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Discussion in 'Arsenal' started by Copperhead, Aug 26, 2012.
The name of the thread is because of the doom n gloomers?
No, it's a reference to a scene in a funny TV show called the Boondocks and I believe Arsenal's next match is against Liverpool. I thought it was an amusing coincidence.
That was one of my favorite scenes on Boondocks. Great episode, lol
Riley the GOAT
That is my favorite scene from the Boondocks. My next favorite scenes are any scene which featured A Pimp Named Slickback.
they had a lot of genius episodes
I think they are supposed to be back on in 2013
Lovely but anyways the Swans are 2nd with a game in hand on Chelsea. Who would've thunk it?
Great title. Top 3 favorite Boondocks episode hands down. Hopefully none of us will be upset by this time Sunday
arsenal have scored the same, conceded 2 goals less with twice as many points as this time last season.
man utd have scored 2 less goals, conceded 2 more goals with half the points of this time last season.
where's the media screaming about their "crisis" and why are we STILL getting it?
Well, Man Utd are in a crisis. The RVP signing clearly showed that they were like "Oh S*^%, the noisy neighbors will be around for a while." Sir Alex especially considering he's retiring soon was not amused and wants more glory. The funny thing is I think they might be better without Rooney because I think Rooney is playing deeper and Kagawa will be more effective for them at that position than Rooney.
So La Liga is over, Madrid just lost at Getafe to fall behind by 5 points to Barca.
Maybe Real Madrid should keep Sahin. 1 point after 2 games, 5 points back of Barcelona. Another club in crisis.
I'd never seen that but "then I thought to myself, what if this was a movie" is one of the saddest/funniest lines ever. those guys really hit sometimes lol what if this WAS a movie talking bout my generation fam
a real club in crisis is PSG. My word.
What's happening at PSG?
3 ties after 3 games (should have lost one of those games) and they aren't playing anywhere close to being a team. Carlo has his work cut out for him.
PSG will figure it out, but by the time they do it'll be too late for Zlatan (he's 31 in October).
they'll figure it out...the other teams will have a heck of a job keeping momentum up...although with ligue 1 you never know. plus you can't forget the "zlatan effect"
was impressed with Robin's goal, but the Premier League is turning out weird thus far.
I think Chelsea will give it a real go this season. And Spurs? lol.... a major lulz to them that West Brom equalised.
PSG? small club in a small league. Marseille is a bigger club IMO.
That's a bit hyperbolic. I seem to recall it taking City a few seasons and hundred million quid to finally click. The Qataris will keep pumping money into PSG until something sticks.
Actually, they are. You cannot, cannot, cannot give up too many points in the race vs Barcelona. They're too good to catch up, and until proven otherwise, still own Madrid head to head, so making up points in the two head-heads is unlikely.
They become much smaller if they sign Joey Barton on loan IMO.
Who really cares about how big a club is. If I were a player and wanted to join a team on the rise/potential, I'd go for PSG instead or Marseille, Bordeaux etc.
OMG... Almero.... that just happened...