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10 Reasons To Be Cheerful

10 Reasons To Be Cheerful

In the past four days Arsenal have smashed Liverpool at Anfield TWICE in different competition, but there still maybe Gooners out there, somewhere who are unhappy for whatever reason.

Well Mr. Mustchin is a naturally happy chappy, who will try to bring smiles where ever he goes.

So if you're feeling a little down in the dumps because the Mrs forced you to give up smoking for the new year, or maybe little rover as been run over (sniff), then let's try and lighten you mood.

Ten reasons to be cheerful.

1) The mighty Arsenal start 2007 with a bang.

2) The triumphant return of Abou Diaby.

3) Manuel 'Faulty' Almunia not so faulty anymore.

4) SIX goals in one match at Anfield......You're 'avin a larf aintcha?!?!

5) The Beast wanted a chance, he got four and took them all!!

6) Eliminating 'Cup Kings' Liverpool out of two different competitions in four days! (Can we play you every week?)

7) After suffering abuse at the hands of his own, Alex Song grabs a piece of personal glory in the historic 6-3 victory at Anfield.

8) Arsenal get an extra two oppotunities to humiliate Spurs this season.

9) Arsene Wenger guides his extremely young Gunners to their third League cup semi final in four years.

10) SIX goals in one match at Anfield......You're 'avin a larf aintcha?!?!

Ok, I realise numbers 4 & 10 are the same, but come on, that's some result eh!!

Look out Spurs, Arsenal's nippers are coming for you!


Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Rocky7
Date:Wednesday January 10 2007
Time: 1:53AM

Comments

0
Horray! Walcott and the Gunners are tops! Gerrad must have gone missing again aye? What a way to begin the year! That's classic.
SWPACIFIC
10/01/2007 02:53:00
0
May be you should swap it for Arsenal being the first team to knock them for six since 1930.
HK_Gunner
10/01/2007 03:20:00
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Number Eleven (for the one you double counted...): Aliadiere was smashing and the man o' the match, showed why Arsene was comfortable letting Stokes go, and hopefully silenced his critics also (the sames ones on Song's back, no doubt).
devvil
10/01/2007 04:54:00
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i hope Wenger plays a strong team at the ***** lane, so we can finish the tie off in the first leg itself..
luckys_10
10/01/2007 04:57:00
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Great performances by Song,Baptista and Aliadiere whom were all under pressure to deliver...Guess Arsene knew a bit more than us gooners...He had backed all 3 and they gave an absolute perfect responce today...Trust Wenger,Arsene Knows...:)
jess_farenesh
10/01/2007 05:44:00
0
thats 3 games against liverpool scoring 12 goals !!! used to be a time we went anfield and held our breath, no more... the kids were brilliant and now i am watching sky sports 1 for the replay this morning, can't get enough, bring on the tiny totts !
PUREGOLD
10/01/2007 08:19:00
0
Rafa was heard walking around muttering to himself "those pesky kids". Fantastic performance, be honest boys, how many of you thought we'd get beat in both of those Anfield games? Hold your head in shame, I am.
hatespur
10/01/2007 08:56:00
0
Quite a performance, but Baptista did have a 5th chance, the pen. Also, he looked more like a mouse when he went rollong around on the pitch. Now just do Spurs! See you in Cardiff :)
Westl
10/01/2007 09:17:00
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baptista needs games westie.. he will come good, you can see he is class. i never expected that score line, far from it.. hope they do the same to spurs
PUREGOLD
10/01/2007 09:24:00
0
The only time he was rolling on the pitch was when he got an elbow in the face, allbeit accidentally!!
Rocky7
10/01/2007 09:27:00
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