Dirty Leeds|Home|FA Cup|Monday 6th January|7.56pm KO

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Dirty Leeds|Home|FA Cup|Monday 6th January|7.56pm KO

Postby CloakedGooner » Wed Jan 01, 2020 11:32 pm

3 nil 8)

Btw, interesting fact for you guys:- The bones of a Hippopotamus were once found in Leeds. That's right! In 1851, workers were digging up sections of Leeds for regeneration works, when they came across massive bones that archeologists have since confirmed to be from an ancient hippo, who lived there around 100'000 years ago :typing:

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Re: Dirty Leeds|Home|FA Cup|Monday 6th January|7.56pm KO

Postby Clash » Thu Jan 02, 2020 12:39 am

:lol: I like this new ''interesting fact'' addition to the match thread. We could all learn something :D

As for Leeds United. What a stupid name ''United'' is in football. How can the ... oh hang on I've already done that one! :oops:

Both teams likely not to field their strongest sides but home advantage and our shiny new amazing work rate should see us through to round 4 :barscarf:

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Re: Dirty Leeds|Home|FA Cup|Monday 6th January|7.56pm KO

Postby nut flush gooner » Thu Jan 02, 2020 5:04 am

I hope Nketiah starts, and knocks them out of the cup.

That will teach Bielsa a lesson for not utilising our striker properly as a sub or when he gets his paltry few starts in the league. What a waste of a loan period.

How any sane manager could expect Eddie to lead the line on his own with no support from a number 10 (Bamford) in an away game to their closest promotion rivals is beyond me. You know in the Arsenal team with more quality, he will get a sackful of chances.

We've used more first team players in the Europa League this season up front, when all we needed to do was slot Eddie in. He would have got loads more game time for Arsenal since August.

That should be a warning to Arteta that Bielsa's brand of football doesn't match Arsenals and we should avoid future loan deals, especially with the likes of Smith Rowe looking to develop.

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Re: Dirty Leeds|Home|FA Cup|Monday 6th January|7.56pm KO

Postby DB10GOONER » Thu Jan 02, 2020 6:46 am

7:56pm kick off? Is that correct or just a touch of facetiousness....? :lol:

Anyhoo 3-0 win to our kids and duds. Fuck dirty Leeds. Always disliked them as a club.

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Re: Dirty Leeds|Home|FA Cup|Monday 6th January|7.56pm KO

Postby DB10GOONER » Thu Jan 02, 2020 6:48 am

I hope Nketiah starts, and knocks them out of the cup.

That will teach Bielsa a lesson for not utilising our striker properly as a sub or when he gets his paltry few starts in the league. What a waste of a loan period.

How any sane manager could expect Eddie to lead the line on his own with no support from a number 10 (Bamford) in an away game to their closest promotion rivals is beyond me. You know in the Arsenal team with more quality, he will get a sackful of chances.

We've used more first team players in the Europa League this season up front, when all we needed to do was slot Eddie in. He would have got loads more game time for Arsenal since August.

That should be a warning to Arteta that Bielsa's brand of football doesn't match Arsenals and we should avoid future loan deals, especially with the likes of Smith Rowe looking to develop.
100% this. What a terrible waste of time that move was for Nketiah. Hopefully starts and a hat trick for him. 8)

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Re: Dirty Leeds|Home|FA Cup|Monday 6th January|7.56pm KO

Postby Bradywasking » Thu Jan 02, 2020 6:51 am

I hope Nketiah starts, and knocks them out of the cup.

That will teach Bielsa a lesson for not utilising our striker properly as a sub or when he gets his paltry few starts in the league. What a waste of a loan period.

How any sane manager could expect Eddie to lead the line on his own with no support from a number 10 (Bamford) in an away game to their closest promotion rivals is beyond me. You know in the Arsenal team with more quality, he will get a sackful of chances.

We've used more first team players in the Europa League this season up front, when all we needed to do was slot Eddie in. He would have got loads more game time for Arsenal since August.

That should be a warning to Arteta that Bielsa's brand of football doesn't match Arsenals and we should avoid future loan deals, especially with the likes of Smith Rowe looking to develop.
Work with a Leeds fan who cannot understand the lack of game time Nketiah got. This Leeds fan has no time for Bamford either.
Holding will surely start against Leeds along with some of the kids..Love the FA Cup but Arteta has to box clever with his selection on this one..
Hated Leedsas a youngster, hated them as much as Liverpool and Man U back then, their supporters in Ireland were as arrogant as the other two's back then.
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Re: Dirty Leeds|Home|FA Cup|Monday 6th January|7.56pm KO

Postby CloakedGooner » Thu Jan 02, 2020 7:21 am

:lol: I like this new ''interesting fact'' addition to the match thread. We could all learn something :D

As for Leeds United. What a stupid name ''United'' is in football. How can the ... oh hang on I've already done that one! :oops:

Both teams likely not to field their strongest sides but home advantage and our shiny new amazing work rate should see us through to round 4 :barscarf:
Thank you! I thought it would be an interesting addition to the match threads, as well teaching us all a thing or two. Glad you like it :D

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Re: Dirty Leeds|Home|FA Cup|Monday 6th January|7.56pm KO

Postby CloakedGooner » Thu Jan 02, 2020 7:26 am

7:56pm kick off? Is that correct or just a touch of facetiousness....? :lol:

Anyhoo 3-0 win to our kids and duds. Fuck dirty Leeds. Always disliked them as a club.
Apparently so! I Googled "Arsenal Fixtures" and it came up as that. Possibly an error by whoever's put it up, but I found it funny either way :lol:

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Re: Dirty Leeds|Home|FA Cup|Monday 6th January|7.56pm KO

Postby mcdowell42 » Thu Jan 02, 2020 8:41 am

7:56pm kick off? Is that correct or just a touch of facetiousness....? :lol:

Anyhoo 3-0 win to our kids and duds. Fuck dirty Leeds. Always disliked them as a club.
Apparently so! I Googled "Arsenal Fixtures" and it came up as that. Possibly an error by whoever's put it up, but I found it funny either way :lol:
It's a mental wellness initiative spearheaded by Mr Tony Adams, that all fa Cup ties this weekend will start a minute later than normal

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Re: Dirty Leeds|Home|FA Cup|Monday 6th January|7.56pm KO

Postby DB10GOONER » Thu Jan 02, 2020 9:06 am

7:56pm kick off? Is that correct or just a touch of facetiousness....? :lol:

Anyhoo 3-0 win to our kids and duds. Fuck dirty Leeds. Always disliked them as a club.
Apparently so! I Googled "Arsenal Fixtures" and it came up as that. Possibly an error by whoever's put it up, but I found it funny either way :lol:
It's a mental wellness initiative spearheaded by Mr Tony Adams, that all fa Cup ties this weekend will start a minute later than normal
Haha I thought you were joking but it's true! :lol:

What good will this achieve? A minute to reflect? :roll: Will it help people like SteveO get over his mental love of shit Inglish managers? Will it help rodders defeat his compulsive masturbation demons? Will it help augie's hair grow back?

Will it fuck. :wink:

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Re: Dirty Leeds|Home|FA Cup|Monday 6th January|7.56pm KO

Postby SydneyGooner » Thu Jan 02, 2020 11:27 am

7:56pm kick off? Is that correct or just a touch of facetiousness....? :lol:

Anyhoo 3-0 win to our kids and duds. Fuck dirty Leeds. Always disliked them as a club.
Apparently so! I Googled "Arsenal Fixtures" and it came up as that. Possibly an error by whoever's put it up, but I found it funny either way :lol:
It's a mental wellness initiative spearheaded by Mr Tony Adams, that all fa Cup ties this weekend will start a minute later than normal
Haha I thought you were joking but it's true! :lol:

What good will this achieve? A minute to reflect? :roll: Will it help people like SteveO get over his mental love of shit Inglish managers? Will it help rodders defeat his compulsive masturbation demons? Will it help augie's hair grow back?

Will it fuck. :wink:
It might help your little Ewok ass stop being such a bully. :rubchin:

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Re: Dirty Leeds|Home|FA Cup|Monday 6th January|7.56pm KO

Postby clockender1 » Thu Jan 02, 2020 11:38 am

Winning is a habit and Leeds are a good side.

I would play our strongest team.

Personally i dont think the loan move was too bad for him, yes he didnt start but he was forced to make an impact each he came on and he often did. Hes not going to be a starter for us in the league so its a good lession for him.

2-0 to us.

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Re: Dirty Leeds|Home|FA Cup|Monday 6th January|7.56pm KO

Postby OneBardGooner » Thu Jan 02, 2020 1:48 pm

I hope Nketiah starts, and knocks them out of the cup.

That will teach Bielsa a lesson for not utilising our striker properly as a sub or when he gets his paltry few starts in the league. What a waste of a loan period.

How any sane manager could expect Eddie to lead the line on his own with no support from a number 10 (Bamford) in an away game to their closest promotion rivals is beyond me. You know in the Arsenal team with more quality, he will get a sackful of chances.

We've used more first team players in the Europa League this season up front, when all we needed to do was slot Eddie in. He would have got loads more game time for Arsenal since August.

That should be a warning to Arteta that Bielsa's brand of football doesn't match Arsenals and we should avoid future loan deals, especially with the likes of Smith Rowe looking to develop.
Ohhh! Yesss, wouldn't THAT be sweet.

No coincidence maybe that Arteta and Edu decide to bring him back now...Who needs a ladder and Binoculars to check the oppo's tactics...which by the way, we all know will be dirty..

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Interesting Fact Part 2:

Don Revie is Latin for Buncha DIRTY Sister Shagging CUNTBAGS :proudtosay:

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Re: Dirty Leeds|Home|FA Cup|Monday 6th January|7.56pm KO

Postby Jock Gooner » Thu Jan 02, 2020 1:58 pm

3 nil 8)

Btw, interesting fact for you guys:- The bones of a Hippopotamus were once found in Leeds. That's right! In 1851, workers were digging up sections of Leeds for regeneration works, when they came across massive bones that archeologists have since confirmed to be from an ancient hippo, who lived there around 100'000 years ago :typing:
Have you seen the women in Leeds......you sure it wasn't just a mistake by the archeologists :rubchin: :lol:

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Re: Dirty Leeds|Home|FA Cup|Monday 6th January|7.56pm KO

Postby Ernie71 » Thu Jan 02, 2020 2:02 pm

Away win Mustafi is starting :barscarf: :barscarf:


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