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The mind games continue!

The future of the Arsenal player, as we`ve reported several times recently, is far from decided.

Having declared that he`s looking to play for a club that could win trophies Paul Scholes, in typically blunt northern fashion, has urged the player to come to Old Trafford, remarking,

"Arsenal play the best football at times. But what is the point if you are not winning anything."

Trophies and medals over tippy-tappy football any day eve though Arsene Wenger now seems to be following a mantra that would see Nasri sold to a foreign club!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Tuesday July 5 2011
Time: 4:47PM

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Just remind me how your trophies and medals fared against tippy tappy football at wembley recently? Oh that's right, it destroyed you, tore you a new one, publically violated you in front of billions. Weird that cos our tippy tappy football won out when we played them in London? That was typical blunt Southern fashion in case you were wondering, div.
nikolaijns
05/07/2011 18:19:00
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Barca are a class above but we arent that far behind. Arsenal however have fallen below sh***y! How embarrassing!
ForeverUnited
05/07/2011 18:23:00
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Stop lying to yourself, you were several million lightyears behind at Wembley. Utterly and comprehensively battered from pillar to post. They ruined you, the call lines to the Samaritans in the home counties skyrocketed that night. ICI were notified as never before had so much plastic gone into meltdown. So we're below sh***y but we beat Barca, we beat the chavs, we beat cit£h and oh yeah we beat your mob too didn't we? With the winning goal scored by the player we whisked away from being bored to death at Carrington by the Neviller, how embarrassing indeed!
nikolaijns
05/07/2011 18:51:00
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nikolaijns is clearly distressed about the current state of Arsenal at the moment. I love how you say your tippy tappy football beat Barca but fail to mention how they dominated you and if it weren't for Messi's goal being wrongly ruled offside it would've been a different story. Heck you beating Barca is only half the story anyway. How'd your tippy tappy football fare against them during the away leg? Oh yeah thats right it got Barca a goal, nice backheel Fabregas oh and you didn't even have a shot pmsl! You beat Barca, City, Chelsea and ourselves, and? Does it change the fact that Arsenal are free falling down the league and now must be looking for CL qualification rather than title challenge? I must say you're right on one thing though, getting beat by l'arse is embarrassing :P You keep on playing tippy tappy football it's fine by me, it's a guarenteed 3 points a season for ourselves and an end of season capitulation. Why don't you go finish 4th in a 2 horse race or something? Or better yet, find your trophy cabinet key and give it a good dusting?
TheFamousNo7
05/07/2011 19:25:00
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Scholesy, you're spot on.
TheFamousNo7
05/07/2011 19:25:00
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How did we fare in the away leg? we were still in it all the way even at 3-1 down a goal would've seen us through and if it had been anyone else other than Bendtner on the receiving end of Walcotts ball we may well have but that's life. Sure they dominated us over both legs but they are the best team I have personally ever witnessed and we came away with a respectable 4-3 aggregate but when they came to London and annilhilated you into the ground, there was no respectable performance from you was there?
nikolaijns
05/07/2011 19:49:00
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Basically you can try and gloat about how you perceive my club, it doesn't faze me what some plastic div from sussex thinks of me or Arsenal. My point stands, tippy tappy gave you a balls deep collective cornholing winning a trophy in the process so the article is deeply flawed. Laters gloryhunters.
nikolaijns
05/07/2011 19:55:00
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Well I say article but at 10 lines it's more of a tweet.
nikolaijns
05/07/2011 19:58:00
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lol someones on the rag.
Kanchelskis
05/07/2011 20:52:00
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"Basically you can try and gloat about how you perceive my club, it doesn't faze me what some plastic div from sussex thinks of me or Arsenal." - Just to clarify, i've got a great amount of respect for Arsenal and Arsene but surely it gets to a point where he needs to realise that the tippy tappy approach just isn't working and something needs changing. The fact that your using Barca as your only defense kind of identifies how desperate the defense of the tippy tappy approach is. Barca are a footballing anonymole, no one can reciprocate what they do on a football pitch. The fact that they've won so much and you've won so little really emphasises the gulf in quality of Barca's tippy tappy and yours.
TheFamousNo7
05/07/2011 22:47:00
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