13 responses

  1. RoyVasey
    16/02/2010

    Been drinking?

  2. MoMONEY
    16/02/2010

    Lol two great articles back to back. But bad news is we are going to be missing arshavin song gallas Eduardo and almunia tomorrow… This could get interesting unfortunately…

  3. aayush
    16/02/2010

    oh yeah them Higgs Bosons i remember them……

  4. aayush
    16/02/2010

    “William Gallas has a calf injury. Alex Song has a knee injury. Andrey Arshavin has a hamstring injury. Manuel Almunia has a finger injury, and the hand is quite useful for goalkeepers. Eduardo has a recurrence of his hamstring injury. We tried to push him through.” said Wenger.
    oh no this is worse than the higgs bosons…………

  5. LRV
    16/02/2010

    Billy, Could you get some Margaritas for our boys so the injuries could stop?

  6. Tony
    16/02/2010

    Dont you worry my little ol China’s me beauty, The Great Lord Wenger has sent his private jet over for me and I’m in the squad.

    Actually I have just been on another site for reasons that escape me ath this time, and it is full of “That’s us done then” and “Out of the euros for sure” comments.

    If we could find a way to bottle and export depression, and if we could find a market for it, then we could make a fortune because there’s tons of the stuff just laying about all over the Arse-blog-sphere.

    Billy (sent via AstroSat and Tony)

  7. c.u.r.s.e
    16/02/2010

    @roy. lol. yeah i reckon he’s had a few. cheered me up tho.cheers

  8. Pat
    16/02/2010

    Haha lol good stuff.

  9. walter
    16/02/2010

    Been drinking ? That’s how we know our Billy.

  10. walter
    16/02/2010

    Barcelona had 6 injured players and they dispair. We got 8 and some half fit players but I have confidence in the players left and they should be able to bring home a result.
    But must admit that we all would have hoped for all our players fit again but… well that’s Arsenal’s life….

  11. Getty
    16/02/2010

    Sir Tony…or is it Billy this time? Nice and fun, very refreshing indeed. Those foreigners, having you shout that loud, are they deaf too then? … Ok, I run into this issue here in the US. Some people start speaking loud when they realize english is not your first language. Funny, I had to politely tell them that I’m not deaf and smile. Oh and the coffee invention thing “1906 by Monteiro da Costa who invented coffee”, I thought the word coffee came from an Ethiopian region called ‘Keffa’ where it was discovered first. Becareful now,we are hangging onto every word you utter these days.

  12. Getty
    16/02/2010

    Sir Tony…or is it Billy this time? Nice and fun, very refreshing indeed. Those foreigners, having you shout that loud, are they deaf too then? … Ok, I run into this issue here in the US. Some people start speaking loud when they realize english is not your first language. Funny, I had to politely tell them that I’m not deaf and smile. Oh and the coffee invention thing “1906 by Monteiro da Costa who invented coffee”, I thought the word coffee came from an Ethiopian region called ‘Keffa’ where it was discovered first. Becareful now,we are hangging onto every word you utter these days.
    Forgot to write great post! Can’t wait to seeing the next post!

  13. Brickfields Gunners
    17/02/2010

    ” a maverick publican with Tourettes, ” -how refreshing to hear from a articulate tourist ,a better class than those brainless ,shirtless and clueless louts who invade Europe during the football season.I can just imagine Billy’s stubby fingers holding onto that crayon as he gingerly waxes lyrical of his exploits and shares his insight with us and changes history as we know it.Hold on to those postcards – they will be worth a pretty penny in time to come.
    Looking forward to his further posts as the Arsenal go on to win the Champions League.

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