Insincere cheat? That’s rich coming from Cascarino, a cheat, and a wife beater. Brian, get a life.

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Irish Prime Minister Brian Cowen is taking the Henry incident up with French President Nicolas Sarkozy and calling on him to arrange a replay of the game.

Brian mate, football and the World Cup is not run by you or the French President, it’s run by FIFA, the rules of football say the referees word is final, that’s what makes football, football, there are no appeals, England didn’t get one in 1986, Germany didn’t get one in ’66 and you aren’t getting one now.

I’m not condoning what happened, Thierry cheated, simple, but as UEFA found out with the Eduardo penalty, if you punished football by video, you would be punishing almost every team in world football every week, every one’s at it, where does it stop?

I think gaining yards at throw-ons is cheating, faking injury is cheating, accepting free kicks and corners when you know they aren’t yours, is cheating, time wasting is cheating, each time a team lost you would have to wait a week whilst a panel went through the game to see who cheated before any points were awarded.

Ireland had two years to qualify for the World cup, not 30 minutes of extra time, it’s over, they’re out, it’s time to move on, if FIFA gave them what they wanted, football as we know it would be finished.

I do believe that bringing in replays like they have in rugby would solve it, it wouldn’t take long, it may even make it more exciting and it would eradicate cheating because they would get caught there and then. Until they do though, we have to live with it.

Mr Ahern (Irish Justice minister), it’s not called soccer, that what the Americans call it, and they got that from the Aussies. We call it football. If you feel really bad about cheating, why don’t you go back and retrospectively punish Tony Cascarino, the wife beating cheat that got into your football teams in 1990 and 1994.

This was in Wikipedia, take a look, it may open your eyes a tad.

However, in contrast to Mick McCarthy and many others who wore the Ireland shirt before visiting the Emerald Isle, Cascarino has openly admitted that he had no right to play for Jack Charlton’s men.

‘I didn’t qualify for Ireland. I was a fraud – a fake Irishman’ he admitted in ‘Full Time – The Secret Life Of Tony Cascarino’.

He was also arrested and bailed in December 2008 for beating up his ex Virginie, just like that other woman beater Stan Collymore, boy Talk Shite know how to recruit don’t they.

So what qualifies you to call Thierry Henry a cheat? And what qualifies Brian Cowen? It’s only cheating when someone does it to you eh?

Time to move on, you’ve been tumbled. Yes it wasn’t fair but that’s life. Let’s just hope this swiftly moves on because it’s getting out of hand and for some reason it seems to be Arsenal’s Thierry Henry, not Barcelona’s, and now Liam Brady has had a pop it seems that the love affair with Arsenal is now over, and thats a shame, I was looking forward to him coming back as manager.

But being lectured by a woman beater get me, blokes who hit women are cowards, Collymore and Cascarino are two of the worst examples of humankind out there and one of them is lecturing the great Thierry Henry.

I don’t remember the Maradona handball causing so much revulsion. Then he didn’t play for Arsenal, did he?

Tomorrow we play Sunderland, I’m looking forward to it, it should show us if we have the squad to challenge, all the ingredients are there, we lose key players, we play away up north in the cold and rain against a big team and finally it’s international week.

That’s a perfect storm, don’t you think?

Have a great day Grovers, one more day to go and we can watch the Arsenal again!

P.S. If anyone has spares in club level for stoke, I know a man who wants them! All other spares welcome! Oh and check out this video for a Friday laugh, many thank Pat!

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  1. nishanth

    I totally agree.Bring eboue on when we have a lead won’t make us solid.We have had enough of shockers in last few seasons.Players should learn from it and concentrate for the whole 90 minutes.Vermaelen seems to have that kind of attitude though

  2. luke

    morning guys. I wanted to talk about chelsea for a second. It seems the pundits have created a reputation for chelsea being so stable and solid, but let me ask you this. What would chelsea look like if either Drogba or Anelka gets hurt. That leaves only sturridge and kalou as backup, both who really dont concern me. They have a real lack of depth of strikers, and the africa cup nations will effect them the most. Their two best players gone for a month, as well as kalou and mikel. During that time, who is going to play upfront? Anelka and sturridge? What if one gets fatigues or injured?

  3. Micky Did It 89

    I imagine (ban overturned) Chelsea will dive into the Jan. window. Also, as we know from ACN, players also take a while to regain their form once back. They will miss Essien badly.

  4. Micky Did It 89

    Marmite soldiers and boiled eggs, or maybe some bacon and eggs scrambled? Ummm, decisions, decisions. Off to get the papers.

  5. Big Raddy

    Looking forward to today’s game. It will be the first real test of the boys since the defeat by MC.

    Sunderland at The Home of Shite will be a hard fought game. Thankfully they are missing the core of their team, but Cana will be out to show that we should have signed him, and I can see a long painful afternoon for Cesc.

  6. Geoff

    I hear you! Imagine we could have been leading the prem had we signed those two, and no problems in January.

    It worries me that we have 3 marmites available today, I think we could have 2 of them in the midfield.

    Eboue in defence is fine.