Farewell Gunnersaurus. Farewell To Class.

Podcast: Yours truly, Shotta, and Blackburn George, the Arseblagger, discuss the revelations by Daniel Quy of how his father, Jerry Quy, the original Gunnersaurus, was sacked in a totally classless manner by the management of Arsenal and their corporate owners Kroenke Sports Enterprises.

What implications does this have for the future of our football club?

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  1. Looking through the line ups Szczesny has started the majority of their last 10 games. They’ve rotated between 3 keepers their last 3 matches but Szczesny is their first choice keeper. Fabianski is quality though. Better than Cech or Ospina when they were with us. I’d say him and Leno are similar in ability.


  2. Apparently Arsenal have as much money as they want.
    They were meant to have no money for the Partey deal.

    Declaring with great authority that Arsenal is not the club that will spend stupid money on journeymen footballers the equivalent noise that is made by an ostrich sticking its head up it’s own Arsenal (I’m not sure what noise that is but I am trying to use my imagination here, might as well as this game might be more imaginative then the footy game on Sunday…):

    This club spent a record fee upon a ‘winger’ who…

    This is the footballer club spending half a million pounds per week so they can’t play their best footballer. to replace him with someone who can control a pass two out of three times. If we are lucky and he is having a good day.

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  3. ‘Scuse the many typos above.

    Shotta the above is why the spectre of this ghoulish Mob spending more magic moolah upon journeymen footballers is NOT a statement of optimism. Think of it as more of a resignation ahahah.




    Fuck my life even Tottenham came out of the lockdown crisis with more class then the Arsenal. When Levy the architect is a giant monumental urinal is acting with more grace then yes:
    you’ve lost the Game!
    The only game that matters.

    Don’t kid yourselves.
    A bunch of malicious clowns are running down this club.
    Except it. Embrace it. Get used to it.


  4. When I look at Vinai’s record, from the day he told AW that he had to flog off his best players a decade ago, to the present day:

    I think that Martin Edwards at Utd has done a better job!

    And: Martin Edwards has become a national joke, a cause celebre, a source of mirth and joy for most football fans up and down the land

    Vinai is currently making this Court Jester look like some kind of Galileo.

    Move along. Keep insisting all is gravy.
    Nothing to see here.
    But a crater in the ground where Fizman’s Mausoleum once stood (at the very end they flogged what was left, which wasn’t much, for scrap).


  5. I had Emery and Raul as the source of the BS but then i realised that the BS has been going on for a lot longer than that and the class of a man that Arsene Wenger is, shielded us from a lot of the BS. Even when we were forced to sell our best players Arsene somehow made us optimistic about the future and believing we had half a chance in the league. I mean every season Arsene was here i genuinely thought we had a chance of the league at the start of the season. Obviously, it didn’t happen a lot of the time, but the optimism and hope were always there.

    Emery killed the hope when he was there because i truly believed that putting 9 behind the ball against crystal palace was not a winning formula for a club of our stature.
    Now Arteta (and i did not see this coming) has a similar if not more cautious style than emery (whose football i could not stand) and i cannot see how having 11 players behind the ball and 30 yards out from your goal line against Aston Villa is a winning strategy for a club of our stature and the players that we have available.

    Arteta is not the problem at all or emery. There has been a major shift to people who considered themselves custodians of the club who would take some profit and re-invest the rest to this lot we have now. Not sure what direction they are heading.

    Did stan loan money to buy the club to later put the debt on the club just like man utd?
    is he asset stripping like shotta said?
    What the deal with super agents?
    are we following Wolves model?
    Who really made the Ozil decision?
    Is this the end of promoting Youth players to 1st team? (cedric for instance has taken that spot from a promising youngster)

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  6. Gobshites blaming Ozil for the Ornstein story about Ceballos fighting with David Luiz at training, a fight Ceballos claims is fake news

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  7. Please find the latest team news update from our medical team ahead of Sunday’s match against Leeds United.

    Updates since last match:

    Mohamed Elneny
    Tested positive for Covid-19 while on international duty with Egypt.
    Mo is asymptomatic and following protocols ahead of returning to training. He is unavailable for this weekend’s fixture.

    Sead Kolasinac
    Tested positive for Covid-19 while on international duty with Bosnia and Herzegovina.
    Sead is also currently asymptomatic and following protocols ahead of returning to training. He is unavailable for this weekend’s fixture.

    Thomas Partey
    Left thigh. Thomas was replaced at half time during the match against Aston Villa and has sustained a strain to his left thigh.
    Continues to be assessed, will not be available for this weekend’s match and will continue his rehabilitation.

    Continued status on longer-term injuries:

    Pablo Mari
    Left ankle. Sustained significant sprain to ankle ligaments during Manchester City (a) on June 17.
    Pablo has progressed very well and is now integrating into full training.

    Gabriel Martinelli
    Left knee. Sustained injury during training on June 21.
    Gabi has also progressed very well is working well in group sessions and aims to integrate into squad sessions over the next two weeks.

    As part of Premier League protocol, all members of our first team squad and support staff continue to be regularly tested for COVID-19.

    Copyright 2020 The Arsenal Football Club plc. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to http://www.arsenal.com as the source.

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  8. Draw for knockout stages of the Papa Johns Trophy

    Northern section

    Shrewsbury Town v Lincoln City

    Salford City v Leicester City u-21s

    Fleetwood Town v Blackpool

    Port Vale v Wolves u-21s

    Hull City v Crewe Alexandra

    Accrington Stanley v Manchester United u-21s

    Manchester City u-21s v Tranmere Rovers

    Oldham Athletic v Sunderland

    Southern section

    Arsenal u-21s v AFC Wimbledon

    Milton Keynes Dons v Norwich City u-21s

    West Ham United u-21s v Peterborough United

    Oxford United v Forest Green Rovers

    Cambridge United v Gillingham

    Exeter City v Northampton Town

    Cheltenham Town v Portsmouth

    Leyton Orient v Bristol Rovers

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  9. Arsenal u23’s beat Everton U23’s 1-0 today, Smith-Rowe with the goal, Balogun was sent off for two yellows, dissent and a dive. Sokratis, Chambers and Saliba played ino our back four, over £60M worth of transfer fees in them 3.

    Arsenal: Macey; Chambers (Dinzeyi, 76), Sokratis (Norton-Cuffy, 71), Saliba, Lopez; Cirjan, Akinola, Cottrell; Smith Rowe (Azeez, 46); Moller, Balogun.

    Subs not used: Okonkwo, Hutchinson.

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