Wednesday, 18 March 2009

And now for a commercial break....

"I categorically deny that I spat at anybody after the match. I have never done this in my whole career on the pitch, so why would I do it when I am not even playing?" - Cesc Fabregas.





We believe you Cesc. We all believe you.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dirty scummer. Shows their complete lack of class, waltzing around the pitch in his stupid black jacket after the game. Its the arrogance of Wenger that is to blame but then Arsenal ,for all their Marble Halls, have always been dirty cheating filth.

For the record, I support West Ham. Hate Spurs too ;)

General Brickhead said...

He wasn't spitting. He was blowing him a kiss.

Anonymous said...

So Fibreglass spits at someone in the tunnel and Wenger doesn't see it. Who would have thought...

The Machine said...

This is what happens when there's no pizza made available.

Anonymous said...

Detestable.

West Stand Bagel said...

No shock or surprise here. Fabregas obviously proving he is now fit to make his Arsenal comeback.

Anonymous said...

How he can have the cheek to say he's never spat at anyone in his life when he was booked for it a couple of seasons ago! I think he should have the book thrown at him anyway for being on the pitch after the game! Only officials and squad members who are registered for the game are allowed, surely? Perhaps someone should stroll onto the pitch in a Fonz type leather jacket at the Emirates and just say ehhhh, when asked why they are there.

SuperCoop said...

Dirty arsenal scum. Good player but no one respects that!

I think mr wenger picks his players on their 1 - cu*t rating. If u score a complete cu*nt on test, you're in.

spooky said...
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spooky said...

If CF had stayed at Barcelona I bet he would have turned out to be a nice decent lad. There's something inherent about young kids growing up 'the arsenal way'. Wenger perpetuates self-belief that seems to grow into uncontrollable petulant arrogance. It's ok to be confident and have the belief that you are superior footballers (works well at Utd with Fergie) but it seems class and grace are two qualities that are diminished out of existence by Arsene.

Note the subtle corruption of Theo Walcott already. But alas, it will all come to an end once Wenger departs for the nuthouse.

Unless Wenger has cloned himself or Arsenal bring in the new Wenger. A younger version with a spec-savers voucher.

Oracle said...

If Wenger doesn't see it, it never happened.

Anonymous said...

Says it all about that club:

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/sport/football/article2324835.ece