Random Football Stuff


#1064

Lyon would be lucky to have you and I’m sure they have a couple of 17yo strikers that could use the free PR :speak_no_evil:


#1065

Bye then lol


#1066

They do, actually, William Geubbels* (unfortunate name, that :grimacing: ) and Amine Giouri.

*Think I read City might be in for him?


#1067

You know you want to go to City. Stop living a lie.


#1068

fairweather fan, i dont think you that interested in arsenal in the first place just like arguing your point and trying to show everyone your false superiority.


#1069

I wish you the best of luck in finding your footballing Echte Liebe. :sunglasses:


#1070

Allez les gones!! :red_circle: :large_blue_circle: :white_circle:


#1071

A sad but good read



#1072

And they say there are no proper supporters anymore…jeeeezzz…

Bye then,


#1073

Very sad story. Remember him as a big talent here in Italy.


#1074

Some of our fans made a complaint to the Spanish ambassador about police brutality when we played in Madrid

All I can say is this: IT’S ATLÉTICO NOT ATHLETICO HOW FUCKING HARD IS IT TO UNDERSTAND


#1075

that sounds like it could be robbie from AFTV lol, he pronounces it that way also, pisses me off makes it sound like some dodgy athletics club.


#1076

Deserved a beat down from the police tbf, especially after their treatment of the homeless.


#1077

Translation:

During the day of the match before travelling to the stadium visting supporters–amongst them members of AISA committee–had enjoyed the sights, the overpriced and barely palatable (to anything but an ignorant englishmen) tapas, and daily life of the beautiful plaza mayor, alongside whistling Indians and CENSOREDs, while the stray Spaniard who passed through our beautiful plaza mayor cringed at the food we were eating and our shocking behaviour toward the homeless who not even the worst of tourists usually bother.

The police permitted us to use the toilets after the match, but as they don’t speak a lick of intelligible English nor do we speak or understand a lick of intelligible spanish, we understood them standing outside the toilets to create some order in the usual post-match mad-rush to the toilets, and their words in Spanish for us to get in line like everyone else, as us not being allowed to use the toilets. And fuck me, with all that watery Mahou we had downed to make Arsenal’s extraordinarily dull performance somehow watchable, man did we need to piss!

In Madrid we found ourselves not quite in the third world but certainly the second and we were not used to police officers dispatching with the usual false, supercilious kindness and politeness we are used to, instead opting for treating us with the open contempt we deserve.

IN SHORT, HOW DARE THEY MESS WITH MY ATLÉTI, THESE DAMN ARSENAL REDS


#1078

Some Arsenal fans were cunts to homeless people, so a probably entirely unrelated set of football fans have to tolerate unprovoked attacks from the police.

I’m having a hard time following the logic guys


#1079

:joy::joy: Just play against them you idiot


#1080

Pretty pathetic from a so called “professional”. Chelsea fans wouldn’t care anyway. He could score a hat-trick against them that costs them the league title and they’d still bend over for him

Also, talking of John Terry


#1081

Why is he obsessed with 26 :joy:


#1082

Like a lot of footballers he’s grown attached to his shirt number


#1083

:joy: