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Arsenal Fighting Against Blatant Favouritism Towards Rivals?

Are Man Utd favoured with refereeing decisions? Are Arsenal handed rough treatment because they have a heavy French influence?

It is amazing that we have to give Man United, at least a ten point handicap regarding decisions that go in their favour, and decisions that go against us. Alan Pardew, manager of Newcastle, summed up this matter quite appropriately when interviewed after the Man United game, after Hernandez was not given a penalty. Pardew remarked that he had told the referee, that it was rather brave of the referee not to have given Man United a penalty.

This is a clear statement that supports the theory that referees are afraid to rule against United because they feel intimidated. Why should a referee who has made the correct decision be described as ‘brave’? Why should Man United be treated any differently to any other team in the premiership?

There is no doubt that United are the world-wide selling point of the Premiership and you need your number one product to be successful, in order to sell television rights and appeal to a wider audience. It is all about maximising revenue. If United are not winning, then the Premier League cannot sell overseas rights are highly as they are currently doing, because there won’t be as many countries interested in buying the rights at exorbitant rates. Nevertheless, should fair play be sacrificed for this purpose where it makes it impossible for other clubs to compete on the same level playing field?

A clear illustration of this was when Fabregas conceded a penalty against Spurs by blocking a Spurs free kick. The very next week, a Wigan player did the same thing against Arsenal and nothing was given. United always get the rub of the green and that is no co-incidence. The Gary Neville incident vs West Brom, was as blatant as the goal that wasn’t given, when the ball crossed the line against Spurs a couple of years before. How can anyone miss that? The list goes on and on. If someone makes a video of the decisions that have won United titles, it would be feature film in length.

It sounds like fairytale stuff when Newcastle come back from four goals down to draw four all against us, but does anyone, apart from committed Arsenal fans, bother to question how this result was really made possible?

The FA, in my view, see Arsenal as a French club playing in the English Premier League and therefore they dish out a catalogue of poor decisions against Arsenal. Arsene Wenger, being the intelligent man that he is, is fully aware of this and he is equally aware that it is futile to complain because he will be branded a sore loser looking for excuses by the English press who are part of the wider conspiracy.

They refer to Arsenal’s fine style of play not producing any trophies for six years and a lack of an English spine in the Arsenal team. They clearly overlook the fact that poor refereeing has ensured that Arsenal have not got any trophies to show for their fine exhibition of the game. Don’t also forget the blatant fouling of Arsenal players have resulted in long term injuries, that clearly affected our results. If the playing field were level, then the manner in which Arsenal have played the game over the past six years, would have produced a trophy ages ago.

Notice how the English press point to Chelsea and Manchester City as being big spenders but fail to mention that Manchester United are also huge spenders. They paid £30 million for Ferdinand a while back when transfer fees were much lower and £27 million for Rooney. Don’t forget they have a number of flops that they have paid over £16 million to acquire.

Until these issues which are swept under the carpet are openly addressed, then it will be impossible for Arsenal, who believe in the correct spirit of the game, to win a significant trophy for perhaps another six years!

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  1. GD

    August 9, 2011 at 1:11 pm

    Brave article.
    Little over the top, but there is something wrong with the decisions united get

  2. lewi

    August 9, 2011 at 1:11 pm

    100% accurate!!!!!!

  3. snowy

    August 9, 2011 at 1:12 pm

    couldnt agree more.
    neville should have been sent off twice. vidic how many times??? its the sendings off that man u are very good at getting away with. if vidic played for arsenal!!!

  4. Norman

    August 9, 2011 at 1:12 pm

    Wenger is a very gud tactician. Least we 4gt e best way 2 defend is 2 attack. We just ve 2 avoid conceding a lot of set pieces.

  5. Curly Fries

    August 9, 2011 at 1:14 pm

    There’s a number of issues here I think…

    *the scrutiny Taggart gives decisions that go against him team
    *the referees that get the big games are the ones that appease the big managers
    *north/south divide of where the referees are from
    *xenophobia in the public & media because you’re right, Arsenal are viewed as French
    *Sky leading the debate with SSN and they have a vested interest in Man Utd

    But of course you make any suggestion of it and you’ll be called paranoid or worse – as no doubt you will be on here

  6. rafi

    August 9, 2011 at 1:15 pm

    I actually think that by stifling arsenals game through poor decisions the FA ensures not just that arsenal the team wins little if any, but ironically cripples the english national team’s chances of success on the international stage. denigrating arsenal’s technically superior game to a trophiless show ensures it is players from the manus, the chelseas, the stokes who get the nod into the national team as they are more physical yet less techically astute. the team then faces other national teams on the international arena in fair circumstances (no fa protection, ala manU) and with their physical game – win nothing! arsenal have had six years of no trophy success, how many england – and why when manu shine and are the BIG world draw? ask yourself.


    August 9, 2011 at 1:16 pm


    The F.A. (read the FERGUSON ASSOCIATION) have indeed found a way to treat Don Fergileone’s team differently:

    1-Blank Check to manipulate or intimidate referees to submission:

    – Graham Poll once said that he did not send off Rooney despite ranting 27
    obscenities in a raw on camera, because he felt somewhat intimidated, and had later regretted it! Poll even concurred with Rafa Benitez’s statements about Fergie’s unholy influence on the F.A. saying “he only has said what all of us referees always wanted to say, but couldn’t” (but I guess he was biased too)

    – Mark Clattenberg dared send him off after receiving umpteen insults. He was scheduled to referee the Shield match with Chelsea at the start of the next season, but was suspended 2 days before the game, The F.A. citing that his business accounts were under scrutiny for malpractice (at least he did not wake up with a dead horse’s head in his bed). He was later on cleared, but sure, he would dare take him on again!

    -Steve Bennett was reported by several papers the next day of a game against Man City to have been threatened by the football gangster who had said “do you think our fans will let you leave the stadium alive”. The papers wrote that if Bennett would put this in his report, the scaremonger would not only face suspension, but also CRIMINAL charges, yet Bennett
    never dared mention it in his report . In case you did not know, Bennett is the same referee who pretended not to have seen Ferdinand’s goal-keeper dive against Wigan nor sent Scholes off for a blatant violent tackle while on a yellow card, in a last game of the season title decider (Chelsea needed United to lose)

    -Alan Wiley was infamously branded “unfit” by him despite having covered more ground that his midfielders. The F.A. took some time as usual until badly pressured by the referees’ union, then asked him for an explanation”(!). The Don did not disappoint, and now said he meant “almost all the referees were unfit” . He was severely punished (!) by being given a 2-match ban and 2 suspended ones.

    -Martin Atkinson was branded “Unfair” a year later, having earlier already been accused by him of lacking the experience to handle an intense fixture (and he got away with it despite being on suspended punishment). When he finally got his suspended punishment invoked, he made the usual “bias against United” rant. Then while suspended, he went on to do again criticize referees in 3 games he did not get results in, but no further action was apparently needed

    The list goes on and on! His strategy is “attack is the best defense”, so he and his gang always pretend to be subjects of bias against them, to hide the blatant bias this man is privileged to count on.

    Every now and then there is a show to demonstrate the opposite, so the hypocrisy can go on.

    Graham Poll, England’s leading referee at the time was once said on BBC Hard-Talk what was the point in reporting him to the FA, when they’d just treat you as a trouble maker as a result!

  8. Norman

    August 9, 2011 at 1:17 pm

    lets gve wenger a chance and us e supporters lets nt demoralise e guys we just days frm e first game

  9. Jim McDonagh

    August 9, 2011 at 1:18 pm

    Absolutely spot on!
    The biggest problem is that refereeing and the press have almost completely distorted the reality of the game. United have won 19 titles. 3 of those went down to the wire. Had Arsenal had the rub of the green, like United do, then both Arsenal and United would be sitting on 16 titles a piece. Then some pratt like Evra syas to Nasri: ‘Come to a club that wins trophies’. Well, this club is just as big as United in terms of football and none can deny that when playing well, Arsenal outplayed every other team put against them, whether they were playing well or not, barring Barcelona of course, who have raised the bar further.
    The thing is, don’t the British fans deserve a level playing field and a press that is on average unbiased towards United or any other team?

  10. soltro

    August 9, 2011 at 1:19 pm

    I can’t agree more!
    It is obvious there is a negative bias against arsenal football club and Arsen
    I can name few commentators who have a clear agenda propagating all the negative and disrespectful comments about arsenal and wenger. It is sad to see these people who should be professional and unbaised allowed to carry out with tax payers funded programs like bbc radio 5 live.
    All arsenal fans should open their eyes and not being biased by these people whose agenda is anti- arsen.

  11. Anucha Nnaemeka

    August 9, 2011 at 1:19 pm

    Your post is the bomb to prepare us die hard Arsenal supporters for what to expect again this reason. As an African it’s hard for me to try and make people see this facts about favors to United and referees treating Arsenal like scapegoat. I feel they are not happy with Arsene because he uses his magical touch to improve French, African and players of othe countries but really does that to English players. The trend of bad officiating towards Arsenal will still continue untill he starts making the team more of English just like what Alex does to united. Maybe by acquiring Chambalain and hopefully Cahill things can change.

    • Davi

      August 9, 2011 at 2:02 pm

      It goes beyond that. Money is at the root of it. Utd have made themselves the biggest brand. The media all suck up to ferguson and Utd. Remember when Chelsea beat Utd after an apparently dodgy FK (which looked fine to me) and the Utd players all complained conspicuously in unison about how they were “losing faith in referees” – Imagine if wenger or the arsenal players did that; they’d be ridiculed – but they never even questioned Utd’s reaction. They just reported what the players said with no commentary. It’s absurd.
      They also covered for Evans’ disgusting kick to the ribs of drogba, which I think actually broke one of them. There was a comment during the game, but nothing said after. I believe this all happened in the same game, so the media chose to report that Utd were unhappy with the ref, rather than the disgusting act for which evans should have been banned at least 3 games, and their absurd hypocrisy at complaining about the ref in a game where evans got away with what he did.

  12. TheRed

    August 9, 2011 at 1:22 pm

    There’s nothin said when United don’t win the league.
    Never a problem when Arsenal had there ‘Invincibles’……ie botched penalty Pires Arsenal 😛

  13. topdan

    August 9, 2011 at 1:24 pm

    you are right. but people who speak out get called mad men or conspiracy theorist and that is how they get away with it. what about when rooney hacked down arshavin when he first came and it was no penalty. there is 1 rule for england and another for the continent. thats why manu have been spanked twice in a row by barca and england always get humilliated at international competitions. how can it be fair for teams like stoke, wolves or man u to go around sliding and crashing into the back of players. i think refs turn a blind eye when its arsenal getting kicked (antonio reyes).
    the day the fa and premier league clean up its act and be fairer is the day the english cream will rise to the top, which at arsenal with wilshere it is happening. english talent can not be found if people are allowed to kick each other. at liverpool they released a talented young player who was so talented that b munich in germany have snapped him up. so this looking after manu and kicking down arsenal is only killing the english game.

    • topdan

      August 9, 2011 at 1:46 pm

      this is 1 of the reasons why i love arsenal and admire wenger. wenger does not operate on a level playing field. that game last season against sunderland i think done it for arsenal and wenger at the end of the season. sunderland played like they were in a relegation fight and we were still playing for the league i believe or to stay in touch. the fans were not happy with the result even though we played so well. but i felt cheated. i felt that manu were done a favour to play hard maybe a fee included. maybe even the refs were paid. so many dodgy decisions.
      arsenal are the saviour of the game.
      i love arsenal.

    • Manutd forever

      August 9, 2011 at 2:32 pm

      And how many times has Barcelona spanked Arsenal? Don’t you forget that. Barcelona has beaten us twice, we’ve beaten them once. And you?? How many times? Just cut that crap!

  14. monkey

    August 9, 2011 at 1:28 pm

    All I can hear is “boo-hoo, mommy I’ve wet myself again!”

    • Curly Fries

      August 9, 2011 at 1:31 pm

      Then go fetch your dad a fresh nappy.

  15. rvk

    August 9, 2011 at 1:29 pm

    haha what a bitter bitter article. or you could just admit your team has not been good enough?
    you point to decision United get, what about the ones they don’t? to name a few…Chelsea at Stamford Bridge last year? when david luiz should have been sent off and the penalty smalling gave away should not have been? or the birmingham game at st. andrews where zigic fouled ferdinand, and bowyer was offside? or the seaon before when drogba was 5 yards offside which won the game and ultimately the title. as for spending, if you dumb arses do your basic calculations, man united have one of the lowest net spends of the top clubs in the EPL. less than chelsea liverpool man city and spurs. and all the money they spend is self-generated, not as a result of a sugar daddy. £150mln net spend since they bought rio ferdinand. thats £13.5mln a season! given what thay have won in that time i’d say thats pretty incredible. they bring youth players through as we can see at the moment and more importantly they give and buy english players unlike a certain french north london club.
    get your facts right and stop bitching and moaning…and thinking the world is against you – you might win something if you do. as long as the fans and players feel bitter like this – the club will carry on being unsuccessful and forever in man united’s shadows. all your players want out…clichey, bentner nasri fabregas…club is falling apart!

  16. Blaien

    August 9, 2011 at 1:31 pm

    And i thought it was all about scoring more goals than the other team.
    Maybe if Arsenal practiced shooting from outside of the 6 yard box they might have more success.
    Arsenal are one of the best passers of the ball in the premiership but until they learn you have to get into 18yard box to get a penalty other decisions won’t really help.

    • Curly Fries

      August 9, 2011 at 1:51 pm

      No apparently it’s about ‘supporting’ some club hundreds of miles north of you that you have no connection to because they have the most sheep so can buy the best players and win the league and you can gloat in their reflective glory because your own achievements are miniscule like your penis

  17. Colo

    August 9, 2011 at 1:39 pm

    True..very true.remember luis nani’s ‘goal’ against spurs?

  18. True confession

    August 9, 2011 at 1:40 pm

    Let bygones be bygones. it is not good to cry over spilt milk. let arsenal play their game and score goals and avoid conceding silly goals and see whether they will receive simlilar treatment. referees are human beings and are bound to make mistakes. so move on arsenal let this be your time to prove yur critics wrong.

    • Davi

      August 9, 2011 at 1:51 pm

      Rooney elbowed a player right in front of the referee and the ref put his arm around him. And that was just the tip of the iceberg. I counted 11 clear red cards they avoided last season.
      On the other hand, we got screwed many many times and I don’t think we won a game because of lucky decisions. Of course we get the odd one our way, wilshere could easily have received a red for example, but these are massively outweighed by those that have gone against us. Untold have analysed the refs in every game this year and have concluded that we conceded 11 points net because of referees – and that was rather kind to the refs!

      • Davi

        August 9, 2011 at 1:55 pm

        Never do we get more bad decisions going for us that against us – never.
        I don’t want that to happen either, it should even itself out. It just doesn’t do that.

  19. Bermy Boy

    August 9, 2011 at 1:42 pm

    It’s about time that someone has pointed this out!! And don’t forget to mention that when Arsenal get these bad calls and end up losing the game, it affects their confidence and moral!! I totally agree that the poor decisions against Arsenal are a major reason why we haven’t won any thing the last 6 years!! Good Article!!

    • Davi

      August 9, 2011 at 1:53 pm

      It affects the moral during the games as well. Imagine that teams are allowed to foul you over and over with no FK given – what does that do to an attack? Your opponents know that they can foul you, and you know that the ref will just let them do it. It must be stifling to say the least.

  20. Trev

    August 9, 2011 at 1:43 pm

    That has got to be the most hilarious article I’ve read for a long time. Arsenal don’t win the League because they’re not good enough, simple as that.

    • Bermy Boy

      August 9, 2011 at 2:08 pm

      Most non-Arsenal fans would never admit to this article… and by the way the article isn’t saying this is the only reason we haven’t won… it’s saying this is one of the reasons… and you can surely agree that Man.U. get Many calls going for them over Many years… Truth not opinion!!

      • Trev

        August 9, 2011 at 2:28 pm

        United have had many decisions go in their favour but they’ve also had shocking decisions go against them. Last season everybody spoke about how Vidic had Handled the ball against Arsenal when it wasn’t even obvious it had touched his hand(even if the intent was there) yet, in the same game the ref failed to award United a penalty for a blatent foul on Owen. The difference is that United didn’t allow it to ruin their season. Arsenal suffer from paranoia as this article proves. In the days of Vieira, Petit, Keown, etc they had steel and resolve but not anymore. That’s why they don’t win Trophies at the moment.

  21. rvk

    August 9, 2011 at 1:48 pm

    top 4 this year…

    man utd
    man city

    • Jim McDonagh

      August 9, 2011 at 1:55 pm

      Yeah – right. The punters have been saying Arsenal will drop out of the top 4 for the last 6 years! They also said that we would never go a season unbeaten.
      Wrong every time! I have nothing against United or Sir Alex but it’s the creepy little people behind the scenes that make sure United have a 15 point advantage every year. That has to end. A level playing field is all we are asking for. All fans (except maybe united fans).

      • rvk

        August 9, 2011 at 1:58 pm

        yes but with no nasri and fabregas…..could be a different story this year. and a stronger liverpool and man city!

        • Curly Fries

          August 9, 2011 at 2:00 pm

          We’ve also been hearing the ‘Fabregas is leaving’ line for at least 4 years…

          • rvk

            August 9, 2011 at 2:05 pm

            do you really think he is staying? and if he does, do you really want him there? wasnt good last year because he didnt want to be there…will be even worse this year.

            • Curly Fries

              August 9, 2011 at 2:08 pm

              He was Arsenals best player by a mile as usual and the season as usual fell apart when he got injured. Yes, we want him here. He’s the best player in the PL by a mile. Stop reading The Sun, watch some games and form your own opinion. Baaaaa baaaaa.

              • rvk

                August 9, 2011 at 2:14 pm

                curly pubes you seem to make a lot of judgements about people without knowing them. he is desperate to go! hates it there. we had it with ronaldo and let him go. its like a boyfriend thats been dumped but just wont let go…fabregas and nasri just dont want to be there.

  22. Louis

    August 9, 2011 at 1:52 pm

    Good Article but unfortunately will not be taken seriously. What is missing from the article is that modern premiership referees are not fit for purpose. Far too many desisions are wrong and too many games do not have the correct result. The fact is that if all decisions would have been correct then Arsenal would have won the Premiership after referees denied them between 11 and 16 points (depending on how sympathetic you are to the ref). Is this a blatent attempt to prevent Arsenal winning anything? I am not convinced as I am not convinced that referees deliberately favour United but it is undeniable that united have benefitted in recent years as Arsenal have been unfairly penalised. The same does not seem to happen in the lower leagues but I think that the fast nature of the Prem makes it more difficult to officiate. As such new technologies and other measures are required if there is to be any resemblance of a fair competition.

  23. rvk

    August 9, 2011 at 1:53 pm

    the difference is, and this is whatyou deluded morons fail to realise is that man utd have bad decisions go against them like any other team, perhaps more because small clubs llike arsenal moan about it to the refs and media all the time, but because we are men and not soft shelled pansies whose confidence is rocked at the slightest indidenct, we tend to go on and win most of our games despite these bad decisions. so they get brushed over and we dont moan about them. because we win the games anyway. scandalous decisions against us versus bolton and blackpool last year, but we won both games so no-one talks about them. what about carragher almost breaking nani’s l;eg last year? no sending off…did we get away with that one too???

    grow up babies…

    • Jim McDonagh

      August 9, 2011 at 1:57 pm

      Small club is it? You are only a ‘big’ club in that you have millions of glory fans. In every other department we are a bigger club than you. Honour, quality of football, technical ability..
      You are the deluded one, whoever you are ???

      • rvk

        August 9, 2011 at 2:02 pm

        haha Jim, i must remember that, honour, wuality of football and technical ability IS the true measure of the size and success of a club! haha.

        and speaking of honour, yes arsene whinger shows sooo much honour and respect to opponents and othe rmanagers does he? need i remind you of the countless incidents ovber the past 2 years? does eboue show honour and respect to his oppenets everytime he cheats? or does fabregas show honour with his disrespect a few years ago to mark hugher calling him a failure? or throwing a pizze at a legend like Sir Alex Ferguson when he was 17 years old?
        did martin keown and lauren show respect when they were jumping up and down like abunch of hyenas pver van nistelrooy at old trafford when you drew 0-0?

        as for technical ability, yes man utd’s 2nd goal on the weekend was a shocker…

        come back with something better

      • Curly Fries

        August 9, 2011 at 2:03 pm

        He insinuates that you don’t notice the decisions that go against United because they don’t moan about them. Classic. That’s the level of intelligence you’re debating here Jim McDonagh, it’s really not worth your time! He’s a sad glory hunting plastic sheep like many other millions out there. A prize erection.

        • rvk

          August 9, 2011 at 2:07 pm

          so do you know me? have supported them for 30 years and live in manchester…what your point?

          everyone that supports man utd is a plastic?

          show a bit more intelligence curly pubes…

          • Curly Fries

            August 9, 2011 at 2:16 pm

            Yeah you all have! Manchester population 20,000,000 but most have holiday homes in the home counties… muppet. I don’t know you, I don’t want to know you. Sheep.

            • rvk

              August 9, 2011 at 2:22 pm

              hahaha….you’re a silly little boy who makes judgements and shows no intelligence, about football and now life in general…

              • Curly Fries

                August 9, 2011 at 2:28 pm

                is this your attempt to take the moral high ground, helmet?

              • rvk

                August 9, 2011 at 2:30 pm

                no curly pubes – stating a fact. you make many judgements and generalisations – says a lot obout your character…

    • Louis

      August 9, 2011 at 2:06 pm

      Actually you a part of a deluded majority in critisising Arsenal fans for pointing out bad desisions. If you look at all the results at the end of the year then proffesional refferees have conceided that Man U beneffited from bad decisions to the tune of 6 points last season. Some games they were the victims of bad refereeing but overall benefited by the equivelent of two wins. Arsenal on the other hand bore the brunt of a minimum of 11 point penalisation. This is not from the disgruntled mind of bitter Arsenal fans but from qualified referees!

  24. Amair

    August 9, 2011 at 1:53 pm

    True talk, arsenal are been cheated!!

  25. rvk

    August 9, 2011 at 1:56 pm

    or micah richards tackle on ashley young on the weekend? even your very own alan smith called it a straight red and a disgrace. we didnt moan like mr whinger would have, we just got on with it and won the game.

    this is the most rubbish article, pperhaps deliberately written that way with the design to provoke a blog argument. if this is the case then congratulations it has worked, but “oalmasri” has lost any credibility as a “journo”

  26. Tonero

    August 9, 2011 at 2:02 pm

    These are excuses of a bad loser. In the last four years Man united has qualified for the champions league final three times. Would you say there is UEFA referee conspiracy. Put your house together and build a winning team and stop sulking

    • Curly Fries

      August 9, 2011 at 2:07 pm

      We remember them well, kick and rush and harrass and bully didn’t seem to work out too well against Barcelona did it?

      • rvk

        August 9, 2011 at 2:12 pm

        win one!

        • Curly Fries

          August 9, 2011 at 2:18 pm

          Pens after being outplayed for best part of 120 minutes, shameless – not as bad as the Bayern game though that really was a robbery!

          • rvk

            August 9, 2011 at 2:20 pm

            or better still get to a final!!!! 1 in your history!

            5 finals versus your 1!
            3 european cups versus you 0.

            jog on little curly pubes

            • Jim McDonagh

              August 9, 2011 at 2:22 pm

              But we beat Barcelona last year and the stats showed we were a lot closer to them than you were in your humiliating defeat. That was a footballing lesson.

              • rvk

                August 9, 2011 at 2:29 pm

                stats shamts…so blackpool beat newcastle last year, and newcastle beat you at the emirates, does that make blackpool better than you?

                what a pathetic argument. you beat them at home after getting battered to smitherines, messi miss about 5 one on ones. they were tpoying with you. at the nou camp it was even more embarassing!

  27. Jim McDonagh

    August 9, 2011 at 2:05 pm

    rvk: If you think United aren’t ‘helped’ to titles then you are deluded. Last year you were third best but the refs were somehow told to make sure you got your title.
    We don’t begrudge a lot of the earlier titles but it has become a joke now. Sir Alex can do no wrong and every other good team has to suffer a deduction of points.
    Most people in England will be glad when you lose a few years running cos then only your true fans will remain. And we have time for them. You’ll get your come uppance eventually and a lot of you fans will probably defect to City. Hopefully they won’t want you.

    • rvk

      August 9, 2011 at 2:09 pm

      jim sir Alex had more bans than any other manager last 2 seasons!!!!

    • rvk

      August 9, 2011 at 2:10 pm

      and how do you quantify the most benefitted by points? its a judgement call….
      just excuses…

  28. Jim McDonagh

    August 9, 2011 at 2:20 pm

    rvk: We’ll see you at the Theatre of Prawn Sandwiches. Hopefully you arent; one of the ones who shouts vile abuse at Wenger. That is a sign of how cheap some your supporters have become. It’s a disgrace.
    It’s hard to play against such total hatred. You were strong there last season. You were totally hopeless on the road. You can give it but you can’t take it!

    • rvk

      August 9, 2011 at 2:26 pm

      actually i do have a season ticket at club level…prawn sandwiches are lovely. no i dont shout vile abuse, dont need to, he shoots himself in the foot anyway. and coming from a club that have michel roux jr, a 2 michelin start chef cooking in their club level…the words pot kettle black spring to mind! takes corporate hospitality to a new level. with top club level tickets at £5750 a pop at the emirates, it shows the kind of fans arsenil are targeting!

  29. Man U 4 eva

    August 9, 2011 at 2:25 pm

    This is ridiculous… all the arsene whinger fans

    • rvk

      August 9, 2011 at 2:26 pm

      thats why they’ll never win anything man u 4 eva

  30. Jim McDonagh

    August 9, 2011 at 2:30 pm

    Up the Villa!

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