[VIDEO & PHOTO] The Best Thing Diaby Has EVER Done In An Arsenal Shirt

By on March 25, 2011

Abou Diaby is not exactly flavour of the month at the minute with many Arsenal fans, with most becoming increasingly frustrated with the lanky Frenchman’s habit of slowing down attacks, sloppy play and a distinct lack of effort shown at times. For all his potential, can anyone remember the last time he had great game? What are you’re memories of Diaby’s contribution over the last few years? I honestly can’t think of anything positive. And don’t tell me he’s been injured, i know he has but he’s still had enough playing time to make a positive impact somewhere along the way.

My two lastings memories of Diaby are his ridiculous own goal to gift Manchester United all three points at Old Trafford last season and the time he knocked John Terry out in the Carling Cup Final in 2008! I’m not JT’s biggest fan and looking at the photo and video does make me shudder slightly, but in all honesty there was probably only one man i would rather that happened to…..and that’s JT’s mate Cashley.

Here are some video’s of Diaby’s ‘best-bits’ in an Arsenal shirt:

Terry K.O

Diaby own-goal

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16 Comments

  1. Rugg

    March 25, 2011 at 9:48 am

    I’m glad you’re finding a kick to the head that knocked out a person – amusing .

    • Shashi

      March 25, 2011 at 9:57 am

      Yes, then we have the audacity to complain about injuries to our players while celebrating injuries we caused to other players.

    • Danny Salford Red

      March 25, 2011 at 12:04 pm

      John Terry should under no circumstances be considered a person. 🙂

    • Fab4

      March 25, 2011 at 1:36 pm

      Lighten up mate, if JT was seriously injured…fine, but he wasn’t and this article is obviously meant to be a bit of fun.

  2. N7 gooner

    March 25, 2011 at 9:53 am

    He scored a great goal at Villa Park in ’08-’09 but for the main he remains frustrating. I can’t help but feel his injuries have played a part in him not growing as a player-we shouldn’t sell him as we won’t get much cash. I think we’re better off keeping him for one more season but bringing in some more competition/cover. So, it’s grow or go.

    Sadly I think it’s time to call it a day for Denielson. I don’t think he’ll flourish like Flamini eventuallly did.

  3. JoeyB

    March 25, 2011 at 10:08 am

    Ah, yet another final that Arsenal failed to win. Also the famous kids, although dfor that match the averages ages of the teams were only 2 yeras apart.

    Funny that this has come up now of all times! What with our captain and rock of a CB went off and we carried on to win. Imagine if that had been Arsenal, mehehehehehe, we’ve seen what their defence is up to of late.

    The beautiful game indeed, you must be so proud of naming this the ‘most memiorable’ action of one of Arsene’s untouchables.

  4. JoeyB

    March 25, 2011 at 10:09 am

    Wow, excuse all the mistakes in the above post! Shocking 🙂

  5. Squiddy

    March 25, 2011 at 10:14 am

    Amazingly that kick was not rewarded with a red card but an Arsenal goal kick.

    Disgrace.

  6. max

    March 25, 2011 at 10:21 am

    no matter how much one dislikes a footballer i wouldn’t wish him such a blow to the head. it was a really nasty kick and things could have ended worse. to call this an achievement of diaby is disgusting.

    i’d give him one more season, he can be very useful if he’d be able to play more than two games in a row without injury. if he doesn’t deliver next season… show him the door!

  7. bc

    March 25, 2011 at 10:25 am

    The way i see it is that Diaby and Denilson and Rosicky for that matter will simply be blocking other players paths next season and we should sell them. Given that our first choice 3 central midfielders are Fabregas, Song, Wilshere, i would rather see Ramsey, Frimpong, Nasri than these 3 and also, Emmanuel-Thomas, Coquelin, Lansbury. That said i want us to play to our strengths next season. Unless we buy some natural wingers, then i would like to see us switch to a 4-1-3-2 formation, with Walcott, Vela, Sunu, Murphy, Watt and Afobe challenging RVP, Chamakh and Bendtner for the 2 striking roles, that is assuming there is no sales, loan outs or purchases. The attacking 3 will be contested by Fabregas, Wilshere, Nasri, Arshavin, Lansbury, Ramsey, Emmanuel-Thomas (Diaby and Rosicky if they stay) and hopefully Hazard. The DM role will be contested by Song, Frimpong, Coquelin, (Denilson if he stays) and hopefully Melo.

  8. ak47

    March 25, 2011 at 10:33 am

    you lot need to lighten up acting like terry is a pillar of the community! he’s scum. i found it hilarious. if he would of died or suffered a life long injury then no obviously.
    i play footie every week and accidents are part and parcel. ive had the ball blasted at my nuts, face, nearly twisted my ankle and got pushed head first into the wooden surrounds in one game.
    and that kit makes us look like evil cheski. :-S

    • Fab4

      March 25, 2011 at 1:31 pm

      Exactly ak47!

      If Terry had been seriously injured, fair enough, but he wasn’t so i found it funny he got one in the face. It’s not like JT doesn’t do in hard trying to hurt opponents from time to time so was probably good for him to get a taste of his own medicine!

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  10. bergkampfan10

    March 25, 2011 at 12:01 pm

    he scored several good goals last season, i think hes having trouble finding form this season and personally i think some of his dribbling is pretty good, he just needs to cut down on the sloppy passes imo hes a good player

  11. ducey

    March 25, 2011 at 4:19 pm

    did you forget what he does to his own teamates. The home wrecker got what he deserved. I bet bridge wished it was his foot in terry’s mouth. Nice shot diaby!!!!! Gunners up hoes down while john terry’s head bounce to this.

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