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Almost anyone who's played for Arsenal over the past 15 years.
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Wouldn’t say many arsenal players are universally disliked anyway, why would you say that?
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They're powderpuff. Girly-men. Perennial losers. More worried about their hair and their social media profile than actually winning a trophy. Meet some of their supporters along the Holloway Road to understand what I mean. Dead And this pervades the whole culture of their club. Long may they continue to fail.

Roy Keane would bear me out.


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Seriously Newt, has your account been hacked by a Russian bot?
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Seriously Newt, has your account been hacked by a Russian bot?

No, but if my account had been, I suppose I would claim that.
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Originally posted by NewtNewbie NewtNewbie wrote:

They're powderpuff. Girly-men. Perennial losers. More worried about their hair and their social media profile than actually winning a trophy. Meet some of their supporters along the Holloway Road to understand what I mean. Dead And this pervades the whole culture of their club. Long may they continue to fail.

Roy Keane would bear me out.

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Been there plenty of times myself, would say the United brigade like pogba, Lingard etc. would have been the worst offenders for the social media sh*t. Now that I think of it none of the arsenal players really have a great presence on social media, apart from Bellerin maybe. 
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Originally posted by The White Cafu The White Cafu wrote:

Originally posted by NewtNewbie NewtNewbie wrote:

They're powderpuff. Girly-men. Perennial losers. More worried about their hair and their social media profile than actually winning a trophy. Meet some of their supporters along the Holloway Road to understand what I mean. Dead And this pervades the whole culture of their club. Long may they continue to fail.

Roy Keane would bear me out.

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Been there plenty of times myself, would say the United brigade like pogba, Lingard etc. would have been the worst offenders for the social media sh*t. Now that I think of it none of the arsenal players really have a great presence on social media, apart from Bellerin maybe. 

I'm obviously being tongue in cheek, as I am with many of my posts. But I live nearby, and their supporters are particularly white, particularly middle class and particularly fond of half-and-half scarves. They literally pop into Pret A Manger and the Waitrose deli counter for snacks on their way down to the Emirates rather than buy anything from the hotdog stand outside the ground.

I can't stand them.
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Originally posted by NewtNewbie NewtNewbie wrote:

Originally posted by The White Cafu The White Cafu wrote:

Originally posted by NewtNewbie NewtNewbie wrote:

They're powderpuff. Girly-men. Perennial losers. More worried about their hair and their social media profile than actually winning a trophy. Meet some of their supporters along the Holloway Road to understand what I mean. Dead And this pervades the whole culture of their club. Long may they continue to fail.

Roy Keane would bear me out.

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Been there plenty of times myself, would say the United brigade like pogba, Lingard etc. would have been the worst offenders for the social media sh*t. Now that I think of it none of the arsenal players really have a great presence on social media, apart from Bellerin maybe. 

I'm obviously being tongue in cheek, as I am with many of my posts. But I live nearby, and their supporters are particularly white, particularly middle class and particularly fond of half-and-half scarves. They literally pop into Pret A Manger and the Waitrose deli counter for snacks on their way down to the Emirates rather than buy anything from the hotdog stand outside the ground.

I can't stand them.
Are Spurs and Chelsea, in particular, any different?
Greed has won, big finance has won. Whatever small role elite clubs still play in the local communities from which they grew is dwarfed now by their position as global brands.
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Originally posted by gmfc90 gmfc90 wrote:

Originally posted by The White Cafu The White Cafu wrote:

Originally posted by sid waddell sid waddell wrote:

Adrien Rabiot

Why? Always liked him 


Solid list from reddit https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.reddit.com/r/soccer/comments/a7gyp0/the_reasons_why_rabiot_is_so_hated/#ampf=undefined

What c*nts both he and his mother are LOL 

Blanc should have shown some balls and got rid of him.


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Woke up to this headline on Sky Sports;
"Jesse Lingard says his dance moves inspire kids"

Dead
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Originally posted by The White Cafu The White Cafu wrote:

Woke up to this headline on Sky Sports;
"Jesse Lingard says his dance moves inspire kids"

Dead

Still not as much of a serial dickhead as Joey Barton
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Originally posted by The White Cafu The White Cafu wrote:

Woke up to this headline on Sky Sports;
"Jesse Lingard says his dance moves inspire kids"

Dead

LOL case in point.
As someone else said, STOP BEING SO HAPPY WITH YOURSELF
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Originally posted by The White Cafu The White Cafu wrote:

Woke up to this headline on Sky Sports;
"Jesse Lingard says his dance moves inspire kids"

Dead

The best part of him ran down his mothers leg
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Originally posted by davereilly davereilly wrote:

Originally posted by The White Cafu The White Cafu wrote:

Woke up to this headline on Sky Sports;
"Jesse Lingard says his dance moves inspire kids"

Dead

Still not as much of a serial dickhead as Joey Barton
Sir Joey to you Wink
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Originally posted by The White Cafu The White Cafu wrote:

Woke up to this headline on Sky Sports;
"Jesse Lingard says his dance moves inspire kids"

Dead


Jesse Clap
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Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Originally posted by NewtNewbie NewtNewbie wrote:

Originally posted by The White Cafu The White Cafu wrote:

Originally posted by NewtNewbie NewtNewbie wrote:

They're powderpuff. Girly-men. Perennial losers. More worried about their hair and their social media profile than actually winning a trophy. Meet some of their supporters along the Holloway Road to understand what I mean. Dead And this pervades the whole culture of their club. Long may they continue to fail.

Roy Keane would bear me out.

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Been there plenty of times myself, would say the United brigade like pogba, Lingard etc. would have been the worst offenders for the social media sh*t. Now that I think of it none of the arsenal players really have a great presence on social media, apart from Bellerin maybe. 

I'm obviously being tongue in cheek, as I am with many of my posts. But I live nearby, and their supporters are particularly white, particularly middle class and particularly fond of half-and-half scarves. They literally pop into Pret A Manger and the Waitrose deli counter for snacks on their way down to the Emirates rather than buy anything from the hotdog stand outside the ground.

I can't stand them.
Are Spurs and Chelsea, in particular, any different?
Probably not all that different - supporting a PL club has become very much an elitist pastime - but Arsenal supporters are particularly whiny and entitled. As I say, their fans represent the whole ethos of the club.

Spurs fans are slightly different;  I used to work very close to the ground. They aren't quite the bourgeois twits Arsenal fans are, and don't have anything like the same sense of entitlement. What used to strike me was how white a normally very multiethnic area with a large black population would become on matchdays. And getting home from work was a nightmare.

Chelsea's support is again very similar but contains a thuggish fringe.
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By entitlement do you mean they expect their club to be winning things? If so, then whats the issue?

Arsenal Fan TV is an absolute embarrassment though.
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When I first moved to London I got lucky with a couple of freebies at Arsenal, the atmosphere of self-entitlement was appalling. There would nearly be booing if they weren't winning after twenty minutes. In a way I understand what you are saying Huntacha, that football fans are aware of the financial league table and its correlation to the real league table, add in the price of a season ticket at Ashburton Grove and it is hard to blame them for demanding success, but it is the whiny neediness of the whole thing. It is f**king pathetic.

I think to a lot of football fans, myself included, fans at franchises like Arsenal and Chelsea, don't really understand what being a fan is. I think that is Newbie's point and I can empathise with it.  It was never about just turning up and expecting to be routinely beating everyone, or wanting a manager sacked because of turnover or some other sh*te fans shouldn't care about it. It was supposed to be a social, community outlet for working class people. Win or lose, on the booze. All of that malarkey. Not somewhere to take a client and complain about imperfection.
Most of Arsenal's real fans are watching it on a dodgy box down the Holloway Road, while the lads playing a grand a season will be on the 17.30 to St. Albans.
Greed has won, big finance has won. Whatever small role elite clubs still play in the local communities from which they grew is dwarfed now by their position as global brands.
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