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Well, well...... Arsene Wenger and Sami Nasri have both been charged by Uefa after calling the ref "embarrassing" after last night's Champions league exit. Shame our FA haven't the balls to sort the "top" 4 out, or are they scared?

Bloody hell, a REF gets called for taking bribes in the tunnel at our game against them and it gets swept under the carpet! The FA should hold their heads in shame. They obviously do not abide by the same rules unless it suits them.
Antony Matthews, Darwen     Posted 09/03/2011 at 14:32:54

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Gavin Ramejkis
1   Posted 09/03/2011 at 17:24:24

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Quite happy to see that smug cheating cunt Fabricarse back heel them a gift for Messi's goal last night and even if Van Rapist didn't get sent off they still would have lost. Men v boys that game, Barcelona are light years ahead of anything we see in the EPL. Things like this tend to come in threes, they got pumped deservedly by Brum for the Worthless; Barca spanked em last night... I wonder what the third will be?
Karl Masters
2   Posted 09/03/2011 at 17:40:26

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Van Rapist?
'Pumped', 'Spanked', 'Fabricarse', 'smug cheating cunt'?

Bloody hell, Gavin! You really are an old cynic!!! :) All that in 6 lines. Have you had a bad day at work? :)
Gavin Ramejkis
3   Posted 09/03/2011 at 17:56:51

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Karl, I've a round trip of 130 miles to work over the Pennines at the moment, even a good day at work is ruined by a crap drive home.
Karl Masters
4   Posted 09/03/2011 at 18:05:02

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Let's hope you witness a good match tonight then.

Let's bump those Brummies - metaphorically of course! :)
Karl Masters
5   Posted 09/03/2011 at 18:07:24

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Sorry ? meant pump those brummies! :)
Gavin Ramejkis
6   Posted 09/03/2011 at 18:15:58

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I hope so, Karl; I raced back for the Reading game and was gutted I bothered.
Mike Allison
7   Posted 09/03/2011 at 18:53:28

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It was a shocking and ridiculous decision to book him for that though, no matter how much you dislike Arsenal. I did enjoy Fabregas being absolute gash in the match as well. Barcelona have been talking about buying Fabregas for years, but he wouldn't get in their B team on last night's showing.
Eugene Ruane
8   Posted 09/03/2011 at 19:48:33

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That could have been 8-1 last night.

Wish it had been (shower of one-eyed shitbags).
Karl Masters
9   Posted 09/03/2011 at 21:04:42

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Appalling decision, but the fact Arsenal scored without taking a single shot on goal makes you think that perhaps the luck evened itself out!
Trevor Lynes
10   Posted 09/03/2011 at 23:21:43

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Barca are as frustrating as Arsenal when they play in the premier... the only long distance shot at goal was from Alves's free-kick. Barcelona are wonderful to watch (Harlem Globetrotters of football) but they want to make that extra pass all the time and it almost cost them!!

BUT, I agree that the way they play is streets ahead of anything we have. It's like draughts versus chess... different class. When you see the lack of basic ball control by so many of our players and the lack of movement off the ball, it's criminal.

Liam Reilly
11   Posted 10/03/2011 at 09:00:46

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You don't have to be great footballers to play the way Barca do without the ball, harrying and prodding for possession deep into the opponents territory.

Doesn't matter how good they are individually, their work ethic is quite compelling to watch.

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