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Gallas: Chelsea Paying The Price

Following last Sunday's outstanding win over Manchester United, Billy Gallas says the mighty Arsenal are better than Chelsea, and the blues are paying the price for letting him go.

In Billy's monthly rant, he says it was painful at the times, but now all that exists is Arsenal.

He also thinks Arsenal are now better than Chelsea, and really believes the Gunners are back in the title race.

'They are paying for it now - they are short of a defender,' he said.

'But I don't want to pay attention to what they are doing anymore. It was painful to leave at the time, but there was a big lack of respect for me from certain people inside Chelsea.'

'I put in 100 per cent for five years. Now I have turned the page. Arsenal is all that matters. It was a huge moment to beat Man United last week. It was clear Arsenal are better than Chelsea.'

'Now we are feel we are back in the title fight, we really believe it.'

Speaking of who is better than who, we here at the Vital Football Network must be better than the Sky Sports News website as we KNOW HOW TO SPELL THE NAMES OF OUR PLAYERS!.

It's just a shame the rest of our spelling is shocking :P

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

Date:Sunday January 28 2007
Time: 12:34PM


we're better and more classy! Wtih rgedras to sleplnig we are ficknug asoweme! Cerhes!
28/01/2007 12:41:00
Lmao. :)
28/01/2007 12:43:00
You've gotta give it to Billy, he manages to make me love him more and more with out even stepping on the field. Ever since the match at Old Trafford earlier this season when he went and celebrated by himself in front of the away support he's had a place in my heart as a true Arsenal man, even though i dont doubt that that in itself was partly an attempt to wind up Mourinho and watching Chelski fans. And if there was ever a doubt about who got the better deal out of that swap i think the fact that it appears we have even when hes barely played since october, shows how down hill cole is going and what a bad decision this was on chelskis part. "I'd rather have a Willy than a ****!"
Ozi Gooner
28/01/2007 12:46:00
What he says is true, but i dont think theres a title race this season.
28/01/2007 12:56:00
True Mike. While I think it's good that the players show some belief, it's ok for us fans to admit we aint got a prayer of winning the league this season.
28/01/2007 12:59:00
well, we have got a chance, but it's not going to happen. chelski and manure are just way too unlikely to relinquish sufficient points for us to steal in... Saw that headline, it's frankly embarrassing that THE major foirce of premiership football match broadcasting cannot even correctly spell the name of one of the most talked ab out central defenders of the season. »»Arsene Knows««
28/01/2007 13:06:00
says me, with my consistently pi$$poor typing... 'foirce'. pot. kettle. black. »»Arsene Knows««
28/01/2007 13:07:00
They've changed it now!!!
28/01/2007 13:25:00
He does it again...he just simply can't last a month without saying something about Chealski. He is obviously really hurt but what chealski done but what's the point of going on and on...
28/01/2007 13:28:00
cesc pirlo, it might be that he was asked for his thoughts on the subject by a journo or interviewer, trather than volunteering his thoughts on the subject straight up... »»Arsene Knows««
28/01/2007 13:56:00
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