ONLY ARSENAL

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The consequences of losing the Manchester City just before a two-week break could have been horrendous. We’d have sat on 17 points, level with Liverpool, 4 points behind City, actually properly behind Spurs.

But it wasn’t to be. Arteta did an outstanding job nullifying the threat of a team that’s been teaching us painful lessons for the last 7 years.

We’re level points at the top of the league. We’ve played United, City, and Spurs. No easy run of games. We haven’t played all the worst teams in the League like Spurs. Arsenal hasn’t even found 5th gear yet, there’s plenty more to come from the football.

We’re bedding in a new #6, a new #1, a new left-sided #8. We lost Thomas Partey, Jurrien Timber, and Gabriel Jesus. This run of games could have been a lot worse – and no one would have accepted the excuses.

Are we favourites for the league? I don’t think so. Manchester City is still the best equipped to fight on 4 fronts, they have the experience of winning, and no one finishes league campaigns like them. Arsenal wouldn’t be safe if they had a 10-point head start. City gets stronger as everyone else gets weaker. Alex Ferguson sides were a little bit like that. That comes down to experience more than anything. I know people don’t want to accept that youth is detrimental in title-races, but it is. There’s no difference in the office space, you don’t see many CFOs with 2 years experience under their belts. Across all sports, players and teams tend to peak about 28-29 years old. Arsenal is a long way off that number, but we’re further ahead than any young team in the whole of Europe. Topping City will be hard, accept it.

That said, there are some things that might work for us. No team has ever won the league 4 seasons in a row. Pep Guardiola pointed towards that fact after the game. I don’t know whether it was gamesmanship, but he seemed to be alluding to fatigue and the toughness of Premier League. He knows they can’t keep this pace up forever, a crash comes, we’re just not sure when. The Premier League SURELY can’t allow itself to be dominated by one team? Money is the excuse in every other league – we don’t have that luxury in England. Everyone is rich. Someone has to pick up the levels and make a run this season.

Arsenal are the second-best coached team in the league these days. I don’t really see anyone else coming close to the league title this season. Liverpool looks good going forward, but it’s not the rock and roll football of 3 years ago. Eddie Howe is doing a good job at Newcastle United, but they don’t have the feel of league winners, and some of that early-season power they had last season has worn off. United? No chance. Chelsea? They’ll get better, but that’s the most expensive ‘trust the process’ team ever built. Aston Villa under Don Unai? He’s smashing the calendar year tables, but we all know how that movie ends.

If the Premier League wants to see a change of guard, it has to be Arsenal.

Our strength is the system Arteta has built. We can play a multitude of styles, we shapeshift in games, and he’s instilled a bravery that maybe wasn’t there in the past. Watching Arsenal play hard after going 1-0 up was terrifying by also something new. Gone are the days of wetting the bed with panic football. Arsenal injected venom into City and watched their game slowly die without putting a hand on us.

Our biggest weakness is the things Arteta was criticised most for this season: We don’t rotate and our fans complain when we do.

Arteta hasn’t been able to quit Bukayo Saka, the warning signs have been there, the niggly injuries, asking to be subbed off, then capping it all off going to an average team in France to play an away game. What was the point in re-upping Reiss Nelson if there was no desire to play him?

We’ve lost Martinelli, Partey, and Trossard to soft tissue injuries. Saliba is also carrying a problem. We’re not going to survive the season if there isn’t some meaningful rotation early in the season. I don’t want to see big names in the FA Cup. I don’t want to see first-teamers in the Champions League team if we’ve qualified. I want to see fringe players given games against weaker sides.

Our seasons collapse when rotation is forced on us because of injury. If Arteta doesn’t calm down the training and his insistence on activating against the idea that ‘world class’ means you play all the games, we’ll forever be having our Rob Holding SAVE ME moments.

Keeping as many of our best players on the pitch for as long as possible, I feel, is the best chance we have of getting to a 90+ point season.

Ok, that’s all I’ve got today! x

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Nigel Tufnel

Nice post

Nigel Tufnel

Raptora, (From the previous thread) thanks for the goal keeping stats, very illuminating even if I usually don’t trust keeper stats. I can’t imagine where you found those. There’s seems to be something in that stat. Just going back over comments, what I don’t like is that everyone is taking sides in the keeper choice. I’m not doing that. I say the only option now is to trust the manager. This is the guy who now has us with one of the best squads in the world, and undefeated so far in the league. He’s given us a style of… Read more »

Guns of SF

CL places

Guns of SF

Good post Pedro
Sometimes less is MORE!

Duzie

Trophy

Duzie

Uh oh! Europa League

Duzie

That was a great post. We need to rotate more to balance out the energy levels. I still think we need a top-rate striker to drag us through the line this season.

Guns of SF

Striker is imperative.
I like Jesus on the wing, it allows him to dribble more, and attack the box
Eddie aint it. Enough said about him.
Kai is not a striker. He can fill in a pinch but he is not a striker.

Toney in Jan? or someone else. We need someone who can bully CB’s
Eddie and Jesus not so much
Kai is tall, but strength to battle CB aint gonna pan out long term

Positive pete

Pedros right .no more need to wet the bed with panic football.Though for some……….

jwl

“What was the point in re-upping Reiss Nelson if there was no desire to play him?”

What was the point of re-upping Ramsdale if there was no desire to play him is more important question since we just extended his contract and gave him a raise. Nelson still has potential value to other teams, so they might take chance on him, while Ramsdale is now a white elephant.

Savage

Only one big mistake this season was the Partey RB thing, everything else is bedding things in.

TheLegendaryDB10

Really good post, Pedro. Keeping as many of our best players on the pitch for as long as possible, I feel, is the best chance we have of getting to a 90+ point season. I think this quote says it all. The subs that Arteta made vs City should tell him that he must trust all of his squad. I hope that this, alongside the Saka injury; is his first step in learning to trust all of his squad. Knowing when to rotate when a game is won, for example, is very important. For example, subbing in Nelson for Saka… Read more »

Markymark

Pedro – couldn’t disagree with anything in the post!
It’s a big call on your time and efforts but you might be better sticking in a short and sweet take like this post. in a shorter time scale and do a long take every 4-6 postings.
If there’s too much delay you just get political free for all which usually ends in a series of abusive shit postings from all angles with elements more akin to 8chan

Johng

Good post Pedro, our bench was super strong against City. Let’s hope we can get everyone fit soon and Arteta using them all accordingly.
Could be another big season

AFC Forever

Pedro “…..a bravery that maybe wasn’t there in the past. Gone are the days of wetting the bed with panic football” Well said Pedro. Your comment about bravery is a crucial point. You aren’t going to achieve anything if players hide in difficult moments or piss the bed, especially when you play risk v reward football. Stick to the game plan, keep calm under pressure, and be patient. Mistakes are part of football no good losing your head when you make a bad pass. Be prepared to make mistakes playing the way you are asked. That is absolutely crucial. Some… Read more »

Johng

Saliba is so calm it wouldn’t have surprised anyone if he had pulled out a deckchair and slapped his bitch, No-Shot Haaland, with one of his flip-flops.
😄 🤣 😂 😆 😄

Johng

What a player we have on our hands in Big Bill

jwl

“Not long ago the Kovacic assault on Odegaard would have ended up in a bit of a brawl with Granit grappling with someone but we left it to the referee to do his job;”

This is the one thing I liked about Xhaka, AFC Forever, you could always count on swiss dude to wade in when opposing players were taking liberties with his teammates.

Un

Eagle What about santi? He could dribble through rock and tar and still come out with the ball Even hazard didn’t have that level of control And yeah hazard was great to watch in his pomp but sanchez produced striker numbers playing from the left. Worked hard and tracked back as well as any winger I’ve ever seen. It’s not just about technique but impact Giroud had support technique and skill to Drogba but who was the most impactful player? Drog. I wouldn’t have swapped sanchez for hazard I loved sanchez I prefer players with silk in their boots. I… Read more »

AFC Forever

jwl

“This is the one thing I liked about Xhaka, AFC Forever, you could always count on swiss dude to wade in when opposing players were taking liberties with his teammates.”

Ha ha, that’s true but it can often prove to be a real negative. You can lose a player, incite the crowd and disrupt the flow of the game. I think it’s a big plus that we now seem less excitable, calmer and more focused.

Un

Diss
If you’re reading, I’m VERY impressed with Gabriel this season. Happy to have my words fed to me
A lot of people praising Saliba and rightly so. Phenomenal for his age. But big gabby is playing as the best centre half in the world since being brought back into the team
Totally dominant of all that comes near him

Johng

Un maybe being left out at the beginning of thd season has pushed him to show us all what he is made of

Tom

“If there’s too much delay you just get political free for all which usually ends in a series of abusive shit postings from all angles with elements more akin to 8chan“ I don’t mind political free for all even if it ends in insults and abuse. How else do you find out Don is a hard working racist and Sid is stroking his longstaff at a beach in Mauritius while supported by four wives who have no time for shoes or makeup. I’d much rather read that than a 50th take on ESR’s lack of minutes, or complete lack of… Read more »

Johng

Didn’t like him as he played for spurs😁😉

jwl

You can go anywhere else on social media to get your gaza hot takes, Tom, le grove should remain serene place where we bicker about inconsequential things like esr minutes.

Tom

remain serene?
For something to remain certain way, it had to have been that way at some point in the past.
Legrove never was……serene.

Nigel Tufnel

Un,
Cheers on the Gabriel change. This is the way fans should handle their opinions. The love of the club and what’s best for the team is paramount. I’m happy every time that one of our players performs better than I had opined of him. It almost makes me like them more.
It also shows that we don’t hide from past comments. Some people pretend, and the worst of them persist with negativity because they can’t stand to admit wrongs, or they own some weird personal hangups.

Pierre …… Ødegaard.

Un

Nigel

Actually yeah I do agree with that (liking him more)
If he keeps this up then I’d be honoured to witness (was gonna say transformation but that’s not quite right) way he’s not only cut out those errors but become a real leader
You can see it in everything he does and this version of Gabriel is a guy I feel blessed to have at our club

Chris

Yet another dreadful international break to disrupt the club game. I know there’s a lot going on in the world right now but as the most important thing of the unimportant things, surely there’s a way around international football (does anyone really care about it anymore?) constantly being the metaphorical cock block to the club game

Dissenter

Here comes Nigel the congratulator
Like clockwork, “heers on the Gabriel change. This is the way fans should handle their opinions.”

Un
Stew on your mea culpa, you gave that lad hell .. and then some 🙂

Un

Tom sticking his little worm out for a nibble 🙈
Not me Tom
Not bored enough of the international break yet
Give it a few days though eh?

Un

Diss
Kiss my hole
I always said I’d be happy to admit i was wrong if the time ever came

Wicked Willy

So nice to see Gabi getting his flowers. He’s become a sensational defender.

WengerEagle

Un

Santi was a genius on the ball and his ball control and ambidexterity was second to none but he was one-paced and he wasn’t a vertical dribbler into space. He was more a phone-box dribbler.

That’s what made prime Hazard so special, he was a master at both close-quarter/congestion dribbling through bodies and vertically skinning defenders 1 vs 1 in the way that somebody like Robben or Bale loved to take on defenders.

WengerEagle

I’ve only really seen Messi, R9 (highlights from the 90s), Ronaldinho, Neymar and Hazard being exceptional dribblers in all circumstances vs low-blocks, high-lines, through traffic, into space, etc.

I’m sure I’m forgetting a couple.

WengerEagle

Ribery too actually.

Nigel Tufnel

Dissenter, Now it’s even a problem when I compliment a good guy? You are one of the “hiders” I described. So many bad takes over the years that its hard to keep track. I generally only note the most recent ones, but you’ve got loads of them. You can exorcise them easily with class like Un if you follow his fine example. Just start with the most recent ones, like complaining all summer about Rice price. A fan should not whinge and complain constantly when our manager has us performing this way for 2 seasons now. Find a silver lining… Read more »

Nigel Tufnel

Can’t we just be thankful that we’re going into the 2 weeks on a brilliant high…. while the dominating cheaters are going for 2 weeks to stew on 2 league losses. The timing couldn’t have been better. Our guys did this for us. A draw would have been good, this was a lovely gift to the fans for the boring break. When you get annoyed waiting to see Arsenal again… just envision the faces of Kyle Walker and Haaland as they walked into the tunnel leaving the pitch bitter and angry. The fukking nerve of them after they were given… Read more »

Zacharse

so ITK crowd, what was the busines w kyle walker about?
did someone call him a pervert?

Tom

What’s a matter Un, afraid to get cancelled?

rollen

Good post. We look solid. Big upgrade on Eddie would do a trick. Many players can play multiple positions. Building a great team is Atreta strong side, he needs to improve and live game management and rotation. Last game was really good subs.

rollen

lol now Don is the good guy? wtf is that alternative universe? Is Bamford coming back with technical long guest post next?

Dissenter

Un
I’ll kiss that hole anytime so long as you cover it with peanut butter

Nigel
Relax, I’m just messing with you. Don’t be so tight

Positive pete

A conundrum. Given the choice who would you rather see arrive in the jan window.
A CF. Toney or a winger,Neto or a DM /8 in Zubamendi? What would benefit us best?Assiming you could get only one of them.

Wicked Willy

I would take Neto. I see how as a good long term
Option. For me, Toney gives us a short term bump but blocks our medium term progress. If we’re
Going for Zubimendi. I think we wait til summer.

Nigel Tufnel

Dissenter my bad then….. 😳

Josip Skoblar

How Bill Saliba annihilated Haaland on Sunday (in slow motion). Wow! Beautiful and impressive.
https://x.com/kimmofc/status/1711742902529855518?s=46&t=1HnLRFhrR8StTKq6l_S2tA

Un

WengerEagleOctober 10, 2023 20:13:08
UnSanti was a genius on the ball and his ball control and ambidexterity was second to none but he was one-paced and he wasn’t a vertical dribbler into space. He was more a phone-box dribbler.

Eagle
But that’s not dribbling
That’s pushing and running
It’s not the same thing
Yes hazard could do both but dribbling, for me,
Isn’t running into wide open space
Overmans did that and I wouldn’t classify him a skilled dribbler

Un

DissenterOctober 10, 2023 20:55:34
Un
I’ll kiss that hole anytime so long as you cover it with peanut butter

Not shocked diss
You should go and meet Sid
I’m sure he’d enjoy that

WengerEagle

Un

What do you mean it’s not dribbling? I’m talking about the ability to pick the ball up and drive past 1+ players vertically, Santi wasn’t that kind of player.

I don’t mean merely a kick and run type like Walcott.

WengerEagle

The highest compliment I can pay big Bill Saliba is that there is not a CB on the planet that I would take long-term over him right now.

When you factor in ability, age, mentality/maturity/leadership skills. He’s the complete package, our very own Van Dijk regen.

WengerEagle

With respect to Ben White who’s carved out a very solid role for us at RB, Saliba is the true Rolls-Royce defender that he was hyped up to be when we dropped 50m on him.

Un

TomOctober 10, 2023 20:37:35
What’s a matter Un, afraid to get cancelled

Mate I’ve already been cancelled, pay attention.

Luteo Guenreira

“I’ll kiss that hole anytime so long as you cover it with peanut butter”

What the fuck just happened

Luteo Guenreira

Narrator’s voice: “But it was not peanut butter”

WengerEagle

Yesh Luteo, I didn’t want to interject for fear of it ending my Le-Grove career for hate speech and being cancelled along with Un’s alter-ego in Don but it was very suss… very suss indeed.

raptora

WE, For me one of the most aesthetically pleasing things to watch is the ability to skin defenders on the dribble. From the ones I’ve witnessed the likes of CR7, Henry and Mbappe deserves a big mention in addition to the ones you mentioned above. From the generations before Pele, Maradona, Garrincha and Best are probably the headliners. For me the best player ever is Fenomeno but yeah, his peak wasn’t too long. He had an insane peak though. Literally did things that I didn’t think were possible at the time as a kid and he blew me away with… Read more »

Luteo Guenreira

Hey Diss. Can you address this or are you too busy eating ass?

Luteo Guenreira

Un is undoubtedly one of the “it’s not gay if you’re the one receiving” camp.

Un and Diss, who woulda thunk it. An odd but cute couple.

You have my blessing

WengerEagle

That’s the thing about Dissenter, he’s a come from behind kind of guy.

Oh how I miss the Sopranos…

WengerEagle

It’s also not gay as long as you say ‘no homo’.

WengerEagle

Rap

Ronaldo at that time was streamlined but he had so much power and was a specimen too. In a vacuum I don’t think we’ve ever seen a better built footballer than pre knee injury R9 in his early 20s, the Barca season and early on at Inter Milan.

Just hearing the way all-time great players like Henry and Ibrahimovic talk about him is mind-blowing, as if he played a different sport. Doesn’t get enough credit for basically inventing the modern striker role.

Luteo Guenreira

Eagle

It looks like we got a “Vito in the parking lot” moment here 🤣

MG42

Markymark
October 10, 2023 06:53:29

MG42 / GD4 – you could save yourself the trouble by just picking a room with a large mirror and just talk into it. I mean you are the same person right?

Markymark are you and Nigel the same poster, because you are repeating Nigel’s senseless shit. Search le-grove.co.uk for “village idiot” and you will find out that neither me nor GD4 coined that phrase and than applied it to Nigel. Others have created hat moniker for Nigel.

GD4

So Dissenter wants to Toss another dude’s salad?
I think I’m gonna take some time off of this place.
Yikes

raptora

Gabriel Jesus: “It’s worth pointing out that I’ve been playing a lot of roles at Arsenal, obviously when I chose to move from City to Arsenal, Edu and Arteta spoke to me, and I made it clear that I’d like to play 9. That was Arsenal’s idea, for me to play 9, loose. “This season has been different, we’ve had injuries and in the last few games I’ve played three up front. For a while, I thought I’d just say I wanted to play 9, but I’m here to help the team. I’m blessed by God to have this talent… Read more »

Un

Eagle
Dribbling is through tight spaces
Once you get it out your feet into space and away from an opponent I’d say the action of a dribble is over
The moment you leave your marker(s)

Raulishuss

WengerEagleOctober 10, 2023 20:16:26
I’ve only really seen Messi, R9 (highlights from the 90s), Ronaldinho, Neymar and Hazard being exceptional dribblers in all circumstances vs low-blocks, high-lines, through traffic, into space, etc.I’m sure I’m forgetting a couple.

Hleb and pires were pretty unique dribblers. Pires always dribbled his way into playing a 1-2 esr actually reminds me of pires. Hleb was just a disgustingly good dibbler. The best to distabilize any tactical plan

Un

Jesus diss
You’ve gone and got me tarred and feathered with you
Nice one

Un

Ball carrying and dribbling are not the same thing

Saka ball carries
Santi dribbled

Raulishuss

Best dribblers for breaking lines zidane, iniesta,kaka and Messi imo

Dissenter

Un
That was shock jock stuff, It did what it was intended to do. Told me to eat it in the first place, remember?

Raulishuss

Ball carrying and dribbling are not the same thingSaka ball carries
Santi dribbled

Actually Saka dribbles and can also carry. Rice, partey and white are good carriers too. Martinelli and jesus tho are the main dribblers in our team imo. Jude Bellingham is probably the best ball carrier in the world right now.

Raulishuss

Speaking of Benny. Paying 50m for someone with his skil set is actually one of our better deals. Extremely versatile, good ball knowledge, tactically can interpret so many roles in a match, durable, good athletic profile he’s a unicorn of a player and mentally very strong as well. He’s like a lily thuram he’ll always be valuable. He’s the most underrated player in our team, his composure is only betterd by saliba. He’s actually getting better as a full back and he’s already an 8, so much potential yet to tapped.

Un

Raul

Bellingham is the most skillful player in the world
He’s more of a dribbler than Saka
Saka doesn’t weave through tight spaces
He will push and run and if that’s not on he will cross or pass
It’s his biggest strength
Knowing his own game and limitations
Saka is a ball carrier
So is martinelli
Jesus is a dribbler

Un

Diss
Don’t try and back track now
You dirty little rimmer

Dissenter

Un
You said to ‘KISS MY HOLE’ so I proceeded to give you a taste of your medicine
Was that enjoyable?
Don’t go around throwing stuff like that around if you cannot take, it pun intended.

raptora

This place provides unfiltered fun sometimes.

Goobergooner

I’d say Marti has it in him to be a dribbler. The way he broke down the line with maybe Diaz I can’t remember and b.silva and I thought he’d run it into touch but he nuttied silva and kept the play going. Not as fluent in the skill as the host of players listed above but in our squad he’d have to be the 2nd best in that regard. Bit late to the party here but fuck me I’m still buzzing. Just keep watching the highlights. Tooooo many good moments in that game. Especially from a defensive point of… Read more »

Goobergooner

Un you’d love it we all know it.

G8

Michael Oliver not giving the 2nd yellow card to kovacic was Scandalous, considering the first one should have been a red one.
Wasn’t he the ref who gave Martinelle the unprecedented 2 yellow cards for alleged 2 fouls happened within seconds in the same sequence of play!!
The PGMOL is the definition of corruption !

Goobergooner

Hahaha diss gotta say that the response to un was awkward as fuck 😂🤣 but “was that enjoyable” is just pure comedy gold

Goobergooner

Also yeah kovacic staying on the pitch is complete and utter bullshit. But as much as I hate the refs/pgmol the fact we still stuck it to those cheating cunts is fucking brilliant.

Luteo Guenreira

Let the record show that Un flirted first.

WengerEagle

I mean demographically this place is basically prison so I can forgive Un and Dissenter for this left-field and clumsy flirt-off, Pedro you need to help a brother out and fish out that photo of the Fraulein’s once again.

Nigel Tufnel

White was an important buy. The price was not cheap, but also not unusual for the English premium + the fact he was an early cornerstone in the way Arteta wanted us to play. The skill set on the ball, very good passing and versatility. His first year as a CB for us he was very good, enough to get picked for England, even now he’s better than all the England CBs, unless I’m forgetting some great one? That season made it possible for Saliba to get the work needed, to improve his heading, get lots of experience to be… Read more »

Raulishuss

RaulBellingham is the most skillful player in the world He’s more of a dribbler than Saka Saka doesn’t weave through tight spaces He will push and run and if that’s not on he will cross or pass It’s his biggest strength Knowing his own game and limitations Saka is a ball carrier So is martinelli Jesus is a dribbler Martinelli is definitely more of dribbler than Bellingham. Jude is a straight up dribbler in the abou diaby Pogba mode. Saka has skills for days he’s just a very efficient centric player. When Marti is done with his education on the… Read more »

WengerEagle

I love Martinelli man and I’m beginning to get a little concerned that it’s more in the way that Dissenter feels towards Un than in the normal supporter way…

Kid has heart for days and is such a scrapper to go along with his incredible talent. Very likeable member of the team, you can tell he’s crucial in that dressing room.

Dissenter

Wenger Eagle
You know they allow conjugal visits in prison, if you’re in Mexico, right? Prison doesn’t have to be so hard if you’re caught in the right country.

Honestly I bristled when I read the “kiss my hole” so I proceeded to do a counter shock, similar to a controlled burn for managing forest fires.

Dissenter

Martinelli needs to get going if he’s going to come anywhere near last year’s goal tally

Did they give him that deflected goal?

WengerEagle

Trossard has balled out at times this season but the difference when Marti came on was night and day, a seismic shift in mood and we began to look dangerous going forward and actually had their defenders on the backfoot and backing off a little.

He got lucky for the goal but sometimes in this sport you make your own luck, if anyone deserved that break it was him for that 2nd half performance.

Raulishuss

Un

Have you noticed big gab is now more composed? Him and rams were the most gittery in our backline im sure the timber signing was to prove a point to big gab on how composure is so crucial to controlling any scenario. Raya to rams also is another example. Gabby left fast and I’m so glad he did, plus he’s picking up his English so thats that too. Thing with having quality players vying for places is players know the coaches demand from who’s starting

WengerEagle

Dissenter

Don’t try to make it any weirder my man, just lean into it.

Your LG reputation is unimpeachable as far as I’m concerned. It’s probably not even the strangest thing said on here this week.

Luteo Guenreira

“You know they allow conjugal visits in prison, if you’re in Mexico, right? Prison doesn’t have to be so hard if you’re caught in the right country.”

I get that it’s part of your never-ending contrarian act, but I’m gonna draw the line at you saying Mexican prison is easy just so you can pivot off Eagle’s comment.

Luteo Guenreira

Eagle

Give Diss a break. Explaining it makes him feel less gay.

Dissenter

“just lean into it”- I see what you did there 🙂

There’;s going to be a pun behind every bush for me for a while

WengerEagle

‘Did they give him that deflected goal?’

Yep, as long as the ball is hit on target it’s credited to the person who took the shot, they the rules all right.

I seem to remember a really strange goal Suarez was credited with where he chipped the keeper and the ball was dribbling towards the goal only for a defender to literally rifle it into the goal from about 6 yards out and it didn’t go down as an OG, somehow went to Suarez.

Freddie Ljungberg

“There’;s going to be a Un behind every bush for me for a while”

Indeed

raptora

hahaha

WengerEagle

”There’;s going to be a pun behind every bush for me”

Did you mean to say ”there’s going to be a Un behind every bush for me”?

Oh yeah, this is going to be fun.

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