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YossieYossie Posts: 2,600
edited August 2011 in The bottom bracket
Today's scoreline.

WTF? Am in disbelief (and I'm a neutral).

Discuss.

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  • -spider--spider- Posts: 2,548
    I'd 8 - 2 be an Arsenal fan

    -Spider-
  • Homer JHomer J Posts: 920
    Javelin
  • Homer JHomer J Posts: 920
    Sunday humor :roll:
  • -spider--spider- Posts: 2,548
    Homer J wrote:
    Javelin

    Sorry - didn't catch that.

    -Spider-
  • -spider- wrote:
    I'd 8 - 2 be an Arsenal fan

    :lol: You could wait for years before that joke worked out.

    I've been struggling to get into football this year but I think I'll be watching MotD 2 tonight!
  • anto164anto164 Posts: 3,500
    -spider- wrote:
    I'd 8 - 2 be an Arsenal fan

    Ahh, i was going to say that!
  • Smokin JoeSmokin Joe Posts: 2,706
    Bitter sweet day for Spurs fans though :D
  • MichaelWMichaelW Posts: 2,164
    cough-Malaysian betting syndicate-cough
  • Gazzetta67Gazzetta67 Posts: 1,890
    Geraint Thomas is quiet - His team got Horsed :D
  • izzaizza Posts: 1,561
    Took my 5 year old today. His first game at Old Trafford.

    Think he got spoilt a bit!! Anderson extracting the urine from the Gooners' keeper at each free kick was a joy to watch.
  • RichN95.RichN95. Posts: 25,881
    izza wrote:
    Took my 5 year old today. His first game at Old Trafford.

    Think he got spoilt a bit!! .

    You poor sod. He's going to expect every game to be like that now. Grinding out a 1-0 win over a resilient Everton isn't going to cut it for him.

    A word of encouragement for Arsenal fans: As a West Ham fan, I can assure you that they Championship is a lot of fun. You'll enjoy it.
    Twitter: @RichN95
  • verylonglegsverylonglegs Posts: 3,680
    So many Arsenal fans still don't realise the wait for their next title will be as long as Liverpool's.
  • kettrinboykettrinboy Posts: 613
    Watching this brought back memories of watching Man U thrashing Northampton Town 8-2 back in 1970 when i was a kid and supported Town at the time, Bestie scored an incredible 6 goals i think.
  • timmyturbotimmyturbo Posts: 617
    MichaelW wrote:
    cough-Malaysian betting syndicate-cough

    very funny :mrgreen: my footie philosophy is normally who cares who wins , but 8 - 2 slaughter ffs .

    i think you will like this sketch

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MusyO7J2inM
    Britannia waives the rules
  • I know he's talented and young but Ashley Young has settled into the United team so quickly that he looks like he's been there all his career. It probably can't last but he looks like a perfect signing for the team.
  • MichaelWMichaelW Posts: 2,164
    timmyturbo wrote:
    i think you will like this sketch

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MusyO7J2inM

    A Mitchell and Webb classic, exactly how I feel about The Football.
  • Smokin Joe wrote:
    Bitter sweet day for Spurs fans though :D

    Only thing I'm glad about is that there are no City fans at work. I will quietly enjoy the Manure ar5e banter though.
  • -spider--spider- Posts: 2,548
    Smokin Joe wrote:
    Bitter sweet day for Spurs fans though :D

    Only thing I'm glad about is that there are no City fans at work. I will quietly enjoy the Manure ar5e banter though.

    Bet that result was a bit of a relief to you 'spurs fans.

    -Spider-
  • Smokin JoeSmokin Joe Posts: 2,706
    Smokin Joe wrote:
    Bitter sweet day for Spurs fans though :D

    Only thing I'm glad about is that there are no City fans at work. I will quietly enjoy the Manure ar5e banter though.
    What's going down with 'Arry's spat with HMRC, Stewie? (Apart from 'Arry, that is).

    I thought he was due in court in July.
  • Smokin Joe wrote:
    Smokin Joe wrote:
    Bitter sweet day for Spurs fans though :D

    Only thing I'm glad about is that there are no City fans at work. I will quietly enjoy the Manure ar5e banter though.
    What's going down with 'Arry's spat with HMRC, Stewie? (Apart from 'Arry, that is).

    I thought he was due in court in July.

    Teflon 'arry. 8)
  • Smokin JoeSmokin Joe Posts: 2,706
    He's done a great job at Spurs, I'll grant you that.

    They were second from bottom when he took over, now look where they are :D
  • Smokin Joe wrote:
    He's done a great job at Spurs, I'll grant you that.

    They were second from bottom when he took over, now look where they are :D

    Got a game in hand :oops: What's the football like under Big Sam? :twisted:
  • Smokin JoeSmokin Joe Posts: 2,706
    Smokin Joe wrote:
    He's done a great job at Spurs, I'll grant you that.

    They were second from bottom when he took over, now look where they are :D

    Got a game in hand :oops: What's the football like under Big Sam? :twisted:
    A damn sight better than it was under Fat Avram.
  • izzaizza Posts: 1,561
    Smokin Joe wrote:
    Smokin Joe wrote:
    Bitter sweet day for Spurs fans though :D

    Only thing I'm glad about is that there are no City fans at work. I will quietly enjoy the Manure ar5e banter though.
    What's going down with 'Arry's spat with HMRC, Stewie? (Apart from 'Arry, that is).

    I thought he was due in court in July.

    Teflon 'arry. 8)

    Once HMRC has sorted out his position, then he is free to have Fabio's job.

    As such, presume it is like Contador's drug case - defer until appropriate.
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