22 responses

  1. Dex
    07/09/2015

    No wonder the Palace fanswere happy, they had an excellent transfer window. Signing Cabaye was fantastici.

    I’d have been happy with him at Arsenal. (Honest!)

    Seeing as the fabled Wengers Window of Wonder has now shut, having been witness to the amazingly astute business Arsenal did… Completely lulling the opposition into a false sense of security by fooling them into thinking we completely fucked up by failing to add to the squad, when in actual fact we secretly added the ghost of Cliff Bastin and Socrates to our all conquering squad…

    Isn’t it time to forget this bollocks of a trNsfer window and move on now?

    We play the Orcs this weekend… Surely that can unite Gooners… Even the hysterical zealots.

  2. Sukebe
    08/09/2015

    Could anybody block this bollock called dex, and move on now?

  3. omgarsenal
    08/09/2015

    Hey Sukebe….its a free country but DEX is actually a 15 year old,acne-scarred adolescent who gets his kicks writing desperately idiot rubbish like the above….its his sole achievement in an otherwise wasted life.

  4. Brickfields Gunners
    08/09/2015

    A panel of doctors at a local hospital who were asked to vote on
    adding a new wing. Their responses are listed below:

    The allergists voted to scratch it.
    The dermatologists preferred no rash moves.
    The gastroenterologists had a gut feeling about it.
    The neurologists thought the administration had a lot of nerve.
    The obstetricians stated they were laboring under a misconception.
    The ophthalmologists considered the idea short-sighted.
    The pathologists yelled, “Over my dead body!”
    The pediatricians said, “Grow up.”
    The proctologists said, “We are in arrears.”
    The psychiatrists thought it was madness.
    The surgeons decided to wash their hands of the whole thing.
    The radiologists could see right through it.
    The internists thought it was a hard pill to swallow.
    The plastic surgeons said, “This puts a whole new face on the matter.”
    The podiatrists thought it was a big step forward.
    The urologists felt the scheme wouldn’t hold water.
    The anesthesiologists thought the whole idea was a gas.
    And the cardiologists didn’t have the heart to say no.
    The HMOs killed it, anyway.

  5. Brickfields Gunners
    08/09/2015

    The cure ?

    Doctor: “Take the green pill with a glass of water
    when you get up. Take the blue pill with 2 glasses
    of water after lunch. Then just before going to bed,
    take the red pill with another glass of water.”

    Man: “Exactly what’s my problem, doc?”

    Doctor: “You’re not drinking enough water.”

  6. Nonny
    08/09/2015

    @ Bricksfield Gunners
    Sees fun in everything. Good morning to you to.

    @Dex
    Only thrives in negativity. I wonder what your life will be like. So much pain and anguish.

    To the heart of the matter. Yes, fans have a right to mourn and cry out but since the inception of the twitter and other chat sites, armchair fans have taken over the net spreading doom and gloom.

    The funny thing is that because a few have played FIFA and FM, they think they know that it takes to run a club. Things controlled in these games are not in the real word and there is neither reset or restart.

    Clubs have appointed experts (FIFA badge coaches) to run their club. They need to be given the chance and opportunity the archive their aim. Gone are the days when people exercise patience. Youths of today want everything laid for them on a plate and even at that, they are still not satisfied.

    Every club has its own Dex (aaa) even City

  7. Pete
    08/09/2015

    Dex – You have refused to respond to my very simple questions:

    1. Who would you have bought?
    2. How much would you have paid?
    3. Which current player would they displace from the first team?

    Put up or shut up.

  8. Pete
    08/09/2015

    I see the Arsenal contribution was by Bernard… I’ll have a word!

  9. serge
    08/09/2015

    Dex
    Don’t worry about it. It’s over and as you say now move on.
    To paraphrase the song: if you can’t love the players you want, love ones you’ve got.

  10. apo Armani
    08/09/2015
  11. nicky
    08/09/2015

    It’s about time the supporters of ALL clubs realised that (a) they know little or nothing about the behind the scenes action at their club during the bi-annual Transfer Window opening and (b)their posturing, complaining and advising has no effect on the action taken by their club.
    Better by far to have faith in those whose responsibility it is to govern the club and its business.

  12. Judge
    08/09/2015

    Peter ref who would you buy ?

    It’s not quite that straightforward surely , unless your the manager with access to imformation from other clubs and agents the only players you could pick from are the ones that have been sold
    What about clubs that sought exchange deals , I would have considered flaming and Arteta for Austin myself

  13. Nonny
    08/09/2015

    @ Judge

    You would seriously have bought Austin if you were the manager? As what, because I know he will definitely be behind Giroud and Walcott in the pecking order and gets to play the odd FA and League Cup matches with a few substitute appearances. (We already have Campbell for that)

    Questions
    1. If you are Austin, would you leave QPR where you are a fan favourite and 1st choice to go become 3rd choice at Arsenal with limited game time.

    2. If you are Arteta or Flamini, would you leave Arsenal for QPR? (They can’t even afford the wages)

    3. What happens to Akpom if he develops to the required level after the loan deal like wilshere did?

    4. What happens when a targeted striker becomes available next transfer window or summer? You buy him too of course and become Liverpool who at one time had 8 strikers in their books.

    5. Do you think Arsenal fans will welcome the idea of Austin as an ideal striker after clamouring for a WC? Least I forget, Welbeck will be back next year and Austin will become 4th choice on a massive salary with a 4-5 years contract.

    You would really make a wonderful manager. Keep it up.

  14. serge
    08/09/2015

    This new Like-Dislike feature is a bit buggy. In testing it out I managed to vote for myself twice and I’m definitely not worth it.

  15. serge
    08/09/2015

    And now a third time.

  16. Judge
    08/09/2015

    It was meant to be a little tongue in cheek . No I don’t seriously want to sign Austin hes no way good enough for Arsenal it’s was an example of what might be possible , but such imformation would only be available if you were a Manager .

    That said if Giroud got crocked and we didn’t miss Flam an d Arteta certainly no worse than Sanogo or Cambell !

  17. Judge
    08/09/2015

    As emergency back up . Which we may well need ,hope not !

  18. Menace
    08/09/2015

    I am happy with the squad we have at present. The injuries are a little disappointing as I was hoping our squad would survive the first 10 games. We have not played badly but our finishing has been ‘soft’. Our aggression is lacking in the opponents box.

    I hope we win this months games because it will prepare us for the rest of the season.

    COYG

  19. Pete
    08/09/2015

    Judge – but that’s the point. There were no obvious candidates. I would not take any of the strikers who moved at the price that was paid, to Arsenal.

    Of the strikers who didn’t move we just don’t who was available and what they would have cost. Given the likes of Man Utd spent £36mm (and the rest) on Martial it was obvious that if any top class striker became available we would have been outbid.

    So I was very happy with how the window went. We have saved our money for a future opportunity.

    In the meantime, I will trust Wenger to develop the likes of Akpom.

  20. sukebe
    08/09/2015

    @omgarsenal

    yeah, i just hate his foulmouth..

    that’s not how kids supposed to use their mouth anyway…

  21. Gord
    08/09/2015

    Manchester City: Net spend £124.4m

    What a window… We’ve signed the best player in the Bundesliga last season, England’s best prospect since Wayne Rooney in Raheem Sterling, La Liga’s best defender from last season, and Fabian Delph.

    Apparent rating: Wow! 10/10

    Second game playing for England after the transfer to ManCity, and Delph blows his hamstring after 12 seconds.

    > There was no one near him when he went down. It’s a hamstring.

    I’m not watching, bad warmup? Got to be some reason why he got injured so quickly.

    No reasons being proposed by the muppets at the BBC. Is Phil at the game? Did he tackle him? Or his brother Gary?

  22. Stan The Man
    09/09/2015

    @Gord. Those guys are real bad ass baddies. They probably projected their dark thoughts unto the field of play to do him in without anybody seeing them. They get a huge kick from seeing people injured, even their own. Am sure they must be licking their thin lips in satisfaction in some dark cave somewhere….

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