Very interesting interview with RvP in The Times

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Postby Trequartista » Wed Apr 11, 2012 2:02 pm

Maybe Podolski is Van Persie's choice?
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Re: Very interesting interview with RvP in The Times

Postby GunnGunn » Wed Apr 11, 2012 2:03 pm

mg86 wrote:Robin for me has literally entered the arena of reverened Arsenal players, a slot once held by people only like Fabregas and Henry. Absolutely love the guy and would shed man tears if he left big time, honestly.

This news is very encouraging and I think we really should be optimistic about this news.


The man is in our all time top 10 goalscorers, he has far surpassed Bergkamp, legendary status is not far away.

We need to keep him.
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Re: Very interesting interview with RvP in The Times

Postby ivän itchybüm » Wed Apr 11, 2012 2:04 pm

GunnGunn wrote:
Leody wrote:
GunnGunn wrote:I think it would kill Wenger to lose our last truly world class player so i can see some truth in it.


I don't even want to imagine the outrage from the fanbase if we lose RVP... :dizzy:


I imagine the outrage when we replace him with Onbongo Bongo from Congo will be far worse :grin:

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Re: Very interesting interview with RvP in The Times

Postby Leody » Wed Apr 11, 2012 2:07 pm

ivan itchybum wrote:
GunnGunn wrote:
Leody wrote:
GunnGunn wrote:I think it would kill Wenger to lose our last truly world class player so i can see some truth in it.


I don't even want to imagine the outrage from the fanbase if we lose RVP... :dizzy:


I imagine the outrage when we replace him with Onbongo Bongo from Congo will be far worse :grin:

:lol:


The name alone would make me like the guy...
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Re: Very interesting interview with RvP in The Times

Postby GunnGunn » Wed Apr 11, 2012 2:23 pm

I remember a couple of years back when i invented a player called Mohongo Bongo from Congo...then it turned out we were actually after a player with the same name from Congo.

Fun times :grin:
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Re: Very interesting interview with RvP in The Times

Postby IMF » Wed Apr 11, 2012 2:44 pm

It's Robben.

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Re: Very interesting interview with RvP in The Times

Postby Inchpräctice » Wed Apr 11, 2012 2:56 pm

ivan itchybum wrote:I like the bit about him getting to choose an attacking player to try to bring to the club :)


Hang on, a) he's looking for an attacking player and b) he's good mates with his Dutch pals = SJNEIDER!!

2 + 2 ALWAYS = 5.

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Re: Very interesting interview with RvP in The Times

Postby IMF » Wed Apr 11, 2012 2:57 pm

Inchpractice wrote:
ivan itchybum wrote:I like the bit about him getting to choose an attacking player to try to bring to the club :)


Hang on, a) he's looking for an attacking player and b) he's good mates with his Dutch pals = SJNEIDER!!

2 + 2 ALWAYS = 5.

:sneaky2:


He hates Sneijder.

It's Robben. Eye Tea Kay.
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Re: Very interesting interview with RvP in The Times

Postby EvAMY-CRAIGLEEAFC » Wed Apr 11, 2012 2:59 pm

I like part 1 best. Hope he stays.
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Re: Very interesting interview with RvP in The Times

Postby TRA Dial Square » Wed Apr 11, 2012 3:05 pm

Inchpractice wrote:
ivan itchybum wrote:I like the bit about him getting to choose an attacking player to try to bring to the club :)


Hang on, a) he's looking for an attacking player and b) he's good mates with his Dutch pals = SJNEIDER!!

2 + 2 ALWAYS = 5.

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Was that a joke? He and Sneijder absolutely loathe one another lol
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Re: Very interesting interview with RvP in The Times

Postby Inchpräctice » Wed Apr 11, 2012 3:21 pm

Yeah it was a joke.

Don't want Robben though, not unless he's on a pay per play deal.
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Re: Very interesting interview with RvP in The Times

Postby mg86 » Wed Apr 11, 2012 3:26 pm

Inchpractice wrote:Yeah it was a joke.

Don't want Robben though, not unless he's on a pay per play deal.

Yea I don't want something like 50 goals from 79 appearences either...
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Re: Very interesting interview with RvP in The Times

Postby Özilfan » Wed Apr 11, 2012 3:30 pm

I remember a decade or so back, there was a similar situation at Man City. The gaffer asked Anelka who he would like for a partner up front. He requested Robbie Fowler.
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Re: Very interesting interview with RvP in The Times

Postby IMF » Wed Apr 11, 2012 4:18 pm

mg86 wrote:
Inchpractice wrote:Yeah it was a joke.

Don't want Robben though, not unless he's on a pay per play deal.

Yea I don't want something like 50 goals from 79 appearences either...


Why the f*ck would we want that when we have 4 in 31 and the worlds largest head?
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Re: Very interesting interview with RvP in The Times

Postby TRA Dial Square » Wed Apr 11, 2012 4:28 pm

So apparently the bit about RvP choosing somebody, wasn't in the article. It came from a separate source and what that source is, I have no idea. - So I'm assuming now we can scrap that :doh:
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