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No More-inho

No More-inho

Josie Moaninho has rather spitefully stolen the back pages of the mornings newspapers by getting himself sacked.

The plaudits should have belonged to Arsenal after the Gunners slaughtered back to back UEFA cup winners Sevilla. The Arsenal looked set to be plastered all over the sports pages until inconsiderate Mourinho picked up his P45.

Despite having it rammed down our throats that JM is the greatest manager in the PL, and the fact that Chelsea are a club steeped in tradition and full of history, the Portuguese motor mouth has, it seems opened his cake-hole once to often.

Only 48 hours after waffling on about eggs and omelette's, Roman Abramovich appears to have had enough and booted the Matalan coat wearing Muppet out of the club for good.

We here at Vital Arsenal would like to thank Jose for all the moments of magic he has brought to the Premiership, for his charisma and witty comments. We'd also like to thank Hitler for his sterling work in human rights & Margret Thatcher for services to coal mining.


Credit to Wingers for the cracking headline



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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Thursday September 20 2007
Time: 1:19AM

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Comments

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I'd also like to thank Harold Shipman for the good work he did in improving the public belief in General Practitioners... »»Arsene Knows««
Wingston75
20/09/2007 01:26:00
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Rocky, change that headline to 'No More-inho' at once... »»Arsene Knows««
Wingston75
20/09/2007 01:27:00
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Haha That guy will be missed... lolz
afghenry
20/09/2007 01:29:00
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Wingston that a great healine
afghenry
20/09/2007 01:30:00
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Lmao. Done.
Rocky7
20/09/2007 01:31:00
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How long have you had that one in mind Wingers?
Rocky7
20/09/2007 01:32:00
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Good riddance. Watch him go to Spurs. Whining tw*t.
themadafrican
20/09/2007 01:33:00
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I'm incredibily dissapointed with the management.But instead of talking about Mourinho, shouldn't you be talking about Usmanov? That has now, 20% of your club?
k_chelski
20/09/2007 01:34:00
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Oh god. The only way that tosser could become more insufferable would be if he were Spurs manager. I wonder what the Spurs fans would make of him.
Rocky7
20/09/2007 01:35:00
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Just now as I read the piece, Rocks. I guess i was just born with it (naturla gob*****e ability, not headline writing talent...) »»Arsene Knows««
Wingston75
20/09/2007 01:36:00
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