Dirty B*****d Leeds
January 7, 2011
This won’t mean much to many of the younger generation of Gooners amongst you, but let me assure you to this day I have yet to see a team as violent and completely underhand as the Leeds United of the 1970s. They were a class apart when it came to causing havoc with nasty tactics, leg breaking challenges, and overall the venom that poured out of their veins was something else.
Vile bastards make the likes of Stoke of today look like ballerinas.
We entertain them in The Cup tomorrow afternoon, and I cannot wait for the game. For one I shall be in attendance with members of my family, a nephew will be making his first appearance at the home of football, and it will also be my first game in a couple of months so looking forward to taking in the matchday experience again.
I miss not having my season ticket, but on the other hand, I don’t miss the grief it caused me…. the other half etc !!
Secondly, the chance to see some of the lesser lights, maybe the return of Rambo?, is always a plus for me.
Cannot have the calls for the best eleven to be playing, Leeds although no pushovers, should not pose many problems for the 2nd string to dispose of inside the 90.
The game will also be broadcast live on network TV (ITV1) so the whole nation gets to see just what a fabulous squad Wenger has assembled on buttons.
Chesney will be the keeper, Gibbs and Eboue full-backs, Squillaci centre back alongside JD, the midfield should be interesting with Denilson and Rosicky definate starters… Chamakh and Bendy leading the line.
Will Rambo start? I would be surprised but most overjoyed if he does.