Eduardo saves Ingerland!

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Eduardo’s wonder move and pass to set up their second goal had Arsenal written all over it, and was the only one of the three that Calamity Carson couldn’t have saved.

So Eduardo has made it possible at last to sack the hapless, useless old woman McClaren, thereby becoming England’s saviour in the process, so a big thank you to that man.

The other two Croatian goals, well even Jens Lehmann could have saved them!

The whole team were shite, embarrassingly so, not one man amongst them, I thought Crouch took his goal well, but honestly, he couldn’t get in my
Sunday side, he’s crap. Beckham should go, he’s yesterdays man, he couldn’t wait to get in front of the cameras could he? He makes me sick, it’s like
watching his retouched wife, trying to get publicity even when England lose.

I watched the game late last night and cringed, earlier I saw Uruguay win 5-3 and it was a cracking game, it reminded me of Arsenal, now, my only
love.

I suggest the FA commit mass suicide, led by chief muppeteer Brooking, they all had a hand in appointing McClaren and they should all go as they as as
much part of the problem as the manager.

Bring in Scolari.

Onto matters that really count, Arsenal. Hleb may be injured as he came off at half time, but hopefully that was a precaution, Flamini is injured but
that at least allows Arsene a chance to try out Diarra and hopefully Diaby in central midfield.

Denilson for me isn’t quite ready and Gilberto will be on his way back from a world cup qualifier against Venezuela, so will be rested.

At least we won’t be asking for Carson as our next goal keeper so that leaves the way clear for Green or Buffon.

I don’t fancy the Bolton keeper who name I can’t spell. Jussi something.

Please don’t buy Shaun Wright Phillips either, let’s get in some nice young foreigners, as English talent isn’t worth a rats arse, as we saw last night.

If they had Theo’s attitude fine, but most of them are up their own arses, like Beckham, Lampard and Bentley and that’s why Arsene doesn’t buy them.

Still that’s the last you’ll hear on the England team from us.

One more day of nothing, then it all begins against Wigan in earnest!

19 Responses to “Eduardo saves Ingerland!”

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  1. Rainham Red

    I agree 100% with what you say,and they want a cap on foreign players.If we were seeing the very best England players last night what are the rest like?Oh I know Robinson,Defoe,Bent,Lennon,Jenas,Dawson,Bale etc
    God help us!

  2. Henry

    It’s hard to imagine a decent England without some Arsenal players, please don’t bring in Moanrinio, he did fuck all apart from what the money brought in, and his football was kick an run, a bit like last night.

    Theo is the next big thing.

  3. anonymous

    Fuck the England team, they sacked Venables and McClaren, in fact I can’t remember an England manager they haven’t sacked.

    It’s way time the FA sacked Brooking and the other twat, the one that said McClaren was his first choice.

    Fuck me Garside is chairman of Bolton, kick and run, kick and run.

  4. chris GOONA10

    Nw everybody realsies how crap the national team has got, there has to be big changes, because i dont see it improving. Trying to blame Wenger for this is absolutely pothetic, i dont know how the likes of Ferguson and Mourinho come out with so much absolute crap!!! Ferguson has brought through some decent english youngsters, but throughout premiership teams there are ex arsenal players who have come through are excellent academy which is probably the best. Techincally they were awful, as a team it was a non existent display.

    For me something has to be done on a wider level in schools, and encourage youngters to get up play, but some local areas are not that great and it is understandable why parents prefer there kids safe at home playing computa.!. This player quotas thing is a load of crap an just an easy excuse for the pothetic FA,.
    Bye bye Mac..!!

  5. grovedigger

    how about this for Saturdays team

    Almunia

    Sagna Kol Gallas Clichy

    Theo Diarra Diaby Rosicky

    Robin Ade

    I’ve got a feeling though he’ll bench Robin.

  6. Henry

    I just read about how much billy is enjoying life as Arsenal captain, how refreshing and to think we used to have Cashley and we got Gallas for him, Chelsea must be sick to the stomach.

    I’m so looking forward to booing the shit out of him in December.

  7. Pedro

    Great post today! I whole heartedly agree with your views!

    I can’t wait for the inevitable Wenger bashing.

    I also don’t buy this “Our players have no technique”. What a load of old bollocks.

    You can’t tell me Lampard, Cole, Gerrard and Barry don’t have technique? What England lacked last night was a clear game plan.

    Arsenal, Man U and Chelseas ping the around and wait… England hoof it aimlessly. It was like watching a crappy Bolton play last night.

    I have no passion for English football, I wasn’t even excited when we scored. Its a sorry state of affairs when you get like that?

  8. alf15

    England players are crap, the foreigners make them play better in their squads, was ti just me or did lampard even touch the ball…never heard his name once! Gerald and Lampard, dont work! they cancel each other out!. Dont blame it on the manager, its the players! they played crap and have for the past while!

    Come on the Arsenal, real football! Hope Robin plays on sat! Have missed watching him! Hope Flamster and Helb are ok!

  9. bottom4tottenham

    I heard that Hleb’s injury is a 2 weeker.

    Almunia

    Sagna Toure Gallas Clichy

    Rosicky Denilson Diarra Eboue

    Eduardo Adebayor

    Robin will be on the bench and Diaby is injured I think otherwise replace Denilson with Diaby.

    Mind you Bendtner scored again last night.

  10. Gunnersaurus

    Blaming the manager is weak. But the manager was a weak appointment in the first place!

    Who do we get in?

    Redknapp? Capello? Moanrinho?

    I can’t think of many suitable candidates?

  11. geoff

    You know what Gunnersaurus, I never gave Harry a thought, he would be a pretty good bet, considering how he’s survived with small budgets and now he has a bigger budget, he’s doing well.

    He had an impressive array of talent when he was at West Ham as well.

    Downside is he’s a dodgy geezer.

    My choice would be Scolari as he doesn’t take the celeb shit, but Harry is a possible.

    Just read that Anelka thinks our kids are awesome, says we’ll be crazy awesome in 5 years time and would love to play for us again.

    The parting comment was he’s not sure he’d get in the team!

  12. "The man in the corner"

    Last nights game was as Embarrassing as watching your father do the birdie dance at a family party.
    None of the pieces of puzzle was put in the right place.
    Beckham for all of his faults was the only one for me that wore the shirt with pride.
    The manager could not look after those spoiled wet nose drips and pampered their egos instead.
    Those players who did not live up to standard should be put down the mines for month.

  13. grovedigger

    soles of their feet, but I like the mines idea, wankers, still at least we won’t have to tolerate those slag wags next year.

  14. Bud

    EEEEEEEEEEKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Arsenal will be without six first-team players for their return to Premier League against Wigan on Saturday.

    The leaders are likely to have five midfielders unavailable – Alex Hleb (hamstring), Mathieu Flamini (thigh), Cesc Fabregas (suspended), Abou Diaby (back) and Gilberto (fatigue). Philippe Senderos is back but Robin van Persie’s long-standing knee problem has not healed sufficiently for him to return.

    The Dutchman last played for Arsenal against Sunderland on October 7. He picked up his injury during the international break that followed that game. It appears the most recent one has cost Arsenal a couple more players this time.

    “Hleb came back with a hamstring injury,” Wenger told Arsenal.com on Thursday afternoon. “So once again we lose someone during this [international] period. I think he’ll be out for 21 days. Flamini came back with a little thigh problem too. That will be one week maximum.

    “Senderos is available but Cesc is suspended. Diaby has a back problem from the Slavia Prague game and he’ll be out for three weeks. Robin van Persie is not back and he will not be back for Sevilla either. Gilberto will return very, very late. In fact he only comes back on Friday. So, as for the rest of the squad, we’ll see.”

    For the best build up to the Wigan game, please check Arsenal.com on Friday morning.