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Arsenal getting beat in the final and also not having all the luck for once

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can't win them all but at least we got there,thought the two best players in the world bottled it last night anyway

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Excellent wasn't it? <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

See that they took defeat with their usual good grace, blaming the referee for their loss. They are lucky, could have been a lot worse - the ref could have awarded the goal and still sent Lehmann off. In addition, I cannot see why they are complaining, the ref's decision to dismiss the keeper is 100% right according to the laws of the game, most amazing of all is that Wenger saw it and could actually comment.

Let's face it, Barcelona are the best side in Europe and deserved to win it. Arsenal performed miracles to get there but at the end of the day Barca deserved to win. Typical Arsenal that they cannot accept that as fact.

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i like the way it is arsenal who are the only ones to whinge,when are spurs going to let this conspiracy about the marriot hotel drop,it has been two weeks now and you are still whingeing about it,sorry,i forgot,its only arsenal that whinge

barca are the best side in europe,did they deserve to win the game,maybe but i am not too sure,with eleven men it may of been different but lehmann deserved to go,if the goal had of been awarded then he wouldn't of got sent off as it wasn't violent conduct,so you are wrong there!
eboue dived for our free kick so i can't have any complaints that their goal may of been offside,but we got to the final which is a lot more than spurs have done

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I haven't seen any comments re the Marriott from Spurs fans for ages. Most of us accept that it was a virus and not food poisoning anyway.

Why can't Arsenal take defeat with grace. Bunch of loser MUUUUUUUUGS!

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official statement from spurs yesterday was "until the matter is completely cleared up we will still be looking into the matter" or words to that effect
face it you finished fifth after 38 games,well done,its a great achievement,every spurs fan i talk to speaks about the virus being a stitch up,learn to take defeat with grace,you MUUUUUGS <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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hang on the pair of ya spurs getting food posion was abit suspicions and most fans would accuse someone of doing something,but arsenal last nite yer there were a few decisions that didnt go there way but all i keep hearing today is that arsenal fans all over england after the final whistle decided to just go on the rampage by fighting or destroying pubs thats my i think most people are against arsenal and thats what i mean by arsenal taking it gracefuly

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I don't consider the virus as a stitch up. I do consider that the FA made their usual hash of things when the squad fell ill, but then, you tell me when the FA have ever got anything right. I have accepted fifth place as have most Spurs fans. The Spurs board have to answer to share holders and have to be seen to be doing everything they can due to the money involved. It has been a good season. We have achieved European football via the league. We are financially stable and have a great manager who has dignity, unlike Wenger. you never know, we may end up playing each oather in next season's UEFA Cup as you have to qualify for the Champions League.

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hang on the pair of ya spurs getting food posion was abit suspicions and most fans would accuse someone of doing something,but arsenal last nite yer there were a few decisions that didnt go there way but all i keep hearing today is that arsenal fans all over england after the final whistle decided to just go on the rampage by fighting or destroying pubs thats my i think most people are against arsenal and thats what i mean by arsenal taking it gracefuly



coz arsenal have a history of football violence,saw a programme the other night when spurs claimed they were the hardest "firm" in london,pathetic!,i was at highbury last night and most people just went home,fair enough they had the hump but i don't recall seeing or hearing about any trouble,i may be wrong but i think you will find more people actually hate tottenham apart from supporters of man utd,chelsea(debatable) and spurs,the west ham fans were loving beating you lot the other week and fans all over the country thought it was funny,including me!!!
you will think last night was funny,wouldn't expect anything less,thats fair enough
FACT-spurs had a virus,there was no food poisoning!!

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Am I really the only non-arsenal fan who was dissapointed?

Tell me that's not true.

They even had an Englishman scoring for them!!

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westy you love arsenal anyway,you just won't admit it,in all fairness i wouldn't expect our fiercest rivals to support us,i wouldn't support spurs,i would rather cut off my plonker and marinate it in vinegar

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lol

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again ever better

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old news,have only seen these 8 times since 9 this morning,now wheres that lasagne again

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old news,have only seen these 8 times since 9 this morning,now wheres that lasagne again


Even older news old chum!!!

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still,just as funny though

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wat the mastercard advert or the arsenal street sign

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both,plus the fact spurs ar$e went on their most important day for 20 years

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i dont care about either club anyway

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why do you support man utd anyway,i can unerstand barcelona as usually they are a beautiful team to watch,do you come from manchester??




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