Emmanuel Frimpong Goes To War With Piers Morgan On Twitter

By on February 20, 2012

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Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong took it upon himself to defend manager Arsene Wenger, as he went to war with Gunners fan Piers Morgan on Twitter.

Journalist Morgan, who’s been an Arsenal fan for 42 years and holds a season ticket at the Emirates, has called for manager Arsene Wenger to be sacked following our recent defeats to AC Milan and Sunderland and has regularly used Twitter to voice his opinions.

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I respect Wenger’s record for us as much as anyone. But he’s run out of ideas, and we’ve run out of trophies. Time for change” was a recent tweet by Morgan, closely followed by “Better Wenger leaves now, while we all still love and respect him, than watch this horrible deterioration get worse and worse”.

While some Arsenal fans may agree with Piers Morgan and believe it’s time for a managerial change, one individual who certainly doesn’t is Frimpong. You can see the twitter exchange that ensued for yourself by going to @Frimpong26AFC and @piersmorgan and look at their timelines, but here’s a basic transcript of their row:

EF: Stop chatting soo much rubbish you. You know nothing about football. You sit behind your laptop and just talk utter rubbish.

PM: Oh really, Mr Frimpong? Well truth hurts, sunshine. And I’m not afraid to tell it. (you can’t even get in THIS Arsenal team)

EF: Just don’t bring your ugly face to the emirates because we at Arsenal are sick and tired of your abuse towards players and coach.

PM: Pipe down Junior, and go to bed. I’ve been following Arsenal for 42 years – twice as long than you’ve been born.

EF: We don’t need your support. You’re better off reading a script, leave the football to people that know about it. Wasteman

PM: Big words, big guy. I suggest you focus on improving your game – rather than abusing loyal fans. Most of whom agree with me. I actually like @Frimpong26AFC and his passion – but his youthful arrogance and complacency sums up #Arsenal ‘s malaise.

EF: It still amazes me you call yourself a fan? A fan don’t doesn’t do the things you do. The fans are the people that travel thousands of miles every weekend to support their team. Fans are the 60,000 people we have every saturday. Fans don’t turn their back on their team.

So, yes, Piers, you ain’t a fan. You’re just some big old school bully that has too much time on twitter. Now you go bed and wake up early to read.

PM: I’ve followed Arsenal for 42yrs and own 4 season tickets. That entitles me to an opinion. Which is: we need a new manager.

EF: Loyal?? Well in football you have bad and good times. The LOYAL fans are the ones that remember the Good times. And wait for More.

PM: You’re so loyal to Arsenal you went to Wolves. So put a DEEENNCH in it and stop pandering to the blinkered minority.

EF: When was your last game at the emirates? Instead of the Internet. What have you ever done for Arsenal in 42 years? Nothing

PM: I’ve supported them. Nothing more, nothing less. And I want us to be competitive again, not perennial losers

EF: You’re entitled to your opinion. Of course you are, but there are ways of doing it, and telling your 2 million followers rubbish we don’t need ain’t class.”

PM:  you started this by abusing a diehard fan who cares about his team. That demeans you Emmanuel, and I thought better of you.

It’s good to see the players sticking up for their manager, but perhaps a public row with a journalist and isn’t the best way to go about things!

Who do you agree with? Is Piers Morgan right, is it time for a new manager? Or do you back Frimpong and think the fans should stick by the manager and team no matter what? 

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74 Comments

  1. Easterngooner

    February 20, 2012 at 1:50 pm

    Frimpong all the way! In difficult times, we don’t need fair weather fans notwithstanding 42 years of “support”.

  2. Thorough

    February 20, 2012 at 2:00 pm

    Frimpong sounds like the fool here. How can you think people dont deserve to have an opinion.

    • dino

      February 20, 2012 at 2:13 pm

      Putting the manager and the players down will not help . maybe we do need changes, but not the manager!!
      when players , play bad, everybodys calling for there head and suddenly that player has a fantastic game and everybody loves them.
      everybody has there opinion but myself , we should support the players and the manager, everybodys not perfect we all have off days and i know alot of arsenal players are having quite a few, but you are not going to give them confidence by putting them down all the time…..!!!!!

      And thats my opinion….

      • Michael

        February 20, 2012 at 3:23 pm

        Hay if we had the power we would do more then just put some of these players down we would show them the door. If we had a truly solid squad Frimpong would be 3rd string at best.
        THese guys are Pro footballers they need to learn that along with all that money and fame comes a responsibility to preform. If you want to play at a big club you need to be a big player not in your mind but in the impact you make in the pitch. And when they do not they should expect nothing less then a good thrashing in the press and from the fans. Remember it is the FANS that buy tickets and team merchandise (and the as the sponsors hope buy the products they sell) that Pay the players salaries. I am not always in agreement with Piers Morgan not even now ether only for one reason if the board won’t spend on players what kind of manager would we get that would take the job with out a big salary and money to buy the players they want?

  3. Microraptor

    February 20, 2012 at 2:04 pm

    But… Piers Morgan is a category 1 idiot.

  4. Easterngooner

    February 20, 2012 at 2:05 pm

    Thorough, Why is Frimpong the fool? As much as PM may be entitled to his opinion, so does Frimpong.

  5. GMoney

    February 20, 2012 at 2:12 pm

    Thanks for translating frimpong tweets into English.. Problem with today’s personal media is that players don’t accept any criticism. Fans pays an ever increasing amount for season tickets and are allowed to voice an opinion. Players need to get their head down and work hard to turn it around.

  6. Odili8

    February 20, 2012 at 2:17 pm

    Yea,both of ’em are entitled to their opinions but they should’ve known that their opinions don’t mean anything to the arsenal board.

  7. frimpongfuture

    February 20, 2012 at 2:24 pm

    Huh, i ve been an arsenal fan for 30 years and never heard of Piers Morgan who is supposedly a fan for 42 years. however, i known about frimpong from the first day he was introduced to arsenal ( even while in the youth team).
    fRIMPONG, DONT WASTE YOUR TIME WITH SUCH AN IDIOT, HE IS JUST TRYING TO GET IN YOUR HEAD. FOCUS IN YOUR GAME AND LOOK AT WHAT YOU HAVE ACCOMPLISHED AT THIS AGE (PLAYING FOR ARSENAL). WHAT DID HE DO IN HIS 42 YEAR.

  8. GunneRay

    February 20, 2012 at 2:24 pm

    Frimpong was wrong all the way!

    As an Arsenal representative he should not have replied to PM who, is entitled to his opinion. Frimpong is one of those at Arsenal who may have a good future but this kind of empty-headed remark is stupid and shows the kins of mentality that many youth players have. Frimpong needs to remember who pays his wages and makes a club a club!

    • Easterngooner

      February 20, 2012 at 2:34 pm

      I fail to see why Frimpong’s remarks are empty headed and not PM’s. PM obviously thinks that AW should go and Frimpong disagrees, a view which he is also absolutely entitled to inasmuch as PM is entitled to his.

      • GunneRay

        February 20, 2012 at 3:10 pm

        What you fail to see is that Frimpong was insulting and as an Arsenal player it is unprofessional. PM was making a personal opinion and Frimpong should not get involved.

  9. Lumi

    February 20, 2012 at 2:33 pm

    To be honest, I think Frimpong is as stupid as Henry to come on twitter to say anything about fans complaining. He is very stupid I must say. I thought better of him. Any fan who has supported Arsenal that long and paid for tickets and merchandise time and time again, while Wenger and the board refuse to spend deserves to say however he feels. Even Wenger criticised his own players after the Milan game. They increase ticket prices and buy sh*t or not even buy. Frimpong knows nothing about the hurt that fans are feeling..He is just another stupid loud mouth, similar to Chisora..

    • Easterngooner

      February 20, 2012 at 2:55 pm

      Surely you are joking! Are you saying that a player should not respond to a particular fan’s viewpoint even if he disagrees with that viewpoint? Or are you saying that players ought not to get involved in any discussions among fans? Or that players have no right to disagree with a fan who has long supported Arsenal by buying tickets and club merchandise? The issue here is not whether PM “deserves to say what he feels” Of course PM is absolutely entitled. But isn’t Frimpong entitled to disagree as well?

      • GunneRay

        February 20, 2012 at 3:17 pm

        Arsene Wenger has previously stated that what happens in the club stays in the club (private). For that reason, Frimpong has taken it outside and that is unprofessional of a player. Take away the fact that PM is a celebrity and is just a fan. Would Frimpong still have made his remarks?

      • jonhjensenscurler

        February 20, 2012 at 3:24 pm

        PM has a right to his opinion on AFC and Frimpong has a right to disagree but not to put PM down!!

        “EF: Stop chatting soo much rubbish you. You know nothing about football. You sit behind your laptop and just talk utter rubbish”

        That just makes Frimpong look stupid in my opinion.

      • Michael

        February 20, 2012 at 3:34 pm

        NO they should not respond on tweeter or in the press. They should resound on the pitch.
        It is pendents and journalists jobs to wright about players and teams and managers. It is the players job to play. The sooner Frimpong learns that not everything in the press and on the internet from journalists and fans is going to be favorable especially when the team is not playing well the better. He needs to learn that players are rarely as good as the press makes them when giving parse and they are not as bad as when criticized ether. He needs just play and not worry so much what is written or said about him or his team.

        • ChineduSmart

          February 20, 2012 at 3:50 pm

          Not when somebody who claims to be Arsenal fan 42yrs is always running the players and the manager down at every given opprtunity. I mean this guy is anti arsenal, he does not know jack about football, he is just looking for every given opprtunity to make himself more popular.

          • GunneRay

            February 20, 2012 at 4:08 pm

            Okay, who bloody cares!!!!! It’s only PM..

            So what if he does run the club down?

            This is not about PM but the fact that Arsenal should be above anything else when all else are falling around them!

            How you conduct yourself at times of such criticism is more important and Frimpong’s reaction shows how much these kind comments hurt how how far he has to mature and respect others..

  10. jonhjensenscurler

    February 20, 2012 at 2:37 pm

    Much as I dislike PM, he is right imo. Arsenal fans created the monster known as Arsene Wenger. For years not questioning
    His decision making but just saying “don’t worry Arsene knows” or “In Arsene we trust”.AW now has this belief that no one should question him! So when the fans start singing “The King is in his all together” Arsene’s fingers are wedged firmly in his ears.

  11. Only one...erm....

    February 20, 2012 at 2:56 pm

    Probably not wise for Frimmy to get in a spat over Twitter, doesn’t reflect well on him or the club.

    HOWEVER, Piers Morgan is a class A twat, and a shit excuse for a fan. The man is living proof that just because you’ve been around the club for long time absolutely does not mean you’re any more level headed or reasonable about it. Fair weather fan if ever there was one.

    Hopefully none of this matters when we stuff the spuds this weekend… yeah.

  12. Gunner

    February 20, 2012 at 3:23 pm

    Well done Manu – it’s great to have someone with some balls at the club who is willing to stick up for what he believes in rather than some of these overpaid modern day footballers who are only out for themselves. Someone Arsenal fans should be proud to be part of our tribe.

    Fringpong = Gunner for life

  13. Dominic

    February 20, 2012 at 3:26 pm

    Given Morgan’s performance at the enquiry into phone hacking at the Mirror, I was only the Editor (i.e. the boss) I didn’t know what was going on,
    we can only assume he is an idiot or a liar.
    So guess who gets my support.

  14. Ziggy

    February 20, 2012 at 3:29 pm

    Personally, I don’t like players spending too much tome on Twitter but Frimpong is soooo right about here.
    Lets look at Piers Morgan, the guy is responsible for publishing wrong accusation about a group of Arsenal fans. It ended up with jail sentences and ruined lives. He recently admitted he was wrong but didn’t do it in public and never appologised. He’s been calling for Wenger’s head for years, it seems to be one of his favorite pass times. He’s not a real fan, he doesn’t know anything about football and I don’t think he cares much for Arsenal. All he cares about is his self-promotion and money he can make out of it. He can afford four season tickets but notice how he avoided answering Frimpong when he attended a game personally. Morgan is a real twit on Twitter. He had similar exchange with Michael Owen a couple of days ago with Owen telling him to stop talking football and start talking something he may know about, like doughnuts!

    • GunneRay

      February 20, 2012 at 3:44 pm

      If the comments were never made by Piers Morgan but instead, just another fan, would Frimpong have actually been bothered to reply. I don’t think so. It’s only because of Piers’s profile that he replied and that shows a certain naivety and stupidity on Frimpong’s behalf. Surely he knew PM wouldn’t stop at that?

      I’m pretty sure that Arsene himself would not be impressed with Frimpong..

      • Easterngooner

        February 20, 2012 at 4:33 pm

        You are now imputing motive on the part of Frimpong which I think we are not in a position to do so and neither is it fair. It is irrelevant whether he responds to a fan or a celebrity. I accept however that it is a moot point for discussion as to whether a player ought to refrain from getting involved in press and social media comments about his club as this may embroil the club on an issue more than it should.

    • Michael

      February 20, 2012 at 3:52 pm

      NO he is not it is not a payers place to say anything in the press or in response to what journalists have to say. I have more respect for players that just give short simple comments when asked in a interview like we should have done better (when they loose) or I do my best when complimented. Most footballers today have too big a image of themselves and should remember it is there job to play and if they read bad press should just ignore it as it should be expected when things are bad at a club that the press is going to be negative at times. And they should also take praise with a grain of salt as well and with some humility as most players are as good as the press makes them out to be and the high they are on at the moment can easily turn to a low just as fast. (take Fernando Torres) No Frimpong should just work at being the best player he can be and leave the rest to others. Wenger does not need his help defending him and if asked in a interview he should politely say that he will respect what every manager the club should decide to bring in and for not in is Arsen Wenger and he respects his manager. End of story but should ONLY make a comment should he be asked. Not to sound too crass but players should speak only when spoken to. Not to disrespect them but that is what is wrong today no one wants to accept their place in a company and players are part of a company it is there job to play football that’s it should the team win they should win with grace and give credit to their team as a whole and should they loose take responsibility along with the rest as a team as well. And try and do better and leave the rest to managers the board and leave the comments to the press.

  15. Paul E

    February 20, 2012 at 3:39 pm

    Piers is spot on! To back him up, read this (I’m copying from a top article)

    First, it was 8-2 in August against United.

    Then, it was the shambles at the San Siro with a 4-0 first leg against AC Milan. I held the faith even after the discussion of paying England lackey Theo Walcott 85k/week and extending awful Johan Djourou’s contract until 2015.

    But you had to grind salt into the wound with quotes like these, “People are always asking the same question but the first trophy is to finish in the top four and that’s still possible for us,” (Soccernet) continuing, “We have many missing: big, big players, too. We’re in February and [Jack] Wilshere has played zero games, [Abou] Diaby has played zero games, [Per] Mertesacker is out for the season and [Andre] Santos for three months.”

    No, sorry Arsene, that insults honest Gooners across the globe. You lost Mertesacker just last week, Dos Santos is a journeyman left-back and Diaby is nowhere near the world-class talent you perceive him to be.

    Just a thought, seven trophies in eight years – roughly half the Frenchman’s tenure at Arsenal. Zero trophies in the past seven years. If football is often a game of two halves, we may have routed 3-0 in the first leg and lost 5-0 in the second.

    It pains me to say this, it honestly does, but Wenger has lost it. He must go.

    TIME FOR WENGER TO GO, FOR THE DEAD WOOD TO GO, AND FOR A NEW MANAGER (Rijkaard, or Hiddink) to come in with fresh ideas AND the balls to demand the funds to achieve them from our retarded board of directors!

    • Michael

      February 20, 2012 at 4:12 pm

      I would not go that far as to say Piers is spot on. He is right that something drastic is needed but along with Wenger going it would also have to come with a WHOLE LOT OF MONEY to bring in a top level manager (they are not cheap ether) and the money for that new manager to bring in the players he wants. Remember Arshavin is the most we ever payed in a transfer fee. And to those that say e did not work out I say your crazy his immediate impact in the squad when he came is what kept us in the to 4 for that season and the following 2 he is now past his prime but when you sign a 27-28 year old you expect 2-3 seasons of top level long term but you do it mostly for immediate impact NOW. that is what is wrong with Arsneal is that for the past 6 years we have only been on the selling end of and deals involving experienced talent. so if you consider that we have bee 2-3 players short of a top level team, for 5 years now and then we sold 3 more this past summer only to bing in last min. squad players. Then we lost the top of the youth hope to injuries Ramsey with his broken leg then Wilshire this season. When a player misses a complete season of play at a crucial time of their development as a player it normally does not work out well for them. that is why they used to call a injury like Ramsey;s Career ending. With todays reconstruction surgeries it may be career interrupting but many time that interruption is enough to limit that career to that could have been top level to mediocrity.
      PM is correct Arsenal are in trouble and Wenger is a big part of it but sacking him will not fix the problems not unless it comes with a new commitment from the board and the sponsors it would go a long way if the Emirates group would just pay for the stadium that bares their name instead of also spending on other teams all around europe as well after all they have billions and if they won’t lets rename it Arsenal Stadium if we are going to pay for it by selling players.

      • Michael

        February 20, 2012 at 4:22 pm

        PS remember they also sponsor AC Milan. Maybe it is time for a lead sponsor that is as committed to Arsenal not spreading that support all over Europe and Asia. And if they want to call it Emirates stadium then they can pay for the debt on it if Arsenal FC has to pay it then it is Arsenal stadium and we can find other sponsor else to put on the shirt Hay I hear PM has a few Mil in the bank maybe he and Simon Cowell do it together and call it football
        X factor

  16. ChineduSmart

    February 20, 2012 at 3:41 pm

    I agree that PM has every right to voice his opinion, wheteher he is right or wrong does not matter. Problem is he seem to look for every little opportunity to run the manager and the players down. I have never heard him congratulate the team when they win or say something good about the manager. In that regard Frimpong has the right to reply him and from all indication PM does not like his reply which goes to show that alot of people who criticise does not like criticism themseles.

  17. emadu thomas

    February 20, 2012 at 3:45 pm

    idont see any reason why any body thinks mrgan is an idiot doesnt every body acrisis liverpool brewed this and now cant get out of it wenger has one diginity exit, quit now. why does every body think he shud die in power.

  18. KidC

    February 20, 2012 at 4:08 pm

    Not really much to say. Terrible season, Arsene should stay, a bunch of players should definitely leave (Walcott, Rosicky, etc) Piers Morgan is just upset that Arsenals been having a horrid season and yes he’s being a dick about it but he just wants his team to be The Arsenal and not the team they are now. The problem lies with everyone not just the manager. It’s the board, the manager and all the players. Comparing Arsenal squads from the past one major MAJOR difference was heart and the immense desire to win. Arsenal v Man U in 03, 04, 05, and most recently 06 (to a degree) were perfect examples of this passion and heart. Sure, they were violent but it showed the desire there was from this team to win. After 06 every Man U v Arsenal or Chelsea v Arsenal, big games showed Arsenal to be weaklings, heartless, passionless players. I will never agree with losing 8-2 because our squad “wasn’t strong enough” No Arsenal were and are all soft and know what it is to fight(win) for the squad. Emmanuel shows that character, along with Alex Song, Jack Wilshere and very few others. Emmanuel was defending the club he loves and for that I commend him, he may have gone a bit to far but lets face it he is professional and Piers Morgan knows nothing about the professional aspect of football because, if we are being honest, nobody knows more about the professional aspect of football than other professionals. People may know a lot but if you’re not a professional then that aspect of knowledge will never be attainable. They both make good points but I don’t agree with sacking the manager simply because he is the greatest Arsenal will ever have and I’m order to re vamp the squad, they need Arsene.

  19. The Don

    February 20, 2012 at 4:16 pm

    first of all
    what arsenal will be happy or not angry with the why the club his going

    i dont like morgan buttt having said that
    he says what alot of us think.

    something has to change the club is going downhill
    unless frimpong thinks that club is doing okay then his lost it.

    the club is taking us fans for fools
    7 years not won nothing
    and yet weee still go the the games
    they even have a nerve to rise ticket prices and yet not spend any money on players.

    what arsenal fan would be happy with how things are going at our club ?

    • GunneRay

      February 20, 2012 at 4:26 pm

      Who is taking us for fools?

      Is it Arsene, is it Stan or is it the board?

      Until we know why the club operate the way they do then we should not point the finger anyway. Maybe Arsene has his hands tied where money and policies are concerned.

      Maybe Arsene is just too loyal or too arrogant? We just don’t know.

      In my opinion i think the fans do have the right to know what clubs plans are in terms of business strategy and football philosophy. On current evidence the football philosophy is failing yes but who really has the power to turn it round? Probably not Arsene but, if the funds have been available we have been lied to by A.F.C. and that may be the reason why some fans feel the way they do?

    • Michael

      February 20, 2012 at 4:36 pm

      frimpong is young and foolish it is not his fault if asked he should respect what ever manager he plays under that is fine. But he should also respect should the board replace that manager. It is not his place to defend wenger only respect his authority on the pitch and training. Players need to just do their job. In reality frimpong and or another player is only as good to the club as his results on the pitch even effort has nothing to do with it you can try hard and still not be good enough. You can be talented and not perform. anyone want F. Torres upfront?
      No players need to learn that press both good and bad is part of the job for footballers managers, players and owners. It is just part of the job. They often are not as good as the press says ether. Heck Walcott scored one goal in a World cup qualifier and all of a sudden the press had him as the Savior of English football (for a week) players should just play the best they can and should they be on a great run of form and be praised take the good press with humility and remember it can all end just as quick. And if they (or the team or manger the play for) are criticized in the press they should take it for what it is it there is any truth then try and improve if not forget it and move on. ether way if the team is not going well they should know they ether have to play better of will have to make way for someone who can do better.

  20. Emeritus

    February 20, 2012 at 4:22 pm

    The Problem is Twitter / Facebook or any media where players and supporters interface. The players are , given a chance / hired by the Manager the suporters ( irrespective of how long they have been supporting ) pay the wages. They both want the same thing , get Arsenal forward , non of them is wrong

  21. Hightech

    February 20, 2012 at 4:47 pm

    If u think frimpong did wrong by defending the club he has an undyeing love for, then u’re the best joker of 2012. Its true dat critics hate 2 be criticised.

  22. Peter Ngugi

    February 20, 2012 at 4:58 pm

    It isn’t the best show to see two Gunners tearing at one another. Let’s all be receptive to criticism and be accommodating to diversity of opinion.
    When all is said and done, Arsenal needs a re-awakening of sorts. I sometimes feel so frustrated when I see our players refusing to take responsibility with the ball… it’s as if every player wants just to be lid of the ball at the earliest opportunity. How we miss the qualities of someone like Fab. et al. Again, why is it that other teams need only two attackers to score against Arsenal, while it’s like Arsenal needs up to eight attackers to score. This is the very reason we always concede on counter-attacks, because we can’t leave the role of attacking to strikers and attacking mid fielders – everyone attacks and forgets the primary role is to defend. Wenger needs to instruct that we should always have no less than four defenders in our own half at any given time – better not score that concede at the rate we are conceding on counter attacks.

  23. Steve of Chiang Mai

    February 20, 2012 at 5:14 pm

    A 46 year old having a twitter slanging match with a teenager…..tells you all you need to know right there.

  24. STEVO

    February 20, 2012 at 5:25 pm

    A bit presumptious of PM to claim that MOST fans agree with him, that alone is rubbish from an arrogant man. He might be closer to the mark with a claim that many fans agree with him on media chat shows and some of the message boards , but when you consider that on the average Radio show (ie:talksport)only about a dozen or so callers get to be heard on national radio and at the end of the show, the presenters claim that All of the fans of, Say Arsenal, agree with with the views of the presenter, it does not include the rest of the diehard fans, so perhaps Mr Morgan might like to apologise for his wild claim and not think that he represents all the arsenal fans and certainly not me

  25. Alva

    February 20, 2012 at 5:35 pm

    Leave frimpong alone, Arsenal will rise again with the present manager, all managers goes through difficult times and i think we will bounce back. LEAVE ARSENE WENGER ALONE

  26. GoonerQuatorze

    February 20, 2012 at 5:40 pm

    I read that the board doesn’t supply Arsene with all the money he needs and back all his signings because they make fiscal sense. Arsenal saves the most money of any team and while that means money for the club isn’t the point of having money to spend on quality? The blame is on everyone like many of us in the comments have said. It is very unfair that Piers Morgan singles out Arsene, he is not the only one to blame. We don’t know what the board or Arsene is up to in terms of money but I agree with Frimpong in terms of defending but not with how he handled it. I do not agree with Piers at all, sure he has rights to say whatever he wants but that doesn’t mean he is right. He’s a disgruntled fan and I want to believe that is the basis of his Arsene sacking comments.

  27. mark

    February 20, 2012 at 5:57 pm

    Frimpong should ignore that. PM is entitled to his opinion and you cant blame him for having it. But it wont do the club or the players any good by engaging those haters.
    Im backing Wenger, but FFS Arsenal spend some f’n money and just buy one or two world class players who can make an immediate impact. Im starting to get confused about what kind of club Arsenal is.

  28. real G

    February 20, 2012 at 5:58 pm

    Manu Frimpong = LEGEND!!! Proper player! Proper FAN! Proper Loyal! Shame about the injury as he would have improved so much out on loan!! Like Jacky boy!
    Can’t wait to see Frimpong and Wilshere in the heart of the Arsenal midfield for years to come!! Both legends already!!

  29. Stanley

    February 20, 2012 at 5:58 pm

    As far as am concerned,i think we realy need players who can do whatever it takes for the club they play for and love.Mr Morgan saying he have been a fan for 42 yrs makes NO sense to me……I stand by frimpong 100% and as he said to Morgan,you know nothing to do with soccer….please ZIP-UP your mouth….AN ARSENAL FAN SAY’S “ARSENAL FOR LIFE”.

  30. Abi

    February 20, 2012 at 6:03 pm

    How could EF abuse PM like this. He is a real gunner, so Emmanuel keep ur mouth shout down. Annoying

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