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Ronaldinho Set To Sign For Arsenal

Ronaldinho Set To Sign For Arsenal

Is anyone, like me, sick & tired of these b*llocks article titles?

All summer we have to sit and sift through this crap, but even though we know the articles with these sensational titles are complete tosh, we have to read them anyway. Just in case.

The silly season is in full swing with (according to certain sources) Cesc, Wenger, Reyes & Ashley Cole going to Real Madrid, Ashley Cole also going to Chelsea & Barcelona, Henry's new contract all a big conspiracy just to get a better transfer fee for Arsenal & Campbell to Portsmouth (this one could be true).

Coming the other way we have Dirk Kuyt, Diarra, Fernando Torres, Saviola, Yaya Toure, Javier Mascherano, Buffon, Pele (the goal keeper not the impotent fellow) Carlos Salcido, Stephen Appiah, Frank Ribery...............

The list goes on and on.

But how can we not read this rubbish, I mean how many people didn't bother reading articles about Sol Campbell's signing for Arsenal because they thought it couldn't be true? How many people dismissed articles about Man Utd's signings of Alan Smith or Rio Ferdinand?

Not many I can tell you.

The truth is, in football, anything can happen, and as long as this is the case, cheap hacks will continue fabricate rumours like this in order to sell their newspapers & such like, and if, maybe, just maybe, any of these rumours come to pass, they can claim an exclusive and all the plaudits.

The fact that you've clicked this article link proves my theory.

God I hate the close season.


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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Monday July 3 2006
Time: 10:18PM

Comments

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I love silly season. It always amuses me what the tabloids come up with.
pitythefool
04/07/2006 10:08:00
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ashley cole to chelsea let the domination become even bigger come on chelsea the best team in the world
killajams
04/07/2006 11:15:00
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without the money u would be a very average premiership team
green giant 12
04/07/2006 12:48:00
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Wthout the money, thy would have been bankrupt, rather than corrupt.
Boony
04/07/2006 15:23:00
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Just think how arsenal would be if we had all those players plus ronaldinho
kenyanrudeboy
04/07/2006 15:49:00
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I bet this article has had thousands of hits from sites like newsnow and google news!
KevinE
04/07/2006 22:49:00
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Ronaldinho might be adequate cover in case of injury to Van Persie, Walcott, Lupoli, Bentner and Adebayor to partner Henry.. Obviously we'd have to insist on him seeing a dentist and a barber before allowing him on the pitch..
leewortley
05/07/2006 03:42:00
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News hungry stuff again here making its rounds?
SWPACIFIC
05/07/2006 05:09:00
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Boony, great article the other day about Arsenal's corruption of Islington council in either Evening Standard or Mail, did you realise, for example, that Arsenal were paying the salaries of planning decision makers during the planning and construction process? By the way, most teams would be average without the money. As for the transfer market, it will be very interesting to watch how things pan out given the situation in Italy, maybe Arsenal can increase their number of non British players!
Westl
05/07/2006 09:34:00
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Man i started thinkinging ronaldinio is coming!, anyway I do have a feeling campbell might leave to portsmoth, it is possible, any other ideas?
gunner-minesh
05/07/2006 14:10:00
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