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wurzel
27th February 2011, 17:58
Gutted, absolutely gutted. :mad

MarillionFan
27th February 2011, 18:01
When did you last have any silverware?

AtW
27th February 2011, 18:05
:music:

First good thing Arsenal lost, and second Birmingham City ground can be seen right out of SKA office. :banana:

Doggy Styles
27th February 2011, 18:08
Good on the Bluenoses.

darmstadt
27th February 2011, 18:11
:music:

First good thing Arsenal lost, and second Birmingham City ground can be seen right out of SKA office. :banana:

This one: (http://www.scarborougheveningnews.co.uk/webimage/104231b_mccain_stadium_b_ns_1_2287317%21image/2057582455.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_595/2057582455.jpg)

wurzel
27th February 2011, 18:22
I thought Birmingham played some good stuff but we should have finished them off in the second half - they were on their knees. But to lose to a monumental cock up like that is just too much to bear.

Never mind, got a crate of Leffe Brune out the back. Might give tomorrow a miss:eyes

suityou01
27th February 2011, 18:33
But you did so well against Barcelona. :confused:

<titter>

Doggy Styles
27th February 2011, 18:37
When did you last have any silverware?When they last had Vierra, and a midfield and defence with plenty of no-nonsense hard bastards.

'Beautiful football' is OK if you like watching passing ad nauseum, but when it comes to English top level perhaps direct styles are more effective like Man Utd, Spurs, Chelsea and Blackpool.

FiveTimes
27th February 2011, 19:22
get in there blue boys :banana:

My only worry is what will the zulus be like in Europe :fight:

stek
27th February 2011, 19:23
When they last had Vierra, and a midfield and defence with plenty of no-nonsense hard bastards.

'Beautiful football' is OK if you like watching passing ad nauseum, but when it comes to English top level perhaps direct styles are more effective like Man Utd, Spurs, Chelsea and Blackpool.

I prefer tough, hard tackling footy, none of this passing lark - Bolton Wanderers are my team, I dunno whats going on there, Coyle has them passing it around now, Kevin Davies tho - my hero....

shaunbhoy
28th February 2011, 08:51
Kevin Davies tho - my hero....

Tell him to buck his ideas up then. I am getting low on transfers and have him in my Fantasy Footy team. He is not getting me many points!! :tantrum:

fullyautomatix
28th February 2011, 09:04
Absolutely gutted!:mad:

I wonder if this season will also be bare!

d000hg
28th February 2011, 09:51
Bit of a shame since I admire Wenger's attitude of not trying to buy a team, but it was a great game for a neutral.

Doggy Styles
28th February 2011, 10:03
I prefer tough, hard tackling footy, none of this passing lark - Bolton Wanderers are my team, I dunno whats going on there, Coyle has them passing it around now, Kevin Davies tho - my hero....I don't mind spells of passing, but with Wenger it seems the b-all and end-all of being on the pitch.

They don't handle 'robust' teams very well. If Tony Adams were dead today he'd be turning in his grave.

Still, Wenger's done brilliantly to keep Arsenal competitive even if they haven't won anything for ages.

BTW Kevin Davies is indeed a fine player.

stek
28th February 2011, 12:45
BTW Kevin Davies is indeed a fine player.

I remember a game a few season back where we had a corner, KD ambles over to the touchline with his middle finger at 90% - totally dislocated. Walks over to physio, he pops it back into place and off goes KD for the corner. Over in seconds, not even a grimace.

I like that over the histrionics we get now

Doggy Styles
28th February 2011, 14:22
I remember a game a few season back where we had a corner, KD ambles over to the touchline with his middle finger at 90% - totally dislocated. Walks over to physio, he pops it back into place and off goes KD for the corner. Over in seconds, not even a grimace.

I like that over the histrionics we get nowThere aren't many like that left, and those that are seem to be bete noires of the game. I'm thinking Terry and Barton.

Vinny Jones was the ultimate "that didn't hurt" footballer from the last 25 years. Although I use the term footballer loosely.

FiveTimes
28th February 2011, 14:31
There aren't many like that left, and those that are seem to be bete noires of the game. I'm thinking Terry and Barton.

Vinny Jones was the ultimate "that didn't hurt" footballer from the last 25 years. Although I use the term footballer loosely.

You can add Jamie Carragher to the list.