.

(Sorry but no tkt thread!)

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Re: Bournemouth (A) 14th Jan 13.30

Postby xisstential » Thu Jan 11, 2018 6:37 pm

Probably a ridiculous question but anybody got a spare tkt? Happy to meet at ground.

(Sorry but no tkt thread!)
The stadium is tiny, I used to live in the same Rd the stadium is in before Bournemouth got promoted. I still have a lot of family there and a few years ago (when I still cared) I tried to get a ticket and they wanted about £160. I wouldn't pay £16 these days.

Anyway Good luck...Bournemouth is as good a place as any if you must watch our shower play, the stadium being so close to the centre of town.

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Re: Bournemouth (A) 14th Jan 13.30

Postby Eboue-Why? » Thu Jan 11, 2018 6:57 pm

Probably a ridiculous question but anybody got a spare tkt? Happy to meet at ground.

(Sorry but no tkt thread!)
The stadium is tiny, I used to live in the same Rd the stadium is in before Bournemouth got promoted. I still have a lot of family there and a few years ago (when I still cared) I tried to get a ticket and they wanted about £160. I wouldn't pay £16 these days.

Anyway Good luck...Bournemouth is as good a place as any if you must watch our shower play, the stadium being so close to the centre of town.
Oh good so if you’ve got plenty of ‘contacts’ down there I look forward to your pm very soon!

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Re: Bournemouth (A) 14th Jan 13.30

Postby goonersid » Thu Jan 11, 2018 9:03 pm

Jacks's career has been plagued by injuries and this is why we should let him go in the summer.
No!!!!!!!
We should let him go cos he’s fucking SHITE!!!!!!!!


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