Saturday, September 24, 2011

Robin Van Persie 100th Goal

I just found this lovely picture dedicated to Robin Van Persie 100th goal for Arsenal. Maybe he can add 100 more for his club. This is some fact of his goal :-
21 LEFT FOOT, 23 RIGHT FOOT, 6 HEADERS, 12 OUTSIDE THE BOX, 88 INSIDE, 12 PENALTIES, 69 IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE, 6 CARLING CUP, 8 FA CUP, 17 IN EUROPEAN COMPETITION. 100 GOALS OF ROBIN VAN PERSIE FOR ARSENAL.

Friday, September 16, 2011

Cesc didn't say Arsenal can't win

There's many gossip about Cesc Fabregas today.. This week it was reported that he said that he couldn’t see Arsenal winning the Premier League or the Champions League and that was why he left. If you have seen any of Arsene Wenger’s side this season you would have to agree with his assessment.

But now, with some Gunners unhappy with the comments, Fabregas has taken to Twitter to deny he ever said that.
However, in response to the story, the midfielder Tweeted: “Id never speak 1 bad word abt AFC, here there’s once more prove that so many people put in newspaper wtv they want and its not professional.”

“I want Arsenal to be successful as much as every single fan. Thats not why i left, it was never in my mind. AFC made me who i am today.”

Surely Arsenal should now start their own concerted media campaign to get Cesc back? – force an Arsenal jersey over his head, repeat over and over again that he has “Arsenal DNA”, and then offer Barcelona a derisory sum of money to buy him. It wouldn’t work, but it would be fun to watch.
I think enough about Cesc Fabregas story. He has gone from EPL ( even I don't remove his picture in this blog banner..). That's the story.. Arsenal need new heroes....

Friday, September 2, 2011

Steed Malbranque retire - It is SCAM

I'm sorry.. This news is totally SCAM.. Sorry again.. This is statement from Steed Malbranque..
"I never said that,'' he told L'Equipe, referring to suggestions he was retiring. "The club said that. I am still hesitant. I cannot put myself in the future.''

With no ill family members to speak of, Malbranque's decision to walk out on Les Verts so soon into his contract remains an unusual one.

"I did not take pleasure in training. I tried to be happy but I could not,'' he said.

He has not ruled out a return to England, where he spent ten years with Fulham, Tottenham and latterly Sunderland, adding: "England probably suited me better.''
Soccernet

Steed Malbranque, former regular player in EPL has been retired.
Malbranque only moved to French outfit St Etienne at the start of August after ending his three-year stay at the Stadium of Light.


Manager Christophe Galtier said Malbranque was not in the right frame of mind to play, but there have been reports that the ex-Fulham and Spurs midfielder is considering retiring for non-sporting issues.He's not retired because of age or injuries but to look after his son, who has been diagnosed with cancer. What a good father from footballer player..

Who is Steed Malbranque
Personal information
Full name Steed Malbranque
Date of birth January 6, 1980 (age 31)
Place of birth Mouscron, Belgium
Height 1.68 m (5 ft 6 in) [1]
Playing position Attacking Midfielder/Winger
Youth career
1995–1997 Lyon
Senior career*
Years Team Apps† (Gls)†
1997–2001 Lyon 77 (5)
2001–2006 Fulham 172 (32)
2006–2008 Tottenham Hotspur 62 (6)
2008–2011 Sunderland 102 (1)
2011 Saint-√Čtienne 1 (0)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic

He's good while he play for EPL clubs..
In Fullham jersey
In Spurs jersey


In Sunderland jersey

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