Sunday, 31 August 2008

Kevin Keegan is bang out of order!!!.....

Let me start by saying that I admire Kevin Keegan because he likes his football teams to play decent football. He gets them to play attacking attractive stuff and he is a great guy.

I like the Geordie public, they are great people and are starved of success in a football sense. This is not a direct pop at them.

I wonder who does Kevin Keegan think he is? He embarrassed himself at the end of yesterdays match by shouting and pointing his finger at Nasri and then having a go at Gallas.

I know that Mr Keegan is an emotional guy. That was proved in his infamous interview. But I think he over-reacted and made himself look stupid with his rants in the aftermath of the game.

Why did he even put Joey Barton on? The little prick sat there with arrogant smirk on his ugly chops all game and to even involve him was asking for trouble.

There is no doubt in my mind that Barton tried going through Nasri in that challenge. It was a lunge and could have been dangerous.

Keegan has taken a big risk on Barton and don't be surprised if Barton fucks up again. I know Kevin is trying to save Barton's career but I don't see why he has bothered. It isn't worth the trouble.

Nasri was rightly booked for the tripping of Barton but who's tackle was the more dangerous? A lunge or a trip?

I'm sorry Mr Keegan, I realise you are trying to defend your player but you can't defend the indefensible. I think that you are out of order for your attack on Nasri.

Keep it Goonerish.............

Saturday, 30 August 2008

You cheeky little git!...........

I really hope that this comment I have read is not true.

"From the first moment it was clear to me Milan are really a top-class club, more than Arsenal. I hope to do well and to stay here for a long time."

Guess who? Yep, Phillipe Senderos.

It doesn't sound to me like the sort of comment Big Phil would say, especially as Arsenal are still technically his employers. But it doesn't bode well for his Arsenal future.

Looks like that loan period could be made permanent after all!.........

Keep it Goonerish.............

Is the boy made of glass???.....

Arsenal's performance tonight was sublime. It was an absolute pleasure to watch at times, we played some fantastic stuff.

Although I'm very happy with the result and the way we got it, I can't help but feel that the gloss of the performance has been taken away slightly.

The sight of Robin Van Persie hobbling off around the pitch with his boot in his hand dampened my mood.

He was immense today and you could really see the difference in his game. He was sharp and up for it. It's a shame his evening ended so soon as I was really enjoying watching him play.

We have seen RVP limp off the pitch so many times and for me it has got to the point where I worry for him when he makes a challenge. Today he even got injured taking a shot!

He is having an X-ray on his ankle as the extent of the injury isn't known. I'm seriously bracing myself for the worst.

Without doubt Van Persie is a very important player to this Arsenal side. When he is fit he makes a big difference to us.

It makes me feel for him when I see that he is beginning to show his true form and then out of nowhere he gets another injury.

Is Van Persie made of glass? I hope for his sake he can get over these injury problems or I say regrettably, he is becoming a liability for Arsenal.

Sorry for sounding pessimistic on a night when Arsenal performed superb.

Keep it Goonerish..................

Friday, 29 August 2008

Better late than never or never?...I think?!

I know. The title confuses me too but it does make sense in a way.

I read today that Le Boss has hinted at a signing if not two. I'm not taking anything that Le Boss says at face value anymore!

The amount of times that he had said something and the complete opposite has happened escapes me.

If Le Boss played poker he would win simply on the basis that you could never know what cards he is playing. He holds his cards very close to his chest.

I suppose on one hand its good that he is so secretive around potential signings although on the other hand its so frustrating to hear Le Boss say we need so and so but then completely contradict himself the next week by saying the opposite.

Nobody knows whether we will sign anyone before dead-line except Wenger. I know that most Gooners believe a signing or two will be great for the club.

So even if it takes until one minute to midnight on dead-line day a signing is better late than never. I just hope it isn't never.

Keep it Goonerish...........

Manchester United Legend In Arsenal medical?

I heard from my uncle that a man who owns a cat with a cousin twice removed has some exclusive news that a player who used to play for Manchester United is set to sign for Arsenal on Monday.

The only problem is that the man who heard it from someone has gone missing and is presumed drunk.

Or maybe its just Ian Wright talking gibberish again. Who knows?

All I know is its true because it is.

Keep it Goonerish...............

Thursday, 28 August 2008

Arsenal's Champions League group!!!

Porto, Fenerbahce and Dynamo Kiev

Piece of piss. ;)

Keep it Goonerish.............

Wednesday, 27 August 2008

Is that enough composure Mr Hansen?........

Talk about putting your foot in your mouth! But then again Mr Hansen is good at that.

At half-time, "expert" BBC pundit Alan Hansen declared that Theo Walcott had no composure.

I sure Theo's goal may help to change your mind Mr Hansen!

It was very Thierry Henry, which translates "Composure at its very best"

Keep it Goonerish......................

We can kiss goodbye to Alonso.....

I realise that Arsenal are about to play in an hour but I'm gutted by the fact that Gareth Barry has decided to stay at Aston Villa until at least the end of the season.

This rules out any hope we had of signing Alonso from Liverpool who will remain at Anfield now.

I really thought that we would sign Alonso on dead-line day and that Liverpool would get Barry. Well, we can kiss goodbye to Alonso now.

The question is; Who are we going to sign in the middle of the park? Options are running out fast and so is precious time.

Keep it Goonerish...........

Tuesday, 26 August 2008

My wish has come true!........

Its seems that my wish has come true. The other day I wrote that I couldn't see the logic in sending out Johan Djourou on loan and that maybe Big Phil should be sent out instead.

Milan have stepped in and taken Philippe Senderos on loan for a year. This move is great for Arsenal and Big Phil.

Senderos has great potential but doesn't seem to be able to cut it at Arsenal and in particular the Premiership. The football in the Premiership is very fast compared to Italy and I feel that he will thrive in a league with a slower pace.

The move will help to freshen up his career which was in danger of stagnating. I really hope he does well at Milan and gets the games that he deserves.

I've always wanted Philippe to do well as he is a nice guy but I always had that nagging doubt at the back of my mind that a mistake was due at anytime. Perhaps a season of regular football at a top-class level will help his concentration and his career can push on.

I wonder whether he will return to Arsenal. My gut feeling says that his stay at the Rossoneri will become permanent in the future. I think he will enjoy it at Milan and will want to remain there.

Serie A will suit his game. A slower tempo brings the best out of Philippe and he can become one of the best defenders in Italy. I've always fancied his chances more in Italy than in England.

I'm disappointed he has gone but it is for the best really. As much as I want him to become the next Tony Adams it's not going to happen. He will do well at Milan and I wish him luck and thank him for the good times he had in the Arsenal shirt.

Good luck Big Phil!

Keep it Goonerish.............

Monday, 25 August 2008

Has Ade's "FLIRTING" hurt us more than we think?....

I'm trying to forget about Adebayor's behaviour over the summer. I'd love to try and move on and draw a line under the situation but I cant. So if I cant let go does that mean I'm not the only one?

What I'm saying is maybe morale in the squad isn't the greatest at the moment and maybe one or two players cant forget Adebayor openly offering his services to other clubs.

Things like this can affect performances on the pitch and it niggles away in the back of your mind. When Ade missed that chance against West Brom last week the first thought in my mind was why didn't you clear off in the summer? Who's to say some players didn't think the same?

Ade really undermined the rest of the squad with his pay demands. By asking for so much money he effectively was stating that he was the best player in the squad when clearly he isn't. By flirting with the big guns of Europe he was saying that he is too big for Arsenal. He isn't.

I'm not trying to add fuel to an already burning fire but this has to come into account for Arsenal's poor start to the season. Ade got a bit too big for his boots in the summer and I wonder whether some of the players resent his presence now in the squad.

Although I really hope I'm wrong and that isn't the case. But could Ade's summer behaviour be a factor in Arsenal's poor form?

Keep it Goonerish............

Sunday, 24 August 2008

I just cant get my head around it!..............

I just cant understand the logic of sending out Johan Djourou on loan. The player has a very bright future and I want it to be in an Arsenal shirt.

He must feel disillusioned enough as it is. In the games previous to yesterday he was one of better players for Arsenal. It must be hard for him to do well and then be instantly replaced as soon as Toure or Gallas is fit.

Maybe that's why Arsenal can be complacent at times. There is no competition for places, certain players know that they will be picked if fit.

The arrival of Silvestre has increased the amount of players at the back so Le Boss feels the need to let one go. If so, why not let Senderos go out on loan? You never know, a whole season of first team action could be just what Senderos needs to get the best out of him.

I believe that Djourou is ahead of Senderos in development at the moment. I feel more confident of Djourou playing than his Swiss counterpart.

We've been linked with a player called Mbia who plays for Rennes, the club that Le Boss is willing to let Djourou join. Perhaps that's the real reason behind the move.

If that's the case then I'm gutted for Djourou. He shouldn't be sacrificed for a transfer target, he should be kept. Le Boss needs to stop being so tight and splash the cash for a change. Keep Djourou at Arsenal, the squad is weak in numbers.

It's simple, Djourou stays and Mr Wenger signs the DM we need. Because I feel if we let him go out on loan then he wont feel wanted at Arsenal and will leave. And that would be a big mistake.

Keep it Goonerish...........

UPDATE: Sky sports say Senderos could be going on loan to AC Milan for season with a fee of £2m being discussed.

Saturday, 23 August 2008

Fulham wanted it more.................

It was a very disappointing result yesterday but for me it was the way we lost that hurts most. There was no passion and Arsenal simply ran out of ideas against a ordinarily looking Fulham side. Fulham didn't outplay us but they wanted it more.

I hope that this result serves as a wake up call for the players and especially Le Boss. It is a set-back but lets not forget that Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool will suffer shock results like this too.

The Premiership is a marathon and not a sprint so the title is not lost on the back of this one result. But these are the games that we need to turn up for, and as I've said before we should treat every game as a cup final.

One thing is for certain, Le Boss needs to strengthen the midfield, the sooner the better. With no disrespect meant to Denilson and Eboue they are not exactly going to set the league alight. We lost the game in midfield today. There was no-one willing to grab the game by the scruff of the neck and Le Boss needs to act fast.

We cant make excuses for the players and Mr Wenger. It was simply not good enough and although we were poor we owe some credit to Fulham for showing us a bit about passion. We simply didn't turn up.

Fulham deserved the result and I really hope that this result will wake up the squad and of course Le Boss. It wasn't good enough for a team with title aspirations. We have 36 cup finals left, add that man in the middle of the park and we have a chance.

Keep it Goonerish...............

How do you sum up Arsenal's performance today?


I'll leave it at that. Until tomorrow.

Keep it Goonerish...............

Fulham will be easy, right?

Wrong. But these are the games that we must win to sustain a title challenge.

This wont be easy today. It's a London derby and Fulham will be right up for this. Arsenal will need to focus completely and in all honesty every game from now to the end of the season should be like a cup final for Arsenal.

Fulham have bought well in the summer and as Le Boss says they are capable of causing Arsenal major problems. Especially that little git Jimmy Bullard who I met out drinking one night in Bexleyheath. Unfortunately for him at the time I happened to be wearing a full length granny dress.

So Gooners, I'm probably the first cross-dressing Arsenal blogger on the net! ;)

This game follows international games and its important that the players concentrate on Arsenal. It must be difficult for Le boss to plan for a game like this. He never knows who will come back from international duty fit and ready for action.

Van Persie though is fit and ready and today I think he will make a difference to Arsenal. He is fresh and confident after a superb goal for Holland in mid-week. It's vital he remains injury free this season, he is a match winner.

It's Fulham first home game of the season but I think Arsenal's extra quality will prevail. We have problems in the middle of the park but should have enough to see home the result. That's the key area today. Bullard wont let the Arsenal players rest for a second so our midfield will be in for a busy time.

I'd love a repeat of the score line last season at the Cottage but I'll go for one less this time. We were flying then and Fulham were struggling. Fulham wont be in a relegation battle this season but Arsenal will be in the title race. And this is a tight game we will win.

Wrighty's wager: Fulham 0-2 Arsenal.

Keep it Goonerish...................

Friday, 22 August 2008

POLL: Your country or your club?

On the top right is a poll. Please cast your vote.

Now before anyone says I'm only saying Arsenal because of the usual shit like Arsenal have no English players that's not true.

I'd love England to do well. But if I had a choice between Arsenal or England I would choose Arsenal all day long.

I can not raise anywhere near the same passion for England as I can Arsenal. I see Arsenal every week and it seems hard to support players who I normally cant bear to see do well.

Rooney, Gerrard, Lampard etc,.......

Obviously the Internet is worldwide so I'd love to hear people's views from other countries.

For example if you are French, it is Arsenal or France for you?

It should be interesting.

Keep it Goonerish.........

NOOooooo, thank you!................

So from next season England could have a Spanish goalkeeper playing for them. How shit have England become? Are we now so bad that we now rely on other nations to produce players for us! And we used to laugh at Scotland doing it!

So Manuel Almunia for England? Not for me. It's been said there is a possibility of Almunia playing for England to solve the England goalkeeper crisis. I think that this is wrong. He's SPANISH not English and should only represent Spain.

I'm sorry Manuel that you cant get into the Spain side. But maybe, just maybe, if you knuckle down at Arsenal and keep improving as you have been, then you may even get that chance for your home land.

Almunia should wait for a chance to play for Spain. If it doesn't happen, it's unfortunate. I hope England don't go down this road. I think other countries shouldn't do it either. We have a great player in Eduardo who's done it, but I still don't agree with it.

England should have an English team. And before anyone gives it about Arsenal having hardly any English players, shut up, that's not what this is about.

For me, its Arsenal first and England second. But that does not mean I want England to fail or go down this road to make us better.

I do however think it's alright to have a foreign manager. The manager should be the best man for the job, regardless of nationality.

We, after all want England to do well and we now have a good manager. Although in truth, it's more than just having a good manager, it go's deeper than that. Back to grass roots level.

Anyway, Almunia for England? Not for me.

Keep it Goonerish.............

Thursday, 21 August 2008


I'll admit that Arsenal haven't performed well in the opening two games of the season but we have won both and that is what counts.

We have one foot in the next round of the Champions League and have three points in the Premiership.

We haven't won the two games with our usual tantalising football but we have won in ways we have had trouble with in the past. We have ground out the results.

That is a promising sign. It is important to grind out results when things aren't going your way and we have done.

The media still pick on us. Had it been Manchester United, Chelsea or Liverpool grinding out results they would be hailed as well oiled winning machines. We get called lucky.

Fucking hypocrites springs to mind............

We have signed a ManUre reject. I think not.

Forget the reject calls, Silvestre will prove to be a decent signing for Arsenal. It came out from the blue but Mikael Silvestre coming to the Emirates is a shrewd move by Le Boss.

He has plenty of Premiership experience, and more importantly, has actually won the trophy. We needed a central defender and now we have one.

It will seem strange seeing him wear the Arsenal shirt, but lets get behind him. Forget the fact he played for United, after all, didn't Sol Campbell seem strange at first?

I only hope Djourou doesn't suffer for this signing. He has plenty of potential in my book and I'd hate to see him sacrificed for the season after talk of him joining Rennes on loan has surfaced.

Keep it Goonerish...............

Wednesday, 6 August 2008

I'M OFF...........

Right my fellow Gooners this maybe my last post until 21/08/08.

I'm going to Lanzarote for two weeks. I might be able to write while I'm away but I doubt it.

Lets hope by the time I'm back we are top of the league (after one game) Have one foot in the next round of the Champions League and have that experienced player in the squad.

Keep it Goonerish.............


Le Boss has publicity stated that he may sign an experienced midfielder but he would also be happy to go into the season with the current squad that he has at his disposal.


Will he, wont he?! I'm getting confused with Le Bosse's comments. I feel like I've asked a lady out for dinner and she says she MIGHT come.

Please just put me outta my misery Arsene!

Stop playing games with my emotions!

Keep it Goonerish................

The demise of an Arsenal favourite..........

What the hell has happened to Freddie Ljungberg?!

Things seem to go from bad to worse for him. He has now been released from his contract at West Ham after one injury plagued season.

OK the "mutual departure" has left Freddie with a huge amount of money in his back burner but there is even talk of him now retiring. He is 31!

Of course it would be lovely to retire at 31, but no footballer would want to retire at that age.

Even after an injury plagued season last year its believed his fitness had no bearing on the decision for him to part with the Hammers. He proved he was fit at the Euros.

Is he becoming a bad egg? He didn't have many decent comments about Arsenal when he left, many were unsavoury and he sounded pretty bitter.

In his last couple of seasons at Arsenal he didn't seem his usual self and it's obvious that Le Boss was correct in off loading Freddie when he did.

What has happened to our favourite Swede? I loved Freddie and his red hair. I'm disappointed that his career seems to be ending in such a shit way.

I only hope he puts all this behind him and has a fresh start at another club.

Keep it Goonerish...........

Tuesday, 5 August 2008

Micah Richards is a Gooner...But will he ever be a Gunner?

We all know how good Micah Richards is. The Manchester Citeh ace even made his debut against the Gunners on 22nd October 2005 as a sub and was given his full debut on February 12, 2006 against Charlton Athletic.

He played in the majority of Manchester City's matches for the rest of that season, and was named as the club's Young Player of the Year for the 2005-06 season. He even scored a 94th minute goal against Aston Villa in the Cup and swore live on television, and continued with the interview completely unaware!

On July 25, 2006 he signed a new four-year contract, quashing rumours of a move away from the City of Manchester Stadium. Throughout 2007, Richards was linked with a big money move away from Eastlands, with Arsenal and Chelsea the main contenders to sign the youngster for £15m or even more.

At the time Stuart Pearce was in charge of Citeh and said "I am not actively looking to sell Micah because he has a great future here. Whatever offers come in for him, it is going to take a ridiculously big offer to get him out of this football club.I would love to see Micah stay here, captain the club, and maybe be here for 10 years and carry the club on his back if he can. He is good enough to do it. I have not worked with anyone so good and so young.".

He has captained Citeh too, and has played for England 12 times and scored once for his country. When making his debut for England on November 15th 2006, he became the youngest Defender to ever play for England. And will surely one day be the rock in England's defence.

It's a well known fact that Micah is a Gooner. They were his boyhood team and his favourite players were Ian Wright and Patrick Vieira. He has admitted that he fancies a move to London one day but it would be to join the Gunners and not the roubles of Ch$lski.

"I was a big Ian Wright fan when I was younger, so I supported Arsenal. "Wright and Patrick Vieira were my idols so if the opportunity came to play for them one day I'd take it."

The only problem I see in Micah joining Arsenal one day would be the transfer fee. It would cost a huge amount to prise him away from Eastlands especially since he is English. Wenger has admitted that he will pay top prices for a "super-class" player and I wonder whether Micah is in this class in Wenger's eye's?....

I think Gallas will be at the club for another couple of seasons and then either hang up his boots or join another club in Europe somewhere. This is where Micah fits the mould to join. He would be the perfect long-term replacement for Gallas. Imagine Richards and Toure at the back!! That would be the dream defensive partnership, without a doubt.

Centre back is one of the few positions that we could improve on, and in my eyes Micah Richards would be the perfect signing as he is also versatile enough to play at right or left back. He has the talent to be one of the best in the world and with Wenger having a huge amount of money available to him if needed I would love it if he joined and fulfiled a boyhood dream.

So Micah is a Gooner, but will he ever be a Gunner?.....I hope so one day.

Keep it Goonerish.............

Monday, 4 August 2008

Xabi Alonso-The perfect tonic for Fabregas.......

If the rumours are true and Xabi Alonso is indeed coming to the Emirates then I would be a very happy Gooner.

I've always rated Alonso and I believe that he and Fabregas could form a devastating partnership in the centre of midfield.

Alonso is exactly what Arsenal need right now. He will fit into Arsenal's pattern of play, is an international and most important of all he has that important ingredient Arsenal lack.......experience.

He has all the requires that Le Boss has stated he wants,

A) Alonso has Premiership experience

B) Is a "special player"

C) Is very clever and tactical

Being Spanish would help his partnership with Fabregas. They have played together for Spain on occasions and linked up well together.

People will say that if Liverpool don't want him why should we? Well I say more fool Liverpool, he'd be ideal for us.

I'd be more than happy for this to materialise. It wont happen yet. It will happen on August 31st. Trust me, that will be the day that we sign Alonso and Liverpool sign Barry.

What do you think? Would Alonso be a good signing?.........

Keep it Goonerish............

Bridges to build & F1 driver to sign!...........

There is no doubt that Adebayor faces a humongous task to win over Gooners after flirting with Barcelona and Milan during the summer.

The badge kissing yesterday meant nothing to me. If anything it pissed me off. If Ade really wants to win back the fans then he needs to apologise for his antics and do it fast.

I'd have a lot more respect for him if he simply came out and said that he was wrong and that he is sorry for being a prize prat.

If he did say sorry we can begin to build bridges and he can restart his Arsenal career on a fresh page.

There are rumours gathering that we are set to sign Alonso, I heard he is quick and finishes very quickly.

Hold on I'm getting confused.............I mean there are rumours we are set to sign Xabi Alonso, the Liverpool midfielder.

Now this is a rumour I like. The Spaniard would be a very good signing for Arsenal and would be a good foil for Fabregas.

I did wonder whether the pair could work together. On paper it seems a dream but look at Gallas and Toure. On paper that partnership looks great but in reality it has its flaws.

I think Alonso and Fabregas would be good for each other though. And Alonso is very experienced.

I'd be more than happy for this to materialise. It wont happen yet. It will happen on August 31st. Trust me, that will be the day that we sign Alonso and Liverpool sign Barry.

Keep it Goonerish...............

Sunday, 3 August 2008

They are talking the talk, can they walk the walk?.....

At 3:00AM GMT, I did a post about being a GATTERED GOONER. I will not lie, I was drunk as a skunk. I was letting my hair down and professing my love for Arsenal. Some objected, some quite liked it, all I'll say is this...I LOVE ARSENAL!

Anyway, I was out with a couple of Spuds yesterday. It seems that it's the year of the Cockerel and the Spuds are set for the top four......

(SIGH) How many times do they do it to themselves? Every summer its the same. They are really quite deluded aren't they?

They sign a couple of players at over-inflated prices and think they are kings of the world!

I'd feel sorry for them but its hilarious to watch them get all excited and set themselves up for a fall in spectacular fashion!

And I hope that the prat boy, David Bentley, fucks up at the Spuds. He has too much to say and he's saying it too loudly.

Deal with it mate, Wenger didn't want you. I sometimes wonder if Bentley only signed for the Spuds to try to get one over Le Boss.

I've read that Le Boss wont be signing a midfielder in a hurry. The way he has spoken lately I really really believe that we will be getting someone in. My gut feeling though says that it will a last ditch signing, a bit like Diarra last season.

I'll be up all night on 31/08/08 checking SSN for any activity..........

Keep it Goonerish............

GATTERED GOONER!!!..........

Gattered Gooner=Drunken Gooner

A) I'm drunk........

B) I'm drunk.....................

C) I love Arsenal........................LOADS!!!!!!!

Keep it Goonerish........................................................

Saturday, 2 August 2008

Ham, egg and chips.......

I've just finished work and was starving so I popped into the cafe and had ham, egg and chips. It was lovely although the ham was slightly fatty.

Talking of hunger, Le Boss has spoken of the squad's hunger for honours this season. He believes we have a squad more than capable of challenging for the title.

The squad is exciting. We have a huge amount of talent in there. Can we challenge for the title? Yes........Can we win it? Yes........But only with a little more depth and experience.

The good thing is Le Boss is looking for an experienced midfielder. We don't want a 90 year old, because although that does guarantee experience it doesn't provide you with a player who can withstand three games in a week.

That's why Arshavin isn't signing, he is secretly 92 years old and that's the real reason he cant play three games in a week..........

The Gareth Barry rumours wont go away. He is the type of experienced player we need at the club. He could form a great partnership with Fabregas, I'd love to see him in the Red and White. And not the red and white of Liverpool......

A fresh face arriving is something to look forward to. We are flush after the Spuds gave us £7m (thanks for that tossers!) so Le Boss has money to burn.

Adebayor is set to sign a new deal, I think Arsene needs to put some kind of performance cause in the terms.

For every time Ade is offside he needs to donate £50 to a fund of some type. They'd make a killing..............

Keep it Goonerish............

Friday, 1 August 2008

The wally with the brolly and Ade to stay....FFS!!!!!

So the Champions League draw has paired us with Twente from Holland. Twente have recently installed a new manager who we English know very well.

The Wally with the Brolly aka Steve McClaren, returns to English soil for the first time since he inspired England to a 3-2 Wembley defeat at the hands of Croatia.

I must say I know little of Twente. I know that they were good on my football console game, One Nil, but that game is at least 14 years old so that they must have had a rebirth.

Being a Dutch side I'd expect them to be technical, but with new Gaffer Wally in charge, I'd imagine any ability that Twente have or had, will be sucked out from them.

In other Gooner news, the Togo Twat, Adebayor is signing a new contract.

I was one of his staunch supporters before the summer. Now he has to win me over after his antics.

I expect an apology for Gooners. Will we get one?

I wont hold my breath...........

There is no doubting he can become a great player in my mind, I just hope his attitude changes and he realises how lucky he is to be an Arsenal player.

It's not something that should be taken for granted, that red and white shirt is our pride and joy.

Ade, you've mugged us off over the summer now you have to repay us.

Keep it Goonerish............