Fool-ham visit the Emirates: 3 points please

Good morning to you all from Abuja.

The harmattan continues to storm Abuja leaving people with blocked noses and white bodies….even if we are all black here.

Arsenal have been given an extra incentive today. Win Fulham and the fans can sing “We are top of the League” again. If the Cashlings beat the Scots Blues and we beat Fulham, the Londoners will climb above the Red Hell Owners leaving the tie at Old Strafford more watery. The game between the Red Hell Owners and the Fruities have been postponed due to the fact that England lost out of the World Cup bid……..who am i kidding…..Bad weather.

Today’s opponents, The Okro Soup Mastaz have an atrocious record against the Arsenal. They are so bad that Pascal Cygan scored two goals against them. He even gifted them an own goal.

In their last 24 visits to Arsenal’s home ground (Highbury & Emirates included) they have secured just 3 draws. if i can recall right, Fulham is one side the Arsenal scores 4-0 on a consistent basis at home.

AW made some comments about our good away form but title winning side have a good stronghold in their home ground. In Moaninho’s first season with the Cashlings he conceded only 6 goals in the Bridge. A premier league record. He also had a very large amount of 1-0 victories. Boring but effective. 1-0 victories amount to 3 points, 5-5 thrilling draws amount to a solitary point.

With 2 home defeats on the bounce, i expect the Gunners to be too strong for Fulham. It seems as if we’ve got our mojo back but we have to be wary of complacency.  Some games are won on paper, but this is the most topsy-turvy season in Premier League history. Bolton playing like us and sitting in 5th place, their 2nd goal against Blackpool was one of the best goals i’ve seen in all my footballing watching years. I’d advice that you check it out on YouTube.

Records have been shattered this season and a lot of scripts have been torn. Arsenal should not give me any heartbreak today. Just that as a standard Arsenal fan, you have to equip yourself for good times and bad times. Let’s hope today’s match will be the type of match that will send me to Twitjail. The last game that caused that was El Classico and we know how many goals the “home” team scored. I could do with some Arsenal tantalizing and “orgasmic” football.

To team news, we have all our strikers fully fit so its all down to one individual, Arsene Wenger.

The eleven men he selects should know fully well that competition is the new order of the day so they should play like their captain who is still missing. I expect everyone to give 110% today. Fulham cannot stand half a chance if AW’s gunning army give 110% in every department.

Samir “El-Rufai” Nasri and Sebastien “Squisha” Squilacci passed their respective fitness test and with the weak attacking threat Fulham offer, i expect them to rest on the bench today. We have a vital home tie against group H’s whooping boys, Partizan Belgrade so i expect AW to do whats best for his squad.

My expected starting line-up would be

Flyin Fabbi

Gael “Flash” Clichy – Johan “Injourou” Djourou – Laurent “Kos100%tackle” Koscielny – Bacary “Timaya” Sagna

Alexandre “Sabinus” Song – Jack “Whizkhid Wilshere

Tomas “Banana Lomo” Rosicky

Andrei “Hotty Pancake” Arshavin – Robin “glassboned vP” vanPersie – Theo “Wal Cunt” Walcott

ChiAmaka should get deserved rest, we’ll require his wit, craftsmanship, work rate, skill, guile and aerial ability against Partizan.

I pray Mark Schwarzer would use his head and concede his customary 4 goals. Let him not even think of entering the “Evil Keeper” mode against us. I don’t know why some goalies become so good against the Arsenal and play like shite against other opposition. Rob Green, Shay Given, Pepe Reina, Jussi Jaaskelainen and Brad Friedel are the regular Evil Keeper nominees. The only cuntbutler that stands out is Paul Robinson…….Arsenal has its way of sodomising him.

Here to a draw in Stamford Bridge.

Fulham visit the Emirates…….Arsenal Football Club, 3 points please.

About enigma106

An Arsenal fan with a good sense of humor

Posted on December 4, 2010, in Arsenal, Match Preview, Premier League and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Today is when we start mending the shaky home performance and turn the grove into the fortress it ought to be. I just saw the line-up, you don’t play football manager much, eh?
    My prediction: If we can score early enough: 4-1, If not then we’re gonna huff and puff and prolly end winning by a lone goal or they get away with a goalless draw. I’m hoping for the early goal one.
    Come on you reds!

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