The Cash Money Oil Money Billionaires visit the Emirates: Let’s show ’em who’s boss
Had a dream last night…..It was about tonight’s match. After getting his ass whooped by Kolo Mentality, Emmanuel “GreedyBayor” Adebayor promised his manager that he was going to give a spirited display against his former employers to atone for all the mistakes he has done at the club. This prompted Mancini to start him ahead of Carlitos the Dracula. Ten minutes in the game, El Capitan swings in a corner from the right hand side. GreedyBayor pushed Kos100%tackle away in the box, chested the ball and scored one of the most acrobatic own goals you would ever see. There was no difference between that goal and the one he scored against Villarreal in El Madrigal in the 2008/09 season. The best part of it all is that he ran towards the Cash Money Oil Money Billionaires fans in celebration of the own goal. An angry fan threw his Heineken bottle with the aim of hitting some African dreadlocks. That was the part where my cousin woke me up. I didn’t even get to see the grand finale. Oh well, that was just a dream.
Arsenal takes on the Cash Money Oil Money Billionaires with the aim of reclaiming second spot. You heard me right. Second spot.
After going trophyless for the fifth season in a row, everyone assumed that we are content with being England’s “third best” team. The Cash Money Oil Money Billionaires were at it again in the transfer market bringing in a host of players and paying them salaries that could be used as transfer budgets in some Npower Championship clubs. I can only imagine the array of talent that would have been present in their squad if they beat Twitch FC to claim fourth spot. It might have been a different story altogether.
Some credit must go to Scudetto winner, Roberto Mancini. When Sparky was in charge, the Cash Money Oil Money Billionaires were draw specialists. That cost Sparky his job. Mancini on the other hand, came in with vast experience from the Serie A. Like every other manager before him, he grabbed the club’s golden chequebook and signed stars from all over the galaxy. But the major problem about always having what you want as a manager is that your squad might be “too big” for you to handle. This season the competition for a place in the first team has led to players whining about not getting playing time. Imagine a club that sent Craig “Speedy Dwarf” Bellamy to rot in Championship Hell. Even quality players like Shay GivGiv and Short Wright-Philips have sat on the bench so long that their asses could be used to boil water.
Even with all the money at their disposal, the Cash Money Oil Money Billionaires don’t really play like a tight unit. I guess money isn’t everything. Club captain, Carlitos the Dracula cries everyday about his home in Argentina. He even went as far as handing in a transfer request that was rejected. We all know about GreedyBayor. The bitch fight against Kolo mentality should be the last straw. I believe he’ll be shipped out for peanuts this January.
Their off field problems will count for nothing if these rich cunthounds get maximum points in our turf. There’s a lot at stake today. Win the Billionaires and the title race is thrown open again. The Red Hell Owners lead us with five points with 2 games in hand. We all know what that means.
The Billionaires have the one of the strongest squads in the league…not in footballing ability, but in strength literarily. The sizes of their players are very massive. Their engine room contains club bouncers like Nigel “Leg Breaka” De Jong, Yaya “Ynashy” Toure and Gareth “G-Composed” Barry. The only way to beat a side like this is to play our very own “Cescy” football. We also need to be clinical with our chances. The game we played in the City of Manchester Stadium was one of the best away performances I’ve witnessed as an Arsenal fan. Our co-ordination was spot on, our defensive stability was perfect, our passing was intricate and our finishing was lethal and clinical. I wouldn’t mind that again.
In terms of the players that will grace the Emirates this evening, I’ll expect an unchanged line-up from the 3-0 winning side that played McAlbino’s Blues on Saturday evening. I just have a funny feeling that Andrei “Hotty” Arshavin will be drafted back into the squad. I wouldn’t really mind Theo “Wal Kuint” Walcott coming in as an impact player. My expected starting lineup should be:
Hotty-glassboned vP-El Rufai
Last season’s encounter in the Emirates between Arsenal and the CMYM Billionaires was the “B” in boring. The only noteworthy event was that Flyin Fabbi kept a clean sheet. He also kept another clean sheet in October when we played them away. I could do with another clean sheet tonight, provided we do our bit upfront.
They will be without their Mr. Creativity, David “One Mole” Silva and their arrogant Ghanitalian Mario “ArrogMoHawkCocky” Balotelli.
The CMYM Billionaires take on the Arsenal…….let’s show ‘em who’s boss.
Posted on January 5, 2011, in Arsenal, Match Preview, Premier League and tagged Man City. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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