Marouane Chamakh

Re: Marouane Chamakh

Postby Est83 » Sun May 23, 2010 1:42 am

I was just on goal.com (don't hate me), Tony Cascarino said: "Chamakh is technically very good and is similar to Cristiano Ronaldo in his style, tricks and even his looks. However, he’s very much a poor man’s version as he’s nowhere near as good. In fact, he is like Ronaldo at his worst in terms of going to ground at every opportunity."

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Re: Marouane Chamakh

Postby Myrmedus » Sun May 23, 2010 1:50 am

Eh who cares, wait and see what he's like in the flesh. Most critics and pundits are full of shit and criticize purely to elevate themselves because their own careers were/are crap.

Consider most of the critical pundits on most football TV shows and consider what they achieved. Then consider the more mild pundits and consider what they achieved.

All that springs to mind when I think of the above is Jamie Redknapp saying "it" without the "t" in Thomas Cook adverts.
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Re: Marouane Chamakh

Postby Est83 » Sun May 23, 2010 1:54 am

Myrmedus wrote:Eh who cares, wait and see what he's like in the flesh. Most critics and pundits are full of shit and criticize purely to elevate themselves because their own careers were/are crap.

Consider most of the critical pundits on most football TV shows and consider what they achieved. Then consider the more mild pundits and consider what they achieved.

All that springs to mind when I think of the above is Jamie Redknapp saying "it" without the "t" in Thomas Cook adverts.


You maybe right. Strangely enough, Shearer is always complimentary.

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Re: Marouane Chamakh

Postby GunnGunn » Sun May 23, 2010 1:57 am

I don't give a flying fucksickle if he is a poor mans Ronaldo, if he has even half the talent of Ronaldo we will have a World Class player on our hands.

And Cascarino can f**k right off, like he has been actively watching Chamakh all season the mug.
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Re: Marouane Chamakh

Postby Q8 Gooner » Sun May 23, 2010 7:33 am

This means my 2010-2011 shirt will have the number 29 with Chamaaaaaaaaaaaaaakh..
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Re: Marouane Chamakh

Postby Fabby » Sun May 23, 2010 7:38 am

I have a feeling this guy is going to f***ing annoy us a hell of a lot somehow.

He seems to be the bollocks in the air but aside from the fact no-one at the club can cross properly I don't think that'll be utilised, and I'm also not sure he's going to be that much crack with the ball on the floor. Hope I'm wrong but I dno just got that feeling.
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Re: Marouane Chamakh

Postby Popey » Sun May 23, 2010 9:37 am

Est83 wrote:I was just on goal.com (don't hate me), Tony Cascarino said: "Chamakh is technically very good and is similar to Cristiano Ronaldo in his style, tricks and even his looks. However, he’s very much a poor man’s version as he’s nowhere near as good. In fact, he is like Ronaldo at his worst in terms of going to ground at every opportunity."

Verdict: r***rd!


what? like ronaldo? the guy has never watched ronaldo and chamakh! :BangHead:
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Re: Marouane Chamakh

Postby Tony_Adams » Sun May 23, 2010 9:59 am

"He [Chamakh] is also a fighter, not only a good football player, but a fighter as well."

Arsene Wenger


Cool, we need someone who can fight in the team, sounds like my kind of player :sneaky2:
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Re: Marouane Chamakh

Postby Massa » Sun May 23, 2010 12:33 pm

Now he just needs to get his hair sorted and we're off
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Re: Marouane Chamakh

Postby kukun » Sun May 23, 2010 2:43 pm

finally chamakh is coming...pray gorcuff will coming soon! if fabregas leave us we not worried.
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Re: Marouane Chamakh

Postby Gunner Down Under » Mon May 24, 2010 6:08 am

kukun wrote:finally chamakh is coming...pray gorcuff will coming soon! if fabregas leave us we not worried.


Gourcuff leaving and Chamakh too would be too much for them, if Gourcuff does at the end of next season by the earliest
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Re: Marouane Chamakh

Postby Gould » Mon May 24, 2010 7:31 am

Am I the only person thinking that with chamakh playing that eboue will be played as 1st choice rb cus sagna can't cross?
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Re: Marouane Chamakh

Postby Briggsy » Mon May 24, 2010 7:37 am

ian.g wrote:Am I the only person thinking that with chamakh playing that eboue will be played as 1st choice rb cus sagna can't cross?


here is a game of noughts and crosses and indeed Sagna cannot cross
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Re: Marouane Chamakh

Postby IMF » Mon May 24, 2010 7:42 am

Chamaaakh
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SPEND SOME WONGA WENGA!!!

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Re: Marouane Chamakh

Postby Briggsy » Mon May 24, 2010 7:44 am

IMF wrote:Chamaaakh



thanks for that I forgot he's name for a second
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