Hull Tigers at home

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A dallying Gus Caesar
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Arsenal 1 Hull City 1

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A dallying Gus Caesar wrote:Arsenal 1 Hull City 1
Optimist! :roll:


:D :wink:


Arsenal 4 - 2 Hull City

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I've just spoken to the groundsman and he's confirmed that they've had the heavy roller out all week ahead of the visit of Bangladesh on Saturday. Time to fill your boots boys before the likes of Australia and South Africa come calling.

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northbank123 wrote:I've just spoken to the groundsman and he's confirmed that they've had the heavy roller out all week ahead of the visit of Bangladesh on Saturday. Time to fill your boots boys before the likes of Australia and South Africa come calling.
The heavy roller treatment will continue into November, when Burnley come to town......but by the time United visit later in the month it will be a cracked pitch with Van Persie bowling Warne style googlies that we find unplayable

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We will win and everything will be rosy in the Wenger garden 8)

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SteveO 35 wrote:
northbank123 wrote:I've just spoken to the groundsman and he's confirmed that they've had the heavy roller out all week ahead of the visit of Bangladesh on Saturday. Time to fill your boots boys before the likes of Australia and South Africa come calling.
The heavy roller treatment will continue into November, when Burnley come to town......but by the time United visit later in the month it will be a cracked pitch with Van Persie bowling Warne style googlies that we find unplayable
Welb-Hick to get another ton... I mean hat trick :oops:

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Maybe it will all be over for Wenger :rubchin: :barscarf:

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well if you believe the goal article and others, this hull trip is a fundamental test of wongas new anti-counter-attacking approach.

if we keep a clean sheet up there, they may be right. but if we lose 2-1 then nothings changed. i'm not holding my breath,

Hull are obviously going to look at the team sheet and if nacho is in there, then they'll pile high balls in whenever they can.

we will see.

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Well with all the stuff mentioned above, scared the shit out of me, we really that bad this season!?!?! :shock:

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Unlike the Albanian national team there will be 58,000 drones in the stadium if we don't win !

Interested to see whose fit !

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2-0. Welbeck and Jack.

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ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Season over as far as I'm concerned. Fuck off Wenker!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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goonersid wrote:ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Season over as far as I'm concerned. Fuck off Wenker!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Agreed! And ain't that a shame. We're not gonna achieve anything in the Prem or Chumps League, out of the League Cup, and unless we avoid Citeh & Chavs like last year, we ain't winning the FA Cup. Another snore-fest till April, when we put a bit of a run together and sneak 4th. It's really beginning to hurt now!

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goonertux wrote:
goonersid wrote:ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Season over as far as I'm concerned. Fuck off Wenker!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Agreed! And ain't that a shame. We're not gonna achieve anything in the Prem or Chumps League, out of the League Cup, and unless we avoid Citeh & Chavs like last year, we ain't winning the FA Cup. Another snore-fest till April, when we put a bit of a run together and sneak 4th. It's really beginning to hurt now!
the FA Cup will be sacrificed extra early this season as we play a league game just 2 days before the 3rd round.
our reserves are shit this season as well.

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Groundhog Day every season. I'm done.

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