January 5th, 2015

Aaron #4

Arsène Wenger lost another battle to his coat zipper.

Arsène's zipper 496, Arsène 0.

This man is a trained economist. This man has been a top-flight manager for 27 years. This man is a grown ass adult.

This man still cannot zip up his coat.

Puma swore it made a coat even he could zip. Wenger even said he could zip it up. But you can't fight the laws of Earth, and the 8th Law of Earth is that Arsène Wenger can't zip up his coat.

Words are SB Nation's, not mine.

2015 Asian Cup Preview

Did you know that the Asian Cup was coming up?  In honor of ontd_football's Asian peeps <3, here is a preview of the tournament, which will run from January 9th to January 31st in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra and Newcastle, Australia.  You can also see lots of general details @ Wikipedia. ("The winners of the tournament will earn the right to participate in the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup, which is to be hosted by Russia.")  The competition's webpage is HERE.

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Also, the mascot is Nutmeg the Wombat! Suck it, Super Victor. ;-P

cat, cloak and dagger

news and gossip (tit bits really)

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100% marcelo

Chezza's dreams of being Arsenal #1 going up in smoke (perfect title by chrysa)

We’ve all been there, haven’t we? (For the record, I’ve never been there. I don’t smoke.)

A flat tire to start your morning, your usual taco joint was all out of barbacoa, you say through an insufferable lecture from your idiotic boss and to top all of that off, traffic is a nightmare on your way home to basement full of rain water from the night before. You just need a quick cigarette (or three — thanks, traffic!), and you’ll be good.

Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny seems to know this feeling all too well. Szczesny, who is apparently at least an occasional smoker, was reportedly caught lighting up in the St. Mary’s Stadium showers following Arsenal’s 2-0 New Year’s Day defeat, which was underlined by the Pole’s poor performance in goal. Here, Szczesny’s pair of blunders can be seen all but gift-wrapping Southampton the three points that afternoon and resigning the Gunners to sixth place for the time being.

According to reports, Szczesny was fined £20,000 for the incident by an enraged Arsene Wenger. From theDaily Mail:

Former Arsenal star John Jensen had claimed on Danish TV that Szczesny, 24, had suffered a bitter fall-out with Wenger and would not play again this season, although Arsenal denied that allegation and said Szczesny remains part of their first-team plans.

Szczesny wasn’t even on the bench for Arsenal’s 2-0 third-round FA Cup victory over Hull City on Sunday. That could, however, have very easily been a predetermined game off for Szczesny who has started 17 of 20 Premier League games this season, as well as all six in the club’s Champions League group.



tsk tsk, what do you have to say for yourself chezza?

smh!! (also i just grabbed a bunch of random tags. delighted to see drogba's, lol)

Aaron #4

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