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Opinion by pollyloveshouse posted zaidi ya mwaka mmoja uliopita
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DISCLAIMER: I couldn't find a way of linking this interview, so I added it as an makala instead :)


Arsenal striker Carlos Vela has told Arsene Wenger he is ready to break into the first team and hopes to become a nyota performer for the Gunners in 2009. Vela, 19, has been forced to wait patiently for his chance, but has already become a fans' favourite at Emirates Stadium,The Mexico international netted a memorable hat-trick against Sheffield United in the Carling Cup back in September and has already showed Wenger he has the ability to compete at the highest level.

Vela has enjoyed successful loan spells with Celta Vigo and Osasuna and believes the experience of playing in La Liga has made him a stronger player.

Wenger has already stated that Vela is one of the best finishers he has ever worked with and the prolific mbele is desperate to repay the faith his manager has shown in him.

Vela said: "Of course it's very important that the manager says these things - it gives wewe confidence.
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Opinion by pollyloveshouse posted zaidi ya mwaka mmoja uliopita
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Well, hello there Arsenal fans.

So, as I am listening to us losing 2-0 to Manchester City and mourning our title hopes this season, i got to thinking. Wenger. I have always trusted him completely wholeheartedly, would never swali his judgement because he would always end up being right anyway, but honestly, not even krisimasi and we're looking down the barrel of our 4th defeat in the Premier League this season and now I am questioning him. Clearly we have a problem here. So, I'm thinking, do we need to make changes?? My answer is easy, yes. I'm sure most of wewe true Arsenal mashabiki will have at least heard about our emphatic victory over Wigan in the Carling Cup a few weeks ago, with NO first team regulars in the starting 11. Surely this tells us something, as I would say that is easily our best performance in any competition so far this season!! So I am saying, why don't we play the youngsters for a bit?! Give them some premier league experience, some reward for their truly excellent performance against Wigan and give the 1st team the kick up the punda they need right now!!
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Opinion by pollyloveshouse posted zaidi ya mwaka mmoja uliopita
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And Now We've Got Songs About Spurs Too


To the tune of American Pie

[i]A long,Long time ago,
I can still remember,
How the Carling Cup win made them smile,
And they knew this could be their chance,
To finally make that big advance,
And maybe, break the juu 4 for a while.

But transfer windows made them shiver,
As Robbie Keane went off to Liver.....
Pool, and Berbs to Man U,
wewe can't believe it can you?
Tears of laughter we all cried,
As on Bent they have to rely,
And Frasier Campbell really tried,
The siku That Tottenham Died !

So my my kiss UEFA goodbye,
When Comoli sold the Goalie,
Well it made Levy Cry,
When wewe play for Spurs wewe kiss Capello goodbye,
Soon your gonna be a Magpie,
I bet wewe wish wewe were a Magpie.

Did your players eat the poisoned food,
To let Arsenal in and Spoil your mood,
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List by pollyloveshouse posted zaidi ya mwaka mmoja uliopita
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I met this really kinky girl last night. 'Humiliate me,' she alisema ... So I bought her a Tottenham shirt



Haringey council has blocked Tottenham's plans to build a new ground on Northumberland Park. A town hall chanzo said: 'We don't mind having a funfair there once a year, but a circus every fortnight is a bit much.'



'I was playing Scrabble and had enough letters to make 'Tottenham Hotspur Football Club'. I was gutted when I found out it was only worth two points.'



Tesco are releasing new Oxo cubes in Spurs colours. Customers are told to look out for laughing stocks.



A young boy goes to social services and tells them he has nowhere to live. 'What about your parents?' asks the social worker. 'No, they beat me,' says the boy. 'What about your grandparents?' says the social worker. 'No, they beat me even harder!' says the boy. 'Well ... where do wewe want to stay then?' majibu the social worker. 'Tottenham,' says the boy. 'They don't beat anyone.
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List by pollyloveshouse posted zaidi ya mwaka mmoja uliopita
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Hi there everyone!! I've been noticing zaidi and zaidi jokes aimed at Tottenham around and aboot altely and thought I'd share them with you!! And the great thing aboot this article, considering how small and empty this spot is, if wewe read it and tell me, I'll so heshima you!! Ahhhh good ol' desperation!!!

So here we go, I'm afraid there all terrible, but they amuse me!!! And the one problem is that they are only good until Tottenham win! (Haha! See that there!! That was a joke too!!)


1) Q. What's the difference between Tottenham and a triangle??


A. A pembetatu has 3 points!!

Boom boom!! Ahhh awful joke, but in the current circumstances I find it hilarious!! XD


2) There are many similarities between Tottenham and a toothpick, but none as prominant as the fact they both have two points!!

Boom boom!! *hangs head in shame* That was truly truly awful, my apologies!


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List by pollyloveshouse posted zaidi ya mwaka mmoja uliopita
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So I am a Member of the Arsenal website, and an upside of that is that wewe get an barua pepe after every match from Arsene Wenger, telling wewe his view on how the match went and how well every one played. I thought I would post them here for anyone that doesnt get them. Enjoy =)

16th August, vs. West Brom
Won 1-0

"Dear Supporter,

wewe could see that Saturday's game against West Brom was the first game of the season. After the physical game we had on Wednesday night I was worried before the game that we would not be sharp, but we made a good start and were always in control. Only issue was that we could not finish the game off.

West Brom defended intelligently and played in a positive way. wewe expected them at some stage to crumble but they never did and they kept going until the last sekunde of the game. They have fantastic spirit and a positive attitude towards the game. They were not dirty, they were resilient and well organised.
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Opinion by pollyloveshouse posted zaidi ya mwaka mmoja uliopita
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There have been many rumors about Adebayor this summer; Will he stay? Will he go? Here I will run down the pros and cons of him, wherever he chooses to go.

Firstly, the pros of him staying:

Well these are all pretty obvious. Firstly, and most obviously, his goals. Last season he did score many, many goals, which definitely helped us to stay in the running. Without his goals we would never have made 3rd place. Secondly, his presence, particularly in the air. Arsenal are most well known for keeping the ball on the ground, but with Adebayor in the box we had an aerial option as well. This just made it even harder for teams to defend against us, as they couldn't be sure which route we were going to take. Thirdly, he was very good at holding up the ball. He gave us the option of playing a long ball up the field because he could hold onto it well enough to allow other players to catch up with him. This allowed us to clear the ball from our defense much easier when under pressure because we had an option to boot it out to.
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