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So livermore had one bad game... defoe has had countless bad games and the excuse everyone uses is "he needs to be played more often" they both dont play often!...
2 years ago
If you did beat milan 5-0 i think the confidence would be there to do well in the next round
Not too fussed that epl teams are all going out i admit barca and madrid are stronger than epls best but teams in epl dont have much choice but to put out weake...
Must admit i thought we sold him too early... but like magneto said he wouldntve got played now
When tottenham isnt playing the next best thing watch arsenal get smashed! :D
5-0 at the emirates it can be done.. after all tottenham beat em last season :P
Lets not forget about friedel what a legend!! :D
I doubt he would be up for that and i would rather him be one or the other
DREAMING!!! the days of spurs being in the Goons shadows are over! And you have redkanpp and Mr bean as ya coach to thank for that lol
Clearly we are not in arsenals shadow.. especially when arsenal fail to even make it in to europe lol
I can see him sticking out the season atleast maybe decide to do both jobs till end of season. but mourinho could be good to take over spurs next year. all the ...
Clean sheet away to liverpool..im happy well done to spurs defence and Parker of course :)
Impressive win for the gooners! if arsenal wanna remain a top side they should do everything possible to keep RVP and henry while they are at it. good to see h...
HAHAHAHA no hes not!
HAHAHAHA there you are giving digs at harry... and you got Mr Bean as manager.. and you can hope all you like bale wont leave if we finish in the top 4 but arse...
RVP wont stay if you to get into europe..
   
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