12 responses

  1. markyb
    15/05/2017

    Give their tickets to people on the waiting list.

  2. Samuel Akinsola Adebosin
    15/05/2017

    As for me, my support is totally with the Gunners and Le Prof to have a resounding victory over the Black Cats at Ems tomorrow.

    But let me sound a note of warning to the Gunners who will play in this match not to be complacent in their game with the David Moye’s Black Cats who will want to be a spoiler for Arsenal to get a surprise win over us to finish the season on a useless high. Or hold us to deter us in our efforts to secure a UCL qualification in next season’s campaign which is still on the cards. If needs be, the Gunners should caged the Black Cats (not give them any space or freedom to operate in the game) during the entire course of the match.

    And hopefully, Sanchez will pass that late fitness test to start the match. But if Koscielny can’t play due to the reoccurrence of the injury he had before, I don’t foresee any shortcoming in defenders availability at the 3 man Arsenal defence-line occurring
    in this match as Mustasfi, Holding and Monreal should all be available to start and marshal our defence.

    Final scores: Arsenal 7-0 Sunderland @FT 90′ +.

  3. WalterBroeckx
    15/05/2017

    Markyb, I’m all in favour for that!

  4. ClockEndRider
    15/05/2017

    Err, 10,000 empty seats is about 16.66 % empty, isn’t it?

  5. Menace
    15/05/2017

    Who the fuck cares about the empty seats? They have been paid for. The idiots that leave their seats empty are worse than the shit that evades tax. They have too much & want more.

    I support Arsenal & hope that Wenger renews for 5 years just to spite the aaa Piers.

  6. nicky
    15/05/2017

    Empty seats are of little importance to Arsenal FC.
    They have been sold and paid for many moons ago.
    And there is an 11-year old wait for season tickets PLUS 40,000 wanting to buy. 😉

  7. Leon
    15/05/2017

    Online Gooner has cut & pasted word for word from LG from before the United game, and the ground was full for that match.

  8. Leon
    16/05/2017

    There could be any number of reasons a person does not take their pre booked seat for a football match (none of which are related to token protests), so giving their seat to another supporter could be impossible to administer, and what if that original ticket holder turned up a little late to find someone else in their seat?
    Stupid idea!

  9. Nitram
    16/05/2017

    “To offer Wenger a contract extension would be the safe option for them, but it would guarantee at least two more years of stagnation, collapses and scrapping for the leftovers.”

    Fa Cup Win and 4th

    Fa Cup Win and 3rd

    Premier League Runners up

    Fa cup win ?

    What Spurs and Liverpool, let alone anyone else would give to be stagnating like us.

    These aaa types are truly an embarrassment.

  10. Nitram
    16/05/2017

    For years and years all we got from these aaa’s was “all we want is to be competitive. All we want is to win some silverware.”

    Well isn’t that exactly what’s happened?

    Yet as we all knew, that was never what they wanted. We all knew that would never be enough.

    Pathetic and sad. Manners and fear of a tirade of abuse, prevents me from saying what I really think of them.

  11. Matthew
    16/05/2017

    I wonder if Wenger includes Stoke, Southampton and Sunderland in his attack on teams who are “on the beach”.

  12. Nitram
    17/05/2017

    Matthew

    He was obviously talking about West ham.

    All I know is my West Ham supporting mate was embarrassed.

    My Spurs supporting mate was pissed off. “They play like they did against us and serve up that shite against Liverpool”

    Stoke, Southampton, and now even Sunderland put 3 times the effort in West Ham did.

    Do yourself, and the rest of us a favour and take your whinging little self off to a site that will appreciate you.

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