Song back and time to blood Wilshere, let’s fool the Iranian.

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We’ve done the race and gay thing, so now it’s time to get back to football, Song is back in contention but that does little for me, the team that played Porto does however, but I would move Nasri in for Denilson, play Wilshere out wide and bring Djourou in for Kolo.

Keane is determined to wipe beautiful football off the pitch on Saturday

Recent quotes attributed to Keane indicate he wishes to wipe beautiful football off the map this coming Saturday.

I think Bone ‘o’ the Iranian president lookalike will be expecting us to pack our team with big lumps and he’ll come at us like Fulham and Hull did, so I would surprise him and strengthen the back with some height and stuff the midfield with creativity and players not afraid to shoot.

That would be tactically brave but in my opinion spot on.

What do you think?

321 Responses to “Song back and time to blood Wilshere, let’s fool the Iranian.”

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  1. Ell

    There’s been a big massacre here in London, only I’ve survived!

    I actually thought that was Roy Keane through the entire time I was reading, it wasn’t until I looked properly that I realised it wasn’t!

    I’d like to see Wilshere play some part, I doubt he’ll start before no doubt Roy Keane will install a physical edge to his side before the game, but hopefully we kill the game off by the hour mark so Jack can get some minutes.

    http://www.arsene-al.co.uk

  2. kelsey

    60 yrs of NHS

    Lady rings her local hospital and this conversation follows:

    Lady – Hello I’d like some information on a patient, Mrs Tiptree. She was admitted last week with chest pains and I just want to know if her condition has deteriorated, stabilised or improved?

    Hospital – Do you know which ward she is in?

    Lady – Yes, ward P, room 2B

    Hospital – I’ll just put you through to the nurse station

    Nurse – Hello ward P, how can I help?

    Lady – I would just like some information on a patient, Mrs Tiptree, I was wondering if her condition had deteriorated, stabilised or improved?

    Nurse – I’ll just check her notes. I’m pleased to say that Mrs Tiptree’s conditioned has improved. She has regained her appetite, her temperature has steadied and after some routine checks tonight, she should be well enough to go home tomorrow.

    Lady – Oh that’s wonderful news, I’m so happy, thankyou ever so much!

    Nurse – You seem very relieved, are you a close friend or relative?

    Lady – No, I’m Mrs Tiptree in room 2b. Nobody tells you f**k all in here…’

  3. Confidentgoner

    Every watcher of the Premiership agrees that Gallas is our underbelly except some Arsenal bloggers. Why did we hire Gallas? To defend, full stop. Defend includes going for headers, stopping fast attackers etc!

    Well, our captain fantastic is afraid of headers but to his credit he enjoys going foward to score. How do I rate a guy who doesn’t do his job but revels in another man’s job? – shiiit!

  4. Pedro

    Cheers Joe… I was aware… I’ve sold about 5 tickets for it!

    Just a cut and paste mistake with the code!

    Cheers mate!

  5. jlp

    Geoff /Pedro quick shout
    Grade ‘A’ stance Le grove has taken on the Sol thing great job and your previous post was crystal clear make no mistake about it. take no fault in the ‘ selective ‘ reading abilities of others

    Apologies for bringing it up again
    just thought you guys deserve better than what u get … hmmm… well … sometimes anyway
    but more so living in Calgary doesn’t allow me to take part in the Le Grove during its heated hours and just thought i would give a shout out
    people always forget the “you reap what you sew” accountability in their bid to make the world a better place
    any way great post fellas and Geoff take care hitching the Banff next time around those fucking grizzlies never forget a face or a smell .

  6. gnarleygeorge9

    Heres an interesting piece on the day Sunderland play Arsenal. Believe it…….or not.

    The prospect of an astonishing alliance between Roy Keane and former arch-rival Patrick Vieira was raised yesterday by the Sunderland manager.

    The former Manchester United captain thought about a bid for his old Arsenal counterpart last summer — until being put off by Vieira’s anticipated wage demands.

    But with Sunderland’s coffers boosted by Texas-based Irish-American millionaire Ellis Short, Keane now has the funds to make a renewed attempt to bring Vieira, 32, back to the Premier League

  7. Evo in Oz

    agreed gnarley

    off to the Arsenal Australia supporters meet tonight at the pub here in sydney, should be good craic and few beers consumed!

  8. Geoff

    It’s done and awaiting Pedro’s technical assistance! It’s freezing here guys, freezing, winter is upon us.