Time to put one over the Fat Granny sh.gging Diver and his team at Old Trafford

Right, it’s been a few weeks since I last spoke to you, so let’s start with a summary of what’s happened since then.
Firstly, the bad thing happened when we lost to you know who, causing yet another North London power shift. This one lasting around three whole days. The power shifts are a so short these days that the next one will probably send us back in time.
Thankfully we had a chance to get quickly back on the horse, albeit like a sixteen stone, one-legged jockey with a hangover, by beating Leicester at home.
There was a bit of an overreaction to the manner of that win.  I felt, after all the most important thing was to get three points and you get three points by scoring more goals than the other team, however ugly it is.
We often have a bit of a wobble after a demoralising defeat like that anyway, so the win was even more important especially with that lot, no doubt suffering the effects of a three day open top bus parade after beating us, losing to Liverpool a day later.
We then had the opposite to the previous week, when a thoroughly professional and at times rather attractive, victory over Middlesbrough in the FA Cup was followed by being knocked out of the competition a day later, when we were drawn against Manchester United at Old Trafford 🙂

Shot again!

A stunning performance from United, it has to be said, seeing as they managed to beat both us and Preston North End before a ball had even been kicked on the Monday night, with Wayne Rooney diving to win a penalty during the quarter final draw.
Seriously though, when will someone in the British media have the balls to call out that fat, cheating, granny shagging prick for what he is?
The fact he seems to get a free pass because of who and what he is makes it even more bizarre because what he really is, is a fat w.nker who never has and never will  reach his full potential.

And again!

The irony of the fact he probably could have been one of the best players in the world had he spent more time working to live up to the hype, rather than believing it, is no doubt as lost on the pathetic arse licking journalists and pundits who put him up on that pedestal in the first place, as the player himself.
Anyway that is quite enough of him – Rant over!

And again!

All that just makes the thought of knocking them out of the cup at their place more mouth watering, it would certainly be about time!
In all honesty, it is probably the worst draw we could’ve hoped for, and yes, our recent record against them is awful, but if you’ve decided that we are out already, you have either not witnessed some of Arsenal’s wins against the odds over the years, or chosen to forget them.


Anyway, that’s it from me for this week, short and sweet I know, but you know, things to do and stuff.

I’ll hand you over to Mathieu Debuchy…..

Tales From the Treatment Room with Mathieu and Mikel

Back to the boys in the treatment room

There have been a few comings and goings over the last few weeks.

First we had Alexis come in but he came and went quietly….NOT!
He brought his dogs in with him, and Mikel had to calm him down a bit when he insisted we all lick our own balls for a group selfie.

Alexis wasn’t happy at having to miss a couple of games, he was chomping at the bit and at one point if you closed your eyes you couldn’t tell if it was him or his dogs making growling noises.

After he’d gone, Mikel shook his head and said “he’s still not as bad as Podolski….”
Ox looked up from his Nintendo DS, giggling, and said he reminded him of Scrappy Doo.
Mikel and I both laughed along, but I don’t think either of us got the joke.
In fact, we had forgotten Ox was even there.

Ox playing FIFA with Jack before he left the treatment room

Jack left us, and just after he went out the front door, Aaron came gingerly through the back door.
“Has he gone?” he asked, inspecting a fag butt on the floor, sniffing it as if to check how recent it had been extinguished.
Not sure what’s going on with those two, one gets fit then the other gets injured…’s like they’re avoiding each other or something.
You rarely see them in the same place at the same time.


That’s it from us this week. Take care, and watch out for Orcs shoving you into hoardings!


That’s it from me too (yeah I know I’ve already said that), Palace on Saturday, not an easy place to go, but remember this – win, lose, or draw, you can be sure everyone will be going on about how great their fucking fans are all week.

Up The Arsenal

8 Responses to Time to put one over the Fat Granny sh.gging Diver and his team at Old Trafford

  1. Meh February 20, 2015 at 6:08 pm #

    I read up to this “The power shifts are a so short these days that the next one will probably send us back in time.” and stopped reading. With so many blogs out there I find it odd that people would read yours when it is littered with so many mistakes. Honestly, if your English is poor (no shame in admitting your faults) then ask someone who isn’t illiterate to proof-read it for you.

    You will mostly retort with some nonense about me being a troll and about the fact that I took the time to write this message. My premeptitive responses is as follows – that’s testament to how bad that article was.

    • Dave Seager February 20, 2015 at 6:57 pm #

      Apologies that would be my fault as editor. Sorry you did not enjoy and for bringing the fact there are mistakes to my attention.Dave

      • Meh February 21, 2015 at 10:15 am #

        In your last sentence there should be a space between the fullstop and “Dave”. I guess that explains the mistakes.

        • Dave Seager February 21, 2015 at 11:10 am #

          It was done one on a phone in a hurry but you know best. I shall take solace in my published book and the fact that Arsenal ask me to write for them. In the mean time thanks once more.

          • Meh February 21, 2015 at 1:12 pm #


            As Arsenal hold your writing in such high regard it is a small curiosity as to why they didn’t immediately stock your critically acclaimed book. Testament to your writing ability for sure. I’m just glad that Geordie got his place in the shop even if he did deserve a better writer. Admittedly it was a book that had to be written by a fan and you fit that bill but a book littered with bad grammar, spelling mistakes and the like … maybe it’s just me but he deserved far better. This was also written on a phone in a rush.

          • Dave Seager February 22, 2015 at 11:52 am #

            You obviously have an issue with me mate so shall we just leave it, I don’t claim to be a great writer, just a lucky blogger, but if you are going to read a book looking for errors then you will find in most. Cant say I am proud of that but I am proud of the book. The time delay had nowt to do with the quality good or bad. Have a good day.

          • Dave Seager February 22, 2015 at 11:56 am #

            Ps If you ever wish to write for the site we are always looking for new writers. Genuine offer. Dave


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