Anti-Arsène?

March 24, 2010

Naturally, they now speak of their undying, everlasting love for the great man.

The blogosphere is a wonderful world, you can certainly separate the two-faced, only sing when you’re winning  lot, from the loyal, unflinching supporters.

Let’s embarrass a few of the morons who purport themselves to be knowledgeable supporters of the club, when in reality they have constantly shown themselves up for being anything but.

They consistently get it wrong, then backtrack to hilarious effect,  thankfully they are a bunch of Jonah’s… they wrote the manager off time and time again, they even used xenophobic language to argue their viewpoints.

Below is a just a very small selection of hundreds of similar comments posted on anti-arsène blog(s) in recent times… of course, they will now tell you they always believed he was the best manager around, and should never be replaced 😆


Fat Geoff Says:
April 18, 2009 at 20:11

Oh and Wenger, you weren’t worth my post you useless French c**t

Fat Geoff Says:
November 30, 2009 at 11:04

If Wenger thinks we’ll ever win anything with that lot, he is more delusional than I thought.

Fat Geoff Says:
November 30, 2009 at 11:05

Give Wenger his P45, I’ve had enough of his arrogance.

Fat Geoff Says:
November 30, 2009 at 11:15

It is amazing that all those Song and Denilson lovers are keeping their heads down today.

Not to mention all the AKB’s.

Fat Geoff Says:
November 30, 2009 at 13:46

Listening to Wenger is like listening to a inmate in a mental hospital.

He is off his head.

AKRed Says:
March 22, 2010 at 10:48

ACLF are giving us a slating for suddenly getting behind Arsene, there such a pretentious bunch of idiots

Blogging leaves a permanent time stamped view, you cannot, and will not get away with backtracking, bare-faced lies, and pretence.

Try it, and you will trip up, and be made to look the fool you have always been.

Of course, you can always continue to hoodwink lesser mortals… a famous study once reported Perspective is worth 80 IQ points.

bnsb Says:
March 22, 2010 at 10:55

Geoff,

Honestly are you getting behind our beloved leader Arsene now?

Fat Geoff Says:
March 22, 2010 at 10:59

bnsb, I’ve always been behind him and the team, I’m an Arsenal fan.

Just the type of supposed “fan” who nearly cost us the greatest manager alive, imagine if more vociferous fans had that low level of intelligence?

Imagine if the senseless anti-wenger brigade really had picked up a head of steam, and cost us the fruits of the last 5 years labour!

Anybody know how much it costs to buy a club-level ticket these days?

I need to prove my worth as a proper fan… apparently.

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)

Le End?

February 28, 2009


Quite simply, NON !!

Le Beginning.

In the aftermath of yet another disappointing home draw today, against Fulham, many a Gooner is asking for the head of Arsène Wenger.  They have no perspective.

This team is certainly not good enough, that much is patently obvious.

The sooner you fair-weather fans understand we are moving through a period of transition, not as a team, as a football club, the sooner you will understand why things are maybe not as bright as they should be.

The whole point of the move to a bigger stadium was to secure the “long-term” future of the club, and for all you Nuevo Goon numb nuts out there, long-term does not constitute 5 years.

The reason United, Real Madrid and Barca can constantly, season after season, spend multi millions on tapping up the best talent on the planet, at the best prices, is down to the revenue they generate as a club.  We needed to move to a bigger stadium in order to generate that kind of revenue to compete.

We succeeded, we now generate the highest matchday revenue on planet Earth, but the stadium was not donated to us!

A joy to behold

A joy to behold

The next step is to obviously meet all out debt repayments, and get into a position that will allow the manager a decent amount of money to spend on new players.

The current economic climate is not going to help expedite this as swiftly as EVERYBODY connected to the club, fans, players, manager, the board etc,  would like.  This is through no fault of anybody, certainly not the manager himself.  It’s the world in 2009.

Due to the exemplary stewardship of the club’s finances by both manager and the board, we can weather the storm, but it will mean more patience.  It may mean giving the youngsters more time to develop.

Future great?

Future great?

Assisting, as fans of the club we love, this development does certainly not mean booing them at every given opportunity.  It means understanding our plight, understanding we will get to where we all want to be at now, but realising this will not happen overnight.

If we can keep players like Fabregras, Walcott, Eduardo, Van Persie, Gallas, Diaby, Arshavin, Rosicky, Nasri, and Clichy fit, and maybe add another more senior player to the ranks over the summer, we can compete.

What we cannot do, yet, is go out and splash £40M on Karim Benzema, which pains me greatly as he will become a legendary striker.  When he ends up at Real Madrid or Barcelona ( this summer is likely ) he will begin to show he is the most lethal striker of his generation.  I forsee him breaking all Champions League scoring records within a decade.

Anyway, off on a tangent there….. back to we cannot yet be a Man Utd or a Real, but we will be, oh we will be.  Of that there is simply no doubt.  I can hear all you Neuvo Goons shouting “but we wanna win now” or ” it’s been 4 years since we won something” and “we are going backwards” even “we need a new direction, Wenger is not up to it anymore”

I love the club, I want them to win something every year, but sometimes in life you have to make sacrifices in order to protect the long-term.  In this instance, long-term means the next 50, 100 years of this great club.  A club of superior standing, with great tradition and past history, a club striving to be the best in the world through organic growth.

If we wanted to be another Chelski, it would be pretty easy, is there any other club out there a multi-billionaire would rather buy into?

We sustain ourselves, we make a healthy profit every year, and yes we have debt, but it is being managed superbly well.  Even in this backdrop.

We are unique, there is not another club who have undertaken such a massive transition programme anywhere in the world.

We are The Arsenal, and we will be a Super Club, show the respect and patience the “club” deserves.