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Shall We Sing A Song For You?

Alan Pardew has signed Arsenal youngster Alex Song on loan for the rest of the season.

Pardew has become more famous for his anti-Arsenal and anti-foreigners in the last 12 months than he has for his managerial skills.

He claimed that Arsenal's victory away to Real Madrid was not a victory for English football due to the number of foreign players Arsenal had in their team.

Well to be honest I agree that it was not a victory for English football purely because Arsenal were there to represent Arsenal, not Engerland.

Anywho, young Alex song is now going to continue his footballing education at struggling Charlton.

It is a chance for the powerful midfielder to prove many Arsenal fans wrong after he was booed of the pitch by his own fans.

Arsene Wenger will hope that this loan spell will do for Song what Justin Hoyte's loan spell at Sunderland last season has done for him.

We here at Vital Arsenal wish him all the best for the rest of the season.






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Writer: Nick Simmonett  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday January 30 2007

Time: 2:46PM

Your Comments

He should get some game time there its a pretty weak position for them. Hope Pardew doesnt poison the kids mind, he'll probably be spinning alot of crap about how his own fans boo him if he likes him. Oh well, good luck to him but i think it would take some very special performances for him to have any influence on them avoiding the drop.
Ozi Gooner
This will be a chance to see how good he really is. I wish him all the best and dearly hope he proves some of those idiots who were at Fulham wrong.
Little Dutch
I ope to see him do well even if he is playing for Pardew. Now thats one conversation I'd like to have Heard; AP: Errr, hello Mr Wenger, eerrr I wondered...err if.....well.....would it be possible......I mean if it wasn't too much trouble.....if I were to borrow Alex Song for a few months?!? AW: Beg!!
Rocky7
He leaves the idiots at Fulham to work for an idiot at Charlton. All the best sunshine, you'll be back.
hatespur
"I ope" Rocky, have you turned into Rene from 'Ello Ello'??
hatespur
Good move for Song. Hopefully he will get some 1st team action which can only help him. and yes, those idiots at fulham will probably be happy he is going away, but hey, they are idiots !!
prits
Hah! Rocky7 you almost made me ***** myself laughing with that one. AW: on your knees English boy! You can have song if you kiss my pinky ring and admit I am a coaching god and you are a latrine-sweeper!
devvil
I think its a shame that he won't be able to participate in the Carling Cup again despite making a huge contribution to our success in the competition this year...But this move should provide the ideal platform for him to display his talents on a regular basis starting with...chelsea
Anon 1
Oh yer because this makes sense we have alot of our quality players in our squad out due to injury so we'll let more go out on lone song is a quality player who can be used in our current busy schedule ... why not stop wi just letting him go lets sell thierry, kolo and cesc while were at it ...
Achilles
He was really good in the CC. Glad for him. You should never be booed by your any fans, let alone your own. Disgraceful in my opinion. What were they thinking? Hopefully he'll show his strengths and be able to prove people wrong.
georges
Achilles, we're hardly struggling in CM are we? Diaby, Cesc, Bert, Flamini, Baptista, Denilson, Djourou can play there.
Little Dutch
With Diaby back to fitness, i think this was the right move to make
thenry009
song needs games and loans always do players good, look at bendter, larsson, muamba and lupoli.. all proved how good they are.. i hope he does well for charlton
PUREGOLD
good point LD but still knowing our luck we will end up with half midfield out now he has gone lmao
Achilles
 

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