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Moment of the Season 2010/11 - Vote Now

Even in seasons of complete capitulation there are moments that we`ll savour for a long long time.

These kind of moments will be the subject of our latest poll. What was your favourite moment of the season?

Was it the poetic justice of seeing Barry Ferguson crying after Birmingham were relegated of his extremely distasteful rub of Laurent Koscielny`s head after his mistake lead to Birmingham beating us in the Carling Cup final.

Maybe Pepe Renia making a complete balls of it in the last minute of the season opener at Anfield last year, making his slimy behaviour at Spain`s world cup celebrations all the funnier.

A less bitter person might vote for Aaron Ramsey`s fantastic finish against Man Utd after a year out of the game thanks to the studs, of knuckle dragging mouth breather, Ryan Shawcross.

I`m sure a large majority of the votes will go to Andrei Arshavin and his goal that causing inexplicable, unbridled and almost unobtainable levels of passion and joy in Gooners throughout the world after his goal against Barcelona led to our first ever victory over the Catalans .. and some scenes of a somewhat sexual nature from our goalkeeper.

Could it be that long awaited win over Chelsea as we pummeled them at the Grove, or maybe the end of the season was so horrendous that you were just glad to see the back of it?

Vote now on our poll, or add your own favourites in the comments section.




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The Journalist

Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday June 15 2011

Time: 11:24AM

Your Comments

Arshavin's strike against Barca to finish off a superb move. Beating the best team in the world without using negative tactics was an amazing moment.
Deltaforce
Defo the Szczesny celebration! The other kind of "moment" of the season for me also involved this boy and we knew something more than the CC was slipping away in the season. But I said I'd stay proud of the team after we beat the C*ntalans. I still am.
GoonerLou
Arshavin of course against Barcelona. The eruption of joy was just overwhelming. Would loved to have been in the stadium at that time.
Eboue=GOD
 

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