A funny feeling

March 10, 2010

Tremendous result tonight, Porto were soundly dealt with 5-0.

The Viking Warrior made amends for his misses on Saturday by sticking away a nifty little hat-trick.

He rounded it off with the last kick of the game, to secure the match ball, via the penalty spot.

We move into the draw for the Quarter-Finals of this year’s Champions League, to be held Friday week in Nyon, Switzerland.

Following the game, the manager gave a very suggestive interview to Sky Sports.

Check out the link below to view the interview and gather your own views.

Wenger Interview on Sky Sports 2

The French love a prediction

It has long been suggested that draws are fixed.

Two years ago, a poster on a Liverpool fans forum confidently and correctly predicted the 4 matches in that season’s Champions League Quarter-Finals… a full two hours before the draw.

Funnily enough we drew Liverpool that Friday morning in early Spring 2008.

The poster made a clear inference that he was not merely guessing the match-ups, and that a fixed draw was on the cards.

Wenger has a “funny feeling” we will meet an English side.

So do I.

(At the time of posting, neither Manure or Chelski have yet qualified from the 2nd Round of games)


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