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louder
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There was every need for it as you provoked and you know, all because I happen to agree with 595.
As for the rest of your post, what utter dross.

But that's not provoking ? ^^^^ Enjoy bliss with your buddies via the button, C.

"Arsene is a perfect fit for Arsenal. This is the classiest club out there" - Graeme Souness.

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Posted : 24/11/2014 6:26 pm
louder
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Now, that's is the mute button well and truly activated.

Stay strong.

Our definitions of the word 'strong' are obviously very different. Bye bye.

"Arsene is a perfect fit for Arsenal. This is the classiest club out there" - Graeme Souness.

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Posted : 24/11/2014 6:27 pm
Gunnersaurus
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Topic starter Posted : 24/11/2014 6:37 pm
Allgunsblazin
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Now, that's is the mute button well and truly activated.

You will be all the better for it....

The Arsenal 5 The Scum 2, 26th February 2012 and 17th November 2012.

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Posted : 24/11/2014 7:40 pm
Allgunsblazin
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I preferred the programmes back in the 70's, where you could fold it neatly and put it in your Levi's back pocket, and the Evening News paper with the latest & final scores was a must before the rush to the tube....

The Arsenal 5 The Scum 2, 26th February 2012 and 17th November 2012.

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Posted : 24/11/2014 7:43 pm
NickF
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a support that is so divided that almost every loss ends in the opposition camps trading blows.

Where is this happening? Admittedly I don't go to as many away games as I used to, but I'm in the north lower and I've never seem "trading blows". Also I never hear anti-Wenger chants (if there were I'd join in).

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Posted : 24/11/2014 7:52 pm
FOYS
 FOYS
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a support that is so divided that almost every loss ends in the opposition camps trading blows.

Where is this happening? Admittedly I don't go to as many away games as I used to, but I'm in the north lower and I've never seem "trading blows". Also I never hear anti-Wenger chants (if there were I'd join in).

Swansea away there was a set-to. Apparently one bloke had his nose splattered across his face.

What did she wear......
She wore,she wore,she wore a yellow ribbon......

Keep St George in my heart keep me English......

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Posted : 24/11/2014 9:16 pm
595
 595
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a support that is so divided that almost every loss ends in the opposition camps trading blows.

Where is this happening? Admittedly I don't go to as many away games as I used to, but I'm in the north lower and I've never seem "trading blows". Also I never hear anti-Wenger chants (if there were I'd join in).

I've witnessed stuff at numerous games , the ones that stick in my mind are the Mancs CL game at Ot , the night Adebayor strolled about , just verbals that night but very heated , the Mancs again in the Cup at Ot , Stoke when van Persie got sent off , Ipswich in the league cup , I'd say that night was the first time the Wenger out sentiment was the majority view , lot of bad blood on the train back to London , Brighton in the Cup , Swansea the year TH14 played & again this year , Naples after the game big bust up that saw Bully get schooled , he thinks he's proper Arsenal but theres plenty more deserving of that accolade I'll let you know about WBA on Sunday.

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Posted : 25/11/2014 9:31 pm
I Believe Overall
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a support that is so divided that almost every loss ends in the opposition camps trading blows.

Where is this happening? Admittedly I don't go to as many away games as I used to, but I'm in the north lower and I've never seem "trading blows". Also I never hear anti-Wenger chants (if there were I'd join in).

I've witnessed stuff at numerous games , the ones that stick in my mind are the Mancs CL game at Ot , the night Adebayor strolled about , just verbals that night but very heated , the Mancs again in the Cup at Ot , Stoke when van Persie got sent off , Ipswich in the league cup , I'd say that night was the first time the Wenger out sentiment was the majority view , lot of bad blood on the train back to London , Brighton in the Cup , Swansea the year TH14 played & again this year , Naples after the game big bust up that saw Bully get schooled , he thinks he's proper Arsenal but theres plenty more deserving of that accolade I'll let you know about WBA on Sunday.

The if you don't agree with my view I'll punch you till you learn brigade- yep that's exactly what's needed. I've seen a couple of older fellas unable to contain themselves in the last few years at home as well. If that's what it takes to be proper Arsenal then don't let me in that club.

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me neither

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Posted : 01/12/2014 9:10 am
Allgunsblazin
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a support that is so divided that almost every loss ends in the opposition camps trading blows.

Where is this happening? Admittedly I don't go to as many away games as I used to, but I'm in the north lower and I've never seem "trading blows". Also I never hear anti-Wenger chants (if there were I'd join in).

I've witnessed stuff at numerous games , the ones that stick in my mind are the Mancs CL game at Ot , the night Adebayor strolled about , just verbals that night but very heated , the Mancs again in the Cup at Ot , Stoke when van Persie got sent off , Ipswich in the league cup , I'd say that night was the first time the Wenger out sentiment was the majority view , lot of bad blood on the train back to London , Brighton in the Cup , Swansea the year TH14 played & again this year , Naples after the game big bust up that saw Bully get schooled , he thinks he's proper Arsenal but theres plenty more deserving of that accolade I'll let you know about WBA on Sunday.

The if you don't agree with my view I'll punch you till you learn brigade- yep that's exactly what's needed. I've seen a couple of older fellas unable to contain themselves in the last few years at home as well. If that's what it takes to be proper Arsenal then don't let me in that club.

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Two old boys shouting "hold me back"...Does not set a good example to our younger supporters...
Bet one of em was Rainham!, I have witnessed him being dragged out of the Cricks and it takes 4 doormen, he is such a beast....

The Arsenal 5 The Scum 2, 26th February 2012 and 17th November 2012.

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Posted : 01/12/2014 10:33 am
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