By Tony Attwood
Arsenal were down the bare bones. I know this because the “Evening Standard” yesterday told me exactly that before the match.
We were relying (“relying” mark you, not just “playing” or “using” but “relying”) on the “notoriously unreliable defensive midfielder” Flamini.
They called the situation “Flamin’ hell”.
The article below this wild ranting statements read…
“And so it has come to this. Injury ravaged…” (mark this well – “injury ravaged” ) “Arsenal are down to the bare bones as they face Galatasaray in a Champions League tie they must win to compensate for their opening defeat in the competition.
“It’s a time for a super hero, so step forward, er, Mathieu Flamini….”
And so the wild rant goes on. It is of course all Wenger’s fault. We were putting out, now the reserves, but the reserve reserves. We had not bought enough players. Stupid Wenger. And Galatas were no easy pushover. Oh no, these Turkish clubs can put it about a bit.
So what do they say now on their web site?
- WSL Round Up – West Ham v Arsenal Sunday 18:45
- Arsenal lost, but it is all part of the drive toward long-term sustainability
- Everton v Arsenal: a happy video, line-up and what the league table will look like after
- Everton v Arsenal: Injuries, points needed for 4th, and Arsenal the first to 100?
- Everton v Arsenal: extraordinary figures seen in the last 6 games table