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Sorry Spurs Beaten By No-Man Arsenal

Sorry Spurs Beaten By No-Man Arsenal

10 minutes ago I completed a long, yet surprisingly pleasant four hour trip home from the home of football, where I witnessed the mighty Arsenal whip the sorry Spurs. Unfortunately I now have to get my glad rags on an attend a friends wedding reception (sorry for missing the ceremony Phil but you understand); which means the bulk of the mickey taking will have to wait till tomorrow. However, I just thought I'd nip one in before I went.

If the Spurs fans are to be believed, and we all know how much they love to hear themselves speak and always think they're right, Arsenal are a one man team. Now considering that that one man, Thierry Henry, was side lined for today's fixture, Spurs were in effective, beaten by a 'No-Man' team.

Arsenal went one nil up when nobody in particular slipped the ball through to no-one who then superbly slotted the ball past Fatty Robinson.

The Gunners doubled their money when no-one at all was brought down in the box and captain for the day, Nobody, drilled the ball home.

The cherry on a finely iced cake came when Nobody once again fired home a penalty after Jenas fouled in the Spurs box.

How embarrassing to lose to a 'No-Man' team.

'Have you ever seen Tottenham win the league?.............'


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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Saturday December 2 2006
Time: 8:11PM

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Really they were playing against them selves, there was no one there running laps around them in the mid, no one taking the ball away from them and no one making challanges they were just slipping RIGHTTTT?
Youngest in Charge
02/12/2006 20:27:00
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Anyone see Lennon today. Nope? Thats because Clichy had the midget in his pocket!!!
Rocky7
02/12/2006 20:30:00
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HA HA HA HA HA! Funny how our old muckers Cusop, HTG and Mr. NONCEsense aren't delighting us with their witticisms. Oh well, I guess we'll have to go and pay them a visit!
Little Dutch
02/12/2006 20:39:00
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Oh and btw, my own ***** taking effort will appear tomorrow morning. It's just I spent a few hours toasting the victory in the bank of friendship and I'm not at my most lucid. That's not to say I'm not capable of making my way iver to the Spuds site to dish out a roasting. See you there. 3-0 TO THE ARSENAL!!!!!
Little Dutch
02/12/2006 20:42:00
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Paul, here's a better question, 'Have you ever seen tottenham win anything?'
luckys_10
02/12/2006 20:46:00
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My poor old mate still doesn't know what his dog does when Spurs beat Arsenal, he's only seven! EASY, EASY, EASY, EASY, EASY, EASY, EASY, EASY!
northwilts
02/12/2006 21:12:00
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46 Years waiting for some luck, 46 years trying to win a cup, but for 94 years we've been living next door to Tottenham. Tottenham? Tottenham? WHO THE ***** ARE TOTTENHAM?!
Little Dutch
02/12/2006 21:27:00
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I was at the game and all I have to say is "Jump up if you're 3-0 nil up!" First NLD I went to and it was amazing! and noone left early (except the Spurs fans!)
Super Cesc
02/12/2006 21:53:00
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Yeah the bouncing up and down looked very impressive from where I was (eastupper). Exactly the type of thing we need to get the atmos going.
Little Dutch
02/12/2006 21:55:00
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Yeah the atmosphere was great today, and the best bit was when Jenas was cheered to about Ashley being his boyfriend LOL!
Super Cesc
02/12/2006 22:08:00
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