The Arsenal Thread [2005/06]

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Dreath

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But he's not.

He wants to take steps forward in his career, not steps backwards. He's said he's staying, so he is staying.
 

Crusad3r

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Dreath said:
But he's not.

He wants to take steps forward in his career, not steps backwards. He's said he's staying, so he is staying.


In case Cesc is joing Real Madrid i wont be here to say "hahahahahahaa" but honestly, close your mouth cause you and me dont know what is gonna happen, is clear he is spanish and he would like to be back to spain with his family.
 

Yossarian

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I wonder if a club like Lyon sees itself as being above us or atleast equal to us when it comes to reputation and stature in the footballing community?
 

Dreath

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Crusad3r said:
In case Cesc is joing Real Madrid i wont be here to say "hahahahahahaa" but honestly, close your mouth cause you and me dont know what is gonna happen, is clear he is spanish and he would like to be back to spain with his family.

The same family that said, specifcally the dad, that he'd disown him if he played for Madrid? Not that means anyone, but a funny little quote.

Cesc may leave, i'm not denying that. But he'd be as foolish as hell to. There are few clubs that an develop players like we can, and with all due respect to Madrid, they aren't one of them.

You have to understand here, that Arsenal football club are fed up with Madrid. Every summer you try to buy someone from us, it seems you want to be us. Vieira for 5/6 years, Henry every so often, Wenger, and now Fabregas. Maybe you should sign some better scouts.
 

Frostwolf

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I'm sure Cesc would want to go "home" to Madrid which is i presume is very different to Barcelona to play for a team which he detests, leaving a team that holds his contract for 5 more years and has helped him become the player he is now.

Delusional.

Yossarian said:
I wonder if a club like Lyon sees itself as being above us or atleast equal to us when it comes to reputation and stature in the footballing community?

Lyon are a very powerful club and I suppose some at the club think that way, but in the eyes of most of the footballing world I don't think it would be the same... mostly due to reputation I guess.
 

Dreath

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I'm amazed we haven't reported Madrid to FIFA yet. They have an agreement with the player without contacting the club? That's called tapping up.

Anyway, his agent's a Madrid fan, no sane person would call Madrid the best club in the world, they aren't even the best club in Spain.
 

PaPaGeorGeo

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Dreath said:
I'm amazed we haven't reported Madrid to FIFA yet. They have an agreement with the player without contacting the club? That's called tapping up.

Anyway, his agent's a Madrid fan, no sane person would call Madrid the best club in the world, they aren't even the best club in Spain.

Id say its more his Agent is a fan of $$$, signing for Real Madrid means big signing on fee.

Cesc signed a 6 year contract when he signed for us in 2003 that means he at 3 years left. We have no reason to sell him, what ever you guys paid for Ramos double it and you may have your selves a deal and thats if Cesc really wants to go, if he doesnt want to leave than you can forget about it
 

PaPaGeorGeo

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Crusad3r said:
Spanish papers reports Saviola could be joining Arsenal.

Spanish Papers said Wenger was going to Real Madrid





But yeh

http://home.skysports.com/list.asp?...178&lid=3&title=Saviola+coy+over+Gunners+link
Reports in Spain claim Arsenal are close to agreeing a deal to sign Argentine playmaker Javier Saviola.

The Barcelona man's agent Alfredo Cabrera Brizuela claimed last month that the Premiership side had enquired about Saviola.

According to the latest rumours, that interest has advanced to the point where Saviola is ready to join Arsenal ahead of Greek giants Panathinaikos.

He has been told he has no future at Barcelona after spending last season on loan at Uefa Cup winners Sevilla.

Panathinaikos have lodged a bid for the 24-year-old and Saviola was open to a move to Greece before Arsenal registered their interest.

The former River Plate starlet, though, would prefer a move to The Premiership and that has given The Gunners the edge.

Following Dennis Bergkamp's retirement, Arsene Wenger has lost a creative element to his side, something which could be provided by the mercurial talents of Saviola.

For now, though, Saviola is trying not to be distracted by the rumours as he gears up to return to Barcelona after Argentina's World Cup quarter final exit.

He said: "I am preparing myself for doing pre-season with the team."


and Lyon want Gilberto

http://home.skysports.com/list.asp?hlid=400774&CPID=24&clid=143&lid=3&title=Lyon+want+Arsenal's+Gilberto
 

Crusad3r

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PaPaGeorGeo said:
Spanish Papers said Wenger was going to Real Madrid

Yes, everybody said that.

If Villar Mir wins elections, Wenger will come.

Villar Mir doesnt win = Wenger doesnt come.


Dont you understand that?
 

Yossarian

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Did Djourou pick up an injury in that game against the OOOkranians in that group stages match? If so, how severe was it? Because he looked moderately impressive up until then, man. Like, good enough to maybe start for us and stuff.
 

Socrates

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Dreath said:
I'm amazed we haven't reported Madrid to FIFA yet. They have an agreement with the player without contacting the club? That's called tapping up.

Anyway, his agent's a Madrid fan, no sane person would call Madrid the best club in the world, they aren't even the best club in Spain.

I dont think Calderon has an agreement with anyone. BTW I belive Cesc's agent has said that Calderon has talked to Cesc's father about a possilbe move here. So noone has really contacted Cesc.
 
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