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Well Done Arsenal Bad Luck Hull

Discussion in 'Humour' started by Duncan, May 18, 2014.

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    Duncan

    Duncan Moderator Staff Member Premium Member

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    Despite Hull's overwhelming financial firepower, home advantage and early dominance of the game. The gunners fought back heroically grasping victory from the jaws of defeat in extra time.

    Enjoy the victory parade you are David to Hull's Goliath.:tup:
     
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    Duncan

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    ....of course Wenger could retire on a high. But he won't. Like Fergusson, he will overstay his welcome and sacrifice the clubs future success on the alter of his ego.:tdn:
     
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    ISS Son of Victor Meldrew Premium Member

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    I see the glory supporter has become our resident football pundit ;-)
     
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    Sorry, I missed that. I remember the FA cup when I was a lad and it actually mattered!
     
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    captaincloser View from the Crow's nest

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    I'm not even 30 but I think CC has hit the nail on the head. When you're young these things matter a whole lot more! Some people carry on with it being the centre of the universe but for the rest of us what usually happens is life - job/business, family, friends - take over and become more important so rather than number 1 priority its somewhere later and not even top 10 for many!

    I think as kids we all dreamed at some point of becoming a pro footballer which in itself ramps up the significance of the important games, as they're the ones you dream of being involved in.
     
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    I support Arsenal but I am really ashamed by the fact that a player who has played no more than 10 games during the whole season has lifted the cup (Vermalelen). I'm sad because there is no leader in this team. Sad.
     

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