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Andy Cole is the second highest scorer ever in the premier league
aruna kone is back
literally got nothing else
but there's really not much going on. At all.
"If I'd stayed at home he wouldn't be here now."
"Hey Arsene, we finally signed a striker!
"Tell him I hate him."
he always says he'll tell you the details of stuff "one day", which makes me think he's gonna put out a sensational autobiography in a few years time.
Unfortunately people took his comments to mean that he wouldn't have signed him if he'd been in control, which wasn't what he meant at all. He was in control, and the circumstances of going to Rome meant that he was able to sign him for whatever reason.
Anyway whatever, here's a picture of dani alves https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BxQP-jQCcAAgckb.jpg
the third chuckle brother to look like. Right age, too.
1) United won't deal with him directly
2) The World Peace match prevented the apocalypse.
Either way, United are cunts.
3 month loan
Of course he'll have scored 150 goals by then so at least he'll be remembered fondly.
Heres a compilation of footballers "being awesome"
the goalkeeper ones are the best.
Yet to find another footballer who has a section like this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kevin_Muscat#Reputation
I totally remember that first one on Darren Eadie, I think I may have been there as a kid, that's one of my earliest footballing memories
"It was speculated that Muscat’s temperament was the reason he was never selected for inclusion in an Old Firm derby during his time at Rangers."
IMAGINE BEING CONSIDERED TOO MENTAL BY RANGERS FOR AN OLD FIRM
"Muscat was branded a "lowlife" and a "nobody" by ex-England striker Ian Wright, then of Nottingham Forest, in September 1999. Wright claimed he was about to shoot when he heard Dougie Freedman, Forest's other striker, shout "leave it". Wright stepped over the ball to allow Freedman to hit it, but instead Muscat (who had, according to Wright, merely impersonated Freedman) appeared to clear the ball"
Don't listen to Dougie Freedman.
has had his lower right leg amputed, 2 years after the same happened to his left leg. Sad times.
(and other exotic sights): http://www.theguardian.com/football/gallery/2014/sep/10/memory-lane-1980s-footballers-at-home-in-pictures
maybe give people a heads-up on the Gary Lineker picture?
20 years *after* he won it, right?
taking a strange satisfaction from how filthy Hoddle's pool is
*leans back* *falls over*
but isn't Cremonese a delicious-sounding name for a football team?
this is supposed to be Graeme Souness, but is clearly just a photograph of a colonial governor of a small island nation c.1912
Graeme Souness, at one with nature
Graeme Souness, battling with cruel mother nature
Arsenal U21s currently in action on SS2 wearing their home shirts with away socks and shorts. Vile.
Diaby just played 90mins.
I watched an interview with him and he seems really, really nice. Like all Arsenal players in that sense.
I wish him well.